Bassbin Book Club: DJ Food

Bassbin Book Club: DJ Food

A true pop culture polymath, name any extraordinary niche of audiovisual culture and the chances are Strictly Kev/DJFood has read about it, written on it, or illustrated it. The designer behind much of the Ninja Tune‘s graphic identity, as...... Read more

Zine Scene: Rave Report

Zine Scene: Rave Report

Zine culture currently seems to be going through something of a renaissance with new zines popping up regularly. In the first of a new series where we profile grassroots dance music zines, we check out Rave Report. Verity Raphael has spent the...... Read more

Bassbin Book Club: SEEN Mag

Bassbin Book Club: SEEN Mag

Committed to challenging the London-centric narrative pervasive in established electronic music journalism, SEEN Mag is a bold, new culture zine springing from Manchester and the northwest. You can get to the print magazine’s official...... Read more

Bassbin Book Club: Chal Ravens

Bassbin Book Club: Chal Ravens

From sharing weird club cuts on her INTERROBANG radio show and hosting a panel with Kode9 and Mala at AVA 2022, to interviewing Scratcha DVA for The Wire, and talking to some of the industry’s most infamous label bosses for her relevant...... Read more

Ray Keith: Dark Soldier

Ray Keith: Dark Soldier

We start 2022 off by launching the new Reading List series, where we pick some of our favourite books about electronic music, club culture and everything in between and talk to their authors. The first title on our reading list is Ray...... Read more

A Guy Called Gerald: Trip City

A Guy Called Gerald: Trip City

We’ve just reissued Trip City, a dark, dancefloor-driven novel originally published in 1989. The book has been noted as the first independent multi-media literature released in the UK. Upon its publication, Paul Mathur described it as ’On...... Read more

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