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Woolford's glorious return to house music is an instant classic...

PAUL WOOLFORD 'UNTITLED'

“Intense and inspiring” is how Paul Woolford sums up 2013, although ‘inspired’ may be just as apt. From the quirky, funk-heavy bass...

Stalking Through The Shadows - Ninja Tune: 20 years young and fresher than ever

“It’s amazing, blimey, gosh, insert amazement, shock and awe!” smiles Ninja Tune’s Jonathan More, on the news that the imprint has nabbed the public vote...

It's been another bumper year for quality dancefloor tracks. Here's our discerning pick of the best...

Bicep, Koze and Woolford are just a few names that have become reassuringly prevalent in our end-of-year pages in recent times — and, yes, there's...

Best of North America Awards 2017

Exchange sits in the historic core of downtown Los Angeles, in what was formerly the Los Angeles Stock Exchange building. Brokers vacated in 1986 when...

Best of North America 2018

As downtown Los Angeles undergoes a cultural renaissance, Exchange LA remains one of its key nightlife institutions. The club owes much of its magic to...

Spanish producer Uner aims for the stars with his debut album

When you release tracks on Cadenza, Visionquest, Cocoon and Diynamic, you must have something special going on. Spanish DJ/producer Uner is one such person, and...

Premiere download dub of duo's latest

Unit7 burst onto the scene last summer, supported by their own label, WRHSmusic, and its inaugural release from Pusherman.

An eerie slice of dark...

Kevin Saunderson's latest instant classic

Detroit pioneer Kevin Saunderson has been having quite the renaissance of late.

In between banging out techno and house sets the world around, he's been...

DJmag.com has teamed up with house crew Kinky Malinki to find a top new producer. Make a tune, send it in, and if it's any...

DJmag has teamed up with sexy house label Kinky Malinki to find a talented up and coming producer.

Simply produce a tune, send it to...

Are the label giants moving into the hardware game? 

Ninja Tune appear to be building their own branded hardware delay unit. According to leaked photos from Gearporn.Berlin, the 'Zen Delay' is a multi-made delay...

Shanling MC3 System

Could this be the most uncompromising i-Pod/CD hi-fi system in the world? The MC3 from Shanling (available now £499 at shanling.com) is guaranteed to...

The original Tube MP preamp proved itself as the most popular external preamp in the world, is the new arrival a worthy follow-up?

'Love Songs: Part Two' drops 11th November...

Romare has announced his sophomore album 'Love Songs: Part Two' will drop 11th November via Ninja Tune, with a 2-track 12" proceeding it on 28th...

Listen to the dubstep pioneer's new slammer...

Skream has shared his latest track via his Soundcloud page overnight, titled 'This Love'.

Alongside the new track upload, Skream has written: “Made this last...

Groove Armada

To the uninitiated, Groove Armada's return to making underground house music might appear something of a change in direction. It is, of course, nothing of the sort. Andy Cato and Tom Findlay have found themselves, thanks to a solid decade of commercial success, stuffed clumsily into all manner of pigeon holes; from dance-pop to pop-dance to chill-out to stadium-dance to ragga-dance and any number of other sub genres you might care to mention.