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DJ Hype — a true soldier of the dnb scene

DJ Hype has hosted his Playaz night at Fabric in London on the last Friday of the month for the last 13 years. He's held his Kiss radio show for 18 years straight and still manages to find time to DJ all over the world – spreading the 360 drum & bass gospel.

Hypercolour to take over Great Suffolk St

Flagship house label Hypercolour will invade Great Suffolk Street Warehouse on Saturday 11th August for a takeover featuring Groove Armada, Todd Edwards,...

Fresh as a daisy, Hype is the kind of underground label that makes us smile!

Not to be put off by the fact that Topshop are big fans, Hype. releases bold prints, jazzy patterns and currently has the full backing of young and stylish types.

<p>Franck Roger is the man behind the Real Tone label and new Home Invasion imprint...</p>

The first time he heard ‘Promised Land’ by Joe Smooth, says 38-year-old French DJ/producer Franck Roger, he was desperate to find out everything he could...

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On Bromance Records - plus download free mix

It seems the gods have blessed us and slipped us a little bundle from the future. Brodinski & Manu Barron's label, Bromance Records, has returned in full force with a smack-in-the-face mini LP entitled 'Hyper Reality' from French native Panteros666.

With a new mix album out we catch up with breakbeat dj/producer Hyper.

DJ/producer Hyper is the enfant terriblé of breakbeat. Bringing a fired-up, punk juggernaut to the live stage with his band, he's one of the first...

Guests include Patti Smith, Young Fathers & Ghostpoet...

British Summer Time Hyde Park have announced that Massive Attack are to host a huge live show this summer, set to take place on 1st...

The free, monthly party takes over a Soho basement space from 20th January

Joy Orbison is set to launch a new party in London.

A couple of months on from sharing a new track, 'red velve7,' the DJ...

Industrial strength: finding hope at Sheffield’s No Bounds festival

Centred around Sheffield’s Hope Works club, No Bounds festival’s sixth edition in October mixed cutting-edge rave NRG and thought-provoking art with a community-building ethos. With the help of founder Liam O’Shea, artistic curator Amy Carter Gordon, and club residents Gracie T and 96 Back, Eoin Murray reports back on the inspiring weekender, and learns the story of its spiritual home as it celebrates its 10th anniversary

“Without hope we're fucked,” says Liam O’Shea, founder of Sheffield club Hope Works, and director of No Bounds festival. “Hope can be different things at...

Soul Jazz's definitive dubstep dossier

As the murky underground excavations of dubstep gain in popularity, morphing and warping into myriad new forms, the genre is in ruder health than ever...

Joy Orbison's debut, 'Hyph Mngo', is 10 years old. DJ Mag reflects on a track that signalled a seismic shift in UK dance music

“Big, big, big.” It’s June 25th 2009, and one hour into his still-pirate Rinse FM show, Blackdown is jittery. An unmastered new track is drifting...

Nina Kraviz, Ricardo Villalobos, Tale of Us, Adam Beyer and Pan-Pot will appear in the epic...

HYTE's 24-hour NYE rave timetable has been revealed for Funkhaus in Berlin, which looks set to be a celebration of the breadth and variety in...

Running the musical gamut from minimal techno to abstract hip-hop, dubstep to Baile funk, via ska, electro pop, house and Balearica, Sonar truly has something...

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Can Matt Edwards, aka Radio Slave, really do no wrong? Not content with simply knocking out the funkiest techno and most mind-twisting house with...

Claptone has undoubtedly become one of the biggest names in house music over the past few years, even claiming the Highest House title in last...

"I'm a loner. I’m happy alone,” says Claptone. When he speaks — always in earnest, mostly with a sombre tone — you’re never sure whether this mysterious...