If anyone knows a crazy night out it’s Joe Goddard and Raf Rundell of house music champions the 2 Bears. These are the parties that put hair on their chests
Richard D James’s first album as Aphex Twin for 13 years won’t change the world, but it sees him doing what he does best, which can be jaw-dropping, writes Tim Jonze
At the trio’s sold-out improvisational show, each track is like its own mini DJ set, writes Kate Hutchinson
Blame is the Scottish dance star’s third No 1 single within a year
The UK acid house legend, whose Acid Thunder box set is out now, empties the contents of his psychic record bag
PC Music and SOPHIE are peddling a new kind of club music whose mishmash of early-2000s pop-cheese, J-pop and happy hardcore is polarising the dance world. But is it more than a bit of fun?
From psychedelic house to pop, The Calvert Journal’s mixtapes represent the most eclectic elements of the post-Soviet music scene. We bring you the best from the summer and ask you to help us curate a playlist
The Mercury shortlist is unveiled on Wednesday night. Ahead of that, our critics pick the 12 albums they want to see named by the judges
Dance-friendly acts flourished at Bestival this year, with Outkast, Foals and Nile Rodgers leading the party, writes Ian Gittins
The Wild Beasts frontman talks to Kathryn Bromwich about Dave Eggers, God's Own Junkyard, KORG's Gadget app and the best sourdough pizza place in London
One of the most promising young electronic producers working in the realm of hypnagogic funk, disco and boogie
Government Trash typifies DFA 1979’s approach: pummelling riffs played with big, ugly guitars and brattish vocals, writes Jon Dennis
A ‘data alchemist’ has split music into over 1,000 bewildering microgenres. But what lies out there beyond witch house, and what on Earth does skweee sound like?