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By Jason Black Serbian-born, Italian-bred Lea Dobricic, 28, is an up-and-coming producer who is known around Europe for her minimal mix of deep house, tech house, and techno. At the burn Residency finals in Ibiza this summer, she impressed the judges from the first night with her sly deck skills and winning attitude. As one […]

By Ken Taylor Back in the early days of Kompakt—we’re talking around 1999—Joachim Spieth was a name you’d regularly see floating around the newly minted minimal techno racks at your local dance vinyl shop. He helped establish the label with a couple of gorgeous slabs, and “Abi 99” and “You Don’t Fool Me” have since […]

THURSDAY AND SATURDAY AT 22:00 CEST!! Hey people from around the world! Here is Aaron Mills speaking from Ibiza! I just finished my hottest summer set with the best techno tracks from all over the world! Plus, today we have another special guest! Technosession never disappoints, so today the super quality sound is from another […]

By Ken Taylor Seriously, we really don’t like the term “EDM”—truth is, if we can’t avoid using it, you’ll likely see us putting it in scare quotes. But as is the case, we can’t exactly change the name of the study done by Eventbrite recently, entitled “EDM by the numbers,” which mined data from fans […]

By Emma Robertson Paris-born Erwan Castex has been making music as Rone since 2008, when his debut 12”, R-Force-One, released on InFiné, garnered support from artists like Massive Attack, Lee Burridge, and Sasha, to name a few. Since then, he’s cultivated a niche in French electronic music, increasingly becoming known for his intricate productions and […]

By Matt Ferry Every two months or so, Francis Harris’ Scissor & Thread imprint brings us another release that resets “the bar” for quality dance music. Making his return to the NY-based label showing the world how to do things right, Black Light Smoke makes his sophomore solo appearance with the Rough Cuts EP. Bathed […]

By Dan Carter Between live spectacles, a consistent album output, and an aptitude for drawing collaborators from across the musical spectrum, Derry’s Japanese Popstars have proven a truly authentic force in electronic music. Now one member fewer (after the departure of Declan McLoughlin) and realigned in their approach, Gary Curran and Gareth Donoghue have not […]

By Ken Taylor Today we’re excited to bring you the exclusive premiere broadcast of Master at Work’s set from our Beatport Stage recorded live at this year’s Movement Festival. Tune in here at 1 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. UTC to catch this monumental gig from two of house music’s most iconic figures—”Little” Louie Vega and Kenny […]