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In his first interview under the Trance Wax moniker, Ejeca tells us about the origin of the project, uniting young clubbers and older ravers, and...

Taking classics from trance’s golden age and recontextualising them for the modern dancefloor? In the wrong hands, this concept could spell danger: crass, overly nostalgic...

The new names join headliners The Chemical Brothers in Cornwall in August...

Boardmasters has announced the second wave of artists to play the festival, which runs from Wednesday 8th to Sunday 12th August on Fistral Beach in...

A rare look inside the elusive, musical minds of Italojohnson

ItaloJohnson are real party starters. That is basically all we know about the mysterious Berlin based trio, but it’s all we need to know.

Whether...

Geordie rave promoters Wax:On have pulled off a real coup and launched their very own boutique festival.

On Saturday 31st May, in the palatial confines of Lotherton Hall, Leeds, the first Wax:On Live takes place, and they've secured some top-notch talent to...

Nixwax returns to Plan B to celebrate 6th vinyl release

Formed in 2011 to focus more on timeless dance music than passing flash-in-the-pan fads, Nixwax takes inspiration from the various avenues – disco, techno, house – currently explored within UK bass music today.

Via Ferry Corsten's Flashover Recordings

Ferry Corsten and Trance Wax have released a collaborative single.

Dutch trance legend Ferry Corsten is no stranger to collaborations, and his latest in the...

Rob Insinna is a man steeped in disco knowledge.

First cropping up on Munk's Gomma imprint, Headman served as a familiar face of the electroclash movement during the mid-'00s, continuing to craft “nu” forms of disco, riffing on Italo, acid house and techno influences on Relish, the label he set up in 2001, and he's refused to go away — thankfully.

A trance star in the making...

Jason Ross is one of the true rising stars in dance music. He’s been chosen by Above & Beyond for a collaboration on the club...

Dance music icon looks back

Whether as Lionrock, The Prankster, Revtone or most recently The Deadstock 33s ('Underneath The Pines' out this month), Justin Robertson has been making his mark on dance music since his Manchester uni years. The man behind Most Excellent at The Haçienda during the early '90s and a Bugged Out! resident since the beginning — and still now — these days you'll catch him sporting sailor stripes, a twisted moustache and a tweed jacket at any number of trendy jaunts across the capital most weekends, either in the booth or in the thick of the dancefloor.

Wax Lyrical With Claptone...

Swooping in with the pinpoint accuracy of a hawk, dance music fans have quickly fallen prey to the siren sound of Claptone. It was a...

Electro don answers our questions

He's placed at the forefront of the recent dance revolution, so his influence on the game globally shouldn't be underestimated.

The master answers our questions

When it comes to dancefloor experience, it doesn't get more heritable than François Kevorkian (aka François K)

Four/fours have dominated dancefloors for over a decade now, Neil Landstrumm, however, is one producer uninterested in the stylistic trends that tend to dictate clubland.

 

Since dropping staple tunes like 'Sniff and Destroy' during the mid-'90s, Landstrumm has been more bothered about subverting convention than complying with it, taking...

The mighty Wax settles into its new home at Junk Club


Since its conception on a wintry Wednesday night back in 2009, Wax has become the best place along the south coast to gain your weekly...

Gilles Peterson waxes lyrical...

Putting out a 'Havana Cultura' compilation in 2009, before curating Mala's 'In Cuba' project for his Brownswood label last year, Gilles Peterson's love affair with...