More than 80 artists have been confirmed for the 2018 instalment of American electronic and hip-hop festival HARD Summer, which takes place between 4th and 5th August at The Speedway in Fontana in Southern California.
Skrillex has once again enlisted the vocal and songwriting talents of American hip-hop artist Sirah for a new single. ‘Deadbeat’ follows early Skrillex and Sirah successes ‘Bangarang’ and ‘Kyoto’.
Sinistarr teams up with fellow Motor City talent Detroit's Filthiest for new track 'Yo Speakerz', forthcoming on Leipzig's Defrostatica Records.
Also featuring work from Kiat, Kabuki and Homesick, the label's new 'Rogue Style 1' EP charges each artist with celebrating b-boy culture, creating cross-pollinations of drum & bass, juke and hip-hop.
Letherette return with their latest effort 'EP3', and we've pinched effortlessly funky track 'Sweeter' for an exclusive premiere.
The duo — formed of Andrew Harber and Richard Roberts — originally released 'EP1' and 'EP2' via Alexander Nut's Ho-Tep Records, but are using the third instalment to launch their brand new label Wulf Records.
Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas joined a host of top talent and seafaring ravers aboard Holy Ship! back in January, going back-to-back for a 90-minute set, which you can now listen to online!
The Aussies, who previously worked together in trio Hoops — along with Bad Ezzy — dropped an energetic blend of hip-hop, dancehall, trap and grime.
Lunoe and Las Vegas will team up once again next month when they join Diplo on his Australian tour. Tickets are on sale here and you can check out the duo's full mix below.
The KLF — otherwise known as The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu — have officially confirmed they will return this year following a 23-year hiatus.
Following a mysterious video earlier this week, which sparked rumours of the anarchistic outfit's comeback — a photo of a poster announcing the duo will release new music on 23rd August 2017 has been shared.
The news was revealed by Eastfolk Chronicle editor, Cally Callomon, who just happens to be KLF-member Bill Drummond's manager, and apparently found it whilst rambling about Hackney.
The KLF have shared a new video which suggests the anarchic duo may return at some point this year.
Built from chopped up pop culture imagery, the 46-minute clip was first shown in 2015 at a special KLF event in Bristol.
Titled, KLF 01 01 2017 WTF FOUND VHS, the film is accompanied by a cryptic message, referencing various points in the outfit's history, including their infamous 1994 stunt, in which they burnt £1 million.
Deadmau5's new album may only be just over a week away, but that's not going to stop the Canadian superstar from sharing some even fresher material (especially considering he apparently hates his upcoming 'W:/2016ALBUM/' LP).
In a rare, but not unheard of, move, Joel Zimmerman has been on a hip-hop tip, cooking up the crunchy, street-ready 'Okay' with Manchester rapper Shotty Horroh.
Following the release of his fifth album 'The Mountain Will Fall' last month, DJ Shadow has recorded a new BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix.
According to Tweets from Shadow himself, the two-hour mix – his first for the station since 2003 – was recorded in two parts. The first hour, put together back in April, focuses on "New beats, new ideas. Lots of Cali stuff," whilst the second half features "Music very dear to my heart that is heretofore unknown. Definitely one for the hip-hop fanatics."