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Pop Up Pirates

Live from Aubervilliers A pop up has become part of our vernacular since 2010, I had wondered (cynically) if it was due to dying retail spaces, high rents and generally things being unobtainable unless you offered to do them for free. My first experience of a pop-up...

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‘Crush’ (Floating Points) Album Review

  Floating Points is a man with a PhD from UCL. There are a few other beatmakers with serious academic roots in London’s universities. Dan Snaith, a.k.a. Caribou, a.k.a. Daphni, has a PhD from Imperial, as does Brian May. The Queen guitarist completed his doctorate 37...

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Consciousness Raising: Interview w/ Odete

Threads Radio sat down for an exclusive guest mix and interview with Lisbon-based DJ, producer, poet, theorist, and rising star, Odete. We discussed her latest album, Amarração, her research-based artistic practice, and the problem with representation.   Photographs...

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‘GOLD’ (Review) by D. de Comarmond

‘Haunting, Compelling and Mesmerising’ We indulge in the dark pop single by Alexander Bondor (Release by Chill n Bass/OTRMG Artist Commentary: “Gold is my song of freedom, my release from the “warmth of a cage” that was my previous life. It was a life where everything...

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Headway East London (September Show Rewind)

https://www.mixcloud.com/ThreadsRadio/radio-heaway-east-london-19-sep-19/   It was never meant to be like this. This blog post was meant to tell you what's been happening at Headway East London in the past month, and what's likely to be in our next Threads show.   ...

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Objekt x Ezra Miller (Review)

(Image courtesy of Percolate)   Thursday 12th September marked the fifth outing of Objekt and Ezra Miller's live audio-visual performance. Over the past decade, Objekt has made a name for himself as one of house and techno's most dynamic DJs and producers. His...

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Profile: DJ Early

  Depending on who you ask, one of Britain’s greatest exports could be considered its rave scene, and in particular the illegal rave scene. From the well documented Second Summer of Love, to the UKG hysteria of the 90s and more recently Croydon’s dubstep renaissance,...

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