Artist and Music Features

  • Laidback Luke talks about DJing habits, the rise of dance music in Asia, its similarities with North America a decade ago and how to create a sustainable environment and more. (Magnetic)
  • DJ and producer Levon Vincent issued a lengthy and heartfelt apology to Facebook for his remarks following the 2015 Paris terror attacks calling them "horrible”. (Pulse)
  • The ultimate ADE party guide with Oliver Helens. (Pulse)
  • Jackmaster touched on his connection to small venues: “Without grassroots venues and clubs the scene is finished. They’re the lifeblood of what we do”. (Mixmag)
  • Watch Trentemøller: The Science of Fixion (a music documentary). (Decoded)
  • DJMag joins the Apollonia brotherhood for an extended stay in Ibiza to talk boats in Paris, the evolution of the underground, DC-10 family and the golden age of electronic music.
  • Matt McDermott meets the designer and producer who's shaped two of the most distinctive-looking labels in techno: Sandwell District and Jealous God. (RA)
  • More than just a record shop, Rubadub has inspired generations of Glasgow DJs, producers and promoters, and fostered its own community. Kit Macdonald tells its story. (RA)
  • The incredible record libraries where you can listen to vast archives for free. (VinylFactory)
  • “I love playing in the UK. The crowd is knowledgeable and know how to have a party” – Franky Rizardo. (Decoded)
  • Naples is nurturing a hot, heady and very Italian style of dance music. (Mixmag)
  • The battle to save New York City’s nightlife. (Mixmag)
  • How transgender dancer Lucy Fizz is using her own story and role as the face of  disco revival night Glitterbox to challenge society's view of the LGBT community. (BBC)
  • John Arlidge interviews the creator of Studio 54, Ian Schrager, about the world’s most glamorous nightclub and the last days of disco. (Sunday Times)
  • Pop, dance and hip-hop BPMs are getting slower, partly because of drugs, finds Kathy Landoli. (Guardian Guide)
  • Israeli DJ Guy Gerber reveals the contents of his record bag. (Guardian Guide)
  • Widely celebrated as the pioneer of techno in India, Arjun Vagale steers the course of the country’s expanding underground electronic movement. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • Ask the Experts: Maceo Plex / Maetrik. (xlr8r)
  • History revision: The art of the disco edit. (Mixmag)
  • David Zowie talks about his long-awaited comeback. (Mixmag)
  • 10 years of the Adana Twins. From Hamburg to Deep House and now Watergate, we chat to them about their journey. (DataTransmission)
  • Bruce Tantum spends time with the revered veteran DJ Tony Humphries. (RA)
  • September: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag)
  • 10 iconic Tiga moments. (Mixmag)
  • 10 artists remember 10 years of Outlook festival. (Mixmag)
  • The history of Ibiza in 25 photos. (Mixmag)
  • Spotify playlist: 50 obscure disco gems waiting to be discovered. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Snakehips. (Guardian)
  • Eats Everything on giving back and the spectacle of Ibiza. (IbizaSpotlight)
  • Follow the birth of ASTIR Recordings, as told by label boss Simon Huxtable. (IDJ)
  • [Podcast] Chase & Status: "there's a lot more at stake the longer you've been around”. (Mixmag)
  • He’s known for speaking his mind on social media but Chicago-born house legend DJ Sneak is on the road to redemption. He talks selling out, Ibiza history and how to stay ahead of the game. (DJMag)
  • Electric Zoo 2017: Paul Kalkbrenner discusses why he went Back to the Future. (DA)
  • Thomas Jack on the ‘discovery and curation’ that drives his career. (DA)
  • Bicep lift the lid of the darkest corners of their record collection. (Guardian)
  • Meet the promoter: Brigitte Armengol, Acid Sundays, Ibiza. (IbizaVoice)
  • “It’s not a bad thing at all when underground music becomes popular – maybe it’s just finally the recognition it deserved” – Chopstick & Johnjon. (Decoded)
  • Resistance DJs share their wildest Ibiza memories. (IbizaSpotlight)
  • Bas Ibellini: "Time management and balance are the key”. (IbizaVoice)
  • A week-long trip into drone and techno at MUTEK Montréal 2017. (Fact)
  • Interview: Eelke Kleijn. (DHA)
  • Playing all night long is one of the best tests of all true DJs and, as Skream embarks on his second year of his Open To Close tour, we ask him to reveal his secret weapons. (IbizaVoice)
  • Uncovering Treatment’s secret weapons. (Fabric)
  • Festival Chat: Sub Focus at South West Four. (DT)
  • Malta’s local DJs and Glitch festival Founder Kevin Glitch give an inside look at a side of the island you might not have heard about before. (Pulse)
  • James Lavelle: "Our business lunches were fuelled by Bolivian marching powder”. (Mixmag)
  • Breaking through: Tzusing. (RA)
  • Dub Fx gives his thoughts on the value of busking, why the music industry is basically fucked, and how we need to give more props to the Caribbean for modern music. (MagneticMag)
  • From Munich to Miami, Monika Kruse’s mission to give back has left a trail of fervent fans in its wake, eager to share in her music, her motives and her open heart.  (DJMag)
  • Get to know Hammer, the Bicep collaborator sounding out his own space. (Mixmag)
  • ODESZA discuss evolving through experimentation for A Moment Apart. (DA)
  • A shadow history of LCD Soundsystem in five DJ sets. (VillageVoice)
  • Rossko talks FUSE, pirate radio and Ibiza. (IbizaSpotlight)
  • MK walked away from dance music — now he's back and bigger than ever. (LAWeekly)
  • Actress: ‘When I’m properly making music, and properly in the throes of albums, things get hot’. (Standard)
  • Tony Humphries spoke to Marko Kutlesa about the importance of tempo, changes to the dancefloor, pivotal records and much more. (Skiddle)
  • Sister Bliss: Beyond gender, before equality. (Skiddle)
  • One of Iran’s foremost electronic musicians, Sote, speaks to Oli Warwick about dance music in Tehran and Ebtekar’s commission for CTM Festival. (Fact)
  • The dancing may have shifted to early evening, the drink of choice is now a large G&T and lunch is a Sunday roast – but for the DJs and hedonists who first found themselves in the Ibiza of the Eighties, the party is still going strong. Simon Mills returns to rave at 53 at Pikes. (Times)
  • Dannic talks Spinnin' deal, Hardwell friendship and more. (Billboard)
  • Zanzibar, Kiss FM and the Jersey sound - Bruce Tantum spends time with the revered veteran DJ Tony Humphries. (RA)
  • Meet the female coders pushing electronic music into the future. (Mixmag)
  • 10 reasons we worship Kerri Chandler. (Mixmag)
  • 10 iconic Sasha moments. (Mixmag)
  • 20 questions for Midland. (XLR8R)
  • 101 with Fabio Florido. (Solvd)
  • Harangue the DJ: Hot Since 82. (GuardianGuide)
  • Mura Masa, Lido and Cashmere Cat noted as the “next gen of EDM”. (Hits)
  • Label of the month: Lullabies For Insomniacs. (RA)
  • Music On’s residents select six tracks that define the Ibiza institution. (Fact)
  • EDM super-agents like Ben Hogan help artists score those big DJ fees. (LAWeekly)
  • An introduction to Norwegian Disco. (Pitchfork)
  • Moby explains why he has opened his back catalogue to be remixed on dance music's finest labels. (Mixmag)
  • Darude on changing EDM culture, new projects, and Johnny Monsoon. (DMNW)
  • Patrice Baumel’s enigmatic sound world. (Fabric)
  • Life Balances with Mano Le Tough. (Fabric)
  • How Dekmantel turned an Amsterdam favourite into a Croatian paradise. (Crack)
  • From Jamaican soundsystems to jungle, garage and grime, dubplates have long played a crucial role in DJ culture. But what does that look like in 2017? (VinylFactory)
  • After-hours parties are the beating heart of New York nightlife. (Mixmag)
  • Electronic music doesn't need tribute bands yet - and that's a good thing, says John Ochoa. (Mixmag)
  • Charlotte Lucy Cijffers meets charismatic selector tINI to talk life balance, music-making and the changing face of Ibiza. (DJMag)
  • Armin Van Buuren talks NYC love ahead of Electric Zoo 2017. (Billboard)
  • How Idris Elba is rising to the top of the DJ world amid his demanding acting career. (DA)
  • Eric Prydz discusses his new Ibiza residency at Hí. (DJMag)
  • DJ Harvey discusses his role as Cultural Attaché at Pikes Hotel Ibiza. (DJMag)
  • Techno and catharsis: Discovering electronic music’s outer limits at Berlin Atonal 2017. (Fact)
  • Maya Jane Coles returns with her latest, and most complete, substantive album to date – Take Flight. (DHA)
  • Permanent Vacation, the label of Tom Bioly and Benjamin Fröhlich, celebrates 10 years in the game. (DHA)
  • The evolution of Maceo Plex. (DT)
  • Mar-T’s top 5 tips to the art of being a successful resident DJ. (DT)
  • Oneohtrix Point Never: 'I was given the keys to the Corvette’. (Guardian)
  • Digging with Justin Carter. (StampTheWax)
  • RBMA visits Cologne to take some snaps of a key birthplace of electronic composition. 
  • Raving Iran: The promoter/DJs risking their lives to party. (Mixmag)
  • Get to know Charlotte de Witte, the Belgian artist crafting dense, dark techno. (Mixmag)
  • Rezz is the Deadmau5 protegè gearing up for world domination. (Mixmag)
  • Oddball and tribalistic: Salon Des Amateurs is the club night in its own league. (Mixmag)
  • London native Troyboi discusses his debut album, diverse background and upcoming tour which is set to be bigger than ever. (Mixmag)
  • Nicole Moudaber discusses what keeps her coming back to Ibiza. (DJMag)
  • Five locations fight to become the next Mecca for EDM. (Hypebot)
  • 10 iconic Sasha moments. (Mixmag)
  • Bubblin' Up: Late Night Approach. (XLR8R)
  • Hi-Five: Dorian Paic. (XLR8R)
  • Rebekah talks the top 10 tracks that inspired her. (DJMag)
  • B.Traits shares her top 10 most influential tunes. (DJMag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Dillon Francis (Guardian)
  • 25 years of Ebeneezer Goode: Were the Es really that good though? (Noisey)
  • Can dubstep’s legacy be rescued from the fart chamber of history? (Noisey)
  • New York City legend Nicky Siano describes the downfall of modern DJs, clubs & producers. (MagneticMag)
  • Rebekah unpacks her live rig, which blends analogue with digital devices. (NativeInstruments)
  • Delving into dance music's orchestral revival. (DJMag)
  • What’s it like to pull off a DJ set at eight months pregnant? Anna Lunoe explains.(Guardian)
  • Black pirate radio: The 'Robin Hoods' of music. (BBC)
  • Jeff Mills: 'It's easier to just accept the norm’. (Attack)
  • Lover of cheap vinyl, producer of exquisitely odd records, mind-bending conversationalist—Matteo Ruzzon is an electronic music personality like no other. Will Lynch went to Queens to catch him in his natural habitat. (RA)
  • Holly Dicker meets one of electronic music's busiest—and best—live performers, Marie Davidson. (RA)
  • Anastasia Vtorova talks about her route into electronics, her noise background, and soaking up influences from everywhere. (XLR8R)
  • Terrence Dixon: Detroit minimalism. (RA)
  • Ahead of the launch of the new label Stepper Man, Kissy Sellout picks the 5 pivotal points of his remarkable career so far. (DT)
  • Mar-T’s top five tips to the art of being a successful resident DJ. (DT)
  • DJ Mag trips out to Croatia’s Love International, to find out why it’s the most fashionable festival in the Adriatic for fans of tasteful house and disco. (DJMag)
  • Hot Since 82 talks magic, mysticism and moving forward. (DJMag)
  • James Murphy wants to justify LCD Soundsystem’s existence (again). (NYTimes)
  • Jesse Rose celebrates two decades in the game. (Fabric)
  • Driven by telling stories, passionate about DJing in bed; no one is doing techno quite like Bebetta. (IDJ)
  • Talking music ingredients with Matador. (IbizaSpotlight)
  • Jump-up — the bouncy, bassline-led strain of drum & bass — seems bigger than ever right now. DJ Mag talks to the leading playaz in the sub-genre.
