. djmag.com

PREMIERE: GUS PIRELLI FEAT. ANDRE ESPEUT 'MEET IN THE MIDDLE'

Out on 21st June on Gutterfunk

PREMIERE: APHROHEAD 'LET'S PRANCE' (RADIO SLAVE & THOMAS GANDEY LAST COMMUNICATION MI

Out 22nd June via Crosstown Rebels

DARIUS SYROSSIAN TO SPIN AT DO NOT SLEEP SUNDAYS IBIZA

Plus Sidney Charles & Sante at Vista Club from 15th June

CHARIVARI DETROIT REVEALS LINE-UP

1st & 2nd August 2015

WIN TICKETS TO PARKLIFE FESTIVAL WITH NANDO'S

Nando’s turns up the heat at Parklife Weekender
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

WIN KORG TAKTILE 49, LEGACY SYNTH, SAMSON MONITORS & COURSE WORTH £1.2K!

FREE COURSE SAMPLES

REVIEW: RANE MP2015 ROTARY MIXER

Rane's new rotary mixer the MP2015 is a rotary work of art...

VIDEO: CHECK OUT THE AUDIOFUSE SOUNDCARD

Arturia Audiofuse soundcard...

4 INCREDIBLE OUTDOOR CLUBBING EXPERIENCES

With Miller Genuine Draft

TOUR DIARY: UNER & TECHNASIA

One DJ that's found his turntable soulmate is Diynamic's Uner, who's teamed up with P

AWAKENINGS FESTIVAL RETURNS WITH BEYER, VATH & MORE

Big, bad and banging as ever...
Sweet Bitter Love EP - Keita Sano - Spring Theory

Inspiringly original stuff from Japanese producer Keita Sano, out of the San Francisco-Parisian axis that is Spring Theory. 'Once I Found A Diamond' is superbly wonky, a dirty synth bassline holding things down lest the wayward synths threaten to go feral. The ever-reliable Jacques Renault turns in an understated peak-time version. 'Sweet Bitter Love' is fucking brilliant, and that's perhaps the only way to properly describe it. It's an insane blend of disco and Latin calypso. 'Bouzouk' is house from the Orient. Oh, well done.

Forro Brasil/ Primeira Estrella - Fabiano Do Nascimento - Now Again

Yet another interesting, unexpected and inspired signing from the brilliant Now Again, who unveil the talents of this young, Brazilian guitarist. Featuring none other than legendary percussionist Airto Moreira (who appears here on his first album project in 10 years) you know this musically astute, dot-joining talent is clearly going to be one to watch. After all, it’s not every day your debut offering gets a stamp of approval from a bona fide legend.

Oxide - Amos & Fre4knc - Dispatch Recordings

Amos return to Dispatch with their latest three-track single, headed up by ‘Oxide’ which employs the talents of Dutchman Fre4knc. The track, of course, lies in the heavier realm of our beloved spectrum and has a sense of regality about it — it’s dark, twisted and takes you to completely unexpected places. A techy toolshed stepper, bringing us all sorts of grinding, pounding metallic sounds, with itchy glitches and rumbling, stomach-turning bass drops.    

Kingdom Come - The Viper & Nosferatu - Neophyte

A clash of two Dutch hardcore legends on this one, bringing nothing less than pure fire to your speakers. Rampant beats and repetitive hip-hop hype vocals give this track incredible energy, which is offset perfectly by the pop-rock style break, which gives the dancefloors a brief moment to draw breath for the ‘stadium clap-a-long’ section of the track. Follow this up with a killer melody, and drop back to the raging kicks, and you have a mainstream hardcore hit.