London venue KOKO will reopen in spring 2022 following a huge £70million restoration and redevelopment project.
Duval Timothy has announced a new album with Rosie Lowe. 'Son' will be released on Friday 12th November, and you can listen to the title track below.
Morgan Hislop has shared a new single.
Serving as the first release for recently-launched London label Remedy!, Hislop's single 'About 2 Be' steps away from his previous dancefloor-focused tracks on labels like Moveltraxx and Phone Home Records, and into sonic realms of sugar-coated, club-inspired pop.
The vocals on the track come courtesy of London-based artist OhEm, who delivers sublime lyrics about love, memories and "the best night of your life", with Hislop's twinkling melodies serving as the perfect backdrop.
Dean Blunt has shared a new video.
Comprising two tracks - 'MUGU' from Blunt's recent LP 'Black Metal 2' and 'Stoozy' featuring A$AP Rocky - the visual accompaniment to 'Urban Hymns' comes with one simple instruction: "play w speakers". Watch it below.
The follow-up to 2014's landmark 'Black Metal', the 10-track 'Black Metal 2' was released via Rough Trade back in June. Check it out here.
An announcement on the reopening of London's Night Tube transport service is expected 'in the next few weeks', according to Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
Weekend underground trains running on limited lines through the night were cancelled in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. However, the step has been widely criticised due to safety concerns now the UK has been out of lockdown for almost three months.
London Independent Label Market (ILM) is set to return this winter, celebrating a decade of pop up events aimed at DJs and vinyl collectors across the world.
To mark the ten year milestone, ILM will hit Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross on 27th November. DJ sets will be performed throughout the day, with an afterparty set for Spiritland once the stalls close.
David Morales is set to relaunch our DJ Mag HQ live streams later this month.
After putting our in-person streams on hold for 18 months, DJ Mag HQ will return on the 15th October to celebrate 30 years of Nervous Records.
The stream will take place in our London office from 5PM (BST), and you can sign up to be in with a chance to attend here.
London club fabric has finalised the line-up for its 39-hour party this month.
Dancefloor Recall, a photography project based around London nightlife, is to host an exhibition event at the city's Corsica Studios.
The project, which is the work of photographers Heather Shuker and Fran Hales, was birthed amid the closure of clubs in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic, and revolves around a series of portraits captured outside London clubs. Shuker and Hales hoped to capture various human relationships and connections that started on the city's dancefloors with the project.