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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

Fresh off the release of his debut Zodiac album, Los Angeles producer Xan Griffin is back with a remix of Kongsted and Temmpo’s “Boomerang.”

London’s Junction 2 festival brought Adam Beyer and Carl Cox together for an iconic b2b set that served as an exemplar of electronic at its very best. The performance will long outlive the single weekend of Junction 2’s 2018 year of production, given the full-length arrival of Beyer and Cox’s appearance, courtesy of Mixmag. “It’s [...]

Chernobyling Music Festival is anything but typical in the landscape of modern day music festivals.

As a producer, it can be difficult creating a home studio. In an ideal world, a musician or producer would have a recording studio in their own living space. The goal is to get authentic, amazing sounding audio and minimize travel time. Looking at layouts for some of the most famous recording studios in the […]

Followers of Sudbeat, Lost&Found, and other strong progressive labels have probably seen Eli Nissan’s name floating around, or have heard his work rinsed in his peers sets. Having returned a few years ago from a brief hiatus, this stalwart — who’s played a pioneering role in the Israeli music sphere for two decades — has […]

Space Jesus has been called the “bass messiah” by Bassrush. Digital Ethos, whose recent collaboration with Bassnectar has quickly amassed him a sizable following, is a newcomer who fuses minimalist dubstep with a West Coast bass sound design. Both are masters of the experimental bass category, with Jedi-like senses for moving their crowd slow and […]

Following up his chart-topping debut album, Spencer Brown released its second installment, Illusion Of Perfection pt. II. The San Fransisco-native is a profound staple in the Anjunabeats family, with whom he released the album, for the past few years. According to Brown, the remarkably well-received release is nothing more than a mix album, stemming from […]

Nile Rodgers has proven his knack for writing hit songs over the past five decades, with collabs from Duran Duran to Daft Punk under his belt. Keeping up with the newest names in funky pop music, Rodgers and Chic have taken to the Jools Holland show on BBC Two with Mura Masa and NAO to […]

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