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OLIVER HELDENS: 2 FUTURE 4 YOU

Oliver Heldens gets candid about his haters and evolving the future house sound...

IT TAKES TWO: ELI & FUR

Eli and Fur: a dynamic duo dedicated to making deeply melodic vocal house cuts...

PREMIERE: LAURENCE GUY - LES MUR

Laurence Guy drops his new EP via Monologues.

SKRILLEX AND DIPLO DROP JACK U ALBUM

Stream the full JACK Ü LP from Skrillex and Diplo

BASEMENT JAXX ADDED TO SW4 LINE UP

Sunday headliners for Clapham Common
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

TRANCE & EDM MIX BREAKDOWN W/ MIKE KOGLIN: PART 1

FREE COURSE SAMPLES

THE BIG FREEZE: ICICLE IN THE STUDIO

Drum & bass supremo Icicle is dropping some ice-cold beats on to the streets...

AMINE EDGE & DANCE IN THE STUDIO

We take a peek at the studio set-up of 'G-house' dudes Amine Edge & DANCE...

4 CLUBS SET TO SHAKE UP TOP 100 CLUBS 2015

With Miller Genuine Draft

THIS MONTH'S TOP CLUB NIGHTS

A fistful of fun to brighten your February

BEHIND THE SCENE: SWITCH SOUTHAMPTON

An old theatre turning on Southampton? DJ Mag flicks on the light...
In The Heat Of The Moment (Andrew Weatherall Remix) - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Sour Mash

Weatherall flips brother Noel’s latest single with the High Flying Birds into a tense, building and hypnotix fix for the death disco.

Parody/Progresso - Bottin - Bearfunk

With a little production help from neighbouring Italo-disco compadre Rodion, Bottin drops this sharp, two-track single for long-supporting UK nu-disco label, Bearfunk. Keeping a mood that’s positively upbeat, ‘Parody’ shuffles along to a particularly rippling, analogue disco groove with neatly cascading arpeggios and shimmering fx. On the flipside, ‘Progresso’ rolls out a tracky, proto-house tune with some biting, ‘punk-funk’ snares. Monster.

Abattoir - Kahn - Deep Medi

Like an archetypal dubstep blueprint, Kahn has managed to craft two tracks which simultaneously transports you back to Mass, DMZ in early 2006 in a fog of weed smoke and Foreign Export swagger, whilst still feeling totally relevant in 2015. The sound has almost been waiting these past nine years for everyone else to come full circle to appreciate its broad influences, open mindedness and discerning palate. Superb.

All the Massive - Kambelt - Top Drawer Digital

Dons of all things rave-edged and breakbeat-fuelled at faster tempos, Top Drawer Digital, bring us a typically boisterous 145bpm killa featuring jackhammer bass, sirens and Prodigy-esque keys, plus a stirring "big shout to all the massive" vocal.