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EXCLUSIVE MIX: MAO RA SUN

Mao Ra Sun provide a groove infused journey through the soul with this exclusive mix

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DANCE MUSIC FROM THE BEGINNING: PART THREE

The Belleville Three

EXCLUSIVE: SMOKIN’ JO CARNIVAL MIX

Downloadable mix arrives just in time for Carnival weekend
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The award-winning production school opens in Los Angeles

HIT THE ROAD, JACK

A handy USB Hub and a cool way to protect your Digital DJing accessories, this is the

REVIEW: MILLER SOUNDCLASH FINAL AT MARQUEE DAYCLUB

Also featuring Ashely Walbridge & Cedric Gervais

REVIEW: BEACONS FESTIVAL, UK

Hardcore clubbers head-to-head with the country-bumpkins of Yorkshire...

REVIEW: FOR FESTIVAL, HVAR, CROATIA

On the gorgeous island of Hvar, boutique raving at its finest...
Midnight Creepers (Remixes) - Midnight Magic - Permanent Vacation

The Brooklyn-based disco/electro crew are back with new remix versions of key tracks from their ‘Midnight Creepers’ album of last year. Session Victim emerge with a skewed version of ‘Same Way I Feel’, twisting in a curious mix of new wave, house and broken beats, whilst Hugh Mane nods back to Marshall Jefferson with a proto-house mix. The highlights are remixes from Blasé and Bell Towers, with an inspired Italo-style disco fix.

In the Box - Andreas Saag - Local Talk

Mad Mats and Tooli present Andreas Saag's third release on their Local Talk imprint. It's great, as per, the skippy, garage anthem 'Suddenly I Woke Up' just edging it.

Hero (Gammer Remix) - Pegboard Nerds - TBC

Awesome UK hardcore rework of this dubstep crossover monster. Word on the street is that it's going to be a free release, so keep your eyes peeled, as this one is hot.

Fully Loaded (Levela Jump Up Remix) - Run Tingz & Breakah feat Doubla J - Run Tingz Originals

Coming from Bristol, the UK’s home of mash-up music, this little slice of sunshine makes full use of all its musical roots. The original slab of ragga has been mixed up into something fit for a different dance. So proud to call itself jump-up, it's in the track title, this is low-down and dirty, gritty growling bass done with a smile, lifted by the original dancehall vocal and large sprinkling of dub sirens. Big tings for carnival!