NEWS "Mica Paris Sings Ella Fitzgerald": UK's soul queen to perform at Islington Assembly Hall

Mica Paris is performing at the Islington Assembly Hall this Sunday, the 11th of November. This special event will see the soulstress perform the songs of American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald. Last year, Mica recorded the EP "Mica Sings Ella", a tribute to the late artist that featured covers of the...READ MORE

FEATURES Genre Focus: Witch House

In the world of contemporary music, originality is king. With technological opportunity and musical innovation at an all-time high, new and experimental sounds are being created at an unprecedented pace. The life-span of a style or genre is growing increasingly short: musical movements can flourish and recede in the space...READ MORE

FEATURES EXTENDED PLAY: YouTube Music: is there a future for the streaming service?

Internet giant Google have been dabbling in the music world since their digital distribution service Google Play Music launched in 2011, and though it’s not enjoyed quite the same levels of popularity as rivals Spotify and Apple Music, it remains a major player in the streaming market, thanks in part...READ MORE

FEATURES Mica Paris on MN2S: “Versatile, consistent and professional”

We invited long-standing MN2S Client and soul queen Mica Paris to chat about her fruitful relationship with MN2S. MN2S has spoken with singer, actress, and TV personality Mica Paris backstage at Manchester’s Palace Theatre, where she is currently taking the lead role in a production of hit musical Fame. Discussing her...READ MORE

FEATURES New Music Friday: Dat Brass, Todd Terry, Bad Bunny, Davido, Juice WRLD

In our brand-new column New Music Friday, we’re giving you a weekly round-up of new music from our extensive roster of artists. Kicking things off this week, there’s a brand-new LP from Dat Brass, a killer track from Todd Terry, and high-profile collaborations from Bad Bunny, Davido and Juice WRLD.

FEATURES MN2S Meets: Tropical Disco Records

MN2S sits down with Tropical Disco's very own Tim Burnett and Alex Sartori. To talk through their latest release, ‘Tropical Disco Edits Vol. 6’ and their gilded DJing history. ‘Tropical Disco Edits Vol. 6’ is available to pre-order now – get a copy 

NEWS Can you feel it? How Marshall Jefferson helped Dance music conquer the world

Marshall Jefferson features in BBC’s house music documentary “Can You Feel It – How Dance Music Conquered the World”   House music mastermind Marshall Jefferson has featured in a new BBC documentary on the rise of dance music. The three-part programme, next airing on BBC Four on Friday 21st September,...READ MORE

NEWS Ghetto-house titan DJ Slugo drops retrospective LP ‘The Archive’

Ghetto-house titan DJ Slugo drops retrospective LP ‘The Archive’ Revered producer, DJ and forefather of Chicago’s ghetto-house scene has released a new album. The six-track collection is a selection of unreleased productions that have been plucked straight from the vaults and presented for your listening pleasure. Featuring contributions from ghetto-house royalty...READ MORE

FEATURES Famous Five: Classic Drum Machines

In this week's 'Famous Five', we take a look at five of the most iconic drum machines that helped transform the sound of pop, house, techno and hip-hop. Roland TR-808 No history of the drum machine (or history of contemporary music, for that matter) would be complete without a mention of Roland’s...READ MORE

FEATURES Talent Profiles: American Actors

In our new series ‘Talent Profiles’, we shine a much-deserved spotlight on some of the biggest names that MN2S have worked with. Ranging from actors to sportspersons, models to celebrity chefs, there’s no niche that our extensive roster doesn’t cover. This week we’re highlighting the talents of five exceptionally talented...READ MORE

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