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Frenzied and futuristic, Aquarian and Deapmash push the frontiers of techno, electro and jungle in their Fresh Kicks mix

Frenzied and futuristic, Aquarian and Deapmash push the frontiers of techno, electro and jungle in their Fresh Kicks mix

We join BULLDOG Gin at Iceland Airwaves festival

 

DJ Mag takes in Iceland Airwaves – in partnership with our friends at BULLDOG Gin – a long-running music festival focussing on homegrown talent and international acts, taking over a number of venues across Reykjavik; from tiny open-mic style stages to full-on theatres and 1,000-cap venues...

It's the biggest party night of the year... 

It's time to wipe the slate clean, sort of. The champagne is on ice, the days have been booked off work. All you need to do is pick a party. 

With bass, breaks, techno and percussive heat, Bristol’s Ian DPM sprints the gamut of contemporary UK club sounds for the Fresh Kicks mix series

With bass, breaks, techno and percussive heat, Bristol’s Ian DPM sprints the gamut of contemporary UK club sounds for the Fresh Kicks mix series

Numbertheory’s debut EP, ‘Horrible’, fuses techno, noise and black metal. Hear the 165 bpm techno fury of Cnámha’s title track rework now 

85 minutes of exquisite deep house, mixed by the legendary Fred P as Black Jazz Consortium

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, to celebrate the release of his new LP as Black Jazz Consortium, 'Evolution Of Light', Fred P speaks to Ben Murphy about his love for Brazilian music, storytelling through albums, and his soulful, intimate style of deep house, which he demonstrates in an exquisite mix

The venue was originally meant to close on New Years Day

Dublin-based DJ and producer George Feely will make his debut on Random Mind State with his 'The Tease' EP. Hear the key-heavy groove and old-school vocal sample on 'Stomp' now

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