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Their final album is due next year...

The Diplo-led American trio has broken sound barriers and world records. With the group’s final album on the horizon, DJ Mag chronicles a decade of the genre-bending crew... 

Words: JOHN OCHOA

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Learn how to use a modular synth without spending every penny you have…

Carl Cox and Eric Powell's Mobile Disco event did not disappoint...

Kieran Hebden returns to Alexandra Palace
Kieran Hebden returns to Alexandra Palace

A second date has been added due to high demand...

'Silver Echoes' from Erol Alkan arrives in November
'Silver Echoes' from Erol Alkan arrives in November

It has been a long time coming from the Phantasy man... 

Four Tet Alexandra Palace May 2019
Four Tet Alexandra Palace May 2019

The electronic innovator’s immersive light show heads to one the UK’s finest venues…

Deadmau5 Ministry of Sound
Deadmau5 Ministry of Sound

A special run of events will happen under the World Leaders in Dance Music banner…

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising the top this month...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising the top this month. From percussive house, bass and breaks to galactic ambient and electro, here's September's list of next-gen talent you need to know...

Motorbass were the gently beating heart of French dance music in the 1990s, the duo’s octopus arms encircling everything positive that would come to pass in the scene’s French touch pomp...

DJ Mag's new Solid Gold series revisists and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In this first edition, Ben Cardew explores the enduring relevance of Motorbass' (Étienne de Crécy and Philippe Zdar) pivotal French touch record, 'Pansoul', one of the most inspiring electronic records to ever come out of the country...

The Firehouse boss digs deep, revealing the inspiration behind her new band project, Pleasure Planet...

Kim Ann Foxman’s Firehouse Records is all about the house music; a label that celebrates all the great things going on in New York and has built solid foundations since 2014. But right now there’s an exciting twist in Kim’s discography, in the form of her latest project Pleasure Planet, alongside Andrew Potter and Brian Hersey. The trio have been working together for the best part of five years with their first collaboration heard on NY imprint Throne Of Blood. Harking back to the synth sounds of the ‘80s with hints of Italo disco, their latest ‘Pleasure Planet’ EP has come via Foxman and Potter’s colourful new imprint self: timer. We catch up with Foxman to reminisce about the essential records that inspired the Pleasure Planet sound — from Nu Groove classics to New Order...

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