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Porter Robinson has stepped up to support friend and fellow producer Shadient when the latter’s nine year old computer “fully died”. The $3,000 ($US) gift...

The seminal tracks that altered dance forever

‘Killer’ started life as an instrumental, and it was only ever going to be one until I met Seal,” Adamski tells DJ Mag. “He came to [big rave] Sunrise 5000 at Santa Pod, although I didn’t meet him there. He walked in when I was playing and he had an epiphany.” Seal wanted to record with Adamski immediately, and Adamski — real name Adam Tinley — liked the sound of Seal’s voice from a demo of ‘Crazy’ that he’d heard.

Futuristic Midi controller from Yamaha

The TENORI-ON is the futuristic looking performance Midi controller from technology giants Yamaha ( Yamaha.com ).
Based on a 16 by 16 LED button matrix...

S'Express 'Theme From S'Express' (Rhythm King)

Mark Moore grew up in London and got into music at a young age. After his mother, who uprooted from South Korea after the Korean...

The Amiga Commodore 500 kick-started Kölsch's career back in 1994...

Before Ableton Live, Logic Pro, FL Studio or any humble DAW, music software started out on home computers as simple tracking software. There are many...

DJ Hatcha 'Dubstep Allstars Vol 1' (Tempa)


The Game Changer is taking a slightly different form this month. Usually it focuses on seminal tracks, but when it comes to the emergence of...

Tech-funk main man makes album with Oscar-winning film composer

Elite Force is totally at the top of his game right now. He’s been riding the success of his ‘Revamped’ album over the past year...

The seminal tracks that changed dance music forever

Andy Cato met Tom Findlay through mutual friends after they both left college in the mid-‘90s. Andy was making trance and was in a couple of bands, while Tom was from more of a rare groove background, DJing in Manchester clubs when he was a student.

Bored at work? Why not play this silly Global Gathering game, which is kind of like pairs, with DJs' heads.

The organisers of Global Gathering have come up with this game to highlight all the superstar DJs and artists playing at their festival.

It's like...

Apple has announced a new super-powerful computer aimed at creative professionals. With a similar aesthetic to the Mac Mini, the new Mac Studio is powered...

The out-of-the-box big beat anthem from the Wall Of Sound act Propellerheads

Based in Bath in south-west England, near musical hot-spots Glastonbury and Bristol, Alex Gifford had some quite varied early musical experiences. He played sax with...

New York-based DJ, artist and Bizaarbazaar platform founder, Bergsonist, will release her new album ‘Middle Ouest’ via Optimo Music this month. Hear the mesmerising and percussive...

Bergsonist will release her new album, ‘Middle Ouest’ via Optimo Music next Friday 17th January.

Over the course of the album’s 11 tracks,  the New...

Paradox: the numbers game

Three decades and nearly 200 records into his  career, jungle maverick Paradox is still breaking new ground, and earning new fans in the process. Ben Hindle speaks to him about using an old Amiga computer for his productions, keeping the funk in his breakbeat samples, and his dedication to performing live

“At the moment, I’m just trying to think of ways to bankrupt my distributor,” says Dev Pandya, his face plastered with a schoolboy grin. While...

The seminal tracks that altered dance music forever

“We loved electronic sounds, really,” adds Phil. “With synthesisers it was like, ‘What made that sound?’ It was that sort of search – for electronic sounds and drum machines.”



Seminal tracks that altered dance forever

When I put it on, the whole club stood there and stared at me. I was the only one rocking in the DJ box, no one else was, and when the bassline actually dropped, that's when the whole crowd went a bit loopy for it