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Nina Kraviz ensconces the City of Love in a techno trance with Eiffel Tower set [Watch]

Nina Kraviz is no novice when it comes to sonic world-building. A good DJ set should transport dance floor disciples to a halcyon, far away place; and Kraviz does precisely that. With a stunning hour-and-45-minute set inside the Eiffel Tower, of all places, the techno goddess unravels her masterfully woven web of tech-sanity all around her audience. […]

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Solomun announces first EP in three years, ‘Customer Is King’

Solomun has been able to maintain the wide revere he solidified when Mixmag named him “DJ of the Year” in 2012. The Bosnian-German artist shot to stardom, crafting a unique brand going beyond his personal music with his Diynamic Music label in tow. He’s maintained such status as a leader of the underground world through infamous events and […]

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Solomun announces first EP in three years, ‘Customer Is King’

Solomun has been able to maintain the wide revere he solidified when Mixmag named him “DJ of the Year” in 2012. The Bosnian-German artist shot to stardom, crafting a unique brand going beyond his personal music with his Diynamic Music label in tow. He’s maintained such status as a leader of the underground world through infamous events and […]

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Trentemøller enthralls on aptly-named new track, ‘On A Cold Christmas Night’

Copenhagen based Anders Trentemøller has a knack for capturing heart-wrenching melodic moments. His exceptional productions are fused with a sonic trademark somewhere between post-punk, indie, and electronic. As a result, he’s established himself as an incredibly unique purveyor over the years. Influences like the shoegazers My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Joy Division, or even Depeche Mode seep […]

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Trentemøller enthralls on aptly-named new track, ‘On A Cold Christmas Night’

Copenhagen based Anders Trentemøller has a knack for capturing heart-wrenching melodic moments. His exceptional productions are fused with a sonic trademark somewhere between post-punk, indie, and electronic. As a result, he’s established himself as an incredibly unique purveyor over the years. Influences like the shoegazers My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Joy Division, or even Depeche Mode seep […]

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Shrimpnose unveils emotive new EP, ‘dawn’

Art somberly mirrors life on Minnesotan producer shrimpnose’s latest offering, the just over eleven minute “dawn (ep).” The artist commemorates his late friend Donnie’s life on the new ambient EP through melancholic yet hopeful soundscapes.Gradually processing grief over its emotive five tracks, the “dawn” EP opens with the lo-fi title track. After the third minute mark, the first breezy tune […]

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Involve Records releases 5 year anniversary compilation CD

Involve Records has released a 5 year anniversary compilation to celebrate their genesis as a record label. The Madrid, Spain record label has chartered groundbreaking territory in the global techno-sphere since 2012. With releases from such artists as Jay Lumen, Alan Fitzpatrick, and Marco Bailey, Involve has planted themselves as an independent powerhouse in the […]

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Swedish newcomer ADAM 888 introduces feverish electro soul single ‘VibrationZ’

Seemingly out of nowhere, Swedish newcomer ADAM 888 has capped the year with one of the weirdest yet most wonderfully unprecedented debuts. A professional skier turned music artist, whose background also spans various video directing duties, the recent Warner Norway signee wastes little time establishing himself as a welcome oddball on the Nordic front. ‘VibrationZ’ […]

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Andreas Henneberg fashions an alluring mix ahead of Ocaso Music Festival [Exclusive]

With more than 20 years of studio and stage experience behind the Berlin maven, Andreas Henneberg has cemented himself as a cornerstone of the underground.Releasing on record labels like Voltage Musique Records — founded and co-run by the artist — Get Physical, Herzblut, SNOE, Heinz Music, Toolroom, and many more; Henneberg is a singular summation […]

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Andreas Henneberg fashions an alluring mix ahead of Ocaso Music Festival [Exclusive]

With more than 20 years of studio and stage experience behind the Berlin maven, Andreas Henneberg has cemented himself as a cornerstone of the underground.Releasing on record labels like Voltage Musique Records — founded and co-run by the artist — Get Physical, Herzblut, SNOE, Heinz Music, Toolroom, and many more; Henneberg is a singular summation […]

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Lane 8 releases ‘Atlas’ rework from upcoming sophomore album [MUST WATCH]

