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We chat to the go-to house vocalist of the moment

Miss Bee is the honeysweet go-to house vocalist of the moment

What's a half-naked girl got to do with Miss Moneypenny's home being bulldozed? We dunno either.

Bulldozers are preparing to tear down the Birmingham club home of world-renowned house brand Miss Moneypenny's.

The club is being demolished to make way for...

Special prices for Ortofon cartridges

Hard To Find Records have an exclusive deal going with Ortofon, offering these new Concorde-style DJ cartridges. They bring ease of use at a reasonable...

Redlight - the artist formerly known as Clipz - is flipping the dance script, shattering genres into a million pieces and pioneering a mongrel music...

As acolytes of electronic dance music, we tend to consider ourselves a fairly fortunate bunch. Within the panoply of different styles, genres and sub-strands, it's...

Fancy a night with the queen of electro-techno? We certainly do

Miss Kittin may have been a pole dancer in the past but when the sassy queen of electro-techno returns to London to play an...

Premiere: Maara ‘Take the Wheel Miss Sweetie’

Maara will release a new EP, ‘Spiral 2 the Other Side’, via London label X-Kalay this Friday, 1st July. Listen to ‘Take the Wheel Miss...

DJs look back to their early days

“My first gig was in 1994 at a squatted Salvation Army building opposite Hackney Town Hall on Mare Street. The building was called The Spiky Thing With Curves due to some of the sculptures on display, alongside a cafe and several rooms for bands and DJs. I had a selection of acid house/early hardcore vinyl, mostly acquired from the local Record & Tape Exchange.

The best looping sampler there is, this unit can take up to six loops and play them perfectly in synch. Also pitches to the BPM...

The best looping sampler there is, this unit can take up to six loops and play them perfectly in synch. Also pitches to the BPM...

Dance music community rebuilds Japan together

Red Dot Relief, teamed with the Japanese NGO Peace Boat, is a call to action across the dance music community to raise money and spread awareness...

We heart this Kangol and Married to the Mob collaboration.

Kangol team up with New York City women's streetwear label Married to the Mob to put out these rather dinky beanies that would make any...

Smartbar resident Ariel Zetina will release her second EP 'Organism' this week via Majía. Hear 'I Miss The Sea', a mesmerising fusion of house, techno...

Chicago-based DJ/producer Ariel Zetina makes music that is as thrilling as it is uncategorisable. With techno as the foundation, she delves into spheres of ambient...

The electro cut is taken from ‘Lost Tracks Vol. 2’, out 25th June on Josh Cheon’s Dark Entries...

Miss Kittin & The Hacker release ‘Lost Tracks Vol. 2’ on Josh Cheon’s Dark Entries label on 25th June. We’ve got the exclusive premiere of...

Launching at East Village 1st December

Red Bull are staging the UK debut of their new BPM DJ app.

Come and check out all the action at Shoreditch’s East Village on...

In this regular feature, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share the contents of their Bandcamp...

Record stores and clubs around the world are shut, and opportunities to find new music out in the wild have been ripped from under our feet...

Kasra on ten years of Critical Records

Back in 2002 on a sofa somewhere in North London, the concept of a new label was being brewed in the mind of a young DJ named Kasra, a hazy vision that became a reality after an intoxicated conversation with some colleagues.