D. Ramirez & Bnann Infadel talk Night Safari

Night Safari

Storming the playlists of people like Oliver Heldens, Sick Individuals and BBC Radio 1's Danny Howard this summer, Night Safari appears to be coming out of nowhere. The two house honchos, D. Ramirez and Bnann Infadel, are about to release their first single via Zulu records, but first – where exactly did that name come from? You’re two of the most respected names in the … [Read more...]

Peyton shares his Beach House Sessions

Peyton Interview

As the Ibiza season draws to a close, Peyton – Blue Marlin legend and the voice behind ‘Higher Place’ – leaves us with a gift that keeps the summer sun going no matter what season it is. A collection of his 13 best productions, Beach House Sessions is the culmination of over a decade of hard work and soul searching. With the album now available for free on Peyton’s Soundcloud … [Read more...]

Interview: Simion

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Anonymity is nothing new in electronic music. Right back to the days of The Prodigy and their infamous white label escapades, legions of individuals have, as that old chestnut goes, preferred to let their music do the talking. Simion is one such individual, and while we don’t know much about him, it’s perhaps better we focus on what we do know. We can confirm, for example, … [Read more...]

Interview: Agent Orange

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Ara K aka Agent Orange, is a man whose electronic music career is definitely more coloured than most. Having spent over 20 years in the game, this prolific DJ, producer and live act has racked up an impressive record collection whilst also turning out for the likes of Monika Kruse’s Terminal M and eh…50 Cent’s G-Unit. If that sounds like an unlikely combination, then it’s all … [Read more...]

Interview: Kris Davis

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Portsmouth producer Kris Davis is a man who’s most definitely on to a good thing. A true musical magpie, his influences are as long as they are impressive and having vehemently left his hard house days behind him, his is an agenda that’s by now firmly switched to the more considerate side of house music. As such, it’s no real surprise that he labels his own output as … [Read more...]