Adam Beyer has announced an after-party for Drumcode's forthcoming Halloween session at London's Tobacco Dock on Saturday 27th October.
With the main event finishing up at 10PM, those who've still got something left to give can head to one of the UK capital's newest venues, the 24-hour-licensed FOLD, for another few rounds with the main man and his comrades through to 6AM.
Rebekah Teasdale first earned her techno stripes on the dancefloor at Que Club in her home city of Birmingham in the 1990s, dancing to DJs like Dave Clarke and Richie Hawtin. She now shares a bill with jocks of this calibre, having built up her rep steadily in the preceding years. Here, she talks us through the ten tracks that have most inspired her...
Adam Beyer hits Soma Records on 31st March for their 25th anniversary release, ‘Soma25’, with a brand new track titled ‘Just Things’ . You can listen to the exclusive premiere of it below.
Soma Records was founded in Glasgow by Slam, Glenn Gibbons and Dave Clarke, and quickly became one of UK electronic music’s most well-respected labels through the release of classics like Slam’s ‘Positive Education’.
Slam have revealed they will celebrate 25 years of their Soma Records imprint with a five-vinyl compilation, ‘Soma 25’. It lands on Friday 31st March.
The release features a raft of new material, including a new modular Slam remix of Daft Punk’s ‘Drive’, as well as tracks from Jeff Mills, Robert Hood, Adam Beyer, Josh Wink and more.
You can listen to the original version of Daft Punk’s ‘Drive’ at the bottom of the page.
Slam return to their own Soma Quality Recordings imprint with their ‘Machine Cut Noise’ album, which is out today (Friday 28th October). We’ve got the exclusive premiere of ‘Corridors’ from it below.
Since starting in 1991, Soma Quality Recordings has been releasing tracks from across the house, techno and tech-house gamut, including the early recordings of Daft Punk, as well as music from Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Funk D’Void, H Foundation and, of course, Slam’s own material.
Wave Week hits the Adriatic Sea next month as 40 yachts travel across five Croatian islands, sailing to a new destination and party each day and night from Saturday 13th to Saturday 20th August.
The event will see the likes of wAFF, Anja Schneider, Simian Mobile Disco, Soul Clap and Crazy P joined by Serge Devant, Clive Henry, Miguel Puente, Inxec, Krywald and Farrer, Robbie Akbal and many more.
Parties on the Wave Week route will be taken care of by Love Brunch, Percolate, Housekeeping, Cuckoo Club, Love Fever, Solomons Yard, Glam Clam and Deeplomatic.
The Slam tent at T in the Park was so massive last year the video of fans pouring into the tent when it opened went viral. This year’s headliners include some of techno’s finest — Richie Hawtin will be playing the final set on Saturday night, alongside techno legend Jeff Mills, plus Marcel Dettmann, Seth Troxler and Nina Kraviz.
Scottish duo Slam are set to headline the tent, plus DVS1, Speedy J, Daniel Avery and Raresh, who will be playing back-to-back with Ricardo Villalobos.
Just when you thought our Best Of British Awards party couldn't get any bigger... we've gone and added more names!
DJ Mag is delighted to welcome three more incredible artists to this year's insane B.O.B bill, with the party kicking off this Wednesday 16th December at Heaven nightclub in London.
Legendary Glasgow DJ/production duo SLAM are set to join us for the evening, following a recent track premiere with the mag — listen to their new club anthem 'Make You Move' here.
Techno bombs don't come bigger than Slam's new cut, 'Make You Move'. It's set to drop on the new sub-label of the duo's famed techno imprint, SOMA, and has popped up in sets from Ben Klock, Len Faki and Adam Beyer over the last few months.
There's also been love from Blawan, Dave Clarke and Carl Cox — who dropped it during his set at ADE this year— plus fellow Scottish DJ legend, Jackmaster, has had it on repeat. With such an elite force of DJs spinning 'Make You Move', we think you better take a listen for yourself — this is one for the heads!