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Electronic music Pioneers to showcase entire back catalogue in the Turbine Hall.

Kraftwerk have announced that they will be taking over the Turbine Hall at London's Tate Museum of Modern Art, performing their entire back catalogue over a series of 8 dates.

Reloop go back to the future with their new Tape recording device.

Reloop have gone back to the future with their new Tape recording device. Designed and shaped like a tape cassette, Tape lets DJs record...

Mind Against, Recondite and Thugfucker are also set to hit Miami’s Art Basel in December...

Tale of Us have revealed that they will take their Afterlife concept party to Miami on Saturday 3rd December, for an event that will take...

The festival is moved to February...

Wonderfruit Festival, that was slated to be held in December, has been moved to 16th through 19th February 2017 in Pattaya, Thailand featuring...

Ahead of a new tour and album, the visionary Manchester crew recall the making and impact of their acid house classic...

Graham Massey and Andy Barker take their places at a table in the first floor restaurant at Manchester arts institution HOME, just a stone’s throw away...

The streams will be taking place throughout this week

A series of streams for late DJ Alex T are taking place this week to raise money for Meningitis Now.

Throughout this week, DJs will be...

Avalon's Friday party gives away recordings of key shows

Rapidly approaching its fifth anniversary is Avalon's Friday night party, Control. Broadcasting many of the best sets from the club, via Evolution iHeart Radio, you can now hear and download these from Control's SoundCloud.

Pioneer's latest box of tricks the DDJ-SX2 aims to make its mark in the controller wars. But does it measure up?

The rate that DJing technology is moving at the moment is nothing short of breathtaking. Long gone are the days when a single new CDJ...

10 tunes that inspired Codes

Cracking the proverbial cypher of sound isn’t as simple as say, remembering the code to your gym locker. Making it look stress-free is New York’s...

How Ticketscript can help you connect with your fans

Ticketscript confirmed its position as the European leader in online, mobile and social ticketing solutions last month when it was picked from over 2,500 entrants...

Independents Day is ready to roll

The UK is world famous for its independent record labels. Names like Buzzin' Fly, Ninja Tune and 20:20 Vision are all synonymous with quality: small...

From the London Remix Festival

Dance music producers have always used samples, but it's increasingly hard to find some good original sample sources to use. The fact that an original artist can take a sizeable chunk of your track's royalties if it's successful and detected, and that sample packs can lead to everyone using the same sounds means that producers need to start going one step further to keep originality in their productions.

Matias Aguayo unleashes his Latin spirit

Talking to Chilean-born, German-raised techno producer Matias Aguayo about his new album 'Ay Ay Ay', out now on Kompakt, it's almost impossible not to become...

The renowned DJ and event organizer picks 10 of his favourites

Gary Richards is a man of many talents. A figure in the electronic music community since the 1990s, he’s made himself dance music’s renaissance man, aiding...

San Francisco label embarks on Dirtybird Players tour

Eleven years ago, four beat freaks came together to transform San Francisco’s house music scene. Made up of label boss Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, Christian Martin and Worthy, the fun-loving producers became what is today one of the most well known dance music labels, Dirtybird.