Annie Mac's new mini-documentary on UK club culture is now available to stream via the BBC website.
The 30-minute special, titled Who Killed The Night, sees Annie investigate why the UK has lost over half its clubs in the last decade, alongisde chats with key industry figures like London’s Night Czar, Amy Lamé.
Deadmau5 confirms that the clip of a video from one his earliest shows – tweeted by Twitter user Teeroy666 – was his first set with the mouse head helmet.
whoa, thats some random found footage there... that was my first gig with the head... i remember someone yelling at us for soundcheck. https://t.co/f5A5qZc9rS
Deadmau5 kicked off his brand-new 2017 BBC Radio 1 Residency last night with a two-hour mix of tech-house and techno, alongside a slew of Deadmau5 productions including the Com Truise remix of his prog-house anthem ‘Strobe’.
The tracklist also featured records from underground, techno-leaning acts like Pan-Pot, Maceo Plex and ANNA, as well as the world premiere of new track by DJ duo Pig & Dan, titled ‘Back To Graceland’.
You can listen to Deadmau5’s first 2017 BBC Radio 1 Residency mix and check out the tracklist below.
Midland, real name Harry Agius, has been revealed as the winner of BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix of the Year by Pete Tong.
The nominees for the gong were revealed on Tong’s show at the beginning of the month (Friday 2nd December), with Midland going up against Leon Vynehall, Âme and Dixon, Dusky and Recondite.
Diplo has turned in a two-hour mix of his favourite tracks of 2016 for his final Diplo & Friends BBC Radio 1 show of the year, which you can listen to below.
The mix picks out cuts from his own side project, Major Lazer, as well as Calvin Harris, Rihanna, R3hab, Tujamo, Dillon Francis, Justin Bieber and many more, as the Mad Decent boss picks out 57 favourites from 2016.
Steve Angello has revealed that he is set to release a new solo album in 2017, as well as teasing the first track from it. You can listen to it at the end of the two-hour mix below.
The Swedish House Mafia man announced the news on his final BBC Radio 1 Residency show, with the first new material from the as-yet-untitled album being ‘Stay’, featuring Saints Of Glory.
Speaking about the album on his show, Angello said, “I’m going to be taking a break from Radio 1 next, as I’ve got a pretty busy 2017 planned.
BBC Radio 1 has announced the new artists joining the station for its Residency series in 2017, with Deadmau5, Eats Everything, Helena Hauff, Jessy Lanza and Metrik all added to the team.
Radio 1’s Residency incorporates two shows on a Thursday night, the first from 10pm to midnight, and the second midnight through until 1am, with Kölsch, Will Atkinson and Logan Sama continuing to form a part of the line-up.
The introduction of the new artists marks the end of Steve Angello, Oliver Heldens, Heidi, George FitzGerald and Louisahhh’s regular slot on BBC Radio 1’s Residency.
Justice’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, which was due to air this weekend, has been postponed until later in the year.
tINI has been announced as the artist to replace them, stepping up to make her Essential Mix debut.
Ed Banger Records revealed the news that the French duo wouldn’t be broadcast this weekend in a Twitter post earlier today. It read, “Justice have been so busy their Essential Mix will be dropped later this year. Sorry. It will be worth waiting for. Stay tuned.”
French duo Justice are set to return to BBC Radio 1 this Saturday 12th November with their first Essential Mix since 2007.
The pair reappeared earlier this year with their first new material in five years; free download 'Safe And Sound' proved to be a precursor to the announcement of their new album 'Woman', set to arrive on 18th November via Ed Banger Records.
Deadmau5 revealed that his new full-length record, ‘W:/2016ALBUM/’, will be released on Friday 2nd December via his mau5trap imprint last week.
Now, he has shared the first material from it, a track titled ‘4ware’; giving Pete Tong the first spin of it on his BBC Radio 1 show on Friday night (4th November). You can listen to the eight-minute prog epic below.