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GAME CHANGERS: DJ MARKY & XRS 'LK'

Our YouTube series telling the stories behind dance music's seminal tracks continues.

PREMIERE: SEB WILDBLOOD 'COME INTO MY HOUSE'

We premiere the title track of Seb Wildblood's new EP

TENAGLIA MIXES THE NEXT BALANCE COMP

US music legend's first mix album for six years

RETURN TO THE SOURCE RETURNS

London psy-trance party celebrates its 21st birthday

KRYSTAL KLEAR DROPS FREE EP

Krystal Klear gives away some long-awaited freebies...
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

MIXING TUTORIAL IN ABLETON LIVE

Part one of Point Blank’s new tutorial

PIONEER LAUNCH VINYL TURNTABLE

PLX-1000 available from late August

PIONEER REKORDBOX 3 UPDATE

Pioneer launch new version of their RekordBox software...

MILLER MUSIC TOUR: 2013 MEMORIES

Ahead of Miller SoundClash we look back on MMT 2013

REVIEW: GLASTONBURY 2014

New world order

HIGH FIVE: AUGUST

We give you five of this months top nights
'Printloop (The Others Remix)' - PLASTICIAN - Terrorhythm

"Taken from Terrorhythm’s forthcoming ‘Remastered’ album. It has been a great project to be involved with and I’m really happy with the way this remix has turned out.

Cold As Ice - Joey Riot & J@MIE - Lethal Theory

Continuing on the “powerstomp” sound sweeping the UK hardcore scene at the moment, this collaboration is pure four-to-the-floor bouncy action. The hook of the track is a sample from the '70s power ballad from Foreigner! Despite already having been sampled many times within the rave scene, it’s been just long enough to make this a welcome return of a classic, especially with the new powerstomp twist.

'What's Happening Brother?' - MARVIN GAYE - Motown

"If there's one thing I listen to more than anything else it's probably Marvin Gaye's 'What's Going On?'. Every artist dreams of creating a body of work like this, it's the closest thing to perfection, and I never get tired of its genius."

Moving On - Break - Horizons

Sun-kissed and glorious, sexy and sumptuous, this track's warm, unassuming bass gently teases, while subtle sax notes effortlessly soothe. Performing the seemingly impossible, 'Moving On' is sublimely seductive and provocative but still packs in the power, really giving it to you when it’s needed. True to his unrivalled reputation, Break’s performance delivers once again: clean and precise production, guitar licks and the odd pop of echoed vox, nothing short of spectacular.