Tag Archives: Kim Kahan

Eventerview: Natural Sciences

We interviewed Natural Sciences label boss, Alex Hall, ahead of his second label night on Friday. He talked us through the lineup, brought up the whole dolphin thing and provided us with this exclusive mix. Who are/is Natural Sciences?  NS is a label run out of my flat in central Manchester.  The idea is to release […]

Manchester listings: September

Zutekh presents Pearson Sound (all night long) 4 Sep | Soup Kitchen | £12.50 It’s been two years since the last time Pearson Sound made the trip up north to do an all-night set at the infamous basement. Last time, he requested all the lights off and the venue near pitch-black, a la most techno […]

Reform Radio: Nextup Throwback

Reform Radio invited us into their station at Old Granada Studios to do a takeover show on the last Tuesday of May. Our editor, Kim and one of the writers, Calum Carey went along to chat and play some tracks. The 3-5pm slot is full of tunes which are great to put on in the […]

Contours chats: drums

Contours impressed us so much with his live drumming at a recent Banana Hill event that we felt compelled to find out more. The obvious enthusiasm with which he plays and the crowd’s ecstatic reaction as he brought out his Egyptian drum in the middle of Thris Trian‘s set helped to make the night one of the […]

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.

News: WHP15

Warehouse Project (WHP) – the all-dominating, commandeering club in Manchester – have announced their line-up for 2015. Nextup Throwback is informed that the falling out between WHP and Victoria Warehouse, where the club has been housed in recent years, means that WHP will probably never be held there again. Negotiations with Mayfield Depot, perfect in terms of its large […]

Feature: ten marvellous things about Gottwood

The lineup was insane, the setting was beautiful, the weather was on point and the atmosphere was magical. Gottwood was almost indescribably good. Before I went, I’d been told tales of how amazing it was, but I didn’t really take anyone seriously. Even if I had, it would’ve still been a surprise. The music was […]