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DIYNAMIC, LET'S GO OUTSIDE

DIYnamic stays sunny in 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD: ART CRIME 'OBSESSION'

Out on Phonica Records...

PREMIERE: BONTAN 'FIREFLY' + THE BEST OF BONTAN!

Out 8th June on Toolroom Records

WATCH RICHIE HAWTIN ROCK OUT TO 'BARBIE GIRL' IN THE BOILER ROOM

Plus David August, Solomun and Sven Väth

DJ MAG IS HEADING TO MALTA THIS SUMMER

9th August - Cafe Del Mar - Malta
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

HOW TO SIT VOCALS IN A MIX WITH GANESH SINGARAM (PHARRELL, KANYE WEST)

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VIDEO: CHECK OUT THE AUDIOFUSE SOUNDCARD

Arturia Audiofuse soundcard...

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DJ Control Air+

4 INCREDIBLE OUTDOOR CLUBBING EXPERIENCES

With Miller Genuine Draft

TOUR DIARY: UNER & TECHNASIA

One DJ that's found his turntable soulmate is Diynamic's Uner, who's teamed up with P

SOLID GROOVES & ABODE TEAM UP AT SANKEYS IBIZA

The London-based techno outfit sets sail to Sankeys with promoter pals, Abode...
'Ghost Mountain' - MERE FORMALITY - Pineal Sounds

"Producers that've come out of leftfield and planted themselves firmly on my radar with this tune."

New Palms - Kinlaw - Ramp Recordings

Peeking up over the precipice waving a gem of a record in their hands after a period of radio silence seems to be the preferred method of operation for Ramp Recordings of late. But in Kinlaw they’ve enlisted a producer who proves over the five tracks that he’s prepared to do weird properly. Titan strong basslines dominate brittle percussion and field recordings that sound like they’ve been fed through a dial-up modem and slowed down x48.

Mi A Raver feat The Ragga Twins - King Yoof - Sub Slayers

Here's a firing junglistic bassbin assault from the mighty King Yoof, featuring the legendary Ragga Twins vibing up the place like there's no tomorrow. The London-based producer drops heavily-delayed keys, blistering sampled breakbeats and dubby low-end for a booming soundsystem vibe that's guaranteed to get 'em throwing shapes in the dancehall. Sub Slayers has been a little quiet of late, but this is a hugely welcome return to the fray.