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The follow up to one of electronic music's most defining soft synths...

Native Instruments have announced details of its long-awaited synth, Massive X. Scheduled to come out in June, the instrument - which is the follow-up to...

The long-awaited follow up to the legendary soft synth is now available...

Native Instruments have released the long-awaited follow up to their classic soft synth: Massive X. The new synth features a completely redesigned GUI and –...

It's part of a new project featuring Jónsi of Sigur Rós that has roots in Soviet Russia... 

Massive Attack are among the artists pressing previously unreleased tracks to an X-ray film record as part of a new project by the University of...

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After its announcement almost a year ago, Massive X is finally here. Prior to its release, Point Blank were given a copy to test out and...

New York techno legend Adam X talks about EDM and sticking to his guns

New York City's Adam X is one of the original US electronic dance architects, with a fine line in brutal, astringent blasts of industrial techno...

London-based label Dansu Discs brings four of the city's favourite producers for an epic collaborative EP. Check out the A2 'Together', taken from the 'Beat...

Dansu Discs will drop a huge collaborative EP later this week.

Following recent releases on the London-based imprint from Bailey Ibbs, Wilfy D and Vitess...

On a background of 10 album covers, François X looks off camera

In this series, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share the contents of their collections. This week, Paris’ François X spotlights techno gems with a trippy, deep and emotional edge

In his years at the forefront of Paris’ techno underground, François X has always left room for experimentation and emotion. On over a decades worth...

DJmag first monthly issue out NOW!

Our first monthly issue has hit the streets, and there's no doubt it's one of our best yet. With an in-depth cover feature on Miss...

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their...

François X has helped shape the identity of Paris’ modern techno scene. Now, he wants to understand more fully how that sound shapes him. The...

A bargain USB controller that's easy to use, compact, with a decent quality and feel. Comes with free software and features a crossfader, but could...

A bargain USB controller that's easy to use, compact, with a decent quality and feel. Comes with free software and features a crossfader, but could...

We interview Nadastrom & Sabo ahead of hitting the road, plus free Scion AV EP!

We went, we saw, we determined. The verdict: moombahton. It's all over the place and the people love it. So much so that we no...

Point Blank and Smirnoff Sound Collective took over fabric’s room 2 for an evening of panel discussions & masterclasses

Last month Point Blank curated and hosted...

Free EP ahead of East London party

Mad House's mutated house spin-off MadTech is teaming up with Pedro123's Crystal Culture label for at Hoxton Arches, East London, this Friday (Friday 15th June).

The seminal tracks that changed dance music forever

X-Press 2 were one of the principal house acts in the early '90s, rocking the floors with cuts like post-hardcore progressive house cut 'Muzik Xpress' — with its memorable “Music, music, music” refrain — and the cowbell-tastic 'London Xpress'. The trio of acid house originals — Rocky, Diesel and Ashley Beedle — went their separate ways for a while in the late '90s, before coming back together just before the Millennium.

Pioneer DJM-700 Mixer and HDJ-2000 Headphones up for grabs!

Do you own a Pioneer CDJ Deck?


If you own a CDJ CD Deck or DVJ DVD Deck you can enter Pioneer's competition to win...