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The wrong flag was raised on Wall Street to mark the occasion, mind you…

Jeff Mills on the future of music: “Having a physical DJ standing behind a setup could disappear”
Jeff Mills on the future of music: “Having a physical DJ standing behind a setup could disappear”

In a new, in-depth interview, the techno wizard talks all things future…

Ultra Music Festival by EarthCam: Watch
Ultra Music Festival by EarthCam: Watch

Giving ravers a bird’s-eye view all weekend long…

A new photo exhibition in London is giving an inside look into the glory days of Chicago disco and funk...

Born in the UK in the early ‘90s, during a period of explosive creativity, the freeform breakbeats of jungle became the soundtrack to many producers’ formative years before taking a backseat to more formulaic ideas. Recently, however, a new wave of talent has been on the rise, feeding their junglist sensibilities into all corners of the dance...

EBM is unstoppable...

EBM has been simmering on the underground in recent years, and now DJs including Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff are utilising the sound – alongside other music prefacing techno like electro – in their sets. Subsequently, the '80s movement largely swept away by acid house at the turn of the '90s is now back in full force. DJ Mag investigates the industrial dancefloor clatter...

Google Launch a new hardware synth NSynth Super
Google Launch a new hardware synth NSynth Super

The NSynth Super uses new technology to combine sounds and textures…

Spotify are introducing an automix feature
Spotify are introducing an automix feature

The new function uses AI to ‘predict’ the best track to play next…

As electronic music and live performance continue to intertwine, our new series explores how some of the best artists take their studios on the road and what it means for the future of clubbing…

As electronic music and live performance continue to intertwine, our new series explores how some of the best artists take their studios on the road and what it means for the future of clubbing…

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