One of the most iconic drum machines in history, The TR-808 has featured in timeless classics such as Marvin Gaye’s ‘Sexual Healing’, Whitney Houston’s ‘I Wanna Dance with Somebody’ as well as tracks by Aphex Twin, Kanye West, Future and countless others.
Last year, Point Blank were joined by the Godfather of trance, Ferry Corsten, for a breakdown of his track ‘Free’ with Trance Unity, as well as an exclusive interview.
Gorillaz are set to tour Europe next year.
The digital outfit, who debuted their first episode of Gorillaz' Song Machine Radio on Apple Music last week, have announced they'll be embarking on a five-date tour across Europe in 2021.
The full line-up for next year's Junction 2 has been revealed.
Having had to postpone this year's outing due to the coronavirus pandemic, the annual London festival is set to return for its fifth edition on 4th-5th June 2021.
As well as replicating the entirety of 2020's line-up for next year, Bambounou, Esa and Jossy Mitsu have joined Friday's bill, while Saturday welcomes new additions Deena Abdelwahed, Sam Bangura and Samuel Deep.
Glastonbury co-organiser Emily Eavis says the festival is "very much aiming" to take place in June next year.
Despite Michael Eavis recently stating he thinks a return in 2021 is "wishful thinking", Emily took to Twitter this past weekend to clarify that there were no intentions to postpone next year's edition to September, as some rumours had suggested.
VirtualDJ recently released a new update to its popular DJ software, and with it, a new feature that allows users to separate stems from tracks, in real-time, right there in the software. That means you can fade out, mute and solo vocals, basslines, drums, instruments and more from a fully mixed down track, without having access to the individual parts.
VirtualDJ has announced a new version of their DJing software that allows users to separate parts of the track like vocals, drums and instrumentation in real-time while you DJ. Using a new AI system, the software isolates stems from tracks and lets users access acapella or drums to create mash-ups on the fly.
They’re “the world’s most energetic house duo.” At least, that’s what their Facebook page tells us. However, the Dutch duo (real names Sunnery Gorré and Ryan de Lange) had to spend a chunk of the past 18 months in what was for them an odd position — as homeschooling dads. “But we also had a lot of time in the studio, so we were able to explore, and venture into many different genres,” the pair tells DJ Mag. “And since we’ll pick up touring again, you’ll get to hear much of it soon."