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By Ken Taylor There was quite the foofarah last week when Grimes took the decks at Richie Hawtin’s Ibiza villa Boiler Room set—but did you know that Hawtin himself also had a fair bit of non-techno fun, dropping tracks from the Fresh Prince and Bananarama? Check out his set in its entirety after the jump. […]

By Ken Taylor That’s right—today on our Ustream channel, we’re excited to bring you Moby’s set, recorded live from our Beatport Stage at Detroit’s Movement Festival earlier this year. Catch all the action as we broadcast this amazing performance at 2 p.m. EDT right here. …read more Via: Moby's Movement set premieres today at 2 […]

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 […]

We welcome a very special guest for this Episode straight from Ibiza island: Gee Van D brings us in the first hour of the show a blasting Back to TECHNO Dj-Set, recorded at Gee Spot Recordings Studio Ibiza. Enjoy wicked news from the island´s underground scene, exclusive on Air at Babamusic Show @ 06 AM […]

By Beatport News Editors The return of a classic producer, plus London’s next iteration on 4/4 soul and a new direction for chillwave’s posterboy 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 Fatima, Washed Out, MJ […]

By Ken Taylor The term “house music legend” shouldn’t be thrown around lightly. But bestowing it upon Marshall Jefferson is pretty much a gimme. His 1986 classic “Move Your Body” bears the apt alternate title “The House Music Anthem,” and it truly is the Real McCoy when it comes to defining the original sound Chicago […]

By Ken Taylor Sure, there’s all sorts of jokes about how bro-step sounds like shoving a fork in a blender—but what does the rather objective, data-based music-recognition software Shazam seem to think about it? Watch and find out. …read more Via: Rough tats, Tiesto's not leaving Las Vegas, a Daft Punk fashion shoot, and what […]