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A Keith Flint memorial has been unveiled in Hackney. The mural, which sees the late Prodigy frontman depicted mid-performance, has been created to mark World Suicide Prevention Day 2021. Street artist Akse worked on the tribute in partnership with the music and mental wellbeing festival Headstock. The pair have previously collaborated to create a mural of Joy Division’s Ian Curtis for World Mental Health Day […]

A new documentary is exploring Newcastle’s 1990s illegal rave scene. The Kick, The Snare, The Hat & A Clap directed by Susie Davies, looks back at Newcastle’s 1990s free party and warehouse scene. The film pays particular focus to events that took place on Ouseburn Valley, an area on the city’s eastern outskirts, that have seen significant change and […]

Early 2000s Ibiza is the party scene Brits want to revisit most, according to a new poll. Gathering data from 41,814 music fans, the survey found that four in 10 felt nostalgic for the Balearic island’s club culture in the noughties. Ibiza at the turn of the millennium came above 1980s rave/acid house (26%) and 1990s jungle and drum ’n’ bass (21%). The poll was […]

Radiohead are releasing a new record of unreleased tracks, and some reissues of old favourites. Releasing the new triple LP in autumn this year, both ‘Kid A’ and ‘Amnesiac’ will both arrive on ‘KID A MNESIA’ along with ‘Kid Amnesiae’ featuring some unheard songs recorded around the same time as the classic records. Radiohead teamed up […]

The iconic Ibiza Rocks Hotel has revealed its summer line-up – with Brit-Nominated Joel Corry, Nathan Dawe and others set to play at the venue. Corry spoke of his excitement to be back in Ibiza and playing shows: “Ibiza is my favourite place in the world to play! I have always dreamed of having a […]

Brits may be able to head to Ibiza in the coming weeks as Spain is expected to be added to the bill of approved countries on the green list. According to the Spanish tourism minister, the country may move off the UK’s amber list in the coming weeks denying its fit for the harsher restrictions. As it stands, […]

Despite the Save Our Stages Act which passed into law in December, independent music venues in the US have still yet to receive a single penny of government relief. The Small Business Administration (SBA) is responsible for distributing the funds across the entertainment industry sector which promises a spread of $16 billion as a lifeline for live […]

Mike Skinner of The Streets has claimed that their single ‘Who’s Got The Bag (21st June)’ has apparently been banned by BBC Radio 1. The single was released in March, looking forward to the end of lockdown. Restrictions are set to be lifted on June 21, hence the track’s title. In an Instagram post on May […]

A drug dealer was identified by a picture of him holding a block of Stilton cheese after police enhanced the photo and found his fingerprints. Carl Stewart, 39, shared the photo on EncroChat, an encrypted messaging service, and police found the photo and were able to identify his fingerprints. Stewart pleaded guilty to conspiracy to […]

Researchers in Spain have said there is “no sign” that a recent 5,000 person concert caused a higher level of COVID transmission among attendees. Concert-goers were required to produce a negative COVID test on the day of the event and wear masks throughout, but no social distancing was required. Six people who attended the concert […]