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The three part series explores the history of dance music from its origins right up to the modern day...

He's worked with Green Velvet and Lee Foss, but Mason Maynard is only just getting started...

He's worked with Green Velvet and Lee Foss, but Mason Maynard is only just getting started. We catch up with Manchester's tech house upstart to get the low-down

FROM: Manchester, UK

SOUNDS LIKE: Jamie Jones, Solardo, Green Velvet

THREE TUNES: 'Puffy', 'Auto Mate', 'Tear It Up'

Fatboy Slim Warehouse Rave.jpg
Fatboy Slim Warehouse Rave.jpg

He will headline EXIT’s brand-new No Sleep festival in November…

New Manchester venue YES
New Manchester venue YES

It has a roof terrace with a NASA-approved soundsystem…

New Birmingham club The Mill
New Birmingham club The Mill

The venue will host club nights and live gigs…

Cromby premiere dj mag
Cromby premiere dj mag

Belfast-born, Berlin-based Cromby steps up on Denis Sulta’s new Silver Service imprint with the ‘Futurola’ EP. ‘Fandango’ is an angular, acidic electro hammer for a spacey peak time slot…

Fever Ray cancels tour, cites “general anxiety and panic attacks”
Fever Ray cancels tour, cites “general anxiety and panic attacks”

The announcement was made on Twitter today... 

77 minutes of raw power for the Brooklyn DJ...

Formidable DJ/producer/promoter Katie Rex steps up with a fierce mix of hammering electro and techno. We catch up with the Brooklyn mainstay to discuss her origins in the Philadelphia rave scene, founding the peerless BOUND event series, and her favourite artists in the scene...

Hiddens gems incoming! 

It's never the wrong time to hear some techno you've not heard before. With literally thousands of records to choose from – and more being released every single day – we thought we'd give you a treat of just 10 classic, lesser known, techno tracks to enjoy from between 1998 and 2008...

The Firehouse boss digs deep, revealing the inspiration behind her new band project, Pleasure Planet...

Kim Ann Foxman’s Firehouse Records is all about the house music; a label that celebrates all the great things going on in New York and has built solid foundations since 2014. But right now there’s an exciting twist in Kim’s discography, in the form of her latest project Pleasure Planet, alongside Andrew Potter and Brian Hersey. The trio have been working together for the best part of five years with their first collaboration heard on NY imprint Throne Of Blood. Harking back to the synth sounds of the ‘80s with hints of Italo disco, their latest ‘Pleasure Planet’ EP has come via Foxman and Potter’s colourful new imprint self: timer. We catch up with Foxman to reminisce about the essential records that inspired the Pleasure Planet sound — from Nu Groove classics to New Order...

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