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Eats Everything enlists three emerging artists for the ‘Breakthrough Beats’ EP on his Edible label. Hear Dubliner George Feely’s ‘Make My Heart Sing’ now

Eats Everything’s Edible label will release a new V/A EP this week, featuring three dancefloor-focused cuts from emerging talent.

Spotlighting three of his favourite rising...

Free track from 'Statement EP' on Body Work

Mancunian DJ and producer CVNT make what he calls ‘VOGUE GRYME FUTUR HOUZE’, which for the uninitiated is a mixture of New York ballroom, US house music and various strains of UK bass.

Celebrating twenty years at Radio 1

It's almost impossible to imagine the changes in dance music that Pete Tong has seen since he first stepped up to the decks as a...

Fresh Kicks 178: Amy Dabbs

Amy Dabbs records a mix of uplifting, festival-ready house for the Fresh Kicks series, and speaks to Kamila Rymajdo about overcoming uncertainty to seize her moment as a DJ and producer

London-born Amy Dabbs grew up around music. On the way to school, her dad — a Northern soul DJ from Blackpool — would play Motown...

Karaoke party gear from Kam

Get ready for a night of drunken sing-song with this complete karaoke party pack from Kam . In the box is a pair of KDM...

Berlin-based Irishman serves up a lo-fi percussive workout with a hypnotic edge on SHMLSS’ XXX imprint...

Brian Ring makes that kind of nourishing house music you could listen to all day.

With releases notched up over the years on labels like...

The heavily-teased new mixer is '30 years in the making'

Behringer have announced WING, a futuristic new mixing console. The new device features eight MIDAS preamps, 24 motorised 100mm faders, 11 colour TFT screens to...

Arp Solina String ensemble Synth

King DJ’s new album 'Let Me See You Feel' is out now on Bearfunk. DJ Mag wanted to know what he Can’t Live Without…

Nobody does the steamy sex-groove better than Chicago don K’Alexi Shelby...

K’Alexi is certainly proper house music’s most prolific exponent at the moment, with no qualms about declaring himself the Acid King on his latest 12-inch...

We talk to the production wiz

Rhys Adams – groove hound DJ extraordinaire and reggae-obsessed producer – makes up half of reggaecentric beat fiends Yes King alongside Mark Rae. Bringing his...

Masters At Work and Ron Trent are also involved

King Britt has revealed the list of guests for the upcoming autumn term of his Blacktronika: Afrofuturism In Electronic Music course at the University Of California...

The New Jersey-born comic says she is “100% the Night Czar for all Londoners”

Amy Lamé has been appointed as the London Night Czar by Sadiq Khan.

The London Mayor announced Lamé’s position at Soho’s 100 Club this morning...

Premiere: Amy Dabbs ‘Four Track Mind’

Amy Dabbs has launched own Dabbs Traxx label with a new EP, ‘Four Track Mind’. Check out the title track below. 


Following releases on labels...

Check out V-Moda's new limtied edition Zinc Alloy Headphones

V-Moda are back with a new In-Ear-Headphone that is designed to really show off the beauty of sound.

A press shot of Flume in a striped jumper, holding a bunch of white flowers against an orange backdrop

Caught between the demands of being an internationally-renowned performer and his desire for a quiet life, Australian producer Flume found balance upon returning to his homeland. Amongst nature, and with a restored sense of wellbeing, he completed his most ambitious album to date, 'Palaces'. Megan Venzin learns its story

Flume fills arenas, smashes stage props with sledgehammers, and builds booming soundscapes with the high-tech gear that fills his ever-expanding studio. Harley Edward Streten, on...