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Alpha Recording System Model9900 rotary mixer
Alpha Recording System Model9900 rotary mixer

The Japanese manufacturer says its new MODEL9900 is "designed with purist ideals"…

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LEV2019_Matadero_Aisha Devi.jpg

The festival will take place in October

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... 

80 minutes forward-thinking productions, revolutionary spirit and live collaborations from Addis Ababa artist, Ethiopian Records

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. Next up is Addis Ababa artist Ethiopian Records, with an 80 minute mix demonstrating his forward-thinking productions, collaborative spirit and spellbinding live sets

Cain premiere dj mag
Cain premiere dj mag

 Scottish producer CAIN ties up a trilogy of releases on Fine Grains with his ‘High Call’ album. Hear the hypnotising bass pull of ‘Gundon Night’ now

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The vinyl features artwork from the original game and upcoming remake

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nff kris krug.jpg

The festival will take place in venues across Vancouver...

Rabih Beaini Morphine Records new albums
Rabih Beaini Morphine Records new albums

The label returns after a two-year hiatus...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno, though its roots go way back to the late 1970s. We talk to some of the country’s producers, DJs and musical advocates to find out what makes the Japanese underground so exciting...

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues...

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues. Despite post-WW2 legislation that banned dancing in almost all clubs, the scene thrived for almost 20 years. The widely unenforced law, which was eventually relaxed in 2015, did little to prevent Japanese clubbers moving their feet. Consequently the country now has an established, diverse and exciting club scene. Here, with the support of DJ Mag Japan, we explore some of the country’s best clubs...

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