Arnaud Bernard’s Chinoiseries album ensured his stage name, ONRA, was etched into the history books forever. Receiving many an accolade, the French beatmaker, naturally alongside his trusty MPC, is soon to return with Chinoiseries Pt. 3, the anticipated finale to the trilogy that has garnered such positive reviews. Looking deeper though, I was keen to discuss ONRA’s story, what Chinoiseries means for him and discover what he thinks of the current state of music.
I went down to Leefest (you know that festival from that Android advert?) the other week, not really knowing many of the bands playing, but still hyped as it had pretty complimentary reviews from previous years. Then, days before heading down I saw Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes were announced as
A couple of weekends ago, thousands descended on Birmingham’s Digbeth Triangle for the 3rd edition of MADE Birmingham. The award nominated event series ran from Friday to Sunday with an eclectic mix of music and food programming, bringing the likes of Rudimental, Stormzy, Kano, Andy C, Shy FX
With close to nine years regular rotation on Rinse FM, a regular show on NTS and being one of the most eclectic, accomplished DJ’s of our time Alex Rogers, known to most as Alexander Nut, is no stranger to a busy schedule. However, sitting down with the Eglo Records co-founder ahead of his set at
Our intrepid reporter Marcel stepped into the world of Danish techno, DIY sound systems and sleepless nights at Roskilde Festival.
In every important cultural moment, there are always a number of different players. At the centre, you have the actors, the people creating and pushing the movement. Close by, you have the facilitators, who create the platforms, channels and pathways through which those actors can hone their craft.
Ahead of their appearance at Hideout Festival this summer and following their incredible set b2b with Oneman on our Outlook Boat Party last summer, we sat down with Bristol duo My Nu Leng to talk festivals, their curated series of parties and the Bristol scene that birthed them. So you guys have had
Melé is my favorite DJ. In all my years I’ve never seen anyone as dexterous as him behind the decks, not since Mark Ronson, who can play across such a wide genre base, pull out forgotten classics and keep it as tight and inclusive as Melé does. He’s always been this way too; we first met in
Not sure if you got the memo but the past year or so has been a really good period for ~Grime Music~. Mainstream success on a global scale, led by Joseph Adenuga & co, has meant that the first 7 notes of Shutdown/That’s Not Me are on the verge of becoming a 7 Nation Army-esque football chant
At the start of 2015 Outlook Festival invited us to throw a boat party at their festival in Croatia and clearly this wasn’t something we were going to refuse. We decided if we were going to do it then we should do it properly, our parties in London always go off so there was no reason a boat
Before you read this interview, I implore you to at least skip through Elijah’s Rhythm and Cash podcast with Plastician, it pre-dates this interview and for context I feel it’s important to take it in and really understand where Plastician comes from and his views on the challenges he faces and
Legendary producer Just Blaze tells us about his sampling process, life on the road and the debate about hardware and software.
Having fully established himself in the UK, Oneman has recently been making the rounds elsewhere with a tour of Australia and New Zealand under his belt as well as multiple gigs across Asia - we caught up to find out what's been going on.
We catch up with the trailblazing producer, dubstep nurturer and Magnetic Man member, ‘Artwork’.
TCTS slayed our launch party and has stayed on our radar until the time has been right to see what he's up to and introduce him properly to you guys.
Breaks caught up with Radio 1's Monki backstage at the final Annie Mac Presents concert of the year in Brixton, as she was opening up the main room and talked about everything she has accomplished this year, to her plans for 2015 and beyond.
Sitting comfortably in the pantheon of Detroit’s electronic music behemoths, Carl Craig’s distinct brand of atmospheric, raw techno has been hitting dance floors across the world for nearly three decades.
When Jameson Whisky approached the band Wild Beasts with an open brief of a creative project to work on under the Jameson Works banner, the band seemed to know exactly what they wanted to do; link up with French designer Mattis Dovier to work on something around ‘story-telling’. The
A recent criticism of the internet is that it gives everyone a voice, for better or for worse. For music producers, this means that it’s not only much more accessible to find and hear music, it’s also much easier to get your music out there to willing listeners, with many artists on the