Since 2006 Douglas Appling, better know as Emancipator, has been quietly cementing his place in the underground electronic music scene. A sleeping giant of the scene, his critically acclaimed debut record ‘Soon It Will Be Cold Enough’ was self-produced, and self-released, and marked Emancipator on the map showing off his
The end of festival season 2018 is sadly upon us. I think we can all agree it has been one to remember; we’ve partied hard in the unpredictable British weather, seen too many quality acts to list and made enough memories to keep us just about ticking until next summer…
Originally from Australia, but now based in Berlin, indie group Parcels have already made a name for themselves in Europe with their debut singles. The band’s debut long-playing record is set to be released in a couple of months with UK tour dates also planned. The group’s disco and soul-influenced
2018 marked the second year that Bestival has spent at its new home at Lulworth Castle in Dorset. This year also saw the festival move dates for the first time in its history, from the second weekend in September, to the weekend after the festival’s family-friendly sister event Camp Bestival.
Arguably one of the UK’s best electronic music producers at the moment, Hertfordshire duo Maribou State have announced their second studio album, ‘Kingdoms In Colour’, which is set for release in early September. The pair made a name for themselves in the underground dance music scene with their 2o15 debut
London based Superorganism have spent most of 2018 exploding into the indie spotlight with their hit single ‘Everybody Wants to Be Famous’, gaining them a lot of radio time nationwide, although the track didn’t chart in the UK. The eight-piece group released their debut self-titled record in March which peaked