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KRYSTAL KLEAR DROPS FREE EP

Krystal Klear gives away some long-awaited freebies...

LONDON'S CORONET VENUE UNDER THREAT

Elephant & Castle venue has hosted many medium-sized dance events

FREE TRACK: TUCCILLO 'STUDIO TIME #1'

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RADIO 1 GOES DANCE FOR A WEEK!

BBC station devotes a week to dance in run-up to Ibiza Weekend

JOIN DJ MAG IN THE VIP AT GLOBALGATHERING

Secret headline sets planned after dark
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

MIXING TUTORIAL IN ABLETON LIVE

Part one of Point Blank’s new tutorial

PIONEER LAUNCH VINYL TURNTABLE

PLX-1000 available from late August

PIONEER REKORDBOX 3 UPDATE

Pioneer launch new version of their RekordBox software...

DANCE MUSIC FROM THE BEGINNING: PART TWO

Disco Sucks and the birth of house music

REVIEW: FIELD DAY

Victoria Park, London on Saturday 8th June

REVIEW: FLEETMAC WOOD

'Gold Dust Disco' at The Shacklewell Arms, London
'What's Happening Brother?' - MARVIN GAYE - Motown

"If there's one thing I listen to more than anything else it's probably Marvin Gaye's 'What's Going On?'. Every artist dreams of creating a body of work like this, it's the closest thing to perfection, and I never get tired of its genius."

Freaks Back - Simon Beeston & Andi Numan - Thoughtless

Berlin-based Thoughtless Music is a house and techno label that isn’t afraid to flirt with a little bit of melody, and ‘Freaks Back’ is a tech house record that’s drenched with it; though its real charm comes from the mysterious, otherworldly vibe that Beeston and Numan manage to summon in the studio. While its stark percussion and electro bassline bring a certain harshness, it’s dominated by a haunting psychedelia that gives the record a certain dash of classic progressive house. Also check the turbo-charged remix from Emerson Todd. 

Schizophrenics - Warface - End of Line

New hardstyle label alert! Warface launches his own label, combining female vocals, uplifting melodies, rap vocals and raw beats and drops.

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.