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KITTEN & THE HIP: COOL FOR CATS

They were on X-Factor last weekend, but DJ Mag featured them back in July...

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FREEDOM OF THE DJ: EPISODE ONE

Retrospective doc explores DJ history

“IT'S NOT US”: BONDAX ON THAT PHOTO

UK house duo talk about cyber controversy
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BRODANSE: BEHIND THE SCENES OF THEIR LIVE PERFORMANCE

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THE NEW PIONEER DDJ-SX2 CONTROLLER

Pioneer release the NEW DDJ-SX2 Serato DJ Controller..

ABLETON PUSH: NEW PERFORMANCE VIDEO

Watch Jesse Abayomi demonstrate the power of Push...

TONIGHT: LUMINOCITY RETURNS TO CHILE

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HIGH FIVE: SEPTEMBERS TOP CLUB NIGHTS

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REVIEW: BEACONS FESTIVAL, UK

Hardcore clubbers head-to-head with the country-bumpkins of Yorkshire...
Inside - Waverider feat Szen - Scantraxx Silver

Waverider is back with a bang after a break away from releases with this big vocal hit, very much on the same tip as his past releases, very catchy festival music.

Modulation Cave - Mike Parker - Deep Sound Channel

US producer Mike Parker has a distinctive sound and if you’re not a fan of his linear, tonal techno then ‘Cave’ is probably not for you. On the first version, he plots a path between F.U.S.E-style acid intensity and his own tunnelling hypnotics. The second take, while not as intense, is the better track, with the Geophone boss delivering a more subtle groove and acidic pulses that seep under the listener’s skin.

Chimes - Hudson Mohawke - Warp

If ‘Chimes’ is anything to go by, then the full four-track EP — that we are still waiting to get our grubby little mitts on — should be a bit of a belter.

 

Signals on the Double - Retape - 030303

Norwegian producer Retape delivers a diverse release for Dutch label 030303. While some of the tracks make nods to the imprint’s love of the acid sound, there are enough twists and turns to keep fans of Detroit techno, Hague electro and Italo happy.