Category Interview

Manchester mixes: Stone City

We spoke to Andrew, founder of DnB night 45 filters, about his new club night, Stone City, which launches on Friday with The Bug and Flowdan at Antwerp Mansion and how to control branching out from one club night to another. His first musical passion was Pendulum when he was about 14, which introduced him to the world […]

Interview: Adventures in Lo-Fi – The Cyclist

Young Derry producer, Andrew Morrison aka The Cyclist, is a rising star in a movement of lo-fi tape distorted house and techno.  Signed to Stones Throw with a new EP coming out on LA’s cult 100% Silk, Morrison’s melodic take on a genre that he’s labelled ‘tape throb’ is in increasing demand.  Jack Carolan caught up […]

Nextups and throwbacks: Inside Out

Ten influential tracks from Inside Out, featuring a plethora of genres and artists inc. Nohelani Cypriano, Michael Henderson & Begin.

Interview: Soichi Terada (Far East Recording)

Before he created the renowned Ape Escape soundtrack, Soichi Terada 寺田創一 was making dance music. We spoke about jungle, production techniques and Japanese clubbing.

Interview: So Flute

So Flute is one of the few nights which is renowned amongst students and locals alike for good times and great tunes, drawn from a plethora of the residents’ knowledge and the occasional guest. Previous guests have included Andrew Ashong, Gilles Peterson and DJ Des Andres. The first party was held at the Roadhouse and continued to held […]

Nextups and Throwbacks: So Flute

So Flute move to their new home The Ruby Lounge this weekend, after their residency at the Roadhouse came to an end in May. We spoke to Yadava about the old songs which defined the Roadhouse era and the new songs which will be heard at The Ruby Lounge… Tell us your top five throwbacks – tracks […]

Interview: Mala

Ten years ago, Mala (AKA Mark Lawrence) set up legendary dubstep label DMZ, a moniker of his production outfit Digital Mystikz with his high-school friend Coki, alongside Loefah (known widely for bass label Swamp81) and Sgt. Pokes. It happened by accident, as Big Apple Records shut down just after Digital Mystikz’s first release on the label and their first club night […]