We speak to Steve Aoki, and other musicians and promoters from the time, about how nu rave pretty much gave America pop-dance music.
To mark the 10th anniversary of ‘Myths of the Near Future’, we revisited the scene that had you wearing neon skinny jeans and doing bumps of ket and glitter in the club.
Now making music under the solo guise Shock Machine, James Righton is back with a track that perfectly embodies feeling like an outsider.
The former keyboardist and singer of the band gives us a taste of what's to come with his new self-titled track.
It was once called "a piss-poor youthquake that will soon go out of fashion," but new rave set a precedent for everything that's going on right now.
There's really no way to get around the fact that VICE is—or at least was and probably still is, depending on who's asking—definitely, probably, at least a little bit totally hipster.
Former Late of the Pier singer explores the outer regions of intergalactic, underwater odd-pop with his fantastic debut LP.
If the Flaming Lips, Miguel, and Spank Rock don't even make the cut, the ones who do are probably pretty special.
Guitars, keyboards, amps, microphones, lights and wiring will all come from a 3D printer.
A THUMP film about one of UK's most legendary club nights.
Remember when Ronnie Wood tried, and failed, to chirpse American Beauty star Thora Birch? Ali G performing with Shaggy? Cat Deeley riding a champagne bottle?