Tag Archives: Electronica

Interview: Soom T (November 2016)

Interview: Soom T (November 2016)

Highlight of the 2016 edition of the London International Arts Festival (LIAF), and one of the most popular and expressive MCs of the UK music scene, Soom T recently brought her urban sound, provocative lyrics, resolute character and Indian background to London’s Rich Mix, for an incendiary gig. We had...
Preview: Sónar Reykjavík [Reykjavík, Iceland – 16th to 18th February]

Preview: Sónar Reykjavík [Reykjavík, Iceland – 16th to 18th February]

Born in 1994 in Barcelona, Sónar is the ‘International Festival of Advanced Music and Congress of Technology and Creativity’, an internationally renowned festival leader in the electronic music landscape. In the last decade, it has stretched out its arms to a number of cities all over the world, organizing events...
Preview: Bostich + Fussible @ Rich Mix (London, 10th February 2017)

Preview: Bostich + Fussible @ Rich Mix (London, 10th February 2017)

They might be half of the renowned Mexican project Nortec Collective, but when Bostich and Fussible are on stage and behind the decks together, you’ll hardly notice any difference. Head down to Rich Mix on Friday and thanks to ¡COMO NO!, you’ll experience it with your own eyes and feet:...
Preview: Mogadisco @ The Yard (London, 3rd February 2017)

Preview: Mogadisco @ The Yard (London, 3rd February 2017)

On Friday 3rd February, the four musical collectors behind Mogadisco return to The Yard in Hackney Wick for their first party of the year – and the first in a series of events that will take place around London in the upcoming months. Since 2012, the collective has brought its...
Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.26 – DJ Khalab – William Onyeabor Tribute Mix

Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.26 – DJ Khalab – William Onyeabor Tribute Mix

This is not just an exclusive mix by DJ Khalab, it is also a heartfelt tribute to one of the most brilliant, unpredictable and significant figures of West African music: William Onyeabor. “We have lost one of the grooviest psychedelic masters of African music In his Nigerian hometown, they were calling him ‘The Chief’....
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