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Introducing: Rhythm Labs

After attending their launch party in Kentish Town, Jed Waldron gets to grips with the budding nightlife collective. Drill, lo-fi, hip hop, tech-house, neo-soul, crank-wave, gabber - who's updating this Wikipedia page? Add a few 'umms' and 'ahhs' in there and it’ll...

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Interview: Domo Gorille

It started with Pain into Millions in early 2017, after a crazy year for me and all of my friends, so much had happened. It was the first solo song I had made since my teen years of music.

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Threads* is excited to broadcast ‘SPACE.ZERO’ (live) on 22/02/20

A new international collaboration between artistic and curatorial teams from Berlin, Bradford, London, Kaliningrad, and Tallinn will take over a cavernous industrial space on the port of Kaliningrad. Combining educational programs and exchange by day with a dense electronic night program, SPACE.ZERO is a marathon environment for artistic development and immersive musical experience.

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How Language and Identity shape London’s Music Scene

It may seem harder than ever to maintain your roots, but these artists show you otherwise “Music would be stuck in national folk if it weren’t for outsiders,” says Elin Edwards, a London-based musician hailing from North Wales. “It would take me a whole essay to...

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Threads Outreach Presents: Industrial Workers of the World

 ‘ZERO-HOURS CONTRACT STAFF EARN £1000 A YEAR LESS’, ‘ZHCS TRAPPING YOUNG PEOPLE IN HOMELESSNESS’, ‘NUMBER OF ZHCS RISES BY 100 000 IN SINGLE YEAR’, ‘ZHCS HARM YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH’, ‘MORE THAN 5 MILLION PEOPLE IN BRITAIN SUFFER LOW-PAID, INSECURE WORK’,...

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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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‘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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