Golden beak-wearing house producer Claptone has unveiled the first single to be taken from his forthcoming debut album. ‘Dear Life’ sees the producer rekindle his partnership with dOP vocalist Jaw for a bittersweet slice of...

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Daft Punk’s website Daftpunk.com is a treasure chest of merchandising from posters to belt buckles, and today the French robots added a new product to the burgeoning list: a Da Funk-inspired 70s Skateboard. Handmade in...

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Sony’s current spat with Soundcloud over “lack of monetisation options” has taken a turn for the worse after French DJ and producer Madeon revealed that Sony will delete his Soundcloud page in the coming days...

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While The Twelves’ output is largely sporadic the Brazilian tag team still command a strong following – so it’s exciting to see the duo grab a spot on Kitsuné’s 4th ‘America’ compilation, which is set...

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For those of you who go to Mighty Mouse’s Nightfilm parties at Cabaret Voltaire in Edinburgh you’ll have probably come across Nightfilm’s latest signee Le Visiteur. But for those that don’t, and that includes us,...

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SOUND THE KLAXONS FOR THE TWO-WEEK WARNING This is your two week warning! June the 6th is two weeks away, and that means that 2015’s instalment of Field Day is two weeks away too. If...

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Having secured a spot on the third instalment of the Eskimo’s recently released Orange collection, Marvin Dan III & Lee ‘The Black Belt’ Guy, aka Marvin & Guy, return with another one of their transcending disco...

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A swarm of angry mechanical hornets appears… My room is filled with buzzing hornets, and I’m strangely OK with it. Either that or my speakers have malfunctioned and I’m totally misconstruing this new Fake Blood...

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Just two weeks from the release of his second artist album, ‘1983’, Danish producer Kölsch is in full-on remix mode with two of his remixes getting the Radio 1 treatment in as many weeks. First up, you...

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Punks Jump Up have today announced that they’re starting their own label, Muzik Box, which is inspired by Chicago club night of the same name hosted by DJ Ron Hardy. According to the duo, “Hardy’s complete disregard...

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Having released his debut album ‘It’s Album Time’ last year, Norwegian disco king Todd Terje will release a new remixes EP, ‘It’s Remix Time’, this July. Set to be released on July 10, four new...

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While Jean Michel-Jarre’s collaboration with Gesaffelstein seems to have divided opinion somewhat, Jarre’s collaboration with M83 seems to be a little more identifiable to both artists. Straight off the bat it has that whimsical quality...

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Stream Tensnake’s ‘The Walk’

May 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Tensnake is set to release a brand-new EP this June, and it’s the first piece of material since the Hamburg producer’s debut album ‘Glow’. Back on a house tip, ‘The Walk’ sees the German producer on...

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Stream KC Lights’ ‘No No No’

May 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Having impressed us with his last release, ‘The World’, Scottish producer KC Lights – real name Kerr Slaven – is about to release a new EP, and it’s already picking up support from Pete Tong,...

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Having helped produce Brodinski and Theopilus’s new records, and Club Cheval’s forthcoming debut album, Myd is a name you’re going to be hearing a lot more of in the coming months. A DJ, producer, Sound engineer, and...

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LG challenged me to use their new flagship Android handset, the G4, to run the blog for the last two weeks to see if it made my life easier than using my trusty iPhone –...

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The writing has been on the wall for quite sometime, but today it has been announced that Glasgow nightclub The Arches will be forced to close. At a meeting of Glasgow’s licensing board it was...

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Soulwax return with a brand-new remix of neo-soul collective Jungle and their track ‘Julia’, which is taken from Jungle’s breakout self-titled debut album. Dripping in with effects, Soulwax breakdown the original into its constituent parts...

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If Jupiter’s two albums were siblings, their first, ‘Juicy Lucy’, would be the younger, more excitable one, full of the joys of life. That would then make their newly released album, ‘Bandana Republic’, the cooler,...

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Legendary production duo Groove Armada have announced that they will release a new album, ‘Little Black Book’, this summer via Jamo & Andy George’s Moda Black imprint. Part of the imprint’s album concept, it’s the second...

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