How Optimo’s JD Twitch Shaped the ‘Beats’ 90s Rave Soundtrack
JD’s musical choices bring back to a life a time in Scotland when police tried to kill rave culture, and helped galvanise a scene instead.
Legendary Electronic Duo Yello Talk Us Through Their 10 Favourite Madcap Geniuses
Ahead of a show at Ministry of Sound this week, the Swis double act get all weird on us.
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Optimo's JD Twitch Has Remixed Jagwar Ma's New Single and it Sounds Like Driving Down the Motorway on Acid
The remix comes ahead of the Australian band's second album which will be released this fall.
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Seven Hard and Fast Heaters We've Been Burning Out This Week
Featuring Teki Latex, John Talabot, Girl Unit and Inkke.
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Optimo's Manzana Kicks Remix is a Rattling and Rumbling Roller
The record's been bigged up by everyone from Tim Sweeney to Dixon, Mister Saturday Night to Medlar.
Optimo's JD Twitch on Nihilism, Hedonism, and Bargain Bins
“You could get these records very easily back then mainly because no one wanted to buy them!”
JD Twitch's New 'So Low' Mix is a Creeping, Crawling, Late Night Masterpiece
The Optimo DJ's industrial, cold wave, and 80s synth mix drops on Vinyl Factory later this month — check out the mini mix now.
Listen to an Hour Long Bowie Mix Made by Optimo's JD Twitch
"Unable to do anything else today, I did this. One hour of Bowie songs I have played in discotheques over the years."
Eclair Fifi and Optimo Head Up a Stellar Schedule for NTS in 2016
The Dalston based station is setting up for its biggest year yet.
10 Parties Around the World That Best Embody the Spirit of Halloween
From a musty techno basement in Brooklyn to a Japanese funhouse with clown face pole dancers, these are the parties that will leave you wishing that everyday was Halloween.
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Celebrating Fabric's Super Sweet 16 Best Mixes Ever
We run through the London institutions' sixteen finest moments committed to CD.
Will All This Bad EDM Be A Good Thing For Dance Culture?
We asked DJ Sprinkles, The Black Madonna, Ben Klock, A-Trak and more to weigh in on the gateway drug music theory.