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The remix, originally made in 2009, finally gets its first full release

Thom Yorke has unveiled a second remix of the late MF DOOM's 2009 track 'Gazzillion Ear'. 

The 'Man On Fire' remix originally dates back to...

The track appears on Pritchard’s new album ‘Under the Sun’

Mark Pritchard has shared a new song ‘Beautiful People’, featuring Thom Yorke.

The song, which was premiered on BBC Radio 1 yesterday, appears on the...

Sónar 2018 just got a whole lot better...

Sónar’s line-up was already looking pretty stacked with the likes of LCD Soundsystem, the Gorillaz and Bicep all set to help the Barcelona-based festival celebrate...

The record was on sale in Phonica and Sounds Of The Universe

Four Tet, Burial and Thom Yorke have dropped a new project.

Earlier this week, Phonica and Sounds Of The Universe record stores shared a plain...

The 'Best Original Song' shortlist is here...

The Oscars have revealed the shortlists for Best Original Song and Best Original Score ahead of the nominations, for the first time since 1979.

The...

Radiohead frontman says recent effort "too dark"...

During his co-hosting of Benji B's BBC Radio 1 show last night, Thom Yorke hinted at forthcomin collaborative work with experimental UK producers Four Tet...

The "Hexadome" will host 360-degree installations and live performances from Ben Frost, Thom Yorke and Tarik Barri, Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst and more...

Berlin’s Institute for Sound and Music has revealed plans for its "Hexadome" exhibition. 

The exhibition, which will open in Berlin at Martin-Gropius-Bau on 29th March...

Actress, Lone and Untold at Them, Corsica Studios

There’s a charming lack of pretension to Corsica Studios. It’s a maze of corridors, a pair of dark rooms filled with little more than speakers, smoke and sweaty bodies, a bar that’s never less than nine-deep and a chilly smoking area. And it’s all tucked under a railway arch, in Elephant & Castle – a place that makes south Detroit look like a Babylonian garden.

Trailertrash & Nuke Them All 12 hour rave marathon

This Saturday 13th November sees a massive rave-face off that's liable to melt your face off as East End favourites Trailertrash and Nuke Them All ...

The original Brighton cake chucker



As soon as Cakeboy, aka Paul Croler, went to a rave in the mid-‘90s, he left his heavy metal band behind — and drum-kit — in Derbyshire and moved to Brighton. 


Sunday School for Degenerates Comes to NYC

Hedonistic house massive Sunday School for Degenerates, famed for their scandalous parties at Miami's Pawn Shop Lounge, are descending on New York City for two...

We investigate the experimental electronic music festival

Unsound Festival is an annual forward thinking celebration of experimental music and art that's based in Poland, with a New York offshoot that's just wrapped...

We chat all tings RBMA with T Williams

RBMA has just wrapped up another successful season in New York. DJmag went along stateside to join up with some of the guys and gals in the second session to discuss all things musical and to soak up the vibrant atmosphere in the Big Apple…

Cider brand offers enticing roving festival prize

Festivals and cider go together like crusties and dreadlocks, so the competition currently being run by Brothers (apparently the fastest growing cider brand in the...

We catch up with the DJ/producer

Tom Middleton has done it all. With productions under a dizzying array of aliases, he's also a formidable DJ, and has put his name to...