Arts Aug29 2018, London

Dean Blunt – A Look Inside A Musical Outsider

European Echo’s biggest Dean Blunt fans, Owen Tanner and Peter Riddell, discuss their favourites from his discography – often seen as a struggle to navigate – in order to shine a light on the mysterious, compelling and prolific artist, and show that there’s something in there for everyone.

Arts Jan14 2018, London

‘Kinda Real, Kinda Ooh’ – PC Music and Post-Modernism

The intrinsic postmodernist ideal of reusing and recycling everything, fused with the neon billboards of London, the bombardment of advertisements in our shop windows, the quick-fixed intensity of everyday life, and the monopoly of corporations that dominate our TV and phone screens, has born a new genre of music: PC Music.

Arts Dec20 2017, Cardiff

Proportional Parties PT1: Jessie Belters and Blue Honey

In the first of a series of interviews about club representation in Europe, Owen Tanner talks to Andy Richards, who runs Blue Honey Cafe, a venue which hosts queer-friendly nights and women only DJ nights, and Jessie Belters, a DJ and promoter from Cardiff who runs Women, Wax and Digital Tracks, an all-female DJ showcase at Blue Honey, and Doppler.