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JOHN DAHLBÄCK TALKS NEW COLLAB WITH BENNY BENASSI

Quick fire Q&A about "Blink Again"

JOCKEY JOURNAL: DYRO REVEALED ON TOUR

Dyro's Providence recount of Revealed North America Bus Tour with Hardwell and Dannic

DAVE I.D. NEW EP

Plus Record Store Day Front 242 remix 12" & NTS Show

JOCKEY JOURNAL: HARDWELL REVEALED ON TOUR

Hardwell's Boston recount of Revealed North America Bus Tour with Dannic and Dyro

EMERGING IBIZA FESTIVAL AND THE FUTURE ISLAND STARS

Dictate the future sound of Ibiza
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BRODANSE’S DANCE COLLABORATIONS

Brodanse spill the beans on working with the almighty Groove Armada…

PANTHA DU PRINCE: ABLETON EXPERIMENTS

Watch Pantha Du Prince experimenting with Ableton Live...

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Miami Music Week tick down

CHATTIN' BREEZE: FIELD DAY

Field Day, Saturday 7/8th Sunday June, Victoria Park London

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Four tickets to Capriati’s 12-hour set and more
The Room Where I Belong EP - Mr Mitch - Gobstopper Records

Easily one of Grime’s most exciting producers pushing the boundaries with style and confidence. Sick EP.

Turn It Up (Remixes) - Factory Floor - DFA

Laurel Halo trumped most last year with the brilliant, long- playing 'Chance Of Rain' on Hyperdub; now she applies some of her maverick talent to Factory Floor's latest single. Remodelling the primitive pulse of the band's arcane drum machines, Halo's version reaches a giddy climax with nebulous synths and smudged dub tones. In contrast, Detroit techno hero, Carl Craig, reduces the groove to a darkened, hypnotic club tool.

Sound Killer - Ed:it - SGN:LTD

It prowls powerfully before quickly pouncing with an almighty drop, signaled by the deep-voiced warning of the 'Sound Killer'. This hugely layered track draws influences from seemingly every possible direction. Dub-style vox, wailing monks, crashing thunderous drums, techy metallic samples, you name it, it's here.

The Return - Rico Tubbs - Bass=Win

This is indeed the return of Rico Tubbs, although put alongside his bass music classic ‘Gangsters’, it does seem to be going through the motions a tad. The template is the same and the constituent parts - wobbly bass, hype slippy-slidey garage beats, arcade game noises etc - are all present and correct, but it doesn't quite gel. The TJH87 revamp drops it down into a funky thang, Kepikei employs a deep burrowing bass, hardcore yelps and low-slung breaks for an understated tech-funk DJ tool, and Kraymer's turn is an undesirable trappist melee. Patchy.