DJ duo Craig Handfield and Brandon Weems share a mission of unifying young Black music lovers through dance music. But being so deeply rooted in old-school New York house means they are their own blueprint for pushing this sound to their generation.
Following billion euro revitalisation efforts, the multicultural city has become an attractive hub for investors. But unlike its crowded local beaches, Marseille's electronic underground remains relatively untouched.
A wave of young collectives are laying claim to dance floors across Vietnam's largest metropolis. Bound together by a shared desire to promote local music, they're paving the way for a new era of underground sounds.
Kiana Mickles speaks to the Detroit techno legend about the intricacies of live improvisation, the artistic value in making mistakes and continuing Tony Allen's legacy with his ensemble, Tomorrow Comes The Harvest.
Draconian licensing laws have prevented Irish nightlife from reaching its full potential. Cautious optimism arose last winter when lawmakers promised to overhaul the antiquated system, but is this enough to bolster the local scene?
DJ Screw's slow, psychedelic DJ and production style has majorly influenced electronic music, R&B and pop. Houston-based artist Rabit and author Lance Scott Walker trace the roots of this pervasive sound.
With clubs located in subterranean basements and railroad archways, Glasgow's "late-night offerings are as varied as they are electrifying." The first chapter of Out of Space explores how the city’s manufacturing history formed the bedrock of its robust electronic music scene.