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Tribal Brothers

Tribal Brothers have announced a new EP on Livity Sound, 'Formation'.  


The release marks a return to the celebrated UK imprint for the London club...

Bristol’s Livity Sound label has crafted a distinctive style and sonic blueprint, drawing from dub techniques but impossible to categorise. Celebrating a decade in existence...

In 2011, the dust from the dubstep explosion was still up in the air. The initial UK wave had split between a formulaic festival sound...

Livity Sound releases new EP from Ukrainian producer Monotronique

Up next on Bristol label Livity Sound is Ukrainian artist Monotronique with a new EP called 'No Other Place Like Home,' out now. Listen to...

Bicep, Pearson Sound and DJ Deeon also set to play at Brixton club

London club Phonox have announced their line-up for the second quarter of 2016.

Highlights include Bicep on 1st April, Ninja Tune’s Seven Davis Jr. on...

Stay True Sounds logo on a pink background

South Africa’s biggest independent label is taking house music to new heights and changing the lives of local artists in the process. Alongside a mix of tracks from its catalogue, founder Kid Fonque speaks to Kitty Amor about the rise and rise of Stay True Sounds

Over the past six years, three words have come to dominate any conversation about South African electronic music: Stay True Sounds. Recognised as the biggest...

'Molten Mirrors - A Decade Of Livity Sound' arrives on 24th September

Livity Sound is celebrating its ten year anniversary with a new compilation.

Set for release on 24th September, 'Molten Mirrors - A Decade Of Livity...

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Amsterdam's City Council are considering imposing sound restrictions on festivals within Amsterdam city centre, it has been reported.

If the policy passes, festivals would...

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and...

Born from the now-defunct Parisian label Institubes, Sound Pellegrino is the brainchild of Teki Latex and Orgasmic, two DJs known for their wildly varied tastes...

Ableton Live 7 pricing

Live 7 is just around the corner and Ableton have confirmed the UK prices for the powerhouse sequencer. The full retail boxed version is £369...

UK producer Lange delivers an exquisite selection of melodic trance

"We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams." It's these resonating words — spoken by Willy Wonka in the original film...

Funktion One launch a stream of new powerful playmates

The new Resolution 1.5 features Funktion One's unique 5" cone for silky smooth top-end, and they've managed to cram in an uncompromised 18" sub into...

Pioneer DJ are taking the good fight onto the dance floor with their Pro Audio Speaker installs

 

Pioneer DJ are in a rather unique position, dominating the DJ booths in clubs all over the world, being a staple in every up and coming...

PSP Xenon limiter out now

If your studio mixes are lacking punch and sound quieter than everyone else's tunes, than chances are you need a bit of limiting in the...

Loops Of Fury's incredible electro-tech

From Brisbane, Australia and loved by cats such as Erol Alkan and Boys Noize, Loops Of Fury have been causing a commotion with their peak-time electro/techno/rave hybrid over the last couple of years. Signed to U&A Recordings, the guys are school pals who both discovered electronic music at around the same time in ‘93/’94 — “early Prodigy, Chems, hardcore and jungle”.

Derry-born DJ, producer and Céad label boss Or:la has had a remarkable journey so far, from throwing raves in abandoned buildings to playing the world's...

Becoming a DJ came to Orlagh Dooley in a dream. No, really. During her first year of university, Dooley had an epiphany, in the form...