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 Heady techno grooves and classic romantic sounds from Kompakt's legendary catalogue as part of our The Sound Of label showcase

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, Kompakt co-founder Michael Mayer discusses the evolution of the Cologne institution, and label upstart Anii delivers an hour of heady techno groove and classic romantic sounds from the catalogue

The synth sorcerer breaks down his live setup

The synth sorcerer breaks down his live setup

Lee Gamble new album
Lee Gamble new album

The EP is the second part of Gamble’s ‘Flush Real Pharynx’ triple album

A three-deck mix of maximum intensity techno from the mighty SPFDJ

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, Mira Karadjova talks to Berlin-based Swede, SPFDJ, about her meteoric ascent, her Intrepid Skin label, and the importance of retaining a sense of humour. She also steps up with her first three-deck mix – an hour of maximum intensity techno

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'Monitress' was created by Jon Leidecker, AKA Wobbly, for Hausu Moutain Records

Melbourne Music Week locks Miss Kittin, Soichi Terada, Nu Guinea, more for 2019
Melbourne Music Week locks Miss Kittin, Soichi Terada, Nu Guinea, more for 2019

Luca Lozano, Mr. Ho and Roza Terenzi play the closing party... 

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Just in time for the Klub Kiwi Tour

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Hard drum aficionado, Doubt, returns to Flood with the ‘Steam Cycle’ EP. Hear the rousing, thunderous percussion on ‘Move’ now

Antinote label head Zaltan and Casa Voyager's OCB will guest at a series of listening sessions

Held in Berlin's jawdropping Kraftwerk building, the radical and avant-garde ethos of Atonal has solidified its status as one of the most crucial experimental music events in the world  

Held in Berlin's jawdropping Kraftwerk building, the radical and avant-garde ethos of Atonal has solidified its status as one of the most crucial experimental music events in the world. With unforgettable sets from dBridge, Nkisi, Objekt x Ezra Miller, rRoxymore, Mor Elian and many more, Mira Karadjova reflects on a truly mind-altering festival

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