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The sale prices ranged from $2,247 to $15,000...

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The album was originally sold on vinyl at a barbecue in Detroit...

Accidental Records affiliate Bambooman AKA Kirk Barley delivers over an hour of dreamy, off-kilter rhythms and experimental club sonics as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

Accidental Records affiliate Bambooman AKA Kirk Barley delivers over an hour of dreamy, off-kilter rhythms and experimental club sonics as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

Two of Nottingham’ disco powerhouse pick the tracks that have inspired them... 

Two of Nottingham’ disco powerhouse pick the tracks that have inspired them... 

Moodymann record sold at BBQ
Moodymann record sold at BBQ

It was also available for sale at select local record shops during Movement Weekend...

How the house hero's live approach, tech setup and philosophy led to him becoming one of the most in-demand performers around...

How the house hero's live approach, tech setup and philosophy led to him becoming one of the most in-demand performers in dance music...

DJ Mag investigates if vinyl-only is good for the dance music industry...

Vinyl is more popular than it’s been in years, and wax-only labels are seen as some of the best in dance music. But is our obsession with records all it’s cracked up to be — or is it just an exclusive club? We talk to DJs and label owners to find out more...

Shaq declares love of Diplo and Skrillex
Shaq declares love of Diplo and Skrillex

The basketball legend has declared his love of "bass and trap"...

For this month’s Recognise mix, we speak to DJ Lag, Durban’s self-proclaimed “gqom king”, about the future and history the sound…

Recognise is DJ Mag’s monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music scene. This month, we speak to DJ Lag, Durban’s self-proclaimed “gqom king”, about the future and history the sound...

Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

Greeted with both derision and delight from the outset, the cartoonish covers and soundtrack of happy hardcore’s defining, and to some damning, Bonkers series were vital for a generation that grew up in small UK towns during the ‘90s. A decade after the last edition, Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

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