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The creepy synth sounds of horror movie soundtracks by Goblin, Fabio Frizzi and John Carpenter have proven hugely influential on modern electronic music. DJ Mag...

But whilst these cheap horror films with their copious sex and violence might not have brought about the nation’s moral decay, they have wormed their...

Photography exhibition and disco parties are go

Mirror balls at the ready! To celebrate the release of the forthcoming compilation, 'Deep Disco Culture Volume 2', out 19th November on Suss'd Records, an...

Sean Brosnan & crew hits Sands and Space every Tuesday in 2012

While the sound of nu-disco inevitably suffered as its popularity grew and attracted copycats, the 'Future Disco' compilations have continued to skim off...

With Gatto Fritto on 19th October

After a summer break Disco Biscuit return to Bar 512, Kingsland Road, on Saturday 19th October for a much-anticipated appearance by Gatto Fritto, aka London based DJ and producer Ben Williams.

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Northern Disco Lights is the secret story of the Norwegian disco scene as told by UK record label Paper Recordings.  

Featuring interviews with dance...

James Murphy and Pat Mahoney's awesome Fabric mix

Known to most as the man behind LCD Soundsystem, James Murphy also runs the DFA Records stable out of New York alongside Tim Goldsworthy. Both...

The HMD crew drop a “cosmic mini break” ahead of Croatia’s Soundwave festival in July...

Horse Meat Disco have delivered an hour of Soundwave festival-fuelled disco power for this week’s DJ Mag podcast. You can listen to it below.

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Snag the free track to celebrate 50K Facebook fans

New York City’s The Disco Fries are the electronic duo custom-built for Generation Dance Music. Due to a forward-thinking aptitude for genre-bledning, the pair -...

Boogie nights and disco dayz

Boogie nights and disco dayz from Norway's Proviant Audio

 After Daft Punk's hook-up with Nile Rodgers from Chic produced ultimate ear worm 'Get Lucky', 2013 was hailed as the year of disco — but the tunes to back up that lofty claim have been a bit lacking. Daft Punk's subsequent album was disappointing, and the brand-new nu disco sounds to fill the void left by boring deep house haven't really materialised. Until now.


Róisín Murphy is back with her fifth solo album, ‘Róisín Machine’. Carl Loben catches up with her to talk artistic exhibitionism, lockdown videos, her early...

When Róisín Murphy performed at the massive 10,000-capacity queer warehouse rave Homobloc in November, she was readying her latest solo album, ‘Róisín Machine’ — her...

For their second album, Hamburg's disco-sampling duo Session Victim decamped to San Francisco and discovered a new way of working with analogue synths, drum machines...

It's great dance music is so big now that your mum hums Disclosure. What isn't so great is that because dance music is so popular...

We chat to the Dublin-born Hoya:Hoya resident to learn more about his penchant for the vocal, love of New York dance music — and the...

Freshly signed to Rinse with a massive tune set to run dancefloors and radios this spring, and with huge tracks for Kerri Chandler's Madtech doing the rounds, Krystal Klear's disco-informed house is more in vogue than ever

At secret East London location on Saturday 25th February

The digestive, the Hobnob, that pink wafer one... there are many biscuits that have made their mark on the world but few have touched our...