A new exhibition exploring the history of rave and pirate radio in Waltham Forest, London, will officially open next week.
A Kickstarter campaign has been launched for a new book teaching kids the alphabet through drum & bass references.
'My first Book Of Drum & Bass' has been conceived, designed and illustrated by Gary Miller and Charlie Wright, and combines bright imagery with terminology associated with the drum & bass scene to help children advance with their ABCs.
A new short film series celebrating Black music history in Manchester has launched, with the first episode already available to watch.
Coming from the Rhythm Lab Records Stable, the sister project to Reform Radio, I Just Love How Black It Was started as part of Black History Month. The first instalment features rising producer Ethan Hill and decade-spanning drum & bass stalwart Madrush MC, covering "the history of shebeens, scared jungle promoters, and Home Office violence."
The next instalment of London label Critical Music’s EP series for emerging artists, Critical Binary, comes from En:vy. Hear ‘Airplane Mode’ from ‘Binary Vol.24’ below.
Update: Since this article was published, this course has been postponed. For information on other music short courses taking place this September you can visit the Guildhall School website.
A six-week online course in DJing has been launched by Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
The early 2000s in Ibiza is the clubbing era British ravers want to revisit most, according to a new poll.