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SIX ARTISTS YOU NEED TO SEE AT GLOBALGATHERING 2014

Our must-see acts for this weekend’s festival

2020 VISION: LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT

Ralph Lawson's Leeds house music institution 2020 Vision celebrates 20 momentous year

TRAXSOURCE TEAMS UP WITH AUDIOLOCK

Labels get instant anti-piracy protection by ticking a box

FORWARD MOVEMENTS

Detroit's annual Movement Festival has evolved into a mecca for unity, love and hope

TAKE TEN: A-TRAK

A-Trak talks about the tracks that helped define his sound
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

EXAMPLE ON SONGWRITING, COLLABORATION & MAJOR LABELS

Point Blank speak to the dynamic artist

PIONEER LAUNCH VINYL TURNTABLE

PLX-1000 available from late August

PIONEER REKORDBOX 3 UPDATE

Pioneer launch new version of their RekordBox software...

SCENE FOCUS: AUSTRALIA

With Miller Genuine Draft

REVIEW: WISH OUTDOOR FESTIVAL 2014

DJ Mag endures the Dutch EDM fest and makes it out alive

LET'S GO OUTSIDE

Diynamic announces alternative residency at Cova Santa
Triple 7 (Cally Remix) - S.H.O.K.K - Hard Blitz

Cally (ex Cally & Juice) delivers his first solo remix, taking on European hard trance legends S.H.O.K.K’s new release for an energetic kick and bass workout, with great use of the main melodies, and some ferocious basslines made for dancefloors.

Bass Jam - Damo Cassetti - Tidy

The world's biggest and most prolific hard house label Tidy is back on fine form — having just delivered a weekender to over 2000 clubbers along with sister brand Ideal in April, it's time to get the label moving again. This new release from newcomer Damo Cassetti goes back to the '90s Tidy sound, to where it all began, with groovy percussion, rap vocals and garage-sounding funky basslines. Keep an eye on this label, as it brings back nostalgic sounds in 2014.

Knowing We’ll Be Here - Daniel Avery - Phantasy

The venerable album closer from Avery’s stunning 'Drone Logic' gets its well-deserved shot in the limelight, the thinking man’s hands-in-the-air, end-of-night anthem. Fall in love with those classic prog-house stabs all over again, and then let Bulgaria’s KiNK deliver his driving club version, which out into blissful bells.

Playboy - Dodge & Fuski vs Nick Thayer - Disciple Recordings

All twerking and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Well, saying that, this is actually quite fun, if a little disposable.