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JOCKEY JOURNAL: REVEALED ON TOUR WITH DYRO

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If you only attend one live gig this month, make it this...

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Live house and techno set from ex-Japanese Popstars man

JAMES SILK'S UNDISCLOSED DJ MAG PODCAST

Funky summer DJ set ahead of new series launch
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BRODANSE’S DANCE COLLABORATIONS

Brodanse spill the beans on working with the almighty Groove Armada…

PANTHA DU PRINCE: ABLETON EXPERIMENTS

Watch Pantha Du Prince experimenting with Ableton Live...

CLOCKWORK’S TOP 5 MIAMI HOT SPOTS

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CHATTIN' BREEZE: FIELD DAY

Field Day, Saturday 7/8th Sunday June, Victoria Park London

CONTEST: JOSEPH CAPRIATI VIP PACKAGE IN NYC

Four tickets to Capriati’s 12-hour set and more
Yee (LNY TNZ Remix) - Deorro - CDR

Bouncy jump vibes on this one from one of the acts I'm tipping for big success this year. The classic vocal will get hands up every time. 

Things Next Door - Alis - Astro:dynamics

Three slices of slightly empirical drone and one super delay-laden drum track make up Alis’ long-awaited debut on the gloriously formed Astro:dynamics label, ‘Things Next Door’. Shabby and brittle to a fault, it’s eerily reas- suring.

Hold Me - Cooly G - Hyperdub

A dancefloor directed three-tracker here from one of South London’s finest beatmakers, with a track featuring the effervescent Scratch DVA called 'Oi Dirty', a rolling bass-heavy number with flighty percussion and grime inflections. Title track 'Hold Me' features Cooly’s own vocals with a simple lyrical refrain, but fast-forward to' Molly', which builds nicely with decayed chords and tech flourishes.

Solar Sailing - John Daly - One Track

John Daly's latest release for One Track showcases the Irish producer's ability to merge musical elements with DJ-friendly arrangements. The 'Full Tide' version of 'Sailing' is informed by Detroit techno as dreamy, woozy chords unfold over a raw, humming bass and tingly percussive slivers. The 'Deep' version brings the chords to the fore, placed over doubled-up claps, while the 'Rhythm Section' version focuses on dense percussion and rolling conga drums. Fans of vintage Kevin Saunderson should seek out 'Sailing'.