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By Ken Taylor Truly deep Detroit house, German experimental techno, and Scottish post-rock all make the cut in today’s On Rotation segment, which compiles our expert team of merchandisers’ and editors’ favorite picks of the week. …read more Via: Staff picks from Terrence Parker, Wuki, Atom TM, Function, Gesloten Cirkel, Mogwai, and more

By Ken Taylor Is it just us, or is there a lot of stuff going on this summer? In just the last few days, we’ve counted about 10 new festival announcements, and there are plenty more to come. Today, Croatia’s Sonus and Unknown gatherings offered up their lineups, and we’ve got big news out of […]

By Ken Taylor If you’ve got a track worth hearing, Diplo may just want to play it on his BBC show, so come on in to check out the details, along with lineup updates from some of the summer’s biggest festivals and lots more. …read more Via: Diplo wants to play your track, plus, DJ […]

By Ken Taylor “If the roots of electronic music are so sexually diverse, why do today’s audiences need to be reminded of it?” That’s the question that Resident Advisor poses in a recent piece examining club culture’s queer roots, and it’s a necessary one for any fan of dance music to ask him- or herself. […]

By Ken Taylor Friday’s full of fun with news from all around the world of dance music. Jack U will hit UMF (alongside plenty more newly announced artists), Burial’s got a message (and a selfie) for you, and Chromeo and Toro Y Moi come alive. So step on up and see what’s happening. …read more […]

By Ken Taylor There’s just a ton of new music to get to today, whether it’s previews of upcoming releases from Major Lazer and Noisecontrollers or a mix from Martin Garrix. Whatever the case, you’ve got some listening to do, so come on in and see what’s on tap. …read more Via: Martin Garrix and […]

By Ken Taylor You’ll likely recall when Ben Pearce’s super-deep and funky cut “What I Might Do” made a run up the charts at Beatport a couple years back, because it was a pretty unforgettable track. Riffing generously on Anthony Hamilton’s “Cornbread, Fish, and Collard Greens,” “What I Might Do” signaled more than just a […]

By Ken Taylor Love him or hate him, you can’t deny that Seth Troxler’s got personality—so upcoming DJs, take a cue here when it comes to making yourselves interesting. Today, the outspoken Visionquester reviews a handful of tracks for FACT TV in his always-entertaining, oft-controversial style. Come on in and see what’s up. …read more […]