  • Glasgow’s Sub Club is celebrating its 30th birthday, having weathered bad 90s techno, empty dancefloors and fake IRA gunmen. Its leading lights explain how they’ve carried on for so long. (Guardian)
  • Could a new club from the Tresor cofounder help revitalize Detroit's nightlife? Max Pearl heads there to find out. (RA)
  • From the terrace to the main room: a guide to the soundsystems of Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • J Hus is the optimistic soundtrack to Britain's turbulent times, says Kamila Rymajdo. (Mixmag)
  • DJ Minx's party flyers. (RBMA)
  • Zedd, dance music's anti-bro, on making hits for Selena, Kesha and Liam and why DJs should 'speak up' on Trump. (Billboard)
  • Four tips for mixing 808’s. (8Daysof808)
  • 808 in production: A Q&A with Bob Power. (8Daysof808)
  • Schematic & Polaris: Two rising Technique stars join forces. (IDJ)
  • Uncovering Leftfield’s modern dancefloor weapons. (Fabric)
  • Aaron Coultate meets one of Detroit techno's most elusive artists: Terrence Dixon. (RA)
  • A guide to a complete night out in Shanghai. (Pulse)
  • Meet Hamster: the latest thought-provoking masked-producer on the scene. (DA)
  • POPOF & Luca Donzelli walk us through their Amnesia 2017 Compilation. (DT)
  • Miami-based and soul/funk rich, Beki Powell, brings the nostalgia of a quality groove in her exclusive soul-heavy set and interview for Magnetic Magazine.
  • Label Focus: Viper Recordings. (Mixmag)
  • Wolf + Lamb chat ahead of Crew Love's NYC festival. (MagneticMag)
  • The Beat Usagi: “It’s an exciting time to be an electronic musician in Singapore”. (Pulse)
  • DJ Mag follows Numbers boss Jackmaster from Glasgow to Glasto to hear about his unstoppable rise.
  • Jasper James has classy dance music deeply embedded in his DNA but he is no longer living in his father’s shadow, he’s doing the dancefloor damage on his own terms. (DJMag)
  • Norman Jay: ‘Goldie is the Picasso of our contemporary dance music scene’. (Guardian)
  • Ask the Experts: Carl Craig. (XLR8R)
  • Interview: Henrik Schwarz & The Metropole Orkest. (DHA)
  • 10 sounds that define modern club music – and the stories behind them. (Fact)
  • Groove Terminator talks 30 years of Australian dance music. (InTheMix)
  • Allyson Toy talks about breaking the music industry’s bamboo ceiling. (HypeBae)
  • The history of Ibiza in 100 Tracks. (Mixmag)
  • Breaking Through: Jayda G. (RA)
  • A decade of HARD: 10 incredible moments according to Destructo. (DJMag)
  • Five reasons to experience UNO Village Malta. (Pulse)
  • 10 under-the-radar club tracks you need to hear in August 2017. (Fact)
  • 10 must-see dance acts at HARD Summer 2017. (Billboard)
  • Harangue the DJ: Dimitri From Paris. (Guardian)
  • Berlin’s best underground club nights. (Amuse)
  • Flamenco, DJ politics and vinylism with Ellen Allien. (IbizaSpotlight)
  • Henry Saiz on creative inspiration, his Balance compilation, and more. (DA)
  • Blaine Stranger talks tech, viper and how his tracks Mesmerise. (YourEDM)
  • Groove Terminator talks 30 years of Australian dance music. (InTheMix)
  • Meet one of SA’s favourite veteran DJs, Claudia Lovisa. (Pulse)
  • The Chicago artist Benn Jordan (AKA The Flashbulb) explains his decision to stop releasing on vinyl, pointing out the environmental concerns associated with the medium. (Blog)
  • How Steve Aoki channeled uber and his punk-rock origins on his way to $29.5m. (Forbes)
  • David Guetta changed electronic music ten years ago, and he's gearing up to do it again. (Forbes)
  • DJ Tracy Young celebrates 25-year career, talks spinning at Madonna's wedding. (Billboard)
  • On tour with Diplo in Africa. (GQ)
  • Italy’s Avantgarde label head Dabs talks style, funk, and being remixed by Break. (YourEDM)
  • Howie Lee is the cyberpunk-obsessed club producer concerned we’re trapped in the Matrix. (Fact)
  • Dimitri From Paris: 10 ultimate '80s pop-dance classics. (Pulse)
  • How a small town record store quietly released an exclusive Aphex Twin record. (NPR)
  • HAAi: How an Australian psych-rocker became London’s best new DJ. (Pulse)
  • Meet the '90s dance DJ behind the score for The Dark Tower. (NPR)
  • The 10 biggest tracks from Together Ibiza (so far). (Pulse)
  • Kraftwerk, Detroit legends and rising stars: Tracing the evolution of techno at Portugal’s Neopop Festival 2017. (Fact)
  • How the death of EDM brought pop music one step closer to eternal life. (WashingtonPost)
  • Mystic Bill: An acid original. (Inn8)
  • Tribes Records with Zepherin Saint, Albee & Alton Miller. (DT)
  • Building a genre-less music society with TOKiMONSTA. (Pulse)
  • With a fresh spin on the 808, DJs become rhythm composers. (NPR)
  • Abby Nurock and DJ Buhle weigh in on the gender equality debate. (Pulse)
  • When techno was house: Chicago’s impact on the birth of techno. (RBMA)
  • Junkie XL on His Dark Tower inspiration, mentor Hans Zimmer & advice for aspiring composers. (Billboard)
  • Larry Heard: 'Music is like a blanket you wrap round yourself’. (Guardian)
  • Florian Meindl talk modular mindsets and compression workarounds. (MusicRadar)
  • The Balearic Three: Talamanca System are channeling the true spirit of Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Machine Love: SchneidersLaden, Mark Smith meets the man who's played a vital role in shaping the modular synthesis industry. (RA)
  • Hot Property: The unstoppable rise of Mall Grab. (Mixmag)
  • Meet the women who owned Hard Summer Fest 2017. (Nylon)
  • Ricardo Villalobos, the Chilean-born techno pioneer, lets rip on the gentrification of clubbing, and why family responsibilities mean he’s now always home by 10… in the morning. (Guardian - Ben Beaumont-Thomas)
  • 10 big tunes you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • Five things that have changed running a label in the last five years with Zulu Records. (DT)
  • A decade of HARD: 10 incredible moments according to Destructo. (DJMag)
  • 10 slept-on albums that should have been absolutely huge. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Nastia. (Guardian)
  • Your Paradise Fiji: A destination music experience that lives up to its hype. (DA)
  • Inside Ibiza Underground: The island’s best kept secret is finally out. (DJMag)
  • Paul Oakenfold and Connect club promoter Alex Ryan interviewed. (Ibizan)
  • Podcast: Fabio Florido discusses this season in Ibiza. (IbizaVoice)
  • Happy birthday, Carl Cox: celebrating his legacy with three decades of live footage. (DA)
  • Catching up with the Leeds-based twosome Spektre as they prepare to drop their remix of a Sourmash classic. (IDJ)
  • Sonus & DA present: A guide to planning a techno holiday in Croatian paradise. (DA)
  • What Would Diplo Do?: How James Van Der Beek turned an EDM spoof into a TV show. (RollingStone)
  • Calvin Harris and his endless quest for 'sound of the summer’. (Noisey)
  • umami: Germany's tastiest house duo?. (IDJ)
  • How Caspa, one of dubstep's biggest stars, has rediscovered his sweet spot deep in the underground trenches. (IDJ)
  • In Conversation: Jojo Walker [Halcyon Sf & Walker Management]. (MagneticMag)
  • Dance artists to catch at Lollapalooza 2017. (Billboard)
  • At Tomorrowland music festival, luxury can be a main event. (CNBC)
  • Huxley on his new label, No Idea's Original. (Fabric)
  • Kate Simko on pregnancy, hybrid music and more. (Phoenix)
  • The iconic Berlin trio Moderat on their indefinite hiatus. (Lola)
  • Disclosure reveal the secrets behind their Wild Life residency at DC10. (DJMag)
  • Danish techno artist Ctrls goes deep on studio technique. (CDM)
  • Amsterdam DJ Interstellar Funk talks digging. (StampTheWax)
  • Talking equality, bias and sexuality in South Africa with ANG and K-$. (Pulse)
  • Goldie: gentrification has ruined clubbing. (Independent)
  • expectations: Glitterbox is putting Ibiza's newcomer through its paces. (Mixmag)
  • Meet DJ Kittens, the female spin master working to equalise dance, one workshop at a time. (Billboard)
  • Howie Lee is the cyberpunk-obsessed club producer concerned we’re trapped in the Matrix. (Fact)
  • Kafes is the club keeping the rave flame alive in Istanbul. (Mixmag)
  • Hot Property: The unstoppable rise of Mall Grab. (Mixmag)
  • Paris Hilton on her music career: 'i'm more talent than name’. (Billboard)
  • Get to know Compa, producer of new school dubstep laced with echoes of the past. (Mixmag)
  • Parris is the DJ and producer who jettisoned dubstep to journey into space. (Fact)
  • Kaytranada, the rising DJ with incredible retro style. (Vogue)
  • Larry Heard is the deep house pioneer who changed dance music forever. (Mixmag)
  • 20 tunes that defined Sasha & Digweed’s first resistance party. (Pulse)
  • 25 anthems from Berlin’s legendarily wild Bar25. (ElectronicBeats)
  • 10 fierce talents you shouldn't miss at Hard Summer. (Mixmag)
  • 7 reasons why you need to see GHE20G0THIK founder Venus X. (Mixmag)
  • The 33 best tracks of 2017 so far. (Mixmag)
  • Label of the month: Dream Catalogue. (RA)
  • A city guide to Delhi by VridianMusic. (DT)