A mere one week after Lane 8 released the second single off his forthcoming album, Little By Little, comes a live rework of the same track, “Atlas.” Composed by Daniel Gold in his home studio in Denver, Colorado, the rework provides a visual window into a track that was deemed a stunning aural adventure by DA upon it’s initial release. The rework itself […]

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Gorgon City end the year with another jaw-dropping EP, ‘Groove On The Vinyl’

Between launching their very own imprint REALM, announcing their expansive 22-date “Kingdom Tour,” and taking time to talk with DA on their ubiquitous sound, Gorgon City continues to develop masterpieces in the studio. Their latest creative endeavor comes as their fourth EP project, dubbed Grooves on The Vinyl, out now on REALM.Totaling four tracks in length, the EP taps into […]

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Stream Petit Biscuit’s soaring, cinematic debut album, ‘Presence’

Rising star Petit Biscuit has proven his talents for music production are developed well beyond his years. Classically trained in the cello since the age of five, Mehdi Benjelloun burst onto the dance music scene with his monumental remix of ODESZA‘s “Memories That You Call,” drawing comparisons of his cinematic sound design with that of the Seattle-based duo. […]

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Lane 8 announces tour dates, releases new single of forthcoming album, ‘Little By Little’

The Lane 8 camp is full of exciting announcements right now. The Denver-based artist, real name Daniel Goldstein, has announced his second album, Little By Little, out Jan. 19, 2018 on his own imprint, This Never Happened. The album comes with an extensive 35-date global headlining tour, with stop in North America, Australia, and Europe.To celebrate, Goldstein has released the first single off […]

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Lane 8 announces tour dates, releases new single of forthcoming album, ‘Little By Little’

The Lane 8 camp is full of exciting announcements right now. The Denver-based artist, real name Daniel Goldstein, has announced his second album, Little By Little, out Jan. 19, 2018 on his own imprint, This Never Happened. The album comes with an extensive 35-date global headlining tour, with stop in North America, Australia, and Europe.To celebrate, Goldstein has released the first single off […]

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Listen to Oregon Eclipse live sets from CloZee, Bassnectar, Minnesota, and more

A considerable amount of time has passed since the Oregon Eclipse Gathering,  but exclusive sets continue to appear online as artists upload their live acts or, in some cases, even go as far as to re-record their sets.Now former attendees and eclipse chasers from around the globe can now enjoy sets from the likes of Bassnectar, Minnesota, CloZee, and […]

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An-ten-nae & Stephan Jacobs team up for ‘Magnetic Fields’ EP

Bass producers An-ten-nae and Stephan Jacobs have teamed up for an otherworldly EP, Magnetic Fields.The four-track EP showcases both artists’ unique bass-heavy styles. Kicking off with the ethereal introduction of “Purple Phase,” the EP flaunts An-ten-nae and Stephan Jacobs’ minimalist production techniques and takes the listener on a journey through time and space. With elements of […]

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WATCH: Kölsch performs a grandiose sunset set atop the Eiffel Tower

DJ Snake just might have started a trend amongst DJs, as Danish house and techno producer Kölsch is the latest electronic artist to perform atop a Parisian landmark. Rather than performing on the Arc de Triomphe, as DJ Snake did early in September, Kölsch took his music to new heights with a set on the Eiffel […]

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STREAM: Carl Cox’s Burning Man set

Now in it’s 21st year, the mystique surrounding Burning Man and its ability to draw in the biggest names in electronic music have shown now signs of abating. This year was no exception, with contributions from Diplo, Skrillex, and a Burning Man favorite — Tycho’s sunrise set.One particular guest to Black Rock City that has until now remained rather elusive has been […]

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Caribou’s Dan Snathi drops second Daphni LP, the poised ‘Joli Mai’

Caribou‘s Dan Snaith has finally released his second full-length album under his club-focused Daphni moniker. For years, Snaith’s been quietly creating evocatively pulsing, disco-bounded instrumentals. Joli Mai, out now on Snaith’s own Jiaolong label, deals out a thrilling array of these numbers by way of its 12 tracks.Joli Mai includes extended versions of material previously featured in Snaith’s […]

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