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The British icon also revealed there is big news coming for next year...

We catch up with the SCI+TEC and Turbo alumnus to find out how his unique live show works…

We catch up with the SCI+TEC and Turbo alumnus to find out how his unique live show works…

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The recent DJ Mag UK cover star will spin Fridays from 12th October to 14th December...

Kölsch will play a 10 hour set in Belgium
Kölsch will play a 10 hour set in Belgium

The Kompakt and IPSO don in full effect... 

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The London-based DJ and producer takes over from HAAi...

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“It's going to happen - there's no doubt about that”...

The original DJ cover star, Sasha was the face of ’90s clubland success and excess. His new Refracted:LIVE show redefines his special talent, delivering a fresh take on his biggest hits and reinvigorating an artist who’s often struggled with his place in the spotlight...

Noncompliant (AKA DJ Shiva) delivers an hour of blistering, assertive techno. We catch up with the Midwest legend to learn about the Indiana rave scene, the role of techno in trying times and the need for hope against adversity...

Italian DJ/producer Silvie Loto steps up with an hour of hypnotic, minimal techno and percussive heft. We chat to the DC10 regular about her production technique and her new EP on Rhythm Cult...

With a punk attitude, impressive live shows, and an ever-shifting psychedelic yet dancefloor-friendly sound, Red Axes have brought a breath of fresh air to the electronic music scene in recent years, all while avoiding the typical indietronica clichés...

With a punk attitude, impressive live shows, and an ever-shifting psychedelic yet dancefloor-friendly sound, Red Axes have brought a breath of fresh air to the electronic music scene in recent years, all while avoiding the typical indietronica clichés...

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