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    The world of electronic music is a volatile one: with a seemingly infinite number of subgenres and sonic permutations, it is subject to constantly evolving tastes and trends. Success and influence are fleeting; musicians are often judged as only as good as their last single, mix or party. One figure to not just survive but thrive on this ephemeral landscape is James Connolly,

  • Danny L Harle

    One afternoon two years ago, Danny L Harle composed a song to play in his DJ set; a huge fan of 1990s dance tracks such as Haddaway's 'What Is Love' and Corona's 'Rhythm Is A Dancer', he wanted a song of his own to play alongside them. The result was 'Broken Flowers': both a paean to the past, and the sound of something modern.

    Now 'Broken Flowers' is reappearing, lightly polished, to

    BiG HEATH Posted by Craig D'Souza 20 Dec, 2017

    BiG HEATH is not only an artist that embraces being different, but also dares you to be different.

    The story of an overweight kid from Cambridge with a stutter and a love for rap music goes back to his birth year of 1995.

    Jump forward to 2017 following some notable live support slots with both Nas and Freddie Gibbs, BiG HEATH arrived with an almighty bang onto the scene wi

  • Sports Team

    "Over the past year, whispers of Sports Team's performances and the absolute imperative of needing to see Rice and his fellow mischief makers in the flesh have spread like a wildfire." - Noisey

    "An intoxicating live prospect" - DIY

    Photo by Louise Mason

  • Cut Chemist

    Life moves in cycles. Every death yields a rebirth. Every rebirth unfolds into a new life. Cut Chemist can attest. On his long-awaited second full-length solo album 'Die Cut', the trailblazing DJ and producer underwent a creative birth reflected in its 17 tracks. The artist augments his signature approach famously earmarked by impeccable sample selection, searing scratching, and

  • Ramz
    Ramz Posted by Craig D'Souza 18 Dec, 2017

    Ramone Rochester, otherwise known as his stage name Ramz is a UK rapper and singer from South London. Having only begun his musical journey earlier this year, at the age of 20, Ramz has embraced all genre's of music soaking up the culture and what's currently happening within the UK Rap scene. He explains on 'Barking' "I like to make music that reflects how I feel in that particula

  • Todd Edwards
    Todd Edwards Posted by Nick Reddick 18 Dec, 2017

    Todd Edwards is a Grammy Award winning, pioneering producer with a highly impressive music career spanning over two decades. Some of Edwards most acclaimed work is with Daft Punk who he co-produced, co-wrote, and performed vocals for on their song 'Face to Face' from the album 'Discovery'. The song reached #1 on the Billboard Club chart in 2004. Edwards worked again with Daft Punk

  • Malaa
    Malaa Posted by Paul McQueen 15 Dec, 2017
  • Tchami
    Tchami Posted by Paul McQueen 15 Dec, 2017
  • Jafaris
    Jafaris Posted by Craig D'Souza 13 Dec, 2017

    The hard-grafting, multi-talented Jafaris can not only claim to be one of Ireland's foremost players in Hip Hop but can also declare bragging rights for being cast as Ngig in the Grammy-nominated Irish film, 'Sing Street'. Joining the Diffusion Lab crew in 2016, Jafaris has had an immense amount of success with his single 'Love Dies' and the following 'Velvet Cake' EP. Then to the c

  • Kawala
    Kawala Posted by Matt Bates 12 Dec, 2017

    KAWALA started their artistic journey as a duo while studying in Leeds, comprised of Jim Higson on vocals and Daniel McCarthy on acoustic guitar/vocals, they quickly realised that this was the path they were supposed to be following and they returned to their hometown of London to complete the line up of the band adding Reeve Coulson on bass, Dan Lee on electric guitar and Ben

  • The KVB
    The KVB Posted by Steve Backman 08 Dec, 2017

    Blending reverb-soaked shoegaze with minimalist electronic production, The KVB's music reflected Nicholas Wood and Kat Day's mastery of atmosphere even as their sound evolved over the course of the 2010s.
    Early releases such as 2012's debut album, 'Always Then', dealt in brittle beats and sonic blasts that evoked Cabaret Voltaire and the Jesus and Mary Chain in equal measure, but t

  • Rocks FOE
    Rocks FOE Posted by Serena Parsons 06 Dec, 2017

    Rocks FOE returns to Black Acre with new, eight-track project 'Fight The Good? Fight' - a dark and conceptual record built around the notion of, according to Rocks himself, "everything being an internal and external battle".

    A powerful lyricist and complex story-teller, Rocks' sound combines hyper-fierce spitting with his own abstract beat sketches. Having released his impressive

  • Slander
    Slander Posted by Paul McQueen 05 Dec, 2017

    Though Derek and Scott have been perfecting their craft since 2010, Slander has entered the dance music scene with the feel of an overnight success story. Veteran DJs and skilled producers, Slander has crafted their own genre dubbed "Heaven Trap" with a devout following.

    Despite their rapid rise, they are no stranger to the industry's top producers, including Skrillex, DJ Snake,

  • Vundabar
    Vundabar Posted by Matt Pickering-Copley 02 Dec, 2017

    From 2014 to 2017 Vundabar's Brandon Hagen cared for a loved one that had fallen into a debilitating state of mental and physical decline. For four years his sickness and the eventual loss that followed became the focal point of Hagen's life as well as his family's. It was the bell jar under which they lived. Hagen was fractured into two selves; one, largely insular, racked by gr