Superfood's "Unstoppable" Is the Soundtrack to Your Next Messy Night
This dub-sampling indie ripper is an ode to the anticipation before the party.
Can Dubstep’s Legacy Be Rescued from the Fart Chamber of History?
Looking back at three seminal compilations, it's possible to imagine a world where the genre stuck to its roots and avoided the bros.
A Dance Duo Twirls, Twerks, and Dabs Inside Body Bags
Francois Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea push their bodies’ limits by dancing in plastic.
Submerge Yourself in Adrian Sherwood and Pinch's Ten-Ton-Heavy Guest Mix
The deadly duo have turned in a stonking set of fractured industrial, parched dub, and deep-space grime.
Adrian Sherwood on the Record that Introduced Him to Drum Machines and Why He Thinks Grime Rocks
In the next installment of Diggin, British Dub-legend Adrian Sherwood reminisces on the pioneering single from his industrial hip-hop group Tackhead.
Meet the Illustrator Behind The Cover of the 1982 Dub Reggae Classic ‘Scientist Wins the World Cup’
Jamaica didn’t qualify for the 1982 FIFA World Cup but Tony McDermott’s cover suggests otherwise.
Listen to the Pet Shop Boys' Deep Dub Remix of "The Pop Kids"
Thirty years down the line and the English electronic legends return with their thirteenth album and this coming of age banger.
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A Body Presumed to be DJ Derek Has Been Found Just Outside Bristol
The DJ was reported missing in July of last year by his niece.
Schlachthofbronx's New Sound System Will Give You Blurred Vision
The Munich bass duo introduce their custom speakers and event series.
Retracing the Roots of British Sound System Culture
We spoke to reggae historian John Masouri ahead of a new photo exhibition looking back on ska, dub, calypso, and dancehall sound systems in the UK.
Lee "Scratch" Perry's Studio Just Burned Down… Again
His studio in Switzerland was destroyed this week, nearly forty years after his original Black Ark studio in Jamaica burned to the ground.
Enter a Fluid Cosmos of Synesthesia & Dub Techno
Enlighten your afternoon with an hour of swirling footage by PUPIL Visuals set to Dave Marian's subterranean techno.