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Patrick Conway steps up on emerging label, Art E-Fax. ‘Padded Cell Mates’ is an eerily playful percussive whirl in an EP of ecstatic breaks and bass groove…

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Yuri Urano CPU Premiere DJ Mag

Osaka-based artist Yuri Urano steps up on Central Processing Unit (CPU) with the ‘Autline’ EP. ‘Pec’ is a rollicking industrial techno heater with a minimal electro flair…

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Futureboogie readies the latest edition of its ‘Summer Riot’ EP series. Christophe opens Vol. 7 with ‘Unity Vibez’, a deep bass groover with flourishing melodies and bleep loyalties...

Rave classics from the man who knows...

Mark Archer of the classic rave duo picks his biggest rave-era bangers ahead of his performance at Field Maneuvers festival later this month...

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The cut comes on a ten-track compilation titled 'Don't Mess With Cupid'...

Influenced by hip-hop and halftime drum & bass, Ivy Lab and their label 20/20 LDN have a new vision for future beats. With their debut album and Transatlantic connections, they’re making it a reality...

Leeds via Sheffield’s 96 Back is 18, and is already one of the finest up-and-coming DJ/producers in the fields of electro and bleep – with a new EP on CPU Records and a new night in Leeds gaining momentum rapidly, we caught up with him for a quick chat a sizzling mix…

Your complete guide to gifting this festive season...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From the disco stylings of Frenchman Folamour to the heady techno sonics of Heartless, here's September's list of next-gen talent you need to know about...

The original electro sound has been seeping back onto dancefloors, whether in the sets of DJs like Helena Hauff and Nina Kraviz or mix-comps by the likes of Steffi and Paul Woolford. There’s a fresh wave of new acts and labels supplying the goodness, with its deviation from the four-four inspiring many to look to the sound. But why electro, and why now? DJ Mag investigates...

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