Anz has shared new single, 'Real Enough to Feel Good', taken from her forthcoming Ninja Tune debut, the 'All Hours' EP, which will arrive on 15th October.
As the Manchester-based DJ and producer explains, the new track is rooted in the broken club sounds of Britain and the US, and follows the recent hit 'You Could Be', which featured London vocalist George Riley and is also included on the forthcoming six-track release.
DJ EZ has launched a new label, NUVOLVE.
The UK garage hero, whose career spans well over two decades, made the announcement on Monday via Twitter.
Promising to bring "the exciting future of the sounds that I have championed for over 25 years", details of the imprint's first releases are expected in the coming days.
A new book will pay homage to the history of UK garage.
ABC of UKG: An Alphabet of UK Garage (the Golden Era) is a new book from scene veteran Rukaiya Russell, celebrating UKG's late '90s and early '00s golden era.
MJ Cole has announced a new album and dropped the first track, ‘Cathedral'.
'MJ Cole Presents Madrugada' will arrive on 3rd April via Decca Records, with a debut live performance of the work set for EartH Hackney, London, on 29th April.
UK garage hitmaker, Architechs’ Ashley Akabah, AKA City, has died aged 49.
The news about Akabah was posted via Music Week, who shared that the producer and one-half of garage duo, Architechs, had passed away in Notting Hill, West London, on the 2nd February 2020. The cause of death is unknown.
DJ EZ will donate the proceeds from his upcoming Australian and New Zealand tour to raise money for the Australian bushfire charities.
The UK Garage don will play three shows at the end of next month including Auckland Splore Festival on 21st February, Sydney Electric Gardens on 22nd February and Melbourne Electric Gardens on 23rd February.
London-based label Kiwi Rekords has shared a free EP celebrating its first year of releases.
Founded by UK garage champion Conducta, who scooped the award for Best Remix alongside London MC Novelist in this year's DJ Mag Best of British Awards, the label has released EPs from the likes of Mind Of A Dragon and Sharda, with the "Kiwi five" coming together for a free remix EP to mark the imprint's first anniversary.
DJ EZ will revive his techno and house alias, Elvin Zedo, originally conceived back in 2004.
The announcement was made by the acclaimed UK garage turntablist via a video posted to Facebook, in which he explained the genres his moniker focuses on have 'always had a special place in my heart'.
"I'm super-excited to let you know about my DJ alias, Elvin Zedo," DJ EZ said. "[It] was created in 2004 as an avenue for me to play house and techno, which were the genres I played at the very start of my DJ career.
DJ EZ revealed that he is set for an Ibiza residency in 2017 with a photo on Twitter over the weekend. You can see the full post below.
The snap shows Ibiza airport emblazoned with the garage don’s logo artwork alongside the caption, “Ibiza 2017!!! Dates and venue to be announced over the coming weeks.”
DJ EZ dropped two updates of his ‘Old Skool’ and ‘New Skool’ mixes in January.