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OLIVER HELDENS: 2 FUTURE 4 YOU

Oliver Heldens gets candid about his haters and evolving the future house sound...

IT TAKES TWO: ELI & FUR

Eli and Fur: a dynamic duo dedicated to making deeply melodic vocal house cuts...

PREMIERE: LAURENCE GUY - LES MUR

Laurence Guy drops his new EP via Monologues.

SKRILLEX AND DIPLO DROP JACK U ALBUM

Stream the full JACK Ü LP from Skrillex and Diplo

BASEMENT JAXX ADDED TO SW4 LINE UP

Sunday headliners for Clapham Common
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

TRANCE & EDM MIX BREAKDOWN W/ MIKE KOGLIN: PART 1

FREE COURSE SAMPLES

THE BIG FREEZE: ICICLE IN THE STUDIO

Drum & bass supremo Icicle is dropping some ice-cold beats on to the streets...

AMINE EDGE & DANCE IN THE STUDIO

We take a peek at the studio set-up of 'G-house' dudes Amine Edge & DANCE...

4 CLUBS SET TO SHAKE UP TOP 100 CLUBS 2015

With Miller Genuine Draft

MARCH'S TOP CLUB NIGHTS

SPRING IS ALMOST HERE, SO MARCH RIGHT IN!

BEHIND THE SCENE: SWITCH SOUTHAMPTON

An old theatre turning on Southampton? DJ Mag flicks on the light...
Change Please - FD - Spearhead

As the imprint enters its centenary year they celebrate their continued success with a debut release from FD. A soulful and jazzy roller with Sunday morning listening stamped all over it.

The Fuse - Qo feat Ryme Tyme - Eat Brain

With a loud and sinister atmosphere, consistent with everything we know of neurofunk connoisseurs Eat Brain, Czech producer Qo returns to the imprint, bringing with him a section of hard-hitting drum patterns and an evil, monstrous bassline. Long time legend Ryme Tyme provides the vocal talent, with a set of conscious bars rather than a quick hook. Mean, fast and aggressive, the lit fuse was definitely attached to a banger. 

Fiber Optic EP - Barely Alive - Disciple Recordings

Big bouncy mainstream dubstep from the BA boys. ‘Zombie Hunter’ keeps it cool and rowdy with a distinctly gangsta flex, rinsed with the usual mid-range squelches, screeches and distortion. ‘Boston Shit’ flips upside-down for a twerk-off, and ‘Laser Up’ ratchets up the vibe further, whilst the Habstrakt remix fails to beat it.

Floorshow EP - Dubspeeka & Visionz - DEXT Recordings

Swooping down into the blackened abyss, a flash of colour, a flex of muscle, the strong line of a granite jaw cutting through the smog, you can just make out the Marvel-esque features of Chris Finke’s Bodyjack as he scoops this good but rather aimless EP out of the volcano of forgotten house 12”s and into the realm of something vaguely, but thankfully, danceable. Long live the Bombastic Mr Bodyjack.