As new corporate representatives join the board, some fans and industry folk wonder what this means for the festival's independent spirit.
̸Mon, 26 Sep 2022
Running across four evenings in October and November, Producer Pioneers will feature talks with Honey Dijon, Flava D, Emma-Jean Thackray and Lucinda Chua. Described as a "custom sample mashing app," the project was first conceived around 20 years ago.
̸Sat, 24 Sep 2022
The American saxophonist passed away peacefully in Los Angeles earlier this morning. The São Paulo DJ doles out mutant dancehall and reggaeton.
̸Fri, 23 Sep 2022
Months after being sentenced to death in the so-called Donetsk People's Republic, the marine was seen leaving a plane in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, earlier this week. The Energy Bill Relief Scheme, which will cost £60 billion, was confirmed in today's mini-budget. Aurora Halal, Cooly G, James Holden, Space Afrika and others will play the London club in November. It's their first collaboration since their 2019 debut.
̸Thu, 22 Sep 2022
The nine-track ambient album is out October 14th. Created by Mavin Khoo with choreographers Joy Alpuerto Ritter and Akram Khan, the performance will preview this September 23rd and 24th at London's Cannon Factory. Beginning on November 12th, the series will include Paramida, Octo Octa and Angel D'lite. We spoke to owners, DJs, promoters and door personnel about the changing tides of club culture, nightlife safety and whether venues should tighten the rope.
̸Wed, 21 Sep 2022
It's out October 21st through Local Action. The mix is inspired by the late, legendary film director Jean-Luc Godard. Accompanied by a new live audiovisual project, Plasma arrives November 11th on Stroboscopic Artefacts. RA will return to host a party on the Saturday, this time with Jossy Mitsu, Kohra and Sunju Hargun. The Scottish artist passed away yesterday, his family confirmed on Facebook.
̸Tue, 20 Sep 2022
"The escalation of conflict on the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan came as a shock to us," said the festival. Zora Jones, Tristan Arp, Loraine James and more will play the Mexico City festival.