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Our premieres wrapped up

We round up all the week’s killer DJ Mag premieres and exclusives in one place.

Premiere: Mennie  ‘Callin’’

We bagged Mennie’s latest single, ‘Callin’’, which...

Italian house man’s album remixed by top names

This month's vital label

After launching in 2005, BNR first made its name championing the noisy electro sounds that were in vogue at the time — principally tracks that would fit into a Boys Noize DJ set. Since then, they've broadened their output to encompass most variants on 4/4 electronic music.

On Boys Noize Records

MixHell, the Brazilian electro outfit started by Iggor Cavalera — the former drummer in tribal funk-metal muthas Sepultura — and his wife Laima Leyton, are back with a new album. Signed to Boys Noize Records, 'Space' sees them explore a more organic live electro sound, aided in no small part by the expert live bass guitar-playing of former studio cohort Max Blum, who has now become a full member of the live act.