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JOHN DAHLBÄCK TALKS NEW COLLAB WITH BENNY BENASSI

Quick fire Q&A about "Blink Again"

JOCKEY JOURNAL: DYRO REVEALED ON TOUR

Dyro's Providence recount of Revealed North America Bus Tour with Hardwell and Dannic

DAVE I.D. NEW EP

Plus Record Store Day Front 242 remix 12" & NTS Show

JOCKEY JOURNAL: HARDWELL REVEALED ON TOUR

Hardwell's Boston recount of Revealed North America Bus Tour with Dannic and Dyro

EMERGING IBIZA FESTIVAL AND THE FUTURE ISLAND STARS

Dictate the future sound of Ibiza
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

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BRODANSE’S DANCE COLLABORATIONS

Brodanse spill the beans on working with the almighty Groove Armada…

PANTHA DU PRINCE: ABLETON EXPERIMENTS

Watch Pantha Du Prince experimenting with Ableton Live...

CLOCKWORK’S TOP 5 MIAMI HOT SPOTS

Miami Music Week tick down

CHATTIN' BREEZE: FIELD DAY

Field Day, Saturday 7/8th Sunday June, Victoria Park London

CONTEST: JOSEPH CAPRIATI VIP PACKAGE IN NYC

Four tickets to Capriati’s 12-hour set and more
Love Repetitive Rhythmics - Baz Luzhra - All City

The ever-consistent beat cornucopia that is Dublin-based All City, occasional home to Daedelus, Machinedrum, Onra and XXXY, drop their first release for 2014 with a new non de plume for Canada’s The Cyclist. Think Mylo but on a very very good day, and you’ll get the feeling: the warm fuzzy glow of '80s house, disco and electro all wrapped up in a sleazy soul-glo box. Infectious.

Jambalaya - Rapper Big Pooh - Hall of Justus

Nice, tight 150 seconds of phatness from 9th Wonder on the mix, RBP customarily flowing freaky, 9th pulling all the right simple tricks at all the right moments. Not groundshaking but strangely addictive. 

Life - R-A-G - Lux Rec

The R-A-G techno super-group - Aroy Dee, G Strings and Ma Spaventi - deliver a low-slung killer for Lux. Less pre-occupied with the musical finesse of their releases for Dee’s label, ‘Life’ opens with the build-up drums and acid climaxes of ‘Disorder’. Spaventi lends his unique touch to ‘Repression’, bringing the menacing bass to the fore, while ‘OD’ stands out thanks to the tape hiss and its murderous bassline, which gradually recoils like a panther stalking its prey.

She Weirds Me Out - h2so4 - self released

Interesting noises on a Kraftwerkian groove with the result sounding a little like a dancified Spiritualised. Comes with a Dub that some more inventive DJs could put to good use.