Adam Beyer and Bart Skills have remixed Underworld and Ø [Phase]'s collaborative track, 'Border Country'.
'Border Country', which has been performed live by Underworld for over a year, was released as part of the legendary duo's Drift series, a project which has featured new music and collaborative visuals every week since October 2018.
Junction 2 has announced the first acts joining the festival for its 2020 edition.
Last year saw the South London festival expand into two days, with the addition of Friday boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up, while Saturday maintained its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game. After welcoming the likes of J2 mainstay Adam Beyer, Bicep, Joseph Capriati, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Peach and a host of other acts across the weekender, the London festival has revealed the first names for 2020.
Adam Beyer will perform a headline club show in the UK this November for DJ Mag Presents.
The Stockholm-based DJ, producer and label boss will head to Digital in Newcastle's Times Square on 29th November for a rare solo set.
Adam Beyer has announced the eighth installment of his Drumcode A-Sides compilation.
Out via the Swedish techno imprint on 23th September, the 25-track release features all new and unreleased material, including the Drumcode debut from Jamie Jones and Darius Syrossian, Nicole Moudaber's first release for the label in five years and another return in the form Joey Beltram's 'Can You Feel It'. Weska, Juliet Fox, Veerus and Timmo also make an appearance.
Pan-Pot have been confirmed as the Sunday special guests for this year's edition of Drumcode Festival in Amsterdam.
The duo will close the main stage on the second day of the event, which takes place at Amsterdam's cavernous NDSM warehouses this weekend on Saturday, August 24th and Sunday, August 25th. The news was revealed in a tweet by Drumcode.
Adam Beyer has shared his full set from this year's Awakenings festival.
Awakenings took place from the 29th to 30th June, with the best in techno courtesy of Amelie Lens, Ben Klock Charlotte de Witte, Jeff Mills, and many more.
DJ Mag will be live streaming sets by Adam Beyer, Carl Cox, and more from Barcelona's OFFSonar this year.
The Barcelona festival, which has also announced Marcel Dettman, Gerd Janson and John Talabot, will host DJ Mag live streams for the Woomoon party next Thursday 18th July, featuring Luciano, the Drumcode party on Saturday 20th, and the Closing Party on Sunday 21st.
You can watch all our streams live on DJ Mag's Facebook and Youtube channels.
Half the country might be heading to a field this month, and half the country’s cities are hosting weekenders. But that doesn’t mean the top UK events in June 2019 don’t involve clubs, too.