  • DJ Stingray: Foreign waters. (RA)
  • Crate Diggers: Steffi. (VinylFactory)
  • The art of DJing: Dorian Paic. (RA)
  • Harangue the DJ: wAFF. (GuardianGuide)
  • Everything you need to know about New York's no-dancing law. (Thump)
  • Tomorrowland headliner Martin Solveig: 'Labels are for canned food, not for music’. (National)
  • How David Guetta built his hedonistic brand. (FTWeekend - Ludovic Hunter-Tilney)
  • We went on a campervan tour of America's West Coast with Andhim. (Mixmag)
  • Armand van Helden: “DJs don’t have to think about much up there”. (InTheMix)
  • Glasgow's Sub Club is one of the best rave experiences on the planet. (Mixmag)
  • Get to know Lauren Lo Sung, Liverpool's sumptuous rolling house producer. (Mixmag)
  • Heart Of Darkness: The secret DJ on touring. (Mixmag)
  • Steve Lawler: "Being an A&R is the best route to becoming a great DJ”. (Mixmag)
  • From indie rock to IDM to reggae and two-step, Panorama Bar resident Nick Höppner picks nine of his biggest obsessions from the past three decades. (RA)
  • After working in obscurity for nearly three decades, Italian singer and synth artist Gigi Masin is finally getting his due. Andy Beta hears his story. (RA)
  • Theo Parrish weighs in on a story about how Detroit's house music heritage has begun to step out of the techno scene's shadow. (NYTimes)
  • Oshi is creating his own lane of wonky, emotional bass that's making an impact. (Mixmag)
  • One of Europe's most spectacular music venues, Macao, is under threat. Christine Kakaire visits the former slaughterhouse in Milan to hear its story. (RA)
  • 20 of the world's most astonishing-looking festivals. (Mixmag)
  • Q+A: Walker & Royce. (Mixmag)
  • Dekmantel 2017: Five artists to watch. (DHA)
  • Interview: Mano Le Tough. (DHA)
  • DJ Tennis talks DJ-Kicks. (MagneticMag)
  • Hi-Five: Terry Francis. (XLR8R)
  • Harangue the DJ: Daniel Miller. (Guardian)
  • Follow the 10 Commandments of clubbing, or go to hell. (Thump)
  • David Guetta interview: Ibiza's Peter Pan on his forthcoming album, EDM, and the island's changing club scene. (Independent)
  • Robert Hood is the techno pioneer who refuses to slow down. (Mixmag)
  • Two authors swap stories of NYC & London nightlife, their favourite spots, and how they managed to make sense of the wild scenes. (ElectricLiterature)
  • Spring Breakers director Harmony Korine shares the music that's shaped him over the course of his life including DJ Taye and Russell Haswell. (Pitchfork)
  • Letter of Recommendation: Detroit Techno. (NYTimes)
  • Doorly & his Reptile Dysfunction. (DT)
  • A model for the future: Synth pioneer Morton Subotnick on 50 years of Silver Apples of the Moon. (Fact)
  • Gene Farris has become the face of Chicago house music, says Amelia Waters. (MagneticMag)
  • Dense & Pika: "Techno is no longer the sound of the future”. (IbizaVoice)
  • Reporting on this year's most vital new UK parties: Liverpool's MODU:LAR. (IbizaVoice)
  • Enzo Siragusa: "I'm actually quite a shy guy”. (IbizaVoice)
  • I went magazine shopping with Honey Dijon. (Thump)
  • KSHMR launches Dharma Worldwide Label, promises a track a week from new EP. (Billboard)
  • Follow the birth of ASTIR Recordings in our new monthly column from label boss Simon Huxtable. (InternationalDJ)
  • The 101 best EDM songs of all time. (Thump)
  • Obscure Cuts: Moscoman. (XLR8R)
  • 10 of the greatest Rinse FM shows of all time. (Mixmag)
  • The month's electronic music. (Quietus)
  • Harangue the DJ: Mary Anne Hobbs. (Guardian)
  • Steve Aoki traveled 16,427 miles, visited three continents, and played four shows—all on just six hours of sleep, he tells Michael Easter. (Tonic)
  • An oral history of Melbourne's rave scene in the '90s. (RBMA)
  • Dance music according to Limmy. (Mixmag)
  • RHA Fest reaches to fill a hole in the heart of Mexico's underground. (Mixmag)
  • Anastasia Kristensen talks creative technology. (RansomeNote)
  • Machine Love: Shawn O'Sullivan. (RA)
  • Toronto's Electric Island is bringing different dance cultures together. (Billboard)
  • Afrojack races into future with new sounds, talks David Guetta collabs and birthday bash. (Billboard)
  • Courtesy is the Danish DJ putting Copenhagen’s techno scene on the map. (Fact)
  • For Club Use Only: The month’s best under-the-radar club tracks. (Fact)
  • Inside YouTube's hit-making electronic music channels. (Thump)
  • Tony Poland meets Karen Gwyer, the artist who is cutting a singular path through the modern techno landscape. (RA)
  • The best artwork of 2017 so far. (Mixmag)
  • Claremont 56 are celebrating a decade of crystal clear quality. (Thump)
  • Rebekah & Paula Temple on their new live hybrid set. (XLR8R)
  • Carl Cox: “to play Ibiza you have to be the best of the best”. (DJMag)
  • View from the side: YouTube is killing the art of MCing. (RansomeNote)
  • Clean-living clubbing: the new trend of alcohol-free raves and mindfulness sessions at festivals like Wilderness. (Guardian - Harriet Gibsone)
  • Produced with love: Joey Negro is riding the recent disco revival. (Mixmag)
  • Spotlight Mix: Jeff Fader. (DT)
  • Breaking Through: Umfang. (RA)
  • In Conversation with…OC & Verde. (DT)
  • Studio Essentials: Polar Inertia. (DT)
  • In Conversation with… Roger Sanchez. (DT)
  • Harangue The DJ with Debonair. (Guardian)
  • Rudimental: 'It’s actually a blessing not being as famous as our singers’. (Standard - David Smyth)
  • A quarter century after their first 12" and 15 years since the death of James Stinson, the legacy of Drexciya is more enduring than ever. (RBMA)
  • DIY electronic productions are challenging what opera can be. (Thump)
  • DIY videos are the launchpad for your new favourite underground house tracks. (Mixmag)
  • How Hyte is bringing the European super-warehouse to North America. (Mixmag)
  • A chat with Fur Coat about their new label Oddity Records. (DT)
  • Salford is the most exciting place to party in the UK right now. (Thump)
  • Ellen Allien takes us on a tour of Berlin to show us why "it's the best city in the world”. (Mixmag)
  • Uncontrollable energy: 20 years on, The Fat Of The Land is still a life-changing album. (Mixmag)
  • Privilege is the world's biggest club and this season it's reclaiming its legendary status. (Mixmag)
  • Warp Records’ compilation Artificial Intelligence brought electronic music to the living room, but also unleashed a tidal wave of snobbery around ‘intelligent dance music’. Twenty-five years on, has it endured? (Guardian)
  • Five producers reflect on Aphex Twin playing their music. (Crack)
  • Fatima Al Qadiri unpacks her creative process. (NativeInstruments)
  • [Audio] Richie Hawtin: 'Once you could go to Detroit, you wanted to explore it’. (BBC)
  • Wet Sounds: New Atlantis is ushering in the new wave of new age. (Fact)
  • House Call: On the road with Alan Fitzpatrick. (Mixmag)
  • The Haçienda closed 20 years ago - look back at Manchester's legendary nightclub. (MEN)
  • Seven pieces of gear that prove Kraftwerk are technological trailblazers. (Fact)
  • Seven DJs explain how to get a gig in Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Martin Solveig's seven favourite Ibiza hangouts. (Pulse)
  • The hedonistic beauty of Glastonbury's Block9 in 13 photos. (Mixmag)
  • 22 images that capture the glory of Glastonbury 2017. (Mixmag)
  • Faithless' Sister Bliss picks 10 Ibiza classics. (Pulse)
  • A city guide to Amsterdam by Deltawerk. (DT)
  • Breaking Through: Lanark Artefax. (RA)
  • Breaking Through: Deena Abdelwahed. (RA)
  • Get Familiar: Map.ache. (XLR8R)
  • Hi-Five: DJ Haus. (XLR8R)
  • In Conversation With… DJ Eli Iwasa. (DT)
  • Goldie: 'David Bowie was a beautiful soul, I love him dearly' (MusicWeek)
  • My Philosophy: Goldie. (Insomniac)
  • Goldie's voyage into another galaxy. (DJMag)
  • Into the future: Sinjin Hawke is building a utopia of what he wants music to sound like. (Mixmag)
  • The master: Patrick Cowley created the definitive I Feel Love remix. (Mixmag)
  • An underground resource brings house and techno back to its roots. (CDM)
  • How Major Lazer bet on diversity (and data) to make global hits: ‘The audience controls music now’. (Billboard)
  • The death strobe of EDM, or Daft Punk at Coachella for dummies. (Hazlitt)
  • DJ Pioneer and Distro present their guide to UK funky. (Fabric)
  • Happy Accidents: The gear that changed electronic music by mistake. (DJMag)
  • Laurel Halo shakes up her sound after partnering with a humanoid pop star. (NYTimes)
  • Recently, acts like Huerco S, Steve Hauschildt and Patricia have played ambient shows in a 109-year-old Gothic Revival church in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Kevin Lozano gets the story. (Pitchfork)
  • A list of female DJs who are better than you. (IfOnly)
  • Warung: The Brazilian outpost that became a clubbing empire. (Pulse)
  • Ikonika discusses her latest album's Dark Tones with RBMA.
  • Chicago producer Jana Rush, AKA JARu, speaks to the Chicago Tribune on her return to music with Pariah, her debut album out next month. 
