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​Across the UK, open decks events are making DJing more accessible for people of all skill levels. Here, Joseph Francis speaks to organisers and community members about how creating safe spaces to practise and learn can help boost confidence, encourage members of marginalised groups, unearth new talent, and even change the narrative around what makes a good DJ

Every first Thursday of the month, Lion Vibes record store in Brixton, South London hosts an open decks night. It’s a lowkey thing; punters rock...

Gut Level Sheffield launches fundraiser for new DIY space

Sheffield collective Gut Level have launched a fundraiser to help set up their new not-for-profit DIY space.


The LGBTQ+ focused group are hoping to raise...

Sheffield’s Gut Level announces Northern DIY club culture Barbican exhibition

Sheffield crew Gut Level are hosting an exhibition at London's Barbican Centre about DIY club culture in the North of England.


The queer-led DIY collective...

Gut Level Sheffield reopens in new temporary space 

Sheffield's Gut Level is back with a new temporary space after being forced out of their previous space in July. 


The queer-led DIY collective and...

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Sheffield's Gut Level has announced its imminent closure.

 

On July 1st, the queer-led DIY event space and collective shared the news on Instagram, citing...

Slowly but surely, dance music in northern England is rebuilding, and the past year has encouraged some promoters to rethink how they can make clubs...

“The clubs are coming back, pass it on!”

Like a whisper rippling through a crowd, excitement is mounting as venues prepare to reopen their doors...