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Avalon Emerson, Jayda G, Kode9, more locked for Simple Things festival 2019
Avalon Emerson, Jayda G, Kode9, more locked for Simple Things festival 2019

Bruce, Laurel Halo and Holly Herndon are also set for the Bristol throwdown... 

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Bristol techno punks Giant Swan deliver a fierce, clattering rework of The Horror’s ‘Machine’ for a new ‘V’ remix LP, also featuring HAAi, Manni Dee, Cleric, more…

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[Alastair Brookes - KoLAB Studios]_[InMotion - Drumcode]_[2018]44.jpg

The season will run from October through December

Warped, dusty drum & bass and hype 160 sonics from Cosmic Bridge boss, Om Unit...

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 local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ Mag deputy editor Ben Hindle chats to Bristol-based Cosmic Bridge boss, Om Unit, who leads an 80-minute excursion through warped, dusty drum & bass and hype 160 sonics...

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Next up on Bristol’s Livity Sound is Toma Kami with the ‘Negative Extasy’ EP. Hear the radiant and rhythmically complex ‘Aces’ now…

CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED FOR NEW BRISTOL VENUE
CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED FOR NEW BRISTOL VENUE

Local crew Dirtytalk aim to raise £45,000 for music and arts space, Strange Brew…

Western Lore presents another upbeat, junglistic cut...

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call super dj mag peach discs

The UK innovator debuts on the beloved Bristol label with a killer two-tracker...

AVA Festival & Conference 2019
AVA Festival & Conference 2019

Alfresco Festival, AVA Festival & Conference, Wigflex City Festival... 

A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process...

A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process. DJ Mag talks to the label owners, and asks whether dance music is doing enough to help those less fortunate...

Words: Matt Anniss

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