SHERELLE has announced a fabric presents compilation and mix.
The London DJ/producer, BEAUTIFUL label boss and Hooversound Records co-founder, who won last year's DJ Mag Future Star award, will join the likes of Bonobo, The Martinez Brothers and Octo Octa & Eris Drew in the fabric presents series later this year.
SHERELLE’S BEAUTIFUL label has announced its debut compilation, 'BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS: BEAUTIFUL VOL.1', which will arrive 31st August on digital formats.
SHERELLE is the latest artist in the return of our How I DJ series, powered by Pioneer DJ. In this episode, SHERELLE shares DJ tips and techniques including how to DJ with FX, playlisting in Rekordbox and using hot cues.
Our new series of How I DJ explores the unique styles of different artists, as they demonstrate their skills and techniques. With breakdowns of different ways to use a variety of DJ tech, artists give us an insight into their unique approach to DJing.
Unsound has shared the first program announcement for this year's festival.
The line-up for this year's Homobloc festival has been announced.
Lead photo credit: Hannah Metcalfe
Jaguar is launching a new dance music podcast, 'UTOPIA Talks'.
SHERELLE has revealed full details of her production debut, a two-track EP titled '160 Down The A406'.
Having built a reputation in recent years for her footwork and juke-focused DJ sets of 160BPM club music, the release of '160 Down The A406' – which features the title track and another cut called 'Rhythm Love (Feel It) – marks the first time SHERELLE has shared her own music.
SHERELLE has launched a new label platform for Black and LGBTQI+ artists.
London-based DJ and Hooversound label boss SHERELLE has announced her latest project BEAUTIFUL: a platform designed to cultivate new music and scenes within the Black and LGBTQI+ music community.
A new documentary on the history of the UK rave is set to be released this month.
Directed by MOBO-nominated Hugo Jenkins, Better Days: The Story of UK Rave will be available through Amazon Music's streaming service from 28th May, and will explore 30 years of raving in Britain, spanning the late-80s Second Summer of Love through to concerns surrounding illegal gatherings during the pandemic, and questions about the future of the scene.