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Move the Record will stream from London's Phonica and KMA60 in Berlin with Move The Record

CC:Disco, Gerd Janson, Roman Flügel, Yu Su and Bradley Zero are also lined up to play the festival’s inaugural edition

Joining the likes of SOPHIE, Clark, Ben UFO and more at the London multi-venue fesival

Full-throttle techno and melodic flourishes from Paris' rising star, Anetha

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, Leah Connolly catches up with to Paris’ rising star and Possession party resident, Anetha, who steps up with a mix of full-throttle techno and deep melodic flourishes

Exploring the relationship between architecture, experimental music and visual arts

Behringer TD-3-SR 303
Behringer TD-3-SR 303

The acid revival sees the German giants clone one of the most iconic bass machines of all time

Experimental sound artist, rkss, delivers a high-intensity mix of pop manipulations, Jersey club, footwork and frenzied EDM as part of our Fresh Kicks series

Experimental sound artist, rkss, delivers a high-intensity mix of pop manipulations, Jersey club, footwork and frenzied EDM as part of our Fresh Kicks series

From UK funky fusions and ferocious techno to celestial house and EBM, here's August 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From UK funky fusions and ferocious techno to celestial house and EBM, here's August 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues...

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues. Despite post-WW2 legislation that banned dancing in almost all clubs, the scene thrived for almost 20 years. The widely unenforced law, which was eventually relaxed in 2015, did little to prevent Japanese clubbers moving their feet. Consequently the country now has an established, diverse and exciting club scene. Here, with the support of DJ Mag Japan, we explore some of the country’s best clubs...

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