A Review: Brave! Factory 2019

Brave! Factory, is a 3 year old festival hosted in the Soviet Era, Kiev's METROBUD Train Depot. Upon our arrival, the first thing that jumped out at us was the vast size of the site. Music was hosted across 6 stages - each of which offered a different aesthetic and vibe. Art installations also provided…Read more A Review: Brave! Factory 2019

A Review: Nachtdigital Mint

Small festivals are able to create a special atmosphere through a combination of factors: special setting, a carefully curated programme, and a crowd full of unpretentious heads aligning for a weekend full of fun. Nachtdigital, one such small festival in the bungalow village of Olganitz, has provided "festival solutions since 1998", evolving over 21 years…Read more A Review: Nachtdigital Mint

A Review: Presha Records Presents – Ian DPM

Presha made a fantastic debut to the London club scene earlier this month on October 19th at Bar-A-Bar in Stoke Newington. Having had great success throwing parties in Guildford for the last few years, expanding into London was a great next step. Starting things off was Presha records resident and label boss 95Bones, playing 10…Read more A Review: Presha Records Presents – Ian DPM

A Review: Farr Festival 2018

[Above image credit: Farr] Farr Festival has grown steadily since its inception in 2009, from a gathering of friends to a festival hosting up to 10,000 people. Over this space of time, many other small, boutique style electronic music festivals have sprouted across the UK including Gottwood, Houghton and Field Maneuvers to name a few,…Read more A Review: Farr Festival 2018

A Review: Nachtdigital Flex

It is rare for a festival as renowned as Nachtdigital to remain such an enigma in the age of social media. Many large festivals share every detail online for months in the lead up to the date, leaving little to the imagination. Nachtdigital on the other hand gave little away on their website, Facebook event,…Read more A Review: Nachtdigital Flex

A Review: 19 Jahre Robert Johnson with Zip, Binh, Bodin&Jacob

[Above Image Credit: Robert Johnson] Robert Johnson, and Offenbach - the suburb of Frankfurt in which it is situated, are synonymous with minimal dance music. Equally so is former Frankfurt resident, Zip aka Thomas Franzmann, co-founder of the infamous Perlon label, and Binh, whose popularity has soared over the past two years and now is…Read more A Review: 19 Jahre Robert Johnson with Zip, Binh, Bodin&Jacob