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The Natural Born Spitta Speaks

Dubstep figurehead Skream has gone euphoric, smashed the templates, and upped the tempos. His new album ‘Outside The Box’ confirms he’s not content to be placed in a bracket, and is out to prove the haters wrong with a joyful set designed to resurrect the potency and power of dance music’s golden years. “I’m trying to bring rave back,” says Skream…

Radio 1’s hard dance champion Kutski puts Korg’s new do-it-all unit, the Kaossilator Pro through its paces…

Brooklyn, NYC duo Wolf + Lamb aren't just a DJ/production outfit. They're a movement, a label, a club, and extended family of like-minded artists, offering a passionate, soulful techno and electronic disco alternative to the plodding tribal drums of tech house and the harder sound of Berlin.
And with a new artist album ready to drop, they've come for our hearts, minds and dancing feet…

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New album and live dates from the Mancunian post-punkers

Wacom’s Nextbeat 1000 all-in-one DJing device is out to totally transform how DJs work the crowd. But will it please, or is it just a tease? DJ Sonny Wharton puts it through its paces…

London producer SBTRKT’s musical equation of futuristic dubstep rhythms, broken beat funk and warping bass is getting everyone from Radiohead to Gilles Peterson excited. But just who is this masked man? DJmag learns more…

From disco through to freestyle, Miami bass, hip-hop, tribal, tech and Latin house, Miami has always had a rich and vibrant club scene.
Prior to the Pacha Classics party at The Shelborne, we take a look back at the city's dance music foundations, and at the timeless tracks that have secured its status today…

Arriving in Miami means a lot to our cover star Eric Prydz – for more than one reason. The man who effortlessly makes underground house and techno cuts that sometimes blow up into mainstream monsters has more quality new music to unleash on the assembled throng at this year's WMC…

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