Five Super Obscure Disco Records Made Expensive by Big Name DJs
Caribou drops a James Brown edit in his Essential Mix and all of a sudden you're remortgaging the house.
How the Private Party Scene Is Democratizing the Dancefloor in Beirut
The nightlife scene has become a powerful lobby of liberal young Lebanese born after the country's devastating civil war.
How Cosmic Disco Legend Lindstrøm Learned to Love Music Again
We spoke to the Norwegian producer ahead of the release of a brand new EP.
A Brief History of the Very First British House Record
How the 'Lion King' soundtrack composer, a Coronation Street writer, and a Northern Soul legend created the first UK house record.
"Comments Off": How Livity Sound Removed Genre From the Equation
In conversation with the Bristol label who have quietly fostered their own distinct strain of UK dance music.
How This London Venue Brought Club Culture to the UK
Soho, Studio 54, Madonna, and the Wag.
I Went to a 7AM Coffee Rave in England and It Was as Terrible as It Sounds
Espresso shots, Hawaiian shirts and existential dread at Bristol's sober school-run rave.
Inside London's Premiere Fetish Club
Celebrating 25 years of leather and pleasure at Torture Garden.
Remembering Jamster Ringtones, the Original Digital Music Revolution
Before Spotify and smartphones, we were one nation under a polyphonic groove.
How One Floppy Disk Turned an 18 Year Old From Devon Into a Video-Game Soundtrack Superstar
Despite failing his music O Level, Allister Brimble became one of the UK's most successful 8-bit producers.
We Went Post-Revolution Raving in Kiev's Industrial Wastelands
In the wake of 2013's Euromaidan protests, the youth of Ukraine are rebuilding their home through techno.
Is 'The Best Dance Album in the World Ever' Actually the Best Dance Album in the World Ever?
We reviewed all forty tracks of the greatest dance compilation of all time...ever!