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The Low End Theory

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A Tribe Called Quest have reissued their classic 1991 album 'The Low End Theory'.

Originally released on 24th September 1991, the New York hip hop...

Dirtybird take their low end theory on the road

If there’s been one trend that’s wheedled its way into all corners of electronic music in the last two years, it’s bass. Indecent ladles full of the stuff, speaker stacks positively groaning with the strain of lowdown, filling-rattling subsSan Francisco’s techno overlord Claude VonStroke is incubating a nest full of underground club killers in 2012, set to hatch and dive-bomb clubs Angry Birds-style

A Tribe Called Red’s ‘pow-wow-step’ thrills and excites

Did Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus ‘discover’ America 500-odd years ago? No! He may have been one of the first white men to open up the...

Danny McMillan

Following an early career running proto-jungle label, Strictly Underground, Danny McMillan broke through in the late '90s scene while working for Rennie Pilgrem's seminal nu-school...

The computer giant announced this week it's developing its own chips for all its hardware

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In this tutorial, Point Blank show how you can beef up the low-end of your mix whilst mastering a track in Logic Pro, by comparing...

In the U.S. music fans are eagerly awaiting the safe return of clubs and festivals, but there are risks to consider before going back to...

It’s been a heavy year — one many wish to shake off, preferably in an invigorating bath of strobe lights, lazers and amplified sound. Those...

Sheffield up-and-comers drop for Durkle Disco...

Denham Audio serve up a low-slung cut of solid gold bass music in 'Break Dat Thang'.

The Sheffield trio have been rising through the ranks...

JBL's new LSR2300 studio monitors are designed for home production systems where precision bass is a must.

Their elliptical tweeter recess and some clever measuring techniques are designed to make them sound accurate for precise mixing.


They're amplified so are easy to...

London's longest-serving Techno night, Lost.

As one half of Basic Channel, Mark Ernestus has one of the most influential back catalogues in electronic music. And just as Basic Channel releases were as eagerly anticipated as Santa dropping down the chimney with a sack of white labels for the techno cognoscenti during the 1990s, so Ernestus’ rare DJ appearances are almost as mythical an event. Or to put it another way, if you were to book him, you probably wouldn’t stick him in a back bar at the end of the night.

We catch up with the Miller SoundClash Finalists

It feels like a lot has happened since Miller SoundClash took over Las Vegas for the second successive year. We caught up with the 2015...

Paul van Dyk talks to DJ Mag about his new album and touring AV show

 

“Obviously, it lends itself very well to starting the show with a ‘big bang’.” Paul van Dyk is talking about the cosmic trigger...

Be a linchpin to Henry Saiz’s new album...

“Reality is for those who are not strong enough to confront their dreams” is the mantra behind Henry Saiz’s new online album project, ‘We...

The track was released back in August

Calvin Harris has shared a new video, breaking down the production process behind his collaborative track with The Weeknd, 'Over Now'.

The Scottish DJ and...

Sir Jimmy speaks out about the DJmag top 100

After speaking with Sir Jimmy Saville to hear his thoughts on the campaign that’s currently underway to score him a place in this year’s DJmag...