A new documentary celebrates 25 years of the much-loved drum & bass labels A-Ko Recordings and AKO Beatz.
BBC Radio 1 has announced the next roster of DJs set to take over the station’s long-running Residency slot.
Goldie and Ulterior Motive's James Davidson are releasing a new album together under their Subjective alias.
Set for release on 25th March, the 14-track 'The Start Of No Regret' was produced remotely by the pair over the last 18 months, with Davidson working from his studio in Bournemouth and Goldie based in Thailand.
The album features a number of collaborations, with the likes of Greentea Peng, LaMeduza, Tom Misch and Natalie Williams, among others, all appearing.
A new book looking at the history of drum & bass is set to be published by Jawbone Press next month.
'Renegade Snares: The Resistance And Resilience Of Drum & Bass', named after the classic 1993 Omni Trio track, is written by Ben Murphy and Carl Loben – former editor and current editor-in-chief of DJ Mag respectively.
Goldie has suggested that humans are descended from aliens.
In a recent interview with the Daily Star, the drum & bass pioneer said that "Mars is like an old fucking gaff we used to live at". The comments followed the "space race", which saw Amazon founder Jeffrey Bezos and Virgin's Richard Branson both take private trips to the edge of the earth's atmosphere last month.
Goldie is taking over London's XOYO for a seven-week residency beginning later this month.
The Metalheadz label boss will invite a wide cast of names from across the D&B, jungle and techno scenes to join him across the residency, which kicks off on Friday, 23rd July when he'll be joined by 2 Bad Mice, Fabio and Tasha, among others.
Brighton's Patterns venue has revealed details of its reopening series of parties, taking place from June to September.
Due to reopen in late June, in line with the UK government's current COVID-19 roadmap, the club will host DJ sets from Horse Meat Disco, Sicaria Sound, DJ Storm, Oneman and Forest Drive West, among others, in its first month back.
Goldie will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his album 'Timeless' with a vinyl box set.
Following the reissue of 'Inner City Life' in November, the celebration of Goldie's seminal 1995 Metalheadz album 'Timeless' will continue with the release of a remastered and re-packaged box set in June this year.
A new book exploring the history of jungle and drum & bass is set to be published by Velocity Press this March.
Penned by Paul Terzulli, 'Who Say Reload' takes in words from the likes of Goldie, Andy C, Roni Size and DJ Hype, and looks over the musicians, samples and influences that fed into early drum & bass and jungle, and beyond. Interviews with key artists are featured alongside previously unseen images from the archive of photographer Eddie Otchere.