Burial's 'Untrue' Is a Mystery That Was Never Meant to Be Solved
10 years after its release, many have attempted to bottle the nocturnal magic of the enigmatic producer's second album. So far, nobody has.
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.
Listen to Jubilee and Gaika Discuss the Manchester Attacks and Traveling the World
The latest episode of The Pre-Game podcast also includes an exclusive DJ set from the Brixton-bred artist.
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.
How the ‘Skins’ Soundtrack Captured Youth Culture in the 2000s
Ten years since its debut, the show's pairing of hedonism and catharsis with both new music and classics still stands.
We Discussed the Future of British Nightlife With Dubstep Pioneer Mala
Read out interview with the man himself, and listen back to sets from him and Silkie at our recent Bussey Building takeover.
This Song Is Called "John Cage's 4'33" with a Huge Shitty Drop at the End” and That’s What It Is
Why would we ever lie to you?
thump exclusive mix
Listen to an Exclusive Mix by the One and Only Skream
To celebrate the release of a new 12" on Crosstown Rebels, Oliver Jones has put together this flawless hour of trippy tech-house for your listening pleasure.
The Story of How China's Second City Became a Hotbed for Soundsystem Culture
For a fundamentally international city like Shanghai, reggae and dub music has taken a long time to find a place—but thanks to a handful of leading lights, it's beginning to make itself at home.
Barclay Bram Shoemaker
We Caught Up With Skream to Talk Fabric, Mental Health, and Ten Years Since His Debut Album
In the decade since his debut release, Oliver Jones has proven himself one of the hardest working DJs in the world.
Dance Music 101: An Online Reading Course
Brush up on your knowledge of the major electronic genres.