Continuing their celebrations as part of Freshers Week, LUU will be hosting a night market, complete with street food, cocktails, craft beer, art, and music
“I use my autism to make my corner of the world a bit nicer.” Alex Gibbon caught up with lovely local legend Dman to discuss accessibility in nightlife for Disability History Month.
Ollie Howitt reviews Assurance, Juba’s documentary on female DJs in Lagos.
DJ Sho, a Lagos born and London bred Student & Afrobeats DJ, discusses the rise of the genre in the UK with our writer Delphie Bond. Arriving in Peckham in the early 2000’s (pre-gentrification; beardy […]
Hailing from Berlin, Objekt’s avant-garde blend of crushing dubstep and sinister techno has been making waves since 2011, when (real name) TJ Hertz released ‘Objekt EP1’, but tomorrow night he will be heading a mouth-watering […]
Chesca Henderson-Cox made her way down to Wire on the 28/09/2019 to fall under Call Super’s sonic spell as her took over the packed out venue. Pumping tunes beckoned me onto the dance floor, red […]
In the midst of his Fresher’s Week tour, we caught up with legendary radio DJ Charlie Sloth.
Stepping up to the decks with a saxophone in hand, DJ Hannah-Mae Birtwell is an exciting presence on the Leeds music scene. We asked her about what its like as a female DJ and her […]
As part of LGBTQ+ History Month, Rosabella Allen caught up with two DJs involved in Equaliser, a collective of female, transgender and non-binary artists based in Leeds. Carlos, a sound designer and resident at Brudenell […]
Maybe Uni and DJ’ing do go together after all….
Takuya Matsumoto – Vanishing in the Sand Described as ‘the elusive Japanese groove king’, Takuya Matsumoto’s releases are few and far between, but absolutely worth the wait. Matsumoto had a new EP, ‘Assembly’ released on October […]
A couple of weeks ago, the internet boiled over with fury at the release of the full Reading & Leeds lineup. Some genius with a rubber attacked the lineup poster to uncover the deep-rooted misogyny […]