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Marking the release of their debut album, we speak to Robin Stewart from beloved Bristol techno punk duo, Giant Swan, about how their live show works, and how they arrived at their unconventional setup of pedals, sequencers, drum machines and FX

Marking the release of their debut album, we speak to Robin Stewart from beloved Bristol techno punk duo, Giant Swan, about how their live show works, and how they arrived at their unconventional setup of pedals, sequencers, drum machines and FX

The Vancouver duo explore their live setup

Vancouver duo Minimal Violence released their debut album 'InDreams' this year via Ninja Tune, reuiniting rave and ferocious techno with a raw, punk foundation. DJ Mag's digital tech editor Declan McGlynn met them to talk through their high-octane live set-up

Terminal V Royal Highland Centre DJ Mag Top UK club events October 2019
Terminal V Royal Highland Centre DJ Mag Top UK club events October 2019

NAFF presents Naïve, Terminal V and Bristol's Simple Things top this month's heady list... 

The synth sorcerer breaks down his live setup

The synth sorcerer breaks down his live setup

The Ninja Tune newbie reveals her fave studio gear

TSHA's wonderfully wonky sound on her new single 'Moon' reflects the delightfully varied nature of her DJ sets, weaving between electro, house, disco and garage references, she's one of the UK's most exciting new talents. We spoke to her to find out what piece of studio gear she can't live without. 

The German virtuoso reveals his fave studio gear...

The German virtuoso reveals his fave studio gear...

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DSC09783_CreditAtaliaYaari.jpg

The title track is available to stream now

The progressive tech master explains his live setup...

The progressive tech master explains his live setup...

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Amelie Lens Press Pic 1_0.jpg

The event takes place in October

The Detroit techno legend explains how his orchestrated catalogue show came together

The Detroit techno legend explains how his orchestrated catalogue show came together

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