  • Joe Goddard the crate digger. (VinylFactory)
  • Monoloc: “Afterlife stands clearly for its own sound and style”. (Pulse)
  • Watch The Crystal Method gear up for a tour with Tool, chat about new music in his studio. (AXS)
  • Vancouver's new electronic scene is breaking the boys club. (Thump)
  • How Milkshake became “the most open-minded electronic music festival” in the world. (Pulse)
  • Larry Heard discusses the making of Can You Feel It. (Thump)
  • Tiesto talks EDM's pop makeover in Las Vegas and how Sven Väth inspired his career. (Billboard)
  • How Splash House founder Tyler McLean went from college kid to festival power player. (Billboard)
  • Meet the underground talent of HARD Summer: Madam X. (DA)
  • Calvin Harris on what it's like to be the richest DJ in the world. (GQ)
  • I Feel Love: Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder created the template for dance music as we know it. (Mixmag)
  • When disco ruled the world: Casablanca Records was the debauched centre of the Universe. (Mixmag)
  • How to stay sane in Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Eleven podcasts for DJs, By DJs. (DJTechTools)
  • Andrea Oliva’s five essential tips for the perfect party. (Pulse)
  • [Video] How Hardwell growth hacked his career, a keynote from TNW Conference 2017. (YouTube)
  • Four of the world's best rooftop clubs. (DJ Mag)
  • Italo disco don Fred Ventura picks 11 stone-cold classics from his record bag. (Fact)
  • Six party crews redefining the gay underground. (Mixmag)
  • Jacob Moesgaard, CEO of AM, explains a revival of vinyl. (MagneticMag)
  • Get to know KISSEY, the Swedish singer making danceable trip hop. (Mixmag)
  • Jump around: The powerful sound of jump-up d'n'b is entering a golden era. (Mixmag)
  • Meet DJ Nesa, a woman aiding Iran’s electronic music boom. (ElectronicBeats)
  • [Video] Real Scenes: London. (RA)
  • Figuring out why Americans sound so great on house records. (Thump)
  • NON co-founder Chino Amobi speaks to Andrew Ryce about the importance of collaboration and collectivism in art and music. (RA)
  • Slipmatt's top 5 old skool records of all time. (DT)
  • How Russian youth is raving into a bold new future. (Dazed)
  • Chee’s mind-warping sound is the future of drum & bass. (Pulse)
  • 10 DJS explain why Ibiza still matters. (Mixmag)
  • Festival Chat: Joe Goddard at Field Day. (DT)
  • Breaking Through: Lanark Artefax. (RA)
  • Slowdive have been marrying shoegaze with electronic music for years. (Thump)
  • Djebali: “legends making dance music history is what brought us here”. (Pulse)
  • A new era: The Social Festival makes its Latin America debut. (Mixmag)
  • Kraftwerk's Ralf Hütter: 'Music is about intensity … the rest is just noise’. (Guardian)
  • Innocence and Influences with Giegling’s Edward. (Fabric)
  • Hottest photos from EDC Las Vegas 2017. (RBMA)
  • Does Drake hate my DJ mixes? Soundcloud copyright strikes Vs DJ mixes. (DJTechTools)
  • Is Georgian club Bassiani the new Berghain? (Thump)
  • Jax Jones talks Instruction, working with Demi Lovato, and radio domination. (Billboard)
  • Lone Romantic: The dance world according to Maceo Plex. (Billboard)
  • How Splash House founder Tyler McLean went from college kid to festival power player. (Billboard)
  • 10 subgenre definitions we could use right now. (MagneticMag)
  • Artist Tips: Steve O'Sullivan. (XLR8R)
  • Hi-Five: Etapp Kyle. (XLR8R)
  • Interview: HVOB. (DHA)
  • A brief chat with Hifi Sean. (DT)
  • Andrea Oliva’s five essential tips for the perfect party. (Pulse)
  • Roundtable: Revisit 10 iconic DJ Snake tracks in honour of his birthday. (DA)
  • Kaskade: ‘Electronic [dance] music is the sound of today’. (SunTimes)
  • Five years deep and with a debut Ibiza jaunt coming up, time to find out more about Tough Love's house label. (InternationalDJ)
  • More and more musicians are throwing their own festivals – is this the future of live performance or a cynical fad? (GuardianGuide - Gavin Haynes)
  • He was in care and into crime. Now he’s a British icon and an MBE. Goldie tells Chris Harvey about his highs and lows Even wiser and sober, Goldie is still out there – a long way out there. (Telegraph)
  • Through The Wire: Remembering Idris Elba’s 2-step past. (Fact)
  • The Black Madonna: Dance Music’s Saviour. (RollingStone)
  • 40 years since its creation, Jon Hassell's music for "unknown and imaginary regions" remains a powerful influence on modern electronic music. Andy Beta considers its legacy. (RA)
  • Explore Green Velvet’s Chicago house roots with this video. (ElectronicBeats)
  • Cheat Codes talk first Hot 100 hit No Promises, how Demi Lovato 'really connected with the song’. (Billboard)
  • The Polish Ambassador talks Color of Flight, farmstead life & prepping his first festival. (Billboard)
  • Bassnectar talks crafting positivity and committing to authenticity, shares two new tracks from Reflective EP. (Billboard)
  • For Tarik Barri art is all a matter of perspectives. (Thump)
  • From college to arenas: meet Tony Ann, the guy whose YouTube covers landed him on The Chainsmokers' tour. (Billboard)
  • The women of Sónar+D 2017. (AtlasoftheFuture)
  • Pasquale Rotella talks Insomniac Records and shares 40-track compilation for EDC Las Vegas 2017. (Billboard)
  • Thurston Moore: 'Techno is a brain-dead exercise of plastic sound’. (Pitchfork)
  • This is the modular synth Aphex Twin is using in his DJ sets. (Fact)
  • How revolution galvanised Egypt's electronic underground. (Thump)
  • Becoming a top techno artist is a dream come true for Dax Heddon. Matt Unicomb hears about the hard work behind his success. (RA)
  • Emma Robertson gets a rare interview with Berlin-based artist Binh. (CrackMagazine)
  • How B-boy culture directly inspired D’n’B: Defrostatica’s global homage. (Bandcamp)
  • [Video] ​Watch The Martinez Brothers meet with Pete Tong for an intimate interview at IMS Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • The A-Z of techno. (Mixmag)
  • Remembering DJ Dominator – one of bass music’s rising stars. (YourEDM)
  • On the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Edgar Gomez reflects on what a safe haven the club was for him and others — maybe even shooter Omar Mateen. (LongReads)
  • 20 Questions: Robag Wruhme. (XLR8R)
  • 13 influential LPs that shaped modular synth legend Suzanne Ciani. (ElectronicBeats)
  • 25 historic nightclubs that shaped German club culture. (ElectronicBeats)
  • 13 influential LPs that shaped modular synth legend Suzanne Ciani. (ElectronicBeats)
  • Festival Guide 2017: rest of the world. (DJMag)
  • Festival Chat: wAFF at We Are FSTVL. (DT)
  • Festival Chat: Steve Lawler at We Are FSTVL. (DT)
  • A potted history of Joy Orbison. (FabricLondon)
  • Playing Favourites: Mr Bongo. (RA)
  • Hi-Five: Shanti Celeste. (XLR8R)
  • In-depth with Dark Sky. (DT)
  • Interview: Warp Records stalwart, Clark. (MagneticMag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Ikonika. (Guardian)
  • Re-rewind! The odd tale of how UK garage legends Artful Dodger became Original Dodger. (Guardian)
  • The Night Ibiza Was Born, extract from The Acid House by Alfredo. (Ibizan)
  • Defected boss Simon Dunmore discusses Glitterbox’s beginnings, what’s in store for the season, what makes the party so special, and a few of his favourite memories. (Pulse)
  • New Order’s Bernard Sumner comments on the Manchester bombing and recording Technique during a keynote discussion at the International Music Summit Ibiza. (CoS)
  • Lee Burridge talks ‘spiritual botox’ and growing his culture ahead of new All Day I Dream tour. (DA)
  • The Family That Raves Together, Stays Together: Kevin Saunderson and his sons Dantiez and DaMarii are Detroit techno's first family. (Thump)
  • Travel advice from Diplo, who takes 320 flights a year. (GQ)
  • Andy Kayll and Rich Walsh: the duo behind the phenomenal sound at Ibiza's DC-10. (Mixmag)
  • Oakland artists after Ghost Ship fire: 'We knew things would never be the same’. (Guardian)
  • ‘Techno trance for tiny ears’: taking your newborn to a rave. (Guardian)
  • Dimitri From Paris delves into his '90s garage house selection. (Mixmag)
  • “It’s a psychological overload”: Weirdcore on creating Aphex Twin’s live visuals. (ItsNiceThat)
  • Politics and dance music are intertwined and there's nothing you can do about it. (Mixmag)
  • Looking back at Labyrinth, the east London rave that still lives long in the memory. (Thump)
  • Phil Mison's keeping his Balearic spirit alive, a quarter of a century on. (Thump)
  • Duke Dumont and Gorgon City talk about their new collaboration which is set to be a summer smash. (Sun)
  • Technology must be accessible to the next generation of artists, Ableton co-founder Gerard Behles says. (Thump)
  • Laurel Halo’s surreal, complex third album once again proves she's onto something far more special. (Mixmag)
  • Martin Solveig: “Evolving is not a prerequisite, it’s something you go with”. (Pulse)
  • Kornél Kovács on why raving is an inherently anti-fascist movement. (Fact)
  • Get to know Niña Dioz, the Mexican rapper on the cusp of international recognition. (Mixmag)
  • Maceo Plex's Mosaic is bringing something different to Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • “I’m having more fun than ever”: the emancipation and diversification of Move D. (StampTheWax)
  • New face, fresh style: Michael Blume talks queer identity & just wanting 'to feel different’. (Billboard)
  • This mayoral candidate wants to heal Detroit with afrofuturism and techno. (Thump)
  • [video] IMS Ibiza 2017 looked at balancing the ratio in gender in electronic music. (DT)
  • A damn good chat with the incomparable DJ Harvey. (InTheMix)
  • “Furious and uncompromising”: the enduring live power of Richie Hawtin. (InTheMix)
  • Kölsch is heading to the White Isle as one of this summer's biggest stars, says Ralph Moore. (Mixmag)
  • Six disco releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • Eight electro releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • The ultimate Ibiza 2017 guide. (Mixmag)
  • Ibiza 2017 preview. (RA)
  • Harangue the DJ: Honey Soundsystem (Guardian Guide)
  • Six questions with... Melissa McKinlay of Defected Records. (MusicWeek)
  • In conversation with…Charlotte De Witte. (DT)
  • From Being Boiled to I Feel Love: Gary Numan’s top electro tracks. (Guardian)
  • Suzanne Ciani runs through her favourite records for The Quietus
  • Label of the month: Mannequin Records. (RA)
  • Obituary: Robert Miles - musician and DJ renowned for the elegiac track Children. (Times)
  • Josh Hall checks in with one of electronic music's most consistently innovative duos, Emptyset. (RA)
  • Montreal-via-London producer Deadboy on the ten records he was listening to while making Earth Body. (Thump)
  • Circoloco resident Davide Squillace on new Balearic ventures with Hï Ibiza and Labyrinth at Pacha. (IbizaSpotlight)
  • Sample Hunting: We traced the surprisingly dark origins of Weiss’s biggest hooks. (Pulse)
  • Marco Shuttle talks us through the key elements of his studio. (XLR8R)
