Photographer Dave Swindells remembers shooting Ibiza's open-air superclubs and daytime beach raves at a moment when the Island was on the cusp of a rave revolution.
Ahead of an event hosted at the ICA in his memory, three of the late Mark Fisher's students remember their lecturer and describe the ways they have endeavoured to keep his fierce spirit and energy of his music writing alive.
In the new episode of Joining the Dots, Don Letts meets electronic musician Georgia.
After an eight-year wait, the French producer is back with his second album. He tells us why it took so long – and why he sees his musical role as that of a ‘midwife’.
From crypto-raves to artificial intelligence, Holly Herndon is reimagining how we use technology at what's starting to feel like a pivotal moment in history.
Ahead of Discwoman’s Concrete Lates show at London’s Southbank Centre, we speak to the women-led collectives fighting for a safer, more representative nightlife.
Blind since birth and reclusive by nature, Pauline Anna Strom’s spacey electronic music has been building a cult following for decades – but she remains little-known in the mainstream music world.
From '60s space cadets to modern-day mavericks, the far-out sounds of Silver Apples are finally getting due recognition.
After fleeing Iran, Ash Koosha’s future-focussed productions blur the lines between music, film and virtual reality.
Huck meets KIll J, the classically trained Danish electro-pop musician determined to challenge expectations, and shake things up a bit.
Manchester trio GoGo Penguin are tearing up the genres with Man Made Object, a rowdy not-quite-jazz album that nods its head to Four Tet and Apex Twin.