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FRANKIE KNUCKLES CELEBRATED: ONE YEAR ON

A new comp and two previously unaired mixes to mark the occasion

MIAMI BLOG: DAY FIVE

We spend our final day dancing at Last Resort

MC DRS RELEASES SECOND ARTIST ALBUM

Drum & bass MC eases out 'Mid Mic Crisis' on Marcus Intalex's label

THE PRODIGY: THE PRODIGAL SONS

The Prodigy have defined a movement, a generation. Their new album is out today

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RELOOP RMX-60

Overview of Reloop's new club mixer, the RMX-60...

SNEAK PEEK AT THE TRAKTOR D2

Check out the new Traktor 'D2' from Native Instruments

TOP 100 CLUBS 2015: THE MAIN CONTENDERS

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DEEP INSIDE SOFIA

DJ Mag shipped Dutchmen Ryan Marciano, Sunnery James, Fedde Le Grand and Hardwell to

INTEC TO TAKEOVER FABRIC

Intec Allstars takeover the whole of Fabric...
Gagarin (Remixes) - Public Service Broadcasting - Test Card Recordings

Psychemagik and Richard Norris offer their services on this spacey disco tribute to the first Russian cosmonaut.

Machine EP - BadKlatt - Dub Police

The debut four-tracker from this Gloucester producer is a chewy Picnic of halfstep shenanigans — tough, rugged and raw, but with a nicely sculpted finesse.

Vapourspace - Sasha - Last Night On Earth

Progressive doyen Sasha returns with his first single in four years, and he makes sure it packs the requisite punch, with ‘Vapourspace’ reflecting his increasing willingness in recent years to embrace his trancier side. Though it simmers with lashings of techno, Sasha works mostly with pure progressive power here, the dark rumble of the bassline slowly swelling into the melodic boom that takes hold in the latter part of the track. Sasha isn’t afraid to unleash here, with ‘Vapourspace’ representing a peaktime indulgence.

Human Error EP - Social State - Gobstopper Records

Existing on the hypereal peripheries of grime, Mr Mitch and his Gobstopper label continue to flex. And this two-track EP is a superb example of coming different. ‘Human Error’ is a sloppy, drugged-up episode. ‘She Was Loved’ is like James Blake on Prozac. I like.