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The two groups wanted to collaborate after catching each other's performances at festivals 

Ibibio Sound Machine has announced a new album, ‘Electricity’, which will drop via Merge Records on 25th March. 

It's the first new full-length from the...

Cala Mijas has pledged to deliver a sustainable production, preserve the surrounding area, and contribute to the local community

Kraftwerk have been announced as headliners for a brand new festival set on a beach in Costa Del Sol, Spain, next summer. 

Cala Mijas is...

The festival returns to Manchester's Depot in November

The line-up for this year's Homobloc festival has been announced. 

Queer party collective Homoelectric's all-inclusive festival makes its return to Manchester's Depot Mayfield on Saturday...

The Somerset festival has also locked Diplo, Stormzy, Little Simz, Hot Chip, The Streets, Kamasi Washington, Jon Hopkins and more...

Glastonbury has dropped the first part of its lineup for 2019, with The Chemical Brothers, Stormzy, Hot Chip and Jon Hopkins featuring amongst the big...

They lead a bill that also includes Hot Chip, Primal Scream and more...

The Chemical Brothers have been confirmed as the first headliner of next year’s All Points East festival at Victoria Park.

They will headline the Friday...

The British icon hand-picked the line-up for one of the London mega-venue’s biggest dates yet...

DJ Harvey invited Skream, Peggy Gou, PBR Streetgang, Hot Chip, Felix Dickinson and more to his Discotheque party at Printworks London last weekend (Saturday 19th...

Massive mixes from this summer’s shindig down at Worthy Farm...

Block9, Glastonbury festival’s apocalyptic haven for underground house and techno, had a stellar year at this summer’s event, which ran from Wednesday 22nd to Sunday...

Immerse yourself in the London DJ/producer’s sonic explorations...

Elijah Simmons has been on the ascendancy since Blond:ish picked up his ‘Otavio’s Dream’ for their Flying Circus compilation in 2014, the skittering rhythms and...

Run The Jewels and Carl Craig also join James Murphy and co. at Riviera Maya next year...

LCD Soundsystem is curating its three-day Beach Vibes festival in Mexico next year, which runs from Thursday 26th to Sunday 28th January.

The first wave...

Hot Chip Prince tribute, Roger Sanchez, Mr G (Live) & so much more...

Glastonbury has announced the full line-up for its Block9 area, the festival’s apocalyptic haven for underground house and techno, which runs from Wednesday 22nd to...

The Isle of White festival announces its first wave of acts

Bestival has announced the first names on its line-up for this year’s festival. 

Major Lazer will be headlining the Isle of White festival, alongside The...

Our wrap up of this month's best music vids. 

Etherwood ‘For A Time I Was You’
Coming straight off his latest and highly anticipated EP ‘Blue Leaves' is the wonderfully emotive ‘For A Time I...

Percussions (Kieran Hebden) & Joe Goddard remix Hot Chip

UK five piece Hot Chip have announced a new run of headline dates in the UK including London’s O2 Brixton Academy on 22nd October. Alongside...

A$AP Rocky, RL Grime and more.

Global hip hop star, A$AP Rocky will headline Sonar Barcelona this June alongside the biggest names in electronica, including Squarepusher, Seth Troxler and Hotflush boss, Scuba...

‘Why Make Sense?’ on 18th May via Domino Records.

Watch The Man Like Sasha talk about his great LNOE label

Sasha has been talking to DJ Mag about his Last Night On Earth label — the imprint he started up in 2011.

“The idea with...

Camden Crawl returns on June 20th & 21st

Camden Crawl returns to take over north London once again this time with an even bigger line up than before.

Across 25 venues, the likes...

The producer who's worked with Hot Chip, Jamie Jones and many more

You may not instantly recognise his name, but his signature is all over some of the biggest hits to have graced the dancefloors of clubs...

Long-time electronic overlord Sasha has summoned all his creative powers to unleash his most spellbinding mix compilation yet.

Barely a week goes by without some muso or other declaring the death of the mix CD. And you can understand why, given the proliferation of free mixes that pop up like pop-ups each and every day on the worldwide web. Once every four or so years, though, all that changes, people forget to argue and unite in appreciation of the form once more.