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OLIVER $'s VIDEO RELEASED

Is 'Pushing On' heading for the UK's No.1 spot?

SUARA IBIZA VIP COMPETITION

Boat party, Booom, vinyl + more

THE PLUMP DJS GO NUCLEAR!

'Roll Dope Rhymes' has apocalyptic 28 Days Later-style video

THE GARDEN FESTIVAL GOES OUT WITH A BANG

2015 will see final edition of the enchanting Adriatic celebration

DJS RALLY IN SUPPORT OF #SAVEZOUK CAMPAIGN

Sign the petition to help save the iconic Singapore club
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

MIXING TUTORIAL IN ABLETON LIVE (PART ONE)

Essential video tutorial from Point Blank

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: GLASTONBURY 2014

New world order

HIGH FIVE: AUGUST

We give you five of this month's top nights
Kill Yourself Dancing - Razz - Sunset Records

Reissue of a rare moment in the history of proto-Chicago house. A very significant production from 1985 by Razz aka Ralphie Rosario and Matt Warren.

Siren’s Song - James Dymond - Who's Afraid of 138!?

With one every week dropping into the inbox, this was the month that WAO’s release trickle became a flood. The quality threshold’s largely held and with much to pick from, it's James Dymond’s ‘Siren’s Song’ that just manages the chequered flag. Grand Oscar-worthy strings, poleaxing drums, plenty of the titular vocal style and loads of welly in its production V8, this should get the job done.

For You - Mobley’s Groove - Rock Sucks

Disco gets its revenge with a reissue of The Mobley Gang’s super-rare, electro disco moment from 1983, ‘Groove For You’.

Cowboys and Hustlers - LAW - Showlovepeoplenowkiss

Judge… book… cover… it's a tired old truism, but if you were to look at the happy, smiling face of Lauren Holt on the cover of her latest EP you’d have little idea of exactly what darkness and oddity lies within. Follow-up to the equally quirky, interesting and complex debut  ‘Haters and Gangsters’ EP, this bold, forthright and strident collection of songs once again marks LAW out as an unusual, prodigious talent.