Dancers dressed in bright red jumpers, ballet leggings and oversized pearls promenade and gesticulate within a distorted architectural setting created by artist Pablo Bronstein for his new Tate Britain show (+ slideshow). More »
British house producer and DJ Jo Noon has sent us another gorgeous chilled-out dance track called Wednesday. Like October, the previous track we featured by Noon, Wednesday is lush and dreamy in all the right places, but is underpinned throughout by crisp, purposeful percussion.
Madrid-based producer Skygaze specialises in dreamy, mesmeric dance music that sounds best listened to in the very early hours of the morning. Drowned is no exception and features waves of soft, hazy synths and crisp electronic drum rolls from which broken fragments of vocal samples occasionally emerge.
London producer Just Ben has sent us his latest track, a fantastically chilled-out and soulful dance track. In fact, 10 Forward might be even smoother and more funky than Love Sensation, the last track Just Ben sent us. That’s no mean feat.
Here's another track by South Korean production duo Save Martin. Capitalism is a ferocious, in-your-face dance track, which features samples from the 2011 sci-fi movie Limitless.
Designed in Hackney: we're stepping into the fashion world for Designed in Hackney this week, showcasing fashion designers who are based in the borough every day. We start with Gareth Pugh's sculptural designs for new ballet Carbon Life, which had its premier at the Royal Opera House last month. More »
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