On the latest episode of our monthly radio show, Matt Anniss revisits early breakbeat hardcore, showcasing the often ignored influence of bleep on the sound’s evolution.
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN BLEEPS, BREAKS + BASS
There’s a new compilation out. It’s a bit special and it features extensive liner notes from our own Matt Anniss
LISTEN: JOIN THE FUTURE ON NOODS RADIO
Check out all five episodes of our Noods Radio special, hosted by Matt Anniss and featuring mixes from JD Twitch, CP Smith, Titia, West Norwood Cassette Library and Porter Brook, plus brand-new interviews with Peter Duggal and Haider.
SALUTING THE ‘SALVADOR DALI OF RAVE’
As a new retrospective of Junior Tomlin’s visual work lands in bookstores, we salute the illustrator who arguably did more than anyone else to define the visual aesthetic of the rave era
BLEEPOGRAPHY: 06 – 100 HZ ‘LOW FREQUENCY OVERLOAD’
The latest edition of the Bleepography series sees Matt Anniss telling the tale of Londoners 100 Hz and their speedy response to Yorkshire Bleep, ‘Low Frequency Overload’… At the tail end of the 1980s, the UK was a divided country. The fault lines were varied: rich against poor; old against young; Conservative voters versus those … Continue reading BLEEPOGRAPHY: 06 – 100 HZ ‘LOW FREQUENCY OVERLOAD’