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VIDEO: LONE 'RESTLESS CITY'

Cartoon flick for Lone's jazz/house magic

FABRIC TURNS 15

DJ Mag celebrate with 15 hours in the club

WATCH TWO UNDERWORLD ‘DUBNOBASS…’ MINI-DOCS

Vintage dance duo release a couple of mini-docs about their classic album

WATCH TIGA’S ACE NEW VIDEO FOR ‘BUGATTI’

Canadian techno-electro dude collabs with French director for stylish promo flick

TICKET GIVEAWAY: ANDY C AT BRIXTON ACADEMY

We have a pair of tickets to give away for Andy C's soldout show at Brixton Academy..
POINT BLANK TUTORIAL

MOON BOOTS INTERVIEW: IMS ENGAGE 2014

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NOVATION AT ADE 2014

Join Novation as they celebrate all things ADE

NATIVE INSTRUMENTS ANNOUNCE KONTROL S8

Flagship Traktor Controller from the NI camp

THIS WEEK'S ESSENTIAL DOWNLOADS

With Miller Genuine Draft

HIGH FIVE: OCTOBER

The five nights you need to hit in the UK this October!

NOISE IT UP! MUTE!

Mute! was started in 2011 as an illegal rave in Bolton by two lads...
Look At the Sun - Seahawks - Ocean Moon

Can it get any more Balearic? Features Tim Burgess on vocals and includes remixes from Prins Thomas and Chris Coco. The label’s even called Ocean Moon.

Phenomenon - Duro - Dutch Master Works

Brand new act Audiometrics take on this classic hardstyle track by one half of Showtek, DJ Duro, showcasing that for a brand new act on the scene they already have their production values nailed down to compete with the best. Keep an eye on these guys into 2015...

Coax/Thundare - Graze - New Kanada

From the get go, ‘Coax’ feels like the sound of Graze resetting all the machine defaults after their 'Edges' album dropped back in January. A different beast altogether, there’s a tougher more actual assault to it; from the very temperament of the drums to the timbre of the lead line it feels like it all has a specific purpose. If people overlooked Graze before, coming with a sound such as this certainly makes them harder to ignore.

Aint No Stoppin’ Us - Brunks - WX/WL

A white label only single-sided release, newcomer Brunks, who hails from the North West of England, could have made this in 2002/03. It drips with influences from the early dubstep sound of EL-B. ‘Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us’ opens up with a soulful vocal, nicely counterpointed by a rolling MC flow over a darkside, rolling, syncopated garage riddim.