Tag Archives: Leeds

A chat with Carl Finlow aka Silicon Scally

In his sound, visual aesthetic and sheer volume of output, you may be fooled into thinking that Carl Finlow isn’t of this earth. When he does come back down to terra firma, he doesn’t stay still, but traverses it: in the 2000s, probably the height of his powers, Finlow was regularly embarking on world tours, having made a name for […]

Influences: ZamZam Sounds

There is a sense in which the ZamZam Sounds label now acts in the same manner as the wellspring of Islamic mythology from which it takes its name. It is an ever-flowing fount of nourishing sounds, all aimed at engaging the spiritual potential of dub-reggae through modern production techniques. Encompassing dubstep, breakbeat, digidub and more, the label […]

One Night With…Sadar Bahar

Though he has been digging since the 70s, Sadar Bahar has only risen to prominence within the last 10 years. This makes sense, because it is the quality and sheer enormity of his record collection that has earned him such renown.   With 14,000 records up his sleeve, you know he’ll be digging deep for […]

One Night With…Daniel Avery

We love Daniel Avery at One Night With… We invite him back pretty much every year because, when allowed to play for an extended period of time, he never fails to transcend the dance floor with his singular brand of techno. If you missed out on the last couple of times, or whether it’s your first chance […]

A chat with…Tom Ellis

Tom Ellis is a producer through and through, an unstoppable force in beat-making who has been prolifically putting out tunes since the mid noughties. Not one to chase fame, fortune, or any kind of mainstream recognition, he has actually earned himself a more enduring reputation as a humble artiste dedicated to exploring sound, and (more importantly) becoming close […]