These are the UK MCs that will be doing bits this year.
Following the sexist abuse experienced by Nightwave and Toxe on Boiler Room's live stream last week, queer DJ Ni-Ku explores issues of inequality in the music industry.
Read a selection of tweets from musicians following news that Britain will depart from the European Union.
Dummy gets a first hand experience of Cape Town's booming house scene.
After Optimo's recent Autonomous Glasgow party raised over £6,000 for the city's food banks, we look at how far clubbing can affect change in a community.
Steph Kretowicz takes a look at what vocal processing by SOPHIE, Planningtorock, Mykki Blanco and Beyonce revealed about sexual politics in 2013.
Steph Kretowicz compares the use of appropriation by Daniel Lopatin and Stefani Germanotta, and asks what they both can teach us about our consumption of pop culture.
The rapper depressingly embodies the co-option of capitalism with her late adoption of the street-level brand trend, says Steph Kretowicz.
Ahead of the release of his new LP, Steph Kretowicz considers the very modern predicament represented by the frustrating art of Dean Blunt.
Selim Bulut talks to James Holden, Gavin Russom and Viva Ruiz about their attempts to induce a "trance state" in their listeners, and tries it out himself.
Steph Kretowicz speaks to Pete Swanson, The Haxan Cloak, Blanck Mass and RVNG Intl. about their journeys from punk to techno, and what it says about our times.
For a person who hopes to build a career out of her sharp tongue, Azealia needs a lesson in handling blades says Caspar Salmon.
A beginners guide to Gqom courtesy of a true pioneer.
UK rap's new king has reached a new level on his new project, 'No Bullshit'. We talked about its making, and why he calls it a 'playlist'.
FEEL MY BICEP's very own Brassica gives rising producer Jordan his midas touch.
A project years in the making, the veteran of electronic music breaks down the tracks that shaped it.
In the first of a two-part feature on the underground musicians co-opting the icons of hi-def capitalism for their own ends, Adam Harper charts the rise of business class lounge music and the selling of digital smoke.
Trojan Sound System continue to deliver their message of peace, love and unity with 10 of the best foundation shaking reggae basslines.
Get prepared for the 25th year since the birth of "ACIIID" with our guide to the rise of the movement.
Dan Nixon on adventurous minimal synth music from the early 1980s, which is actually an incredibly interesting and weird story.
Before kicking off a UK mini-tour with Red Bull Music Academy, Harvey Bassett recalls his history of going to parties as much as DJing at them.