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Free live stream party at WORK, London!

On Thursday 12th November, East London bass label Nervous Horizon is taking over our slick live stream venue, WORK, and attendance is FREE.

Featuring Wallwork...

Founded in 1991, Nervous Records was at the epicentre of New York’s house explosion. Three decades, and over 5,000 releases later, it’s still pumping out...

You can accomplish a lot in three decades, and Nervous Records, the pioneering New York label that’s marking 30 years in the dance music business...

Masked turntablist re-makes hip-hop album from the vaults

Jaguar Skills has been talking to DJ Mag about his latest project — the ''90s Hip-Hop Revisited' album. With this project, Jag Skills spent a...

A Hat-Trick!: Three is the magic number for Juno

For the third successive year DJmag readers have voted Juno Records as their favourite place to shop for vinyl, CDs and digital downloads.

"It's fantastic...

Hackney-based Nervous Horizon has established itself as one of the most exciting and forward-thinking club labels in London. For this month’s The Sound Of, two...

From the label of the same name, stock focuses on house, disco, avant-garde, minimalism, and punk 

A new record store, Ergot Records, has opened in Manhattan's East Village, New York, run by the label of the same name. 

The shop is...

The shop, simply known as The Store, is situated in the venue's cafe

Brooklyn hi-fi bar Public Records has opened an in-house record shop.

Known simply as The Store, the shop is based in the cafe area of...

The Hackney shop is giving away ten free records every Friday this month.

Hackney record shop Vinyl Pimp is clearing out its bargain bins by offering customers 10 free records during November.

In a post on Facebook, the...

After 32 years the shop, bar, and events space on Slater Street will not reopen due to disagreements with the landlord 

Treasured Liverpool record store 3b Records is to close at its current location, bringing its 32-year legacy on Slater Street to an end.

According to...

We pair M Audio’s new DSM3 monitors with the SBX10 subwoofer and stand back to observe the earth-shattering results...

Constantly on the look out for a powerful, project studio monitoring set-up DJmag thought it would take a look at M Audio’s DSM3 monitors married...

1,500 jobs have been saved by the deal... 

HMV has been bought by Canadian record store chain Sunrise Records, it was confirmed today.

The rescue ends over a month of uncertainty, and...

The store will break away from Cosmos Records London 

A new independent record store is set to open in London.

Placing a bigger focus on dance and reggae music, as well as 12″s and 7″...

Pioneer's new club speakers the GS-Wave and XY series

Pioneer continues to march forward

Hear the lead track ‘Xantho’ now

Ehua will release her new EP, ‘Aquamarine’, via TSVI and Wallwork’s Nervous Horizon next month.

Having debuted on the label’s third compilation in 2019, the...

Compilation of the Month: Various Artists ‘Nervous Horizon Vol. 4’

East London’s Nervous Horizon label crystallises its sonic signature on its fourth compilation, mutating dancehall rhythms into a post-industrial, experimental space

The name Nervous Horizon has begun to chime with contemporary life, implying a sense of foreboding for something that’s currently just out of view. Look...