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“We are keeping our fingers firmly crossed that it will be here at Worthy Farm for the greatest show on Earth!"

The German company posted a video seemingly promoting a new product called the KIRN Cork Sniffer, apologised, then deleted both

DJ Tennis, Floating Points (Live) and Gilles Peterson are Beat Hotel Festival highlights

From: Strasbourg

For fans of: Alix Perez, QZB, Icicle

Key tunes: Skylark feat. LaMeduza ‘The Chase’, ‘Space Walk’, Skylark, Grey Code & Ewol ‘Daydreaming’

From: Strasbourg

For fans of: Alix Perez, QZB, Icicle

Key tunes: Skylark feat. LaMeduza ‘The Chase’, ‘Space Walk’, Skylark, Grey Code & Ewol ‘Daydreaming’

Australian-born, UK-based Nite Fleit steps up for the latest instalment of Unknown To The Unknown's Dance Trax EP series. Listen to the tough electro rhythm and sharp, cosmic synths of ‘Folie A Dreamland’ now

London’s ELLES makes debut on Violet’s Naive with the ‘summers_of_love’ EP. Sewn together with warped bass and elegant piano, hear tough two-step opener ‘gotchu’ now

High-speed club heaters and "complete disorder and confusion" from the mighty Chippy Nonstop 

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, Toronto-based Chippy Nonstop steps up with an hour of high-speed club heaters, and chats about her new music, tackling the gender disparity in dance music, and making you comfortable with being uncomfortable

Shannen SP delivers a precision-tooled mix of global club sounds

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, London-based Hyperdub affiliate, Shannen SP, delivers a precision-tooled mix, and chats with Gabriel Szatan about creating connections between global black diasporic club sounds

A quarter century after its release, Ludovic Navarre’s house-meets-jazz gem still dazzles

 

When it was released in 1995, ‘Boulevard’ consummated the union between house music and jazz, whilst clearing the path for a wave of French house from artists like Daft Punk and Motorbass. A quarter century after its release, Ludovic Navarre’s house-meets-jazz gem still dazzles

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