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Quick-fire Q&A with Blonde

December 22, 2015 |

Bristol-based duo Blonde have had an incredibly fruitful 2015. Consisting of Adam Englefeld (1 half of Eton Messy) and Jake Manson, the duo have spent the majority of 2015 touring their live show touching down...

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Sante

Quick-fire Q&A with Santé

December 10, 2015 |

On boxing day the Warehouse Project welcomes Knee Deep to Store Street with a stacked line-up including Kerri Chandler, Hot Since 82, Santé b2b with Sidney Charles and Resident Advisor’s number 1 live act, Kink....

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Edu Imbernon

Quick-fire Q&A with Edu Imbernon

November 26, 2015 |

Having setup his second imprint Fayer Records, which has released music from the likes of David August, Agoria and Adriatique, Spain’s Edu Imbernon takes the reins for the imprint’s fourth release with the smouldering, ‘Fixing...

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Felix Dickinson’s roots in dance music go way back. He’s from a by-gone era where it was all about the sound system and not the DJ. Dickinson’s first introduction to dance music came via the...

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With releases on OFF Recordings and Exploited, and remixes for the likes of Groove Armada and Dennis Ferrer, German deep house duo Kruse & Nuernberg have been plying their deep and melodic brand of house...

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There’s a saying in dance circles in Europe that “Belgians do it best”, which spawned from the success of Belgian-based electro acts like Soulwax and 2 Many DJs. In 2015 the saying still holds true,...

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We grab five minutes with self-described noir pop trio DNKL. Having burst onto the scene with last year with the ridiculously well-received ‘Hunt’ & ‘Battles’, the trio have just released more material via the recently...

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GusGus have been around – in one guise or another – since 1996, but during their 19-year career, which has seen the band release 9 studio albums, they’ve somehow never played in Manchester. Well, that...

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25 years is a long time in any industry, especially so in the music industry. In that time French producer Joachim Garraud has seen it all; the life and death of the CD, the creation...

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Bxentric has been churning out choice nuggets of disco gold for a few years now, having released music on esteemed labels including Eskimo and Glasgow Underground this month marks the unveiling of his new label,...

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Danish tech-house DJ and producer Kölsch has been perfecting his techno-with-feels aesthetic for the last 5 years, in that time he’s released two albums – 2013’s highly acclaimed ‘1977’ and more recently ‘1983’ – both of which...

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Last month LA-based producer Auriént released his debut album ‘Aura Bath’ via Stockholm-based label Van Drumpt. The producer’s debut full-length is ode to all things French, taking inspiration from France’s most imitable artists, and the...

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For those of you who go to Mighty Mouse’s Nightfilm parties at Cabaret Voltaire in Edinburgh you’ll have probably come across Nightfilm’s latest signee Le Visiteur. But for those that don’t, and that includes us,...

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This week we welcome German up-start PWNDTIAC to our introducing interview series. Hailing from Leipzig, Germany, the producer today releases his latest slice of 80s-infused disco, ‘The Beach’, which takes in beaming synths and sugary...

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The last time Jupiter released an album we were so enamoured by it, we clubbed together with a load of other blogs to host a Jupiter appreciation day. Fast-forward three years almost to-the-day and Amélie...

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HBF’s Shea Kopp sat down with Munich disco merchant Justin Faust to talk disco, how he managed to find himself of Nervous Records and what’s next for the German producer.  Justin Faust has established himself...

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Wes James, better known as Le Youth, shot on to the electronic music scene seemingly overnight after the release of his smooth-as-butter production ‘Cool’. He has since gone on to hone a sound that is...

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We welcome Lektroluv alumni Jägerverb for the third instalment of our, admittedly, infrequent mix series. And we also grill the British producer who now resides in the techno powerhouse of Berlin on what life is like...

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Étienne de Crécy has been a permanent fixture in electronic music since he burst onto the scene in 1992 with Motorbass alongside Cassius’ Philippe Zdar. During his 20+ year career, Étienne is credited as one of the founding...

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Introducing: Zimmer Interview

October 16, 2014 |

Ahead of his London debut at Shut The Front Door, alongside Ronika, Darius and Tobtok, we grabbed a quick chat with horizontal disco merchant, Zimmer. The Parisian has been gaining praise and fans ever since...

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