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DJ Wawa debuts on Brooklyn’s Sorry Records. Paired with a remix from DJ Delish, 'What It Means' is a high-speed hybrid of soulful footwork and...

Brooklyn’s DJ Wawa will release his official debut single next month via Sorry Records. 

A frequent figure both behind the decks and on the dancefloors...

Terabyte Records new signing Data unleashes a certified banger via DJ Mag...

For their first release of 2015 Terabyte Records are proud to announce the arrival of the mighty Data to their troop. Having previously released on...

Borgore does sit-ups, shouts out DJ Mag

Brostep prince, Borgore and hip-hop heavyweight Waka Flocka Flame have opened up to their fans via a Reddit Ask Me Anything session. 

In the opening shots, Borgore does...

The data obtained was from attendees of the 2014 festival...

Data and personal information of 64,000 attendees of Tomorrowland’s 2014 festival has been stolen in a recent online hack.

As reported in De Standaard...

Remix EP 'Golden Ratio' coming soon on EBTG man's acclaimed label

Ben Watt's long-standing Buzzin' Fly label is set to release a special remix EP this month, its first since halting business in 2013. The one-off...

Null + Void readies the new EP from hardware expert No Data Available. ‘Oh Now Really’ is a cinematic dash of car-chase electro...

Next up on Null + Void is mysterious hardware electronic artist No Data Available with their ‘The Night’ EP.

Set for release on 9th November...

The cross-platform research mirrors Spotify's own study

90% of streams go to the top 1% of artists, according to research conducted by analytics company Alpha Data. 

As reported by Rolling Stone...

It’s part of a new exhibition in the gallery’s vast main hall...

Steve Goodman, otherwise known as Hyperdub label boss Kode9, has been tapped up to provide sound design for a new exhibition at the Tate Modern’s...

Each wavelength of light from the nebula is paired with a different group of instruments to create "a symphony of soothing sounds," says NASA

If you've ever wondered what a nebula in deep space might sound like, NASA has come forward to give people an idea, sharing a musical...

The new policy states "all your personal data is stored on our servers in the EEA"

Open-source audio editor Audacity has been labelled as "spyware" over its new data collection policy.

Two months after being acquired by a multi-national company called...

NASA ocean colours

A NASA scientist and his brother have created music from the ocean’s colours.


Ryan Vandermeulen, a scientist at the Ocean Ecology Lab at NASA's Goddard...

The album will be released in December via Ash International

An electronic music album made using black hole data will be released later this year.

Titled 'Mikromedas AdS/CFT 001', the album is the work of Dr Valery...

Downing Street is still unable to provide a date that the results will be published

The UK government has said that data from its live pilot events will be shared "shortly" following backlash surrounding the delay in publishing its findings...

UK Clubs

According to data analysed by hospitality-focused software companies Stampede and StoreKit, the UK could soon be left with just 5,000 nightclubs. 


The figures point to...

Data is the new currency and DJing is about to get rich. The endless stream of data generated from cloud DJing will go on to affect...

It’s the year 2025. You’re having dinner with a friend, and your phone vibrates with a notification — Charlotte De Witte is playing your record...