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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...

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 months top nights
How You Love Me (Panda Remix) - 3LAU feat Bright Lights - Island

Tempers down the brash vocal EDM vibes of the original single from 3LAU and Bright Lights, exchanging it for some summery electro grooves. Smooth, silky and fun.  

Going Under (feat Sarah) - Subkilla - Subground Records

Superb trance-inspired airy vocal in this new Subground release, combined with pitch-bended stabs, heavy drops and melodic breakdowns, making this a great track for warming up those harder floors.

I Want To Party - Toneshifterz - WE R

The Aussie hardstyle producer is back with a killer hardstyle anthem for the summer. Taking a trip down memory lane, Toneshifterz opts for his classic chopped diva vocal style and “happy hardstyle” melody, which gives it an instant 2010 vibe, but dressed with all the current sounds of the scene to keep this one very much with one foot forward, too. An instant hit on the dancefloor.

The Touch (Solaris Heights Remix) - Grum - Heartbeats

Around one minute and 34 seconds into 'The Touch', a broad, beaming grin should, if your face is all working properly, start to spread warmth into your soul. Scots wunderkind Grum has manipulated a Nina Simone album to some rather devastating effect here. It’s the kind of affirming house music that makes you fall in love with it all over again and want to hug strangers on a sweaty, pulsating dancefloor. In the sun. Add some very competitive mixes from Sebastian Leger, Solaris Heights and Andre Sobota, and you have an ample and unexpected contender for track of the summer.