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Rounding Up 2016

There are many things we can focus on when looking back at 2016; we can focus on the loss of some pioneers of the industry, we can focus on the closure of some of the world’s best clubs, we can focus on the political turmoil of the world; or we can focus on the amazing… Read more »

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Ciszak – I Want

After a monstrous week in Miami, the guys at Dirtybird have truly shown everyone how to party. Barclay Crenshaw (more commonly known as Claude VonStroke – head honco at Dirtybird) has held day parties, pool parties and underground parties during this year’s Miami Music Week and with me sitting here at my desk in an… Read more »

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Justin Jay – ‘Mom, I Graduated!’

At just 22 years old, Los Angeles based Justin Jay is doing all sorts of things to the bass scene in the US. Straight out of college, he already has a huge back catalogue of tracks that exceed most emerging artists trying to make their break in the states (Femme Fatale is easily my favourite). On his… Read more »

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In Conversation: Billy Kenny

It wasn’t too long ago that I wrote a profile post about the producer and DJ, Billy Kenny. Since said post, I have been in contact with him and he agreed to do a short interview with me! I won’t do another long introduction but let me give you the low-down… Billy Kenny is an English producer,… Read more »

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Billy Kenny

Now, it’s not often that I’ll do a whole post about an artist. If you know me and are an avid follower of my blog you’ll realise that usually, I will post a specific track by an artist. However, Billy Kenny is different. He’s an emerging artist and I’ve tried so hard to choose a… Read more »

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Dirtybird Mix: The History of Dirtybird

The mix of the week this week comes from, not a DJ, but from a label. Dirtybird was the very first house label I fell in love with, because it was something completely and utterly different to anything else out there. Founded by the fantastically talented, Claude Von Stroke in 2005, it has just celebrated its… Read more »