Point Blank are back with another video tutorial from Danny Linton aka Funk Ethics. This time Danny demonstrates exactly how to make techno dub chords which will instil atmospheric ambience in your tracks. If you’d like to boost your production game even more, be sure to check out Point Blank’s previous video with Danny which focusses on creating a blistering techno kick to go with your newly created dub chord.
Point Blank are back again with another video tutorial from Danny Linton aka Funk Ethics. This time Danny demonstrates exactly how to make a blistering techno kick which is sure to make the club shake uncontrollably. If you’d like to boost your drum game even more, check out their previous video with Danny which focusses on transforming your drum grooves into exciting and professional-sounding patterns.
A new app filter adds 50 years to your face and we've got frighteningly realistic images of some of the world's biggest DJs to prove it.
Currently going viral via a new "age challenge", the filter is the latest trend by FaceApp, which originally launched back in 2017.
Ever wonder what Gerd Janson, Amelie Lens, Don Diablo, Skream, Loco Dice, Solardo and Timmy Trumpet might look like in 2069? Well, now you can below.
Try it for yourself here.
There's now a dubstep album that repells Mosquitoes.
In April this year, Acta Tropica published results of a study which found Skrillex's 'Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites' causes the bugs to forget to search for human blood and look for mates to reproduce.
After the news broke, Apotek Hjärta, a pharmacy in Sweden, hired duo Kloudmen to reimagine six nursery rhymes in a dubstep fashion, using intense frequencies throughout the tracks to confuse the Mosquitoes.
Skream has confirmed a one-off old school dubstep set for this year's EDC Las Vegas.
The Croydon dubstep icon had been hinting at a back-to-roots set for some time over Twitter, and after he was announced as playing EDC Las Vegas this year, he confirmed fan suspicions that that long-anticipated set will happen this May, quote-tweeting with a simple but very effective "it is indeed".
Consider us hyped.
For eight years, Florida's Holy Ship has set sail to defeat those January blues and swing the most thrilling of parties, and this year they went one step further by having a second cruise set sale earlier. It was also one of their most impressive lineups to date, locking in the likes of The Black Madonna, Bob Moses, Zhu, Fisher, and Skream; who, predictably, all delivered the goods including soaring EDM, luminescent house, and filthy acid techno. Check out our picks of the biggest anthems dropped at this year's Holy Ship.
Ardalan - Justin Martin & Ardalan 'Hail Mary' (track out 1st February)
Ayyyy https://t.co/SHi2GJ0vV1— Ardalan (@Ardalander) 4 January 2019
Quix - Porter Robinson 'Language (Ekali & Quix Tribute)'
With Radio 1’s Annie Mac helping steer its course, it's little surprise Malta-based festival Lost & Found has once again stacked up some of the biggest names in dance.
Denis Sulta, Peggy Gou and Skream are just some of the headliners crammed into its fifth installment in 2019, which takes place from 2nd-5th May. They join the likes of Horse Meat Disco, Black Madonna, Chase & Status and Honey Dijon soaking up the sun over the Bank Holiday weekend.
This year's Boardmasters looks set to be the finest yet, a celebration of all things surf, sun (assuming the UK heatwave continues) and serious tunes, packing a mammoth bill of names in its suitcase. We've gone through the line-up and come up with just 10 artists you've got to catch if you're heading down. You can see the full list of who's playing here. Without further ado, then...