Staff photographer Mikael Gregorsky's shots of the east London festival.
Ramadanman's early afternoon set was healthy, if a little out of place at Field Day.
Ace London festival will take to Victoria Park on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th June next year.
Planners at the ready, as Field Day tells us who is clashing with who.
A roundup of this year's Field Day festival, taking place at Victoria Park in London on June 7th & 8th.
The first in our series of festival podcasts kicks off with a set of interviews from No Age, Phoenix Tensnake, the Golden Filter, Memory tapes and Mount Kimbie and sounds from Victoria Park.
Dummy sponsored London one day festival adds Beta Band legend and announces new talent stage.
From excavation to redemption, our pick of the 12 best British albums for 2013.
Take a peek inside the colourful inaugural weekend of this Oxfordshire weekender, featuring TEED, Oneman and sunshine.
Tropics' touring guitarist shares his disposable film diary, capturing Ghostpoet, Autre Ne Veut and various scrappy happy memories.
See an extended gallery from our recent shoot with Fade to Mind's rising star.
Darkstar, Deptford Goth, Only Real and more captured at our first ever Dummy AGM.
A look behind the mystical visual art of Ultramajic, Jimmy Edgar's white hot record label.
Following disastrous floods across Serbia, the inaugural MAD in Belgrade was an optimistic, celebratory coming together.
The self-crowned hip-pop king creates his own cinema designed by world-renowned architects.
With an exhibition of her work currently running in Shoreditch, we speak to the artist whose work has visualised the UK underground club scene for the past few years.
Charting the surreal visual art of Keith Rankin aka Giant Claw, co-founder of underground label Orange Milk Records.
The intimate Oxfordshire festival, which featured DJs like Auntie Flo, Move D, Wookie, and DJ Q, in photos.
A wicked DIY festival which saw Mykki Blanco, patten, Palmistry, and more hit up Ghent, Belgium.
Werkdiscs producer Moiré guides us through the design process that led to the eyeball-aching artwork for his debut album, 'Shelter'.
One of the definitive South London bands of the past few years closed a 10-week programme of art, music, and fashion events on home turf.
"Flava Flav wore a clock and said 'Yea boi' a few times." The Sheffield city centre festival (featuring sets from Public Enemy, Lone, Shackleton, and more) in review.
Check out what went down at patten's new monthly night, featuring Filter Dread, Labyrinth Ear, SFV Acid, Logos and the Warp man himself.
Ace net label does their first live showcase, featuring Egyptian Hip Hop front guy Aldous RH, anxious karaoke singer Sad Eyes, and live ecco jammer Obsidian Pond.
The London debut of Liz Harris' latest project was a dark, beautiful and intense journey across the dreams and myths of America.