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Part one of a two-part series on KALLIDA Festival, by Ben Broughton. I think I can say with fair certainty—it’s been a pretty shit summer hasn’t it. So imagine my sense of vindication, when, as I awoke last Saturday morning in a field in North Devon and heard the...

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INTERVIEW: African Head Charge

African Head Charge has had an expansive career over four decades. Thankfully for us, they haven’t stopped yet. After a twelve year hiatus, founding member Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah, alongside close friend Adrian Sherwood, has returned to On-U Sounds for their latest album...

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This feature is the second piece of our Grassroots is Greener series - which looks at the health and sustainability of the small, independent, dance music festival scene, and talks to the punters and organisers that make it possible. At the beginning of summer, in a...

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LONG READ: So Many Words

Photo: Tessa De Jong “Alright?”“Yeah, not bad. You alright?”“Yeah, not bad. All good?” “Yeah, good good.”“Nice. Good stuff.” Believe it or not, English has a deep lexicon. This means our official word count is somewhere between 171,000 to 580,000 (around 5th highest)....

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INTERVIEW: Andrømeda

@medallionmanmusic fired some questions over to the Fold & Threads resident, whose perpetual taste for invigorating dancefloors with exhilarating rave music has seen her gigs and musical activity continue to grow across Europe. -- Klaudia, you've now been hosting your...

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REVIEW: Primavera Sound 2023

Primavera is a serious festival. It has evolved over two decades to become a defining weekend in many peoples’ summers - with festivals being held in Spain, Portugal, and more recently South America. It is a barometer of public opinion - highlighting what styles and...

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INTERVIEW: Phantom Limb

Following a series of broadcasts on Threads as part of their 5th Anniversary, Dom Alston chatted to the founder of Phantom limb, James Vella; founder of the record label, distributor & publisher promoting cutting edge ‘weird jams’. What was the motivation for starting...

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The Doldrums by [placeholder]

Inspired by a piece of ambient acclaimed video game music, the fouth installment of our critical writing series is a thought-provokingly nostalgic reminiscence of childhood (and thus a refusal to forget) against the hurried time and fetishisation of productivity...

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On Friday, we had the pleasure of collaborating with UN7TSEVEN, at their Blackhorse Lane unit, on a night of music and A/V installations. Thanks to all who came down and supported. Tonight, the full immersive installation, DIRE ATHANASIA, opens to the general public...

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