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TR-707

The iconic units are now part of the plugin subscription service

Two iconic drum machines have been added to Roland’s Cloud synth subscription service. The 727 and the 707 aren’t quite as famous as the other...

The new microsite documents the creation of some of electronic music’s most iconic kit

Roland will turn 50 years old in 2022 and to celebrate they’ve launched a new website, covering the development and emergence of some of their...

Funkineven talks with DJmag.com about creating 'Rolands Jam'

It's hard to tell where the acid begins and the funks ends on 'Rolands Jam', the latest release from Funkineven out on Eglo Records, 18th...

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Point Blank are back with another deconstruction, this time with their Head of Education and Curriculum and master of Track Deconstructions, Ski Oakenfull. In the video...

Vancouver duo Minimal Violence released their debut album 'InDreams' this year via Ninja Tune, reuiniting rave and ferocious techno with a raw, punk foundation. DJ...

Combining the creative futurism of techno with the melodic buzz of disco, Inner City laid the template for upbeat dance music albums

That Detroit gave Motown to the world, two decades before it birthed techno, is a historical fact that if not exactly ignored by electronic music...

Mixed up in The Hague

It's impossible to overstate The Hague's impact on dance music. In the early '90s, this small city in northern Holland crafted a bastardised version of the sounds bubbling out of Detroit, a ravey mash of jacking house and techno that, at the time, sounded almost impossibly futuristic.

It’s true that house music would still exist if Marshall Jefferson hadn’t been around to guide it — but it’s equally correct to say that without Jefferson...

Memories fade over time, and what memories remain become more and more shaded by personal experiences and personal interests. That helps to explain, in part, why the story of...