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By Beatport News Editors Each Tuesday we bring you a new and amazing remix competition on Beatport Play, but today is extra-special as we’re excited to present two huge opportunities to win. …read more Via: This week on Play: Win more than $2000 in gear and have your remix officially released in our Sensation and […]

By Ken Taylor Ottawa-based Nick Ghattas catches his fair share of festivals throughout the year—but not the way most of us do. This photographer and videographer instead finds himself perched in all manner of spots in order to get the perfect shot. Here he talks us through 10 of his recent favorites that he’s taken. […]

By Dan Carter As Europe maintains its reign over club culture, Swedish house producer and DJ John Dahlback continues to enjoy an unparalleled level of popularity. And with a tenure as seamless and eclectic as his, the world has come to love this Scandinavian heavyweight for his welcoming leftfield approach. No genre untouchable or label […]

By Ken Taylor Well, the Daft Punk promo train rolls on, as evidenced by their appearance last night at the MTV Video Music Awards, for which they were nominated for Song of the Summer (they lost to One Direction, by the way). Not only did the robots unveil their new clip for their Pharrell-and-Nile-assisted “Lose […]

By Beatport News Editors You’ve heard these anthems on soundsystems all over the world. Now learn how these songs were created from the ground up. In our ongoing series How to Create Electronic Music, London’s Point Blank Music School breaks down some of 2013’s top tunes by Hot Natured, Todd Terje, Motorcycle, and Daft Punk. […]

By Ken Taylor Lots to cover today, folks. Chuckie gets knighted by the president of Suriname, Dubspot breaks down Modus Operandi, Blond:ish hits the desert, and Whole Foods starts peddling vinyl? Come on in and see what else is in store. …read more Via: Richie Hawtin gets carried away, Chuckie gets knighted, and Whole Foods […]

By Ken Taylor “Gabber isn’t about being noticed,” opines DJ Rob, one of the progenitors of gabber in Rotterdam—which is ironic, considering how much gabber culture has permeated the underground dance and art worlds, whether via sites like Gabber Eleganzaor photographer Rineke Dijkstra’s moving portraits. One thing is for certain—gabber fans, with their unconventional styles […]

By Ken Taylor The flurry of activity in the dance-music world often reaches fever pitch come Friday, when the week’s big news stories have wrapped and the clubs and festivals get their sound-and-lighting rigs warmed up. All hail the weekend dance party. But will yours be filled with the sounds of Richard Simmons? …read more […]