Welcome to our fabulous Friday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got Theo Parrish organizing a sidewalk vinyl sale and calling attention to the lack of dancing at some parties, a remembrance of fallen DJ Kemistry, and Art Department share their story. Read this way for our complete wrap-up.
– Theo Parrish’s Sound Signature label is having a vinyl sidewalk sale, along with a house-dancing competition, creating awareness around the lack of dancing at certain events. “Everyone knows there are far too many phones on the dancefloor,” said Parrish in a statement. (full story)
– “Kemistry was my muse – she was a massive influence on me,” says Goldie, in a new Mixmag remembrance of the deceased drum & bass DJ (born Kemi Olusanya) who passed away 15 years ago today. Read the complete interview here: (full story)
– Art Department’s Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White chat about the many hats they wear in “I AM,” a new series on OneBeat that examines the diverse roles artists can play. Watch it below. (full story)
– Electro vet DMX Krew will release a new Shape Shifting Shaman album at the end of May. Fact has got some new music and an interview here: (full story)
– The latest April edition of KCRW’s Saturday night show Metropolis has got Maceo Plex, Tensnake, Little Dragon, Flume, Todd Terje, and more. Tune in here: (full story)
– Finally, 50 Weapons’ own Addison Groove takes us on a tour of his Bristol-based studio and describes how his live gear seamlessly integrates into his set-up. Watch it below. (full story)
Lead image: Mixmag