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By Ross Jackson Beatport Live is excited to present Ruede Hagelstein straight from Berlin club Watergate tomorrow, Friday, August 30. One of Watergate’s longest-standing residents, Berliner Hagelstein has kept his finger on the pulse of the city’s beating heart of house and techno for nearly a decade. His primarily tech-house tracks have found homes on […]

By Ken Taylor There’s always a lot of talk about the next big thing in the dance-music industry, to be sure. But if Daft Punk’s “Teachers,” um, taught us anything, it’s that we see further because we stand on the shoulders of the generations that came before us. In that respect, Societe Perrier has assembled […]

By Ken Taylor “To its fans, it’s the last true subculture. To its detractors, it’s boring music listened to by nouveau hippies filling the years between Goa and Goldman Sachs.” So says Clive Martin, the British reporter tasked with examining the still-going psytrance phenomenon in this great mini-documentary by Vice’s Noisey site for their Big […]

By Matt Ferry A casual sift through the colorful sub-genres on SoundCloud can bring about some abysmal discoveries, amazing micro-genres (#mallsoft, anyone?) and, on rare occasions, the soundtrack to a human’s journey into the divine. Lindsay Lowend’s debut, Wind Fish, unquestionably slots into the latter. With no true definable style, and straddling the line between […]

By Ken Taylor Fortunately it seems like everyone was fine, but if you’re wondering why David Guetta was late to his Creamfields gig on the weekend, it’s because his plane caught fire on the runway prior to take-off. That’s just one of many big stories in today’s Morning Roundup, so come on in and see […]

By Dan Carter Finland’s Something Good unveil a new five-track EP for Nocturnal Groove and discuss the challenges of being their nation’s best-kept secret. …read more Via: Something Good yearn to make the perfect orange juice—and better music—all while redefining the Finnish sound

By Beatport News Editors An underground disco-house king courts a trance diva, a Michigan multi-instrumentalist, and plenty more feature in this week’s On Rotation segment, which compiles our expert team of merchandisers’ and editors’ favorite picks of the week. …read more Via: Staff picks from Tensnake, Fiora, Shigeto, Fracture, and more

By Ken Taylor Events, events, events—what would dance music be without them? Whether it’s Q-dance’s huge Endshow at Mysteryland, a look through Sensation’s annals of history, or more VMA fun, we’ve got it. Check it out. …read more Via: Q-dance's Mysteryland Endshow, Sensation's history through pictures, Grimes talks feminism at the VMAs, and more