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Flying Over England rave flyers book
Flying Over England rave flyers book

It features more than 150 pages of old rave flyers...

150 minutes of intense dark ambience, breakcore and experimental techno from the enigmatic innovator

Enigmatic breakcore and dark ambient innovator Christoph De Babalon delivers 150 minutes of engulfing atmospheres and harrowing rhythms in our first Podcast mix of 2019. We meet the revered cult figure to discuss critical resurgence, his forthcoming release on A L T E R, collaboration, fragility and being a reluctant prophet of doom

A whole load of amazing gift ideas for electronic music fans, all under £100. You're welcome…

The first dBridge album in 10 years pushes the boundaries of what drum & bass can be...

The first dBridge album in 10 years pushes the boundaries of what drum & bass can be to the limit, but as we find out when we meet him at Sun And Bass festival in Sardinia, it comes from a deep passion for the music, his family and friends…

Words:DAVE JENKINS 
Pics: KHALI ACKFORD, DOGGER

RKSS Illegal Materials dj mag
RKSS Illegal Materials dj mag

The EDM manipulator mutates a collection of Top 40 dance cuts…

nash does work-- Passarella Death Squad Violet remix premiere
nash does work-- Passarella Death Squad Violet remix premiere

Passarella Death Squad return to their parent label with the spectral, Chris & Cosey-invoking ‘In Heaven’. Naive label boss and DJ extraordinaire Violet steps up with a breaks-led and sprawling club remix…

LCD Electric Lady Studios
LCD Electric Lady Studios

They’ve shared a cover of Heaven 17’s ‘(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang’...

This new 96-page book, Beyond Heaven: Chicago House Party Flyers From 1983-1989, documents the rise of Chicago house...

This new 96-page book, Beyond Heaven: Chicago House Party Flyers From 1983-1989, documents the rise of Chicago house using classic posters and artwork from the pioneering parties that paved the way for the scene we know and love today...

WORDS: Kirsty Allison

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