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Soho residents have voted for more control over planning decisions, meaning they can now block the development of skyscrapers in the area. 91% of residents and 89% of businesses voted to pass the Soho Neighbourhood Plan, which took into account the opinions of 3000 residents and those running businesses. Those in the area can now draw […]

Moog is facing both a discrimination lawsuit and a lawsuit over an alleged contract breach related to the cancellation of their 2020 festival. UG Strategies filed the suit on August 11, accusing Moog of wrongfully terminating a licensing agreement that allowed the firm to manage the 2018 edition of Moogfest. The festival took place in May […]

A new survey conducted by MRC Data, a data company providing information on music sales, has found that Gen Z buy more vinyl records than their millennial counterparts. 4,041 individuals aged 13 and up were questioned over the course of two weeks about their musical influences, inspirations and purchases, with 15% of Gen Z respondents claiming […]

On Saturday, September 11, people across the Netherlands took to the streets to demand that nightlife be reopened— and according to organisers, it was the largest protest in the country to date. 150,000 people reportedly marched in ten cities, 80,000 of which in Amsterdam alone, also taking to the larger provinces of The Hague, Eindhoven, Groningen, and […]

Bristolian four-piece Massive Attack cancelled an upcoming testbed gig in Liverpool over the weekend after discovering that the venue is being used for an electronic arms fair. The gig was set to be a “super low carbon emission” test event held at Liverpool’s ACC Exhibition Centre. The band said it was “really disappointing” to have to make […]

According to a new report conducted by Ballantine’s, one in three music fans have experienced discrimination on the dancefloor, while a further 84% have witnessed it. The whisky brand launched a new study named “Resetting The Dancefloor” this month, surveying 2,300 people from across the globe in an effort to highlight discrimination in the music industry. […]

French queer party promoters La Toilette have been the subject of criticism after going ahead with a party at a refugee squat last weekend. The Parisian squat is home to 225 refugees mostly made up of families with young children. Punters paid €26 each for tickets to the unlicensed event but had no idea what they would […]

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 […]