UK garage's schism in the early 2000s forced a generation to adapt, but the scene is bubbling with fresh optimism. Gabriel Szatan spends a year inside the UKG community to find out if the momentum can last. When this album was first released 20 years ago, it was ahead of the pack. It still is today. After a breakthrough in 2013, Christelle Gualdi's life collapsed. Six years on, her house of cards is nearly rebuilt. A disappointing collection of reheated ideas from the Rephlex artist. Gabriel Szatan celebrates the trailblazing trio on the 40th anniversary of their breakout LP. Through 20 years of hard graft, Belgrade's foremost music journalist became Serbia's breakout DJ. Tijana T tells Gabriel Szatan how she made her transition. Gabriel Szatan reflects on the legacy of Philippe Zdar, who died this week aged 52. An ambitious yet cohesive full-length from the Brainfeeder boss. Mellow soul, jazz and a reggae cover of Pink Floyd. How the optimistic sounds of bubblegum, Afrosynth and kwaito helped inspire resistance to repression. The Swedish pop star delivers one hell of a show at Alexandra Palace. To celebrate her party's third birthday, Moxie goes back-to-back-to-back with Peach, Saoirse and Shanti Celeste. The genre-bending showman talks to Gabriel Szatan about finding room on techno dance floors for Missy Elliott and Mario soundtracks.
An exceptional overview of '80s Japanese ambient and environmental music. Spacey pads, breakbeats and plenty of feeling. Not even a devastating storm could stop this from being another fantastic five days in Croatia. Karenn's Arthur Cayzer turns to ambient on his fine debut album. One of the scene's favourite party starters discusses his journey through DJing.