  • N.M.O make military space music and you'll want to listen to it right now. (Thump)
  • Get to know Mollie Collins, the breakthrough drum 'n' bass sensation. (Mixmag)
  • Between Two Coasts: Underground club music is thriving in America's heartland. (Mixmag)
  • Sunset Music Festival collaborators Disco Donnie & John Santoro preview 2017 festival. (Billboard)
  • Gareth Emery on the strength of the City of Manchester after tragedy. (Billboard)
  • Meet Black Coffee – Drake's latest collaborator and host of Ibiza's hottest party. (IbiTimes)
  • Five Key tracks: Marcus Intalex/Trevino. (Pulse)
  • A tribute to Marcus Intalex. (UKF)
  • Marcus Intalex - A true master of his form. (Fabric)
  • Master Craftsman: remembering Marcus Intalex and his exploratory D’n’B. (Mixmag)
  • Ibiza 2017 preview. (RA)
  • Festival Guide 2017: DJMag counts down the continent's best festivals. (DJMag)
  • Every dance music festival you’ll go to this summer. (Thump)
  • RA's guide to Movement 2017
  • The dance music trends to keep you Moving this summer. (Pitchfork)
  • Interview: Martin Solveig. (DT)
  • In conversation with… Tube & Berger. (DT)
  • Promoter interview: Audio Obscura. (DHA)
  • Spotify playlist: 35 tracks for the Haçienda's 35th birthday. (Mixmag)
  • Carl Craig's orchestra: in the zone. (DJMag)
  • Get to know Amtrac, the producer making a mark on the international house scene. (Mixmag)
  • Ireland’s Higher Vision festival is a perfectly pitched combo of 90s style and 2017 tech, says Cóilí Collins. (Mixmag)
  • Awakenings celebrated 20 years with the best techno DJs in the world including Nina Kraviz, Sven Väth and loads more. (Mixmag)
  • Octave One reveal their favourite gear for live techno. (Mixmag)
  • Safe as house is: Gender identity and safe spaces in clubs. (DJMag)
  • Making sounds with Suzanne Ciani, America's first female synth hero. (Guardian)
  • In wreckage of the Fyre Festival, fury, lawsuits and an inquiry. (NYTimes)
  • There's a unique dance music scene brewing in the Uruguayan capital. Matt Unicomb travels there to meet the exceptionally talented DJs and producers at the heart of it. (RA)
  • Rebekah: The Birmingham-born techno artist talks overcoming fear, hybrid DJ sets and sobriety. (RA)
  • Petite Noir: Noirwave is “a higher consciousness of black excellence”. (Pulse)
  • Q&A: Paul Oakenfold on playing Mt. Everest and the state of electronic music in 2017. (Stereogum)
  • At Moogfest, untamed sounds and futuristic protests. (NYTimes)
  • Real Talk: Kiani and his legion on a science of uncertainty. (XLR8R)
  • A history of dance music in 50 photos. (Mixmag)
  • Club Tropicana: George Michael was a dance music pioneer. (HuffPo)
  • Eric Prydz: I make music to please myself. (MusicNews)
  • DJ Shadow: 'Music has never been worth less, and yet sampling has never been more risky’. (Guardian)
  • Kevin EG Perry previews an upcoming Cuban electronic music festival at the Barbican, Manana, featuring Ariwo, Obbatuke, Plaid, Soundspecies and DJ Tennis. (Guardian)
  • The footwork producer has taken influences from across the map to make dance music that sounds like nothing else. Is Jlin the future of electronica? (Guardian - Simon Reynolds)
  • Conceptual Clubbing: Murlo is creating an otherworldly space for dance music. (Mixmag)
  • The definitive tale of the seminal Detroit club, The Music Institute, that gave techno a local platform. (RBMA)
  • A new film, If I Think Of Germany At Night, connects electronica, Heine and the romantic German soul in troubled times. (Economist)
  • Honey Soundsystem, Honcho, Wrecked, the Carry Nation, TNX, and Men's Room join the THUMP Podcast for a roundtable about the queer underground. (Thump)
  • Celebrating 10 years of Deviation with Benji B. (RA)
  • On the road with the Brazilian superstar ANNA. (Mixmag)
  • Electronic dance music has been huge in Europe since the 90's. Now, at last, the genre is taking over America, reports Whitesmith Entertainment's co-founder. (Midem - Emily White)
  • Harangue the DJ: Busy P. (Guardian Guide)
  • How we made… Leftfield’s Leftism. (Guardian2)
  • Meet Berlin techno trio FJAAK. (Fabric)
  • 10 acts who will blow your mind at Sónar 2017. (Mixmag)
  • Simon Reynolds meets Jlin: 'I got part of my ideology from Coco Chanel’. (Guardian)
  • Ten questions for Sven Väth. (Skinny)
  • Before Chunda Munki embarks on his tour of South Africa, he discusses his incredible journey to the top of the South African bass house scene. (Pulse)
  • The 12 best B2B combos of all time. (Pulse)
  • What does DJ Khaled actually do? (Pigs&Planes)
  • 82-year-old grandma, DJ Sumiko has a story that is stranger than fiction. (Thump)
  • Trainspotting a DJ’s tracks: is it lazy or legit? (DJTechTools)
  • Video: A history of sampling w/ Chris Read [WhoSampled] at Point Blank London. (YouTube)
  • High times in the Highlands: Exploring the outer reaches of Scotland's music scene. (Mixmag)
  • Block9’s NYC Downlow might just be the best festival arena on the planet. (Mixmag)
  • It's a London ting - Chatting UKG with garage legend Marc Cotterell. (Traxsource)
  • Get to know Cakes Da Killa, the rapper mixing energetic wordplay with club culture. (Mixmag)
  • Plus Eight Equity partners, Richie Hawtin, Pete Tong and Ben Turner, talk 'pushing the bounds' of electronic music through investment. (Billboard)
  • Busy P talks Ed Banger's past, present & future, shares Ed Rec 100 compilation. (Billboard)
  • Joe Seaton, the DJ and producer better known as Call Super, examines the Brexit's consequences for club culture, and explains how to get involved. (RA)
  • The art of DJing: Anthony Parasole. (RA)
  • Arca, Deadboy and Mr Mitch: the new wave of beat-makers becoming pop stars. (Guardian - Adam Bychawski)
  • Techno pioneer Richie Hawtin opens up about his CLOSE live show. (DJMag)
  • The underrated art of the pub DJ. (Mixmag)
  • The sample legacy of Computer World, Kraftwerk’s most influential album. (VinylFactory)
  • A guide to choosing the perfect DJ headphones. (DHA)
  • Spotify playlist: 30 dance music tracks heard on the big screen. (Mixmag)
  • The UK's early '90s free party movement in photos. (Guardian)
  • Spotlight Mix: Riaz Dhanani. (DT)
  • Moby’s top 10 drum & bass tracks. (UKF)
  • Harangue the DJ: Haai. (Guardian)
  • 11 bangers from Skream and Patrick Topping's epic back-to-back set at Fabric. (Mixmag)
  • 12 new parties that are hitting Ibiza this season. (Mixmag)
  • Mura Masa introduces his self-titled debut album. (Billboard)
  • Craig David talks about his club night, TS5. (LATimes)
  • If anyone knows how to have fun at a festival it’s rockumentary stars-turned-IRL party crew Kurupt FM. Here’s their survival guide. (Guardian)
  • Alright everyone, chill: why ambient is one of the sounds of the summer. (Guardian)
  • How Leftfield's Leftism redefined dance music. (BBC)
  • Jlin: Woman of Steel and producer at the vanguard of electronic music who makes tracks that pulse with a quick and steady heartbeat. (Pitchfork)
  • Or:la introduces her timeless sound. (FabricBlog)
  • Interview: Paul Woolford brings meditation into dance music. (MagneticMag)
  • Curated by Chris Lake and Skrillex, HOWSLA tries to push the genre into the future, and it succeeds - sometimes. (Thump)
  • Build Something Together: 10 years of Ilian Tape. (Mixmag)
  • Robert Miles' Children was a time-blurring, brain-sticking classic. (Billboard)
  • Mija challenges the status quo with hard-hitting drum 'n' bass and is making an impact. (Mixmag)
  • Trance is making a big comeback thanks to the likes of Nina Kraviz, Adam Beyer and Sven Väth. (TechnoMoves)
  • Ask the Experts: Helena Hauff. (XLR8R)
  • Pushing the envelope: Dense & Pika are the most unique act in modern techno. (Mixmag)
  • In Conversation: Davide Squillace & Yousef. (DHA)
  • Artist Tips: Machinedrum. (XLR8R)
  • Andrea Oliva sticks brings positivity to underground dance music and the world. (MagneticMag)
  • Zedd chats about launching his own line of headphones in a crowded market. (Forbes)
  • Like MC and DJ: An audiovisual alliance for the digital age. (MusicTechFuture)
  • Meet Amine K: The Moroccan house don bringing the underground to Marrakech. (Pulse)
  • Major Lazer’s Give Me Future documentary director, Austin Peters, discusses the challenges of shooting the globe-trotting trio's historic 2016 Havana concert. (Thump)
  • Judge Jules on the upcoming year and Ibiza in general. (WhiteIsle)
  • Where is home? On tour with Planet Giegling: Beyond bringing their beloved sound to cities around the world, this tour had a profound mission: to save Giegling. Will Lynch tells its story. (RA)
  • Five years deep: The unique story of System. (UKF)
  • The futuristic reggaeton of Chico Sonido is ready to blow. (Fact)
  • Patrick Topping: Local Hero. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Joe Goddard. (Guardian)
  • Six disco releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • 15 of the most influential techno labels of the past decade. (Mixmag)
  • Skrillex: A musical timeline of greatness. (DA)
  • A look back at Aphex Twin & Grant Wilson-Claridge’s Rephlex Records. (BandCamp)
  • DJ Shiva is noncompliant. (DJMag)
  • Searching for answers in Fyre Festival’s viral disaster. (Pitchfork)
  • Women in Clouds: Three 'ambient' musicians discuss their art and careers. (Muse)
  • Minister turned DJ, DJ J.A.Z, thinks the dancefloor can save us all. (Thump)
  • Essential Wax: Dan Deacon. (Discogs)
  • Black promoters are taking back Chicago's nightlife. (Thump)
  • A handful of the industry’s talented resident DJs share what makes them tick on the night. (DT)
  • Dave Clarke pays tribute to one of his favourite Amsterdam record stores. (Guardian)
  • Interview: Ben Pearce. (DHA)
  • Carl Craig has turned his back catalogue into an orchestral masterpiece after nine years with a team of musicians including Francesco Tristano. (Mixmag)
  • Bassline mainstay Jamie Duggan is looking towards the future. (Thump)
  • Get deep into the mind of DJ Soch — the Italian producer ready to take on the world. (Thump)
  • Do music videos have a future in dance music? (StoneyRoads)
  • Defiance in DC: Raving in Donald Trump's Washington. (Mixmag)
  • Afro house artist of the year, Hyenah, selects top tunes for the weekend. (Pulse)
  • The 10 worst electronic dance tracks before the rise of EDM. (LAWeekly)
  • CloudBounce CEO, Anssi Uimonen gives fives reasons to master your music. (DataTransmission)
  • Seven innovative VST synths for making cutting-edge sounds. (Fact)
  • Enough Black: Let’s bring colour back to techno. (Pulse)
  • From Chicago to Brixton: The surprising rise of UK drill. (Fact)
  • The 90s were a weird but wonderful time for dance music. (StoneyRoads)
  • Label of the month: Traffic Records. (RA)
  • 10 iconic Ricardo Villalobos moments. (Mixmag)
  • Still spinning after all these years: the DJ dinosaurs who keep evolving. (IrishTimes)
  • In Conversation with… Elias Mazian. (DataTransmission)
  • Harangue the DJ: Perc. (Guardian)
  • The organiser of Scottish festival T in the Park has admitted that the festival landscape has changed forever due to dramatic changes in the habits and demands from music fans. (Scotsman)
