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Hudson Mohawke has dropped two new singles.


Following the announcement of his third studio album for Warp, 'Cry Sugar', alongside single 'Bicstan' in June, the...

Hudson Mohawke announces new album, ‘Cry Sugar’, shares megamix video: Watch

Hudson Mohawke is releasing his third album, called 'Cry Sugar', later this summer. Watch a megamix video for the LP and listen to lead single...

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Flying Lotus has dropped a new double single, with both tracks featuring vocalist Devin Tracy. 


The artist, producer and Brainfeeder main man has paired up with...

'Unfinished Sympathy' by Massive Attack also made an appearance

And now for something completely different. Tracks by Aphex Twin, Burial, Kraftwerk and Massive Attack have cropped up in a round of University Challenge.

The popular...

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and...

From its distinctive binary code record sleeves to its visionary output, Central Processing Unit has become one of the UK’s most consistently exciting electronic music...

Tom Jenkinson returns to his Squarepusher moniker after a five-year hiatus

Squarepusher will release a new album, 'Be Up A Hello', via Warp on 31st January

The record will mark a return after a five-year hiatus...

After a six year hiatus, TNGHT are back. DJ Mag speaks to Hudson Mohawke and Lunice about creative freedom, EDM, and barking in the studio 

No vowels, no features, no frills, no nonsense — and for six years, no music, either. Nobody could accuse TNGHT of overdoing it. Their second...

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their...

As Ethiopian Records, Endeguena Mulu’s vision for electronic music recontextualizes tradition. With a view to evolving the sounds of his home country, the Addis...

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their...

From the unfolding climate crisis to the way technology governs our lives, you’d be forgiven for thinking the future looks bleak. Yet the experimental electronic...

Four tracks of formidable techno and breaks from the rising star...

Anastasia Kristensen will release her debut solo EP,  ‘Ascetic’, via Arcola on 1st March.

The Moscow-born, Copenhagen-based DJ extraordinaire follows up tracks and remixes on...

Finally, a 'Come To Daddy' baby grow...

A new range of Aphex Twin merch will go on sale from Saturday (24th November)

Based on Richard D. James' weird and wonderful music videos...

BPitch Control boss Ellen Allien produces an engulfing techno remix of Mount Kimbie’s ‘T.A.M.E.D’ – Lifted from part two of the duo’s ‘Love What Survives’...

Mount Kimbie’s ‘Love What Survives’ is the sort of album that reveals itself more and more with each listen, its intricate, subtle details becoming more...

They literally gave it away...

Aphex Twin’s limited-edition cassette, ‘Apex Mt. Fuji 2017’, has now vanished from the Warp Records’ stock room. The label offered one fan the last remaining...

It’s taken from his soundtrack to upcoming video game Watch_Dogs 2...

We assume Hudson Mohawke is a keen gamer since the well-loved producer has penned the complete original soundtrack to Ubisoft’s upcoming adventure game, Watch_Dogs 2...

Reclusive eccentric Warp Records artist scoops best album award

Reports coming in of death of electronic pioneer

Reports have been coming in on the death of Mark Bell from LFO, a true pioneer of electronic music.

Mark was initially part of the...

Watch the film of the making of 'Sad Robots Go Funny'

Squarepusher has always tried to push the envelope with his musical compositions – and then some.

Starting off as a bass player in thrash metal...

Leftfield beatsmith on his his funky new library compilation.

You know how it is. That epic, hip-hop crime drama series you’ve been directing is almost finished. But you just can’t find the right track...

Mixed up in The Hague

It's impossible to overstate The Hague's impact on dance music. In the early '90s, this small city in northern Holland crafted a bastardised version of the sounds bubbling out of Detroit, a ravey mash of jacking house and techno that, at the time, sounded almost impossibly futuristic.

We interview the alternative electronic star

Gold Panda has been causing pandemonium in electronica circles since releasing his glistening debut album, 'Lucky Shiner'