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Compilations of the Year

The year's essential comp cuts!

It's impossible to ignore the way the web has changed the modes and mediums of music. MP3s at the click of a mouse and free...

Breakthrough UK label Invicta Audio celebrates its first birthday with a compilation of next-gen d&b fusions

Nominated for Best Breakthrough Label of 2020 at DJ Mag’s Best Of British awards, and scooping plaudits from UKF and DNB Arena, Invicta Audio is...

Seoul club Cakeshop launches its in-house label, Carousel Records, with a mammoth compilation of local and international talent

‘8 Years of Cakeshop’ snarls and fizzes menacingly in its opening seconds, evoking memories of late nights on sweaty dancefloors with a smoke machine masking...

DJ Mag's tunes of the year

2014 was the year house heads reignited their love for melody. While shufflers continued to go wild for garage, a new generation have reared their...

Win a copy of 'Fabric 61'

It’s been a thrilling year for Visionquest, both the label and the Detroit DJ and production foursome of Seth Troxler, Lee Curtiss,...

2012's definitive list of long-players

Featuring Hot Chip, Actress, Guy Gerber, TEED and more..

Listen to a piece of The BPM Festival...

Vatos Locos imprint head, Hector, mixes the ‘X: 10 Years of The BPM Festival’ compilation album, due out 6th January 2017.

‘X: 10 Years...

LP features Total Science, Spectrasoul and more...

Bristolian DJ/producer Break is set to release a new 12-track compilation to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his label, Symmetry Recordings.

Known as one of...

It features unreleased music from Nina Kraviz, Daniel Avery, Marcel Dettmann, Call Super, Anastasia Kristensen, Margaret Dygas, Special Request and more

fabric have announced a special two-part compilation which forms part of their mammoth 20th anniversary celebrations. 

The London club is hosting 17 events in celebration...

From the tragic loss of punk-rave pioneer Keith Flint to a resurgence in the sense of community in dance music, this year, and indeed the...

2019 has been a year, hasn’t it? With the seemingly inescapable doom and gloom of the world, political tensions and the increasing urgency of saving...

John Talabot, Julio Bashmore & Hot Since 82 are all up...

London party mainstays The Hydra have just announced their second wave of talent set to storm the newly-enhanced Studio Spaces E1 in the coming months...

January has come and gone and with it, the year’s tech has been teased, trialled and tested. We run down the tech that will dominate...

The NAMM conference may not be on the tip of the tongue of every musician and producer across the world, but it’s likely where the...

Watch a teaser for the BBC documentary...

David Bowie is set to be the subject of a new BBC documentary which will be aired in January 2017, titled David Bowie: The Last...

Band confirm “violent-sounding” album to drop late in 2014

The Prodigy have confirmed that their next album, their sixth — the follow-up to 2009's 'Invaders Must Die' — will be released at the end...

The year's most memorable selections...

Despite the free music market we live in today, 2013 coughed up another smorgasbord of good quality comps from clubs, labels and collectives committing to...