  • Watch: How Ibiza became the world's most famous party island. (DJMag)
  • Talking capitalist elitism, corporate greed and why music doesn’t always have to be good with SA festival Edge Of Wrong Festival. (Pulse)
  • Yousef talks the legacy of Circus. (FabricBlog)
  • Nicky Siano on disco, drugs and DJing at Studio 54. (VinylFactory)
  • A look at the misunderstandings, redemptions and renaissance of synthesizers. (VinylMe)
  • Poetry, modesty and balance – the tenets of legendary drum and bass MC, DRS. (Pulse)
  • Funkmaster Flex Vs. DJ Clue is the DJ battle the culture needs. (Thump)
  • Nick Curly presents the Sound of Trust. (FabricBlog)
  • Wave: The emotive new genre with its own icy ecosystem. (Mixmag)
  • The curious life of Cashmere Cat. (Thump)
  • 10 iconic DJ Harvey moments. (Mixmag)
  • Junkie XL on making Hollywood movie soundtracks. (GQ)
  • Electronica maestro Sibot thinks “one mistake can kill it all”. (Pulse)
  • Jonas Kopp talks Argentina. (MNMT)
  • Venus X: Bold, confrontational, unique—the New York DJ talks shop with Max Pearl. (RA)
  • Trutopia bring the London dance underground to the world. (MagenticMag)
  • A chat with Two Can about their soothing new track and breaking into the us market. (StoneyRoads)
  • Meet the underground talent of Sónar: Heidi. (DA)
  • Boddika: “I wonder if anyone actually gives a f*** about the underground anymore…”. (DataTransmission)
  • Eats Everything, DJ Pierre, Optimo and Richy Ahmed explain what acid house means to them. (Pulse)
  • Is Innervisions the label of the decade? Voting now open. (Mixmag)
  • Richie Hawtin at Coachella 2017 on Sake and his history with the festival. (Billboard)
  • How Carl Craig spent a decade bringing his best tracks to life for the orchestra on Versus. (Fact)
  • Are your cables changing the sound of your music? Rashad Becker, Ena, Stereociti and Toshihiko Miyoshi give their thoughts on this controversial issue. (RA)
  • We sit down with playa tech virtuoso Lemurian at Euphoria 2017. (MagneticMag)
  • Hifi Sean: ‘I was consumed with guilt because I’d hurt people’. (Guardian)
  • How Do LaB has become the lifeblood of Coachella. (Earmilk)
  • Picard Brothers drop Running from my life [Premiere + Q&A]. (Earmilk)
  • Nightclubbing: Fabio and Grooverider’s Rage. (RBMA)
  • We hung out with a sloth and Dirtybird's Sacha Robotti. (Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Karen Gwyer. (Guardian)
  • How do you solve a problem like the Chainsmokers? (NYTimes)
  • Dwson: The house music prodigy set to take SA by storm. (Pulse)
  • Gary Richards was instrumental in the rise of electronic dance music in the US. Now his challenge is grappling with the surging number of drug-related deaths on the scene – including at his Hard Summer festivals. (Guardian)
  • Late Nite Tuff Guy on Prince: “We’re talking about a genius”. (Pulse)
  • Goodbye "Shelter": a conversation with Porter Robinson. (Earmilk)
  • 20 Questions: Bruce - The Bristol-based sonic explorer sits down to answer our questions on production, inspirations, and anything else. (XLR8R)
  • Joe Goddard on getting lost in your work. (CreativeIndependent)
  • 7 pieces of gear that helped define Aphex Twin’s pioneering sound. (Fact)
  • Aphex Twin: 10 strange myths and the truth behind them. (Fact)
  • Aphex Twin’s Avril 14th: How Drukqs’ piano lullaby became a runaway pop culture hit. (Fact)
  • Carl Craig on mixing electronic and classical music. (Billboard)
  • Gentlemens Club on embracing on the "hyper future”. (MagneticMag)
  • House artist Josh Butler is ready to take over the US. (MagneticMag)
  • Yotam Avni talks political partying. (FabricBlog)
  • Encounters: Matmos & Alvin Curran. (RBMA)
  • Nikki McNeill's music PR agency, Global Publicity, whose roster includes Sziget, Lowlands, ADE and Exit, celebrates its 10th anniversary. (FestivalInsight)
  • Saluting Alex Solman’s strange, supreme illustrations of your favourite club heroes. (Fact)
  • As Holly Dicker explains, Aïsha Devi has undertaken a long creative and spiritual journey to achieve the singular work she's now widely known for. (RA)
  • How Prince’s love affair with Detroit helped fuel the birth of techno. (TheCurrent)
  • 13 of the most influential house labels of the last decade. (Mixmag)
  • Legendary Finnish producer Mika Vainio died on April 12, leaving behind a diverse catalogue that has influenced a large swathe of the contemporary electronic music scene. Revisit this interview from 2013, which takes a closer look at that year’s Kilo. (Fact)
  • Remembering Mika Vainio - Andrew Ryce examines some of the pivotal moments in the late Finnish electronic music pioneer's extensive catalogue. (RA)
  • Mika Vainio's quiet influence on electronic music was deafening. (Guardian)
  • 10 drum 'n' bass tunes you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • 16 house releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Young Marco. (Guardian)
  • Jules O’Riordan (Judge Jules) now of Sheridans, talks music, the law and artists in 2017. (MusicAlly)
  • Ibiza, butt plugs and crying to Adele with Franky Rizardo. (Pulse)
  • How cruising, graveyards and swan songs inspired Arca's new album. (Guardian)
  • Studio Essentials: Leo Pol. (XLR8R)
  • Angus Finlayson meets Alex Solman, the man behind the distinctive drawings for the Golden Pudel and one of the best visual artists working in music today. (RA)
  • 2007-2017 might just be the greatest decade in dance music history. (Mixmag)
  • How I'm raving my way out of depression. (Thump)
  • The Chainsmokers are legit now, and also boring, says Rob Harvilla. (The Ringer)
  • A history of rave in dance music documentaries. (Mixmag)
  • An overview of Iran's electronic music scene. (BandCamp)
  • The untold story of San Francisco's Filipino mobile DJ crews. (Noisey)
  • The Chemical Brothers' Dig Your Own Hole is still a rollercoaster of block rockin' beats. (Fact)
  • Depeche Mode's Martin Gore: 'The alt-right liking us is baffling". (Guardian)
  • Meet DJ Sumirock, the 82-year-old granny ripping through Tokyo. (Billboard)
  • The megastars of EDM are untouchable, super-rich elites. We need an everyman. (Thump)
  • With his new show Close, Richie Hawtin will DJ without his decks at Coachella. (LATimes)
  • Interview with Jean-Michel Jarre: Electronic dance music pioneer. (DigitalJournal)
  • Sian gets back to his roots: "Remember why we got into this, or what's the point?". (Mixmag)
  • The month’s best under-the-radar club tracks. (Fact)
  • 7 movie scenes that show the uneasy relationship between clubs and the law. (Thump)
  • Thump reviews all the Billboard EDM chart-toppers that nobody has ever heard of.
  • The top 10 sets of Ultra Music Festival 2017. (YourEDM)
  • 18 albums you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • April: 10 big tunes you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • Is Miami Music Week over? (Thump)
  • Born Optimistic #1: Moby. (BO)
  • Moby and others discuss life as sober DJs. (Thump)
  • Harangue the DJ: Nathan Fake. (Guardian)
  • An interview with Outlook & Dimensions festivals. (FestivalInsight)
  • Music production tips from a pro: Featurecast (DMNW)
  • Shrimpnose on how dropping out of college and pursuing music saved his life. (Pigs&Planes)
  • Cleric: 'The only thing that matters is what's coming out of the speakers.' (Hardlife)
  • Egyptian Lover picks the records that shaped his music. (Fabric Blog)
  • Coming from a family of progressive artists, Berlin-based producer and DJ Joe Seaton has a distinctly radical sensibility running through his veins, says Andy Beta. (Pitchfork)
  • Watch: rare interview with Roland founder Ikutaro Kakehashi. (Fact)
  • The Black Madonna, Hudson Mohawke, and more reflect on the life of TR-808 developer Ikutaro Kakehashi. (Thump)
  • The life and times of Ikutaro Kakehashi, the Roland pioneer modern music owes everything to. (Fact)
  • Crookers: “There’s a lot of work to do to re-establish the right perception of dance music”. (Pulse)
  • Nicole Moudaber: "I'm a great believer in matching my sets to my surroundings" (Pulse)
  • How Destructo has bridged the gap between hip-hop and dance music. (Complex)
  • London Elektricity looks back on Hospital through the years. (FabricBlog)
  • Here's why big room clubbing is sweaty, stupid and secretly brilliant. (Thump)
  • They call them the club kids: meet the party people doing things differently. (Mixmag)
  • MK and Shiba San in conversation: sneakers, that Jamie Jones mixup and summer plans. (Mixmag)
  • A killer party, a soundsystem, a charity—there's really nothing like Leeds-based Cosmic Slop. But, as Kristan Caryl explains, its vitally important place in the local community is under threat. (RA)
  • Eats Everything returns to Dirtybird, shares favourite tracks from label's history. (Billboard)
  • Eight incredible festivals in countries you’ve (probably) never visited. (Pulse)
  • 14 record sleeve designs for house records that never had artwork. (Mixmag)
  • 10 of Chicago house veteran Ron Trent’s most underrated deep cuts. (Fact)
  • Three things you didn’t know about Metrik. (UKF)
  • Label of the month: Peoples Potential Unlimited. (RA)
  • Harangue the DJ: Jacques Greene (GuardianGuide)
  • Fast and furious: Why Avicii had to retire. (Mixmag)
  • The rise of Dr Ozi. (UKF)
  • Xtrah – Causing A Disturbance. (UKF)
  • The Sober Raver: Dance music saved my life. (Mixmag)
  • Zak Khutoretsky a.k.a. DVS1 imparts his wisdom on DJing, music production, mastering, and everything in between. (XLR8R)
  • Cristian Varela traces 25 years of dance with intimate new documentary. (DHA)
  • Soulful, rhythmic and vibey: enter the world of Harvey Sutherland. (Mixmag)
  • Video: Find out what Goldie makes of Berghain and more in the latest of the British Masters series. (Thump)
  • Claude VonStroke interviewed at Miami Music Week 2017. (MagneticMag)
  • Claude VonStroke in conversation with Eats Everything: "We don't do this job to be serious”. (Mixmag)
  • Claude VonStroke came from obscurity to win Best DJ over the Chainsmokers. Can he pull off the same trick in a new genre with a new stage name? (Guardian)
  • Sascha Borchardt a.k.a Monoloc reveals some of the secrets behind his brooding, atmospheric sound. (XLR8R)
  • Beijing’s Do Hits label is forging China’s new club sound. (BandCamp)
  • 5MinutesWith: Jeroen Search (Slam)
  • Joris Voorn interviewed at Miami Music Week 2017. (MagneticMag)
  • Mark Smith hears how a sharp focus on music's emotional core helps keep Dana Ruh's studio sessions productive and creative. (RA)
  • How an 18th century monk invented electronic music. (Motherboard)
  • DJ Octo Octa on coming out as transgender: 'Everyone was confused, then it was OK’. (Guardian)
  • How Paris label Antinote is redesigning electronic music. (VinylFactory)
  • Pinch: "dance music must guard against turning into a homogenous mush”. (Mixmag)
  • The Martinez Brothers talk trap, working with Nile Rodgers, and their 'crazy' album plans. (Billboard)
  • Sonny Fodera talks success of Caught Up and announces new label AARRIVAL. (Billboard)
