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Hysteria, harm or something more sinister?: Why the UK is banning nitrous oxide
Tracy Kawalik investigates nitrous oxide use in the UK, talking to ‘super users’, dealers, health professionals and drug experts to unravel the hype, harm and politicking behind the ban on young people’s second favourite drug
Need for speed: Why the UK fell back in love with bassline and speed garage
Warped basslines and inched-up garage have been hurtling through UK clubland since the late ‘90s and rippling through the noughties. Decades on, these sounds have come back into the charts and the underground with a burgeoning new wave. What do the originators think about it?
“Making good music is completely different to writing hard bars”: SamRecks is doing UK rap his own way
SamRecks is no underdog but a man on a mission within the UK rap game. The newcomer talks about how he has mastered lyric-writing, finding his sound and polishing his look.
DJ and Top Buzz member Jason Kaye has died aged 54
Tributes are pouring in for the British rave legend Jason Kaye, who stormed onto the scene in the '80s
Crossover and collectivity: Why London's house underground is evolving
There are a number of parallel Afro house scenes developing within London’s underground, as a variety of influences propel the movement in new directions. NKC reports
Tulum's party scene is characterised by waste and disrespect. Can Day Zero change that?
The bygone Mayan stronghold of Tulum has become overrun with party tourists, with consequences for the local ecology and indigenous population. Day Zero founder Damian Lazarus wants to fuse ancient traditions and future ideas to set a positive example. Tracy Kawalik travels to the Riviera Maya to investigate
The 22 DJs who defined the year 2022
In the first full year of events since 2019, these established DJs have led the way for inspiring dancefloor moments
London queer party Crossbreed announces new weekly residency at Corsica Studios
The sex-positive event is set to takeover the South London venue every Sunday, starting later this month