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The ONLY way is Upitup. That’s the word on the cobbles this weekend as Merseyside veterans, Upitup Records, bring a two-day anniversary party to North Shore Troubadour and the Kazimier Garden. Ready the cake, prep the candles; it’s time for the international DJ and arts collective, independent record label, party and radio show to celebrate […]

It’s been three years since Medlar last hooked up with Delusions of Grandeur. Back then, it was a collaborative project with Mahogani Music affiliate Dan Shake, and now he’s back with his own full release. Entitled NRG, the three-tracker is a club focused EP with clinical percussive elements and the signature central groove that make […]

Neue Grafik first appeared on the Melodic Distraction radar back in 2016, with his stunning 5-track Ukiyo EP on WOLF Music. Much to our discredit, we quickly realised that we had slept on one of the most exciting electronic music artists to come out of Paris in recent years – one whose sound was both resolutely global […]

Synonymous with UK club music, Josey Rebelle has played a vital role in building the music scene. With her Sunday radio show on Rinse FM becoming a mainstay for listeners, Josey has held residencies at historic club nights such as Plastic People. After years spent working hard behind the scenes, Josey Rebelle has shot to the […]

We’ve been busy little bees and had some serious plans a-bubbling away over the winter slumber. We’re so excited to present our latest (and greatest?) party to date. Alongside our Baltic siblings over at 24 Kitchen Street, we’ve put together a whole day and night of celebrations for International Women’s Day, this very Thursday, March […]

With the ‘Beast From the East’ finally behind us, we’re more than ready for some longer, brighter days. Come out of hibernation and shake off the winter slumber with a springtime dance. Liverpool is delivering an array of music events from all genres, cultural events for us all to swot up during and venue openings […]

A founding member of the Chicago house scene, James Perri aka Jimi Polo began his musical career singing in gospel choirs and as a session musician, before releasing pioneering tracks such as Shake Your Body and Better Days. With releases on Urban, Perfecto and Primavera, as well as time spent as part of Soul II Soul, […]

The way we experience music has been subject to a series of revolutionary changes in technology over the past half-century, yet there is one format that has stayed the course in the face of increasingly consumable digitisation – vinyl. revolution. Dismissed on countless occasions, ten years ago Steven Wells asked if “you know anybody who […]

I know what I want and I can only achieve it with analogue. It’s not my obsession; it’s my only choice. It’s the only way that I can develop what I have in my mind. Following recent announcements that he will be playing at Dimensions Festival and Love International, alongside a string of productions set […]

If I was to tell you that I had been working on my music every day since 2012 I wouldn’t be lying to you. It’s that commitment, I’ve got the drive to do it because it’s how I live my life. Since making the move to Ableton in 2012, Glenn Davis has been working on […]

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