  • Kerri Chandler: A timeless house music icon. (Mixmag)
  • Miami Music Week 2017 party guide. (Billboard)
  • Miami Music Week 2017: Mixmag's top party picks. (Mixmag)
  • Bakermat's Good Vibe Tribe Tour brings total freedom to Miami Music Week 2017. (MiamiNewTimes)
  • Harangue the DJ: Louisahhh (Guardian Guide)
  • The seven deadly sins of clubbing. (Thump)
  • Jacques Greene discusses his debut LP and career longevity with Vincent Tsang, the art director of Montreal's coolest skate brand. (Thump)
  • Cosmic Gate interview: New horizons. (Skiddle)
  • Why Black Coffee’s Hï Ibiza residency is a huge step forward for South African dance music. (Pulse)
  • The top 20 free music production tools in the world. (Pulse)
  • The highly respected drum & bass artist Calibre gives a rare interview. (RA)
  • Oli Warwick unpacks the sprawling career of Jan Jelinek, the highly adventurous German artist who's about to reissue Loop-finding-jazz-records, one of the best electronic music records of all-time. (RA)
  • French producer Joakim talks influences from Deleuze, Marvin Gaye and Tim & Eric. (RansomNote)
  • Ctrl + alt + create: Moving Castle are leading a new generation of music makers. (Mixmag)
  • How Discogs dragged record collecting into the 21st century. (Thump)
  • Interview: the regrowth and rise of Kauf. (XLR8R)
  • Umfang's defiant vision for techno is pushing dance music forward. (Mixmag)
  • Meet SkyWalker, Palestine's first female DJ. (Noisey)
  • Tasha expresses her deep connection to techno. (Fabric)
  • Fuck social media: to succeed in dance music, you just need great records. (Mixmag)
  • Dance music historian and activist Tommie Sunshine on whether activism has a place within dance music. (MagneticMag)
  • Leon: "Longer sets are a chance for me to express myself”. (IbizaVoice)
  • Interview: Santé & Sidney Charles. (DHA)
  • Why 'naughty tech-house' is the greatest dance music sub-genre ever. (Mixmag)
  • Already 10 years into their journey as DJs, and still only in their mid-20s, The Martinez Brothers have achieved a career’s worth of accolades. Steve Rickinson speaks to the pair. (DHA)
  • In too deep: When signing to a major label goes very, very wrong. (Mixmag)
  • Chris Lake talks I Want You, OWSLA house compilation HOWSLA, and the future of American house. (Billboard)
  • 20 Questions: The Black Madonna. (XLR8R)
  • 7 live acts that will dominate festivals in 2017. (Pulse)
  • 10 unforgettable moments from Ultra Music Festival. (DJMag)
  • The 10 best cities for partying in the USA. (Thump)
  • Billboard Dance's 15 artists to watch in 2017. (Billboard)
  • We asked an international law expert if the UN could actually ban tech house. (Thump)
  • A Q&A with DJ and broadcaster Gilles Peterson. (FT)
  • Clone Records might be 25 years-old but Serge is still looking into the future. (Thump)
  • Nathan Fake is guided by Providence after five years of silence on his career-defining new LP. (Fact)
  • We want freedom: after-hours parties are the beating heart of New York nightlife. (Mixmag)
  • Your tracks on wax: how to press your own record. (Mixmag)
  • Peter Quicke on 25 years at Ninja Tune. (PIAS)
  • Talking with Pete Swanson about his new label Freedom To Spend and the power of curation. (Zurkonic)
  • What you need to know about the future of electronic music, according to the New York Times. (Thump)
  • In conversation with… Phonique. (DT)
  • Junction 2 Interview: Reset Robot. (DT)
  • Joe Muggs chats to René Pawlowitz, one of techno's most respected producers, about his artistic evolution. (RA)
  • Actress is back sounding rejuvenated on new album AZD – he talks radio interference, black art and making music that sounds like chrome. (Dazed)
  • Ravers on a train: How Mount Kimbie turned a rail carriage into a moving musical instrument. (Fact)
  • The straight-talking tech-house master Darius Syrossian is having another massive year. (DJMag)
  • The overachievers of Underworld mark 30 years. (Times)
  • Siren DJs: ‘I’m an absolute sucker for hyperactive psych jams’. (Guardian)
  • Real Talk: Federico Molinari - The wonderfully gifted Argentinian producer explores his preference for hardware synthesis. (XLR8R)
  • The Chainsmokers came here to do three things: drink beer, make massive crossover EDM pop hits and collaborate with the likes of Coldplay and Halsey. Looks like they’re all out of beer. “I promise you,” they tell Jonny Ensall, “We’re not a**holes”. (NME)
  • Soichi Terada and Shinichiro Yokota are the Japanese house geniuses finally getting their due. (Fact)
  • How Jeff Mills got in sync with Tony Allen to bring Afrobeat and techno together. (Fact)
  • Jeff Mills on expanding the possibilities of classical music and DJing. (RBMA)
  • Looking back at DJ Hero, the DJing game that wasn't about DJing at all. (Thump)
  • Top 10 April 2017 festivals. (RA)
  • 10 things we love about Josh Wink. (Pulse)
  • The 10 weirdest, most wonderful Ricardo Villalobos tracks. (Pulse)
  • 20 artists to know who are rising from the underground. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Dave Okumu. (Guardian)
  • In the studio: Dorisburg. (XLR8R)
  • Matt Everitt and Steve Lamacq take a look at jungle and how the genre came of age in 1994. (iPlayer, 6 Music)
  • The early days of Detroit: Octave One talk. (RandsomNote)
  • Jeremy Olander talks about 2017 plans and why it’s important to be a mentor for upcoming artists. (Pulse)
  • Antal’s sets traverse genres, tempos and continents. He shares 23 years of DJing wisdom with Aaron Coultate. (RA)
  • Joe Muggs sits down with Axel Boman and John Talabot to talk about their new collaborative album. (RA)
  • Handsome Rambler: Hannibal and Tony talk with Flying Lotus and Thundercat. (SoundCloud)
  • Pixelated popstars: Japan’s dance dance revolution. (Dazed)
  • Maelstrom guides us through the depths of techno and electro. (Fabric)
  • How Mayor Giuliani decimated New York City nightlife. (Thump)
  • How Secret Garden Party made festivals palatable for posh people. (Noisey)
  • Flying Lotus interviews Anderson .Paak. (InterviewMag)
  • A catch-up with Fernando Zapico (better known as Z@p), one of Uruguay's most exciting talents. (XLR8R)
  • The transformative dance music of Jacques Greene. (Hundreds)
  • How Toronto's electronic community fought the city's rave ban and won. (Thump)
  • B.Traits on how her paleo diet keeps her fit on tour and in the studio. (Mixmag)
  • The Producergirls crew share 10 production tips. (Mixmag)
  • The Only Girl: The search for female sound engineers. (Jessica Davidson)
  • 16 record shops owned by women that you should visit. (Mixmag)
  • 100 tracks that trace the history of women in electronic music. (Mixmag)
  • Six women who have impacted dance music forever. (Pulse)
  • 20 women who shaped the history of dance music. (Mixmag)
  • These are dance music's most influential female pioneers. (DJMag)
  • How women are reclaiming record stores. (Mixmag)
  • The Black Madonna in conversation with Andreea Magdalina, Founder,  shesaid.so. (Groove)
  • 10 pioneering UK clubs we wish still existed. (Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Bradley Zero. (Guardian)
  • February's best music. (RA)
  • Respected New York artist Antenes tells Tony Poland her story through 11 records. (RA)
  • Designing chaos: 7 pieces of gear that helped define Autechre’s game-changing sound. (Fact)
  • When did EDM become so full of self-pity? (Noisey)
  • Monki demonstrates her ear for four four. (Fabric blog)
  • Greg Wilson's Discotheque Archives #11. (DJMag)
  • Nastia: A new star rises. (Mixmag)
  • Get to know Solardo, the tech-house duo who know how to throw a proper party. (Mixmag)
  • Label of the month: Infinite Machine. (RA)
  • The cornerstone of Los Angeles' techno community, Drumcell. (Fabric)
  • Trevor Jackson's the punk-funk pioneer with a hand in dance music's aesthetic. (Mixmag)
  • Jamie Duggan discusses his Sheffield background. (Fabric)
  • Joris Voorn: "I’m proud to be part of a community that is so forward thinking.” (Pulse)
  • Marco Carola talks Music On's U.S. expansion and hear Music On's guest playlist. (Billboard)
  • It’s Good To Be Differ-Ent: DJ Bone is carrying Detroit into the future. (Fact)
  • Mike Servito is on a globe-trotting, club-slaying adventure. (Mixmag)
  • Cosmo's Midnight explain how Flume 'carved a path' for Aussie electronic artists. (Billboard)
  • How Kingdom turned “happy accidents” into ecstatic collaborations on Tears In The Club. (Fact)
  • Paul Oakenfold reflects on eve of Generations album and tour: “I’m not an EDM act.” (Billboard)
  • Carl Cox has spoken out about his return to Ibiza this summer, saying it was never in question he would leave the island for good. (Mixmag)
  • Darren Marsh, aka DJ Total Recall, tells the BBC about his success as an international drum 'n' bass DJ and producer.
  • Female-run DJ collective Mamba Negra explain why they are starting a social movement on the São Paulo streets. (Thump)
  • Awakenings Festival fans pick the Top 20 techno tracks of all time. (Pulse)
  • 10 acts not to be missed at Ultra South Africa. (Pulse)
  • 20 savage tracks from the heyday of electro. (Pulse)
  • The best things we saw on the dance music internet this week. (Thump)
  • Harangue the DJ: Sub Focus. (Guardian Guide)
  • Lucky Breaks: how your favourite DJ made it big. (Mixmag)
  • A conversation with Brian Eno about ambient music. (Pitchfork)
  • Mixmag and The Smirnoff Sound Collective are driving diversity in dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Joe Seaton's sound is as wild as it is poetic. Will Lynch finds out what makes him one of the most striking artists in electronic music right now. (RA)
  • Alan Walker: 'There are always going to be haters’. (Standard - Jimi Famurewa)
  • Sandy Rivera talks longevity in house music and new single Yeah! (Billboard)
  • Helena Hauff: Re-wiring the future of electro. (DJMag)
  • Giorgio Moroder talks founding EDM, loving the Chainsmokers and why disco is back. (Paper)
  • Rhythm Section: Exporting house music from Peckham to the world. (Mixmag)
  • The most expensive dance floor records ever sold on Discogs. (RA)
  • Re-Edit Culture – A potted history of the DJ manipulator. (Greg Wilson)
  • Jauz talks meteoric rise, style-hopping sound & songwriting. (Billboard)
  • The Identification of Music Group: Where no track is left undiscovered. (Mixmag)
  • Moog are the music makers: Inside the small town factory that builds the world’s best-loved synths. (Fact)
  • “I try to lead, not follow”: A very nerdy chat with Carl Cox. (InTheMix)
  • Nastia: Complex, fearless and innovative – with a love/hate relationship with DJing and success. (Mixmag - Joe Roberts)
  • DJ Joey Carvello, RFC Records owner Ray Caviano, author Tim Lawrence and co-host of Sound Opinions, Jim DeRogatis, discuss how disco grew from a small underground movement to the best selling music genre in the world. (BetweenTheLinerNotes)
  • The importance of collecting songs in the digital era. (DJBooth) Music streaming services are convenient, but they aren't to be trusted.
