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PREMIERE: GUS PIRELLI FEAT. ANDRE ESPEUT 'MEET IN THE MIDDLE'

Out on 21st June on Gutterfunk

PREMIERE: APHROHEAD 'LET'S PRANCE' (RADIO SLAVE & THOMAS GANDEY LAST COMMUNICATION MI

Out 22nd June via Crosstown Rebels

DARIUS SYROSSIAN TO SPIN AT DO NOT SLEEP SUNDAYS IBIZA

Plus Sidney Charles & Sante at Vista Club from 15th June

CHARIVARI DETROIT REVEALS LINE-UP

1st & 2nd August 2015

WIN TICKETS TO PARKLIFE FESTIVAL WITH NANDO'S

Nando’s turns up the heat at Parklife Weekender
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REVIEW: RANE MP2015 ROTARY MIXER

Rane's new rotary mixer the MP2015 is a rotary work of art...

VIDEO: CHECK OUT THE AUDIOFUSE SOUNDCARD

Arturia Audiofuse soundcard...

4 INCREDIBLE OUTDOOR CLUBBING EXPERIENCES

With Miller Genuine Draft

TOUR DIARY: UNER & TECHNASIA

One DJ that's found his turntable soulmate is Diynamic's Uner, who's teamed up with P

AWAKENINGS FESTIVAL RETURNS WITH BEYER, VATH & MORE

Big, bad and banging as ever...
Rest of Your Life - Darren Styles & Re-con feat Matthew Steeper - TWR

Northern and southern hardcore sounds collide on this collaboration, with the hard and bouncy Northern beats of Re-con meeting the Darren Styles trademark euphoric vocal style. The kick has an almost hardstyle feel to it, with an on-beat bass note, and the tapestop, gliding melody has the cutting-edge stylings of big room house. All this pacing along at a rampant 170bpm, with a catchy vocal courtesy of Matthew Steeper, makes a well-rounded hardcore anthem ready for the summer festival season.

The Big Bad Wolf EP - Skelecta feat Hybrid Theory - 877

A molten meld of house with the usual bass aesthetic from 877. Pops out three useful, if a little identikit, DJ tools.

Urban Myth - Iglew - Gobstopper

Gobstopper’s recent run of releases seems to be following a pattern of not following a pattern. I say that knowing full well how stupid a sentence that might read, but every new drop is a tricksy thing. They’re all built from a similar palette of hollow synthesizers and minimal yet tonk drum work with one eye closed, deep in a dream state, but Iglew’s 'Urban Myth EP' sounds nothing like his labelmates. His awkward grasp on rhythm sticks out by a country mile.

The Z List - Rob Etherson - Glasgow Underground

One half of Mia Dora, Rob Etherson pulls out the big, basseous guns for Kevin McKay's Glasgow Underground, the title track laced with burbling acid.