Ollie Judge and Louis Borlase talk to Liam Cattermole about Nicholas Cage, being blinded by lasers and their wonderfully anarchic debut album Bright Green Field.
Liam Catterhole talks us through his thoughts on Slowthai’s latest, Tyron, an album of two very revealing halves.
All the acts the Music and Clubs editors think you should be keeping a firm eye on over the coming annum.
Liam Cattermole reviews anonymous music collective SAULT’s new album, Untitled (Rise).
Stepping behind the 1s and 2s for a DJ masterclass, Skeptical provided Wire with an undeniable selection of drum and bass. Friday proved that Exit Records is one of the finest imprints going in U.K. […]
Jake Williams brought his self-built modular synthesiser down to Belgrave on Saturday night, in celebration of Balter Records first birthday. Rex The Dog is a maverick. As he masterfully manufactures idiosyncratic sonics through his beloved […]
Brothers Tom and Ed Russell, or Truss and Tessela if you look at their respective artist aliases, have been composing intergalactic breakbeat bangers for sometime. Tessela’s ’Hackney Parrot’ encapsulates every exciting element of electronic music: […]
Trading 6 hour stints in the library for a boogie in Wire will have felt phenomenal for any student who had to endure the exam period. For many, Thursday night was the first off from […]
Swedish selector DJ Seinfeld span a trancy set for the folk of Wire, before his upcoming performance at Manchester’s Warehouse Project. Arman Jakobsson is a man with many names. If he isn’t producing music under […]
Every year thousands of Odd Future fanatics flock to Dodger Stadium for Tyler, The Creator’s annual, self-curated festival ‘Camp Flog Gnaw’. Since its origins 7 years ago, where attendees watched OF in the parking lot […]
3 of Britain’s best DJ acts came together for a night of relentless sweat inducing bangers – hosted by 23 degrees and hot plate land. Wire’s well known for hosting some of the best multi-genre […]
Artists call for the protection of the touring music industry, in the fear Britain will turn into a “cultural jail”. It’s the new B-word, the dreaded topic of conversation we try and avoid like deadlines. […]