Four Tet has dropped a new track, 'Teenage Birdsong'.
Kieran Hebden, who will be bringing his famed immersive lighting-based liveshow to Alexandra Palance next month, has followed the recently released, club-primed anthem 'Only Human' (under his KH alias) with something far mellower, but as worthy of your time, redolent of the blanketing loveliness which typified his 2017 record 'New Energy'.
Local Action will release India Jordan's debut EP 'DNT STP MY LV' next month.
Jordan, co-founder of the New Atlantis label and bi-monthly event at London's Rye Wax venue, has been until now synonymous with ambient, but has drawn from her alternative interests in house, jungle and hardcore to produce some "full-throttle dance" across the release's four original tracks. The EP also features a typically riotous remix from Irish producer and recent DJ Mag Fresh Kicks mix selector ELLLL.
Don Diablo will release a new compilation EP this week via his Hexagon label.
The future house icon, our US mag's cover star for March, announced via Hexagon's Twitter account that they'll be dropping 'Generation Hex 010' this Thursday, promising "talent from all around the globe". If you follow DJ Mag at all you'll know we're huge fans of Diablo, so we've keenly marked this one in our calendar.
Every Friday, we invite some of the world’s best DJs to our London offices for a #DJMAGHQ live stream to our Facebook and Youtube pages.
We are delighted to welcome Sam Divine to takeover our #DJMagHQ ahead of Sam's sold out show in London.
We're chuffed to bring you the first listen of Taylor HK 'My Body', the latest EP from the label run by four-man house collective Housekeeping, consisting of Taylor McWilliams (Taylor HK), Jacobi, Sebastian Macdonald-Hall and Carl Waxberg.
The foursome have played alongside Joris Voorn in Ibiza, at Egg London with Nic Fanciulli at our DJ Mag Sessions event in July and alongside South Africa's Black Coffee recently.
This longstanding Montreal, Canada afterhours outpost does its country proud with an infamous sound system that pays homage to its name...
There are many reasons to love Miami, and when it comes to electronic dance music, we’re sure to count Danny Daze among them. The Miami native has been serving up eclectic beats on vinyl since he was tall enough to see over a pair of decks, launching his DJ career at the ripe young age of 13 (weddings, of course), and going on to become one of the most internationally in-demand DJ/producers in the underground game. To this day, both his sets and productions are defined by a genre-bending ability that remains largely unmatched.
With studio facilities in London and Los Angeles, Point Blank are well equipped to connect with some of the most talented musicians in the business for exclusive masterclasses. They've had the likes of Ben Pearce, Shadow Child, Alluxe and Richie Hawtin to name a few come and deconstruct tracks for their students benefit.
Julian Jeweil is having it large; the talented Frenchman holds the heady accolade of being Beatport’s No.1 best-selling techno artist of 2015 as well as having six tracks in Richie Hawtin’s Minus BP Top 10! With releases on Minus, Form, Plus 8, Cocoon and many more, 2016 has shaped up to be one hell of a year too. Not only that, he has remixed the likes of Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg, Moby, Pan-Pot, Joseph Capriati, Deadmau5, Pete Tong and John Monkman, Marc Houle, John Digweed, Pig & Dan, Christian Smith — the list goes on.