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Jeddah-born, Dublin-based Moving Still delivers a dazzling cosmic disco edit of Pakistani-British duo Nermin Niazi and Feisal Mosleh’s 1984 track ‘Sari Sari Raat’ for Discostan Records

Jeddah-born, Dublin-based DJ Moving Still records a hi-NRG mix of edits and originals for the Fresh Kicks series

Jeddah-born, Dublin-based DJ Moving Still records a hi-NRG mix of edits and originals, and speaks to Gabriel Szatan about the thriving network of “Arabic electronic" musicians across the world

A whirlwind trip into contemporary jungle from the unstoppable Tim Reaper

Tim Reaper records a whirlwind trip into contemporary jungle for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Gabriel Szatan about his Future Retro label, earning the respect of veteran headz, and the art of creative sampling

Music Venues Trust revealed the results of the survey in The Guardian last week

It follows a UK government leak earlier this week suggesting clubs could reopen

"There would be no way to re-open the venue limited to that capacity"

An hour of high-definition dance music from Hessle Audio affiliate, Joe

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, Hessle Audio affiliate, Joe, steps up with an hour of high-definition club sounds, and chats to Eoin Murray about his new EP on Cómeme, minimalism, and ASMR in dance music

Glastonbury 2019
Glastonbury 2019

Junction 2, Inner City Electronic, Glastonbury... 

Get acquainted with New York's bass innovator, Doctor Jeep...

From: New York City, NY, USA
For fans of: Fixate, Om Unit, Sam Binga
Three tunes: ‘Vault Of Glass’, ‘Dissociate’, ‘Press F’

The ups and downs of technological advancements for DJs and producers...

The last decade has yielded some extraordinary innovations in dance and DJ culture. Below, we count down some of the most significant technological tools to have emerged in this time, and ask, are they good, bad, or a bit of both?

Words: HAROLD HEATH

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