No men in sight.
The Nike Air Force 1 is a staple of London and two of the scene's premier artists talk about its significance.
Dummy are supporting Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition, where you can win a chance to play on one of the main stages in 2017.
Turns out Tidal isn't as much of a flop as everyone thought.
The Dummy recording artist is deservedly nominated amongst a much more diverse line up.
The Rinse DJ compiles the finesse kid's standout tracks.
A break in the doom and gloom as iconic Farringdon club gets the green light from Islington Council.
The Amsterdam producer lays down a beat and calls for submissions.
The music industry mourns the passing of one of its most iconic photographers.
From one-off films on hard-hitting social issues to explorations into club culture, Vice's youth channel takes up residence on Sky channel 153.
It's the end of an era as a review of the Farringdon club results in a loss of licence due to drug fears.
The new 360 music discovery app launches with 21 curators across the best UK music sites.
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They made themselves known in 2017, so expect these names to shine further in the next 12 months.
From established stars consolidating their fame, to emerging artists making waves, Dummy looks back over some of the musicians who made a notable impact in 2017.
They don't come more ferocious than young Yizzy,
Paying homage to the greatness of UK garage and fashion.
“No prior preparation, just a raw DJ mix as we would in the club.”
A surprise live collaboration between the two.
Inject a bit of the Danish artist into your day.