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Get ready for a host of new creative DJing opportunities with Ableton Link

Creative DJing and DJ performances are going to be the next big thing, forget the old adage about digital DJs not doing much, standing around pushing a single button, as the new wave of innovations and kit is making sure that the lines between traditional DJing and live performance blur as DJs explore new avenues of making the dance floor rock.

House cat Huxley clinches the producer prize after a stellar debut album...

It is fitting that Huxley has been made to wait for our coveted Best Producer award until this year. You could argue that the Tring...

A chemical coating might put a stop to scratches, warps and static...

A new nano-scale chemical coating for vinyl from a Japanese company called Ulvac may put an end to scratched records.

Last week the company unveiled...

Richie Hawtin, Ellen Allien and Steffi are amongst those looking for an answer... 

Is technology helping or hurting DJs? A new documentary by Telekom Electronic Beats looks to answer this question. 

Taking the form of a round table...

Disclosure

Dance fans are a fickle bunch. There’s nothing more liable to herald accusations of ‘selling out’ than finding your records bothering the top 40. So when you’re as likely to hear a record being sung by heaving crowds on a Friday night in Oceana as you are in Fabric, you know you’ve got something pretty special on your hands.

That house DJ/producer Josh Butler is going places fast — and it's clear you agree!

Despite citing Tiësto’s 'Delerium (In Search of Sunrise Remix)' as one of his most formative record purchases, Josh Butler’s own music couldn’t be further from...

Groove Armada

To the uninitiated, Groove Armada's return to making underground house music might appear something of a change in direction. It is, of course, nothing of the sort. Andy Cato and Tom Findlay have found themselves, thanks to a solid decade of commercial success, stuffed clumsily into all manner of pigeon holes; from dance-pop to pop-dance to chill-out to stadium-dance to ragga-dance and any number of other sub genres you might care to mention.

Best of North America Awards 2017

For all its Hollywood glitz and glamour and bottle service bullshit, Los Angeles still lays claim to a thriving underground bass scene today. You can...

Cr2 are launching a new membership service for DJs and Producers

Record Label and Sample Pack providers CR2 have just launched a new membership service for DJs and Producers who want to jump on board the CR2 sample pack train

Best of North America 2018

This Brooklyn-based producer and DJ has been floating around the electronic atmosphere for some time, dropping fresh remixes and garnering attention from major labels like...

The use of ghost producers is seen as cheating by many in dance music, but producers have been working with studio collaborators and engineers for...

In an era when misdirection and mistruth is commonplace, its seems natural to question the authenticity and authorship of the music we love. If an...

David 'Disco D' Shayman found dead in New York...

David 'Disco D' Shayman, an up and coming hip hop producer who
worked with 50 Cent on his 2005 album 'The Massacre', has been found...

Win a year subscription to Cr2 Platinum Producer Membership Service

The guys behind Sample Tools, Cr2 are offering a handful of lucky DJs and Producers a cool way to kick off 2016 with £100 worth of sample tools as well as a couple of free memberships for the new Platinum Producer Membership Service

Brian Eno

A documentary about Brian Eno’s career, featuring "groundbreaking generative technology”, is currently in the works.


Directed by Gary Hustwit, 'Eno' will feature hundreds of hours of...

Sick basslines aplenty

Breakbeat and bass music badman ILS is a master of baleful bassline building. Here he hips us on how he transformed Prof Green's 'Remedy' into a low-end beast...