  • 12 female electronica pioneers you should know. (Pulse)
  • The Choice: Ron Trent. (Mixmag)
  • The iconic Ministry of Sound has just opened a gym. Peta Bee tries the workout for ravers. (Times)
  • Top 10 March 2017 festivals. (RA)
  • Our favourite tracks from Roman Flügel’s back catalogue. (Fabric)
  • The hard lessons I learned sober raving. (Thump - Michelle Lhooq)
  • A chat with live techno duo Austrian Apparel about the their third visit to South Africa. (Pulse)
  • We are the dreamers of dreams: An ode to Selected Ambient Works 85-92. (Mixmag)
  • East Side story: LA's backyard party scene. (RA)
  • How contemporary electronic artists are challenging the illusion of Great Britain. (Thump)
  • Take this трип: On tour with Nina Kraviz, Bjarki and the Trip crew. (Mixmag)
  • The Bug's new soundsystem party is bringing heavy Pressure to Berlin. (Mixmag)
  • The Israeli duo Red Axes's blend of rock, electronica and house is sending them somewhere special. (Mixmag)
  • Moby opens up about developing a drug addiction while touring the world. (Mixmag)
  • Watch Brisbane’s freshest export, Young Franco, tell his own story of musical development. (Pulse)
  • As a DJ and a producer, Joe Seaton's sound is as wild as it is poetic. Will Lynch finds out what makes him one of the most striking artists in electronic music right now. (RA)
  • Meet Mandy Parnell, mastering engineer for Björk and Aphex Twin. (Guardian)
  • Christian Rijanto of Ismaya Group talks the music industry in Asia. (MagneticMag)
  • Celebrating Black History: The women who shaped dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Celebrating Black History: Detroit techno icons. (Mixmag)
  • Spooky shows his eclectic taste in drum & bass. (Fabric)
  • The month’s best under-the-radar club tracks. (Fact)
  • 12 DJs pick the best-ever moments of Cape Town Electronic Music Festival. (Pulse)
  • The 10 most influential EDM news stories of 2007-2017. (EDMSauce)
  • Five artists you need to check out this month – February. (DT)
  • Five clubs you need to visit before you die. (RB)
  • Nine drum 'n' bass releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • 12 female electronica pioneers you should know. (Pulse)
  • 11 Iranian DJs that you need to know. (Mixmag)
  • 20 Questions: Baba Stiltz. (XLR8R)
  • Name’s not down, you’re not comin' in - the ticklish bond between bouncer and clubber. (Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Charlie Bones (Guardian Guide)
  • Jonny Sender, one of the lesser-known DJs from the 1980s New York scene, tells his story. (Roof)
  • Finn Johannsen, the encyclopedic Berlin DJ, speaks with Tim Lawrence on his three books - Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980-1983, Love Saves The Day and Hold On to Your Dreams: Arthur Russell and the Downtown Music Scene, 1973-1992.
  • Mixmag selects the tracks that summed up Vietnam’s Epizode Festival, the latest incarnation from the team behind Kazantip. (Mixmag)
  • Rockabye: The story behind Clean Bandit & Sean Paul's socially conscious dance smash. (Billboard)
  • More than two years after their second split, Orbital have put aside their differences to go on tour again and release new material. (Guardian)
  • Chloé Robinson AKA Barely Legal, is a bomb-dropping selector loved by dancefloors. (Mixmag)
  • Inside Glasgow's underground after-hours party scene. (YouTube)
  • Few living DJs embody the spirit of Chicago like Ron Trent, says Marc Rowlands. (Mixmag)
  • John Talabot and Axel Boman discuss their upcoming Talaboman album The Night Land. (Independent - Roisin O’Connor)
  • Waajeed discusses his love for Detroit. (Fabric)
  • The Young Pope understands electronic music better than any other TV show. (Uproxx)
  • Inside the 90s world of tartan techno. (ID)
  • How BLOND:ISH stay sane on the road. (DA)
  • Celebrating Black History: Detroit techno icons. (Mixmag)
  • Sole Vision: Bonobo has quietly become the biggest act in dance music today. (Mixmag)
  • Sonia Calico is defining dance music for Taipei’s new generation. (Fader)
  • Ten things you can do to make dance music less sexist. (Mixmag)
  • Six disco releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • 10 Ostgut Ton gems in celebration of 100 EP releases. (Mixmag)
  • 10 acts you can't afford to miss in 2017. (Pulse)
  • Mix of the day: Elena Colombi. (RA)
  • The 94 best record shops in Europe. (SpecialRecord)
  • Why it's great everybody wants to be a DJ. (Pulse)
  • Trumpwave and Fashwave are just the latest disturbing examples of the far-right appropriating electronic music. (Thump)
  • The month's electronic music: looking forward. (Quietus)
  • Who the hell is Rosella Blinded? (UKF)
  • The top up-and-coming electronic producers and EDM artists to watch in 2017. (Routenote)
  • The Chainsmokers are the Nickelback of EDM, says Matt Miller. (Esquire)
  • From Daft Punk to Skrillex, seven of the coolest live setups of all-time. (Thump)
  • Karma Klique: The Bangkok crew bringing charity and intimacy to the dancefloor. (Pulse)
  • Gunnar Haslam and Johannes Auvinen (a.k.a. Tin Man) reflect on techno's role in the fight against fascism. (Xlr8r)
  • How will A-Trak spin the fate of music’s future? Allow him to explain. (DJMag)
  • Get Recovered: Ben Pearce tells us how close he came to calling time on his career. (Mixmag)
  • Chicago house innovator Larry Heard remembers the spontaneous recording process of his early hits and the formation of Fingers, Inc. (RBMA)
  • Ivan Smagghe shares 10 club records that mean a lot to him 'in a Fabric way' (Fabric Blog)
  • Michael Kucyk's long-running radio show has made him one of Australia's most influential selectors. Andy Webb hears about some choice cuts from his collection. (RA)
  • Good Moods: Dive into Shanti Celeste's endlessly uplifting house. (Mixmag)
  • “I think eventually people will need a new source of inspiration, there’s so much techno music coming out at the moment, so much great music, but also a lot of average producers jumping on the techno bandwagon” says Trinity. (Decoded)
  • Crosstown Rebel: The dance world according to Damian Lazarus. (Billboard)
  • Saluting Sankeys: How a disused soap factory became one of Britain’s best-loved clubs. (Fact)
  • Brexit: The impact on dance music so far. (Mixmag)
  • Five labels you can trust in 2017. (DJMag)
  • Five things you should know about Austra. (Redbull)
  • 10 DJs who will definitely break through in 2017. (ElectronicBeats)
  • The 50 best IDM albums of all time. (Pitchfork)
  • Spotlight Mix: Mollie Collins. (DT)
  • Niteworks: 'It was never a decision that we wanted to start playing electronic stuff, it sort of just happened as a natural thing.” (List)
  • How Jack Your Body began house music's squelching electronic revolution. (Guardian2 - Jude Rogers)
  • In his first interview since his cancer diagnosis last year, hitmaker Dan Stein — aka DJ Fresh — talks to David Smyth about getting clean and taking his career in a new direction. (Standard)
  • Is Texas America's next big EDM capital? (Thump)
  • How Flume's signature drop became SoundCloud's most annoying trend. (Thump)
  • The story of Brighton’s only secret unlicensed after hours nightclub. (Thump)
  • Daft Punk released Homework 20 years ago and they've rarely sounded as exciting since, says Angus Harrison. (Thump)
  • In conversation with… Bastian Bux. (DT)
  • Over the last ten years, German label Workshop became a cult favourite by releasing subtle, untitled 12-inches best suited to the "in-between" stages of the night. Will Lynch meets its main players, Lowtec and Even Tuell. (RA)
  • Max Pearl talks shop with the highly respected New York engineer and producer, Phil Moffa. (RA)
  • Rødhåd introduces his line-up for Fabric night Curates this March. (Fabric Blog)
  • Online mastering service LANDR speaks to Canadian artists Gene Tellem and Project Pablo on how DJing informs their time in the studio. (Landr)
  • Sunny house grooves, disco riffs and hip hop twists delivered with a grin are the staples of Brisbane’s freshest export, Young Franco. A talented musician with a lot more savvy than his playful attitude lets on, here he tells his own story of musical development. (Pulse)
  • How French founder of electro label Bromance, Brodinski, found new life in Atlanta rap. (Fader)
  • Getting The Mask On: The Black Madonna interviewed. (Quietus)
  • Paul Oakenfold unveils Generations, his look back at 30 years of dance music. (LAWeekly)
  • Powered Up: Inside EDM agent Jake Schneider's tech-savvy mind. (Forbes)
  • Madam X's dark, bass-loaded UK rhythms are making an impact. (Mixmag)
  • Thump’s 12 most anticipated albums of 2017.
  • Diplo's 12 albums that inspired him. (Billboard)
  • 11 essential dance music books. (Pulse)
  • Ellen Allien delivers her five classic '90s techno records. (Fabric blog)
  • In Session: Tessela. (Mixmag)
  • Why it's great everybody wants to be a DJ. (Pulse)
  • Kelly Lee Owens’ techno daydreams. (Pitchfork)
  • In the seat belt with Cab Drivers. (Fabric Blog)
  • Emily Warren talks working with The Chainsmokers, singing on Paris. (Billboard)
  • In conversation with: Prosumer. (RA)
  • Real Talk: Rebekah on the ego, the self, and the music. (Xlr8r)
  • In conversation with: Ruede Hagelstein. (DT)
  • Alex Arnout discusses 10 years of Dogmatik. (DT)
  • Unedited transcript of Mark Fisher's interview with Underground Resistance's Mike Banks, which formed the basis of November 2007 issue's cover feature. (Wire)
  • Adam Bravin: The man who DJs for Obama, Stevie Wonder and Madonna. (Ozy)
  • Ultra Europe Festival in Croatia is the greatest Electronic Dance Music gathering, says Lee Walpole. (Sun)
  • Andrew Ryce meets the woman fusing R&B, virtual reality and underground dance music into some of the most adventurous pop around: Dawn Richard. (RA)
  • Turkish producer Mahmut Orhan talks hit single Feel and signing with Ultra Records. (Billboard)
  • The BPM Festival Interview: Coyu. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • Between Worlds: How field recordings can challenge our perceptions of electronic music. (Thump)
  • From Russia With Love: Meet Moscow's Wax Ninja Records - purveyors of fine house music. (Magnetic mag)
  • Commix discusses his drum & bass renaissance. (Fabric blog)
  • How Jack Your Body began house music's squelching electronic revolution. (Guardian2 - Jude Rogers)
  • Interview: Taped Artifact label boss Kevin Arnemann is ending 2016 on a climax with the launch of his brand new live set. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • No Rules: How Daft Punk's Homework changed dance music forever. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Thris Tian. (Guardian)
  • Breaking Through: Denis Sulta. (RA)
  • Jessy Lanza Q&A and mix. (Groove)
  • Six artists to watch in 2017: Mr. Tophat, Molly, Peggy Gou, Theo Kottis, Otik and Fixate. (DJMag)
  • Nine new artists you need to check out this month. (DJMag)
  • Seven bass and club music releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • Why has this one bassline been sampled 77 times? (Thump)
  • Rob McCallum spends a weekend with Mr. G in France and London to hear what makes him tick. (DJMag)
  • Kenzo celebrates club culture in spellbinding new dance film. (Dazed)
  • Let’s make 2017 the year we finally put our phones away. (Pulse - Chandler Shortlidge)
  • The Romanian house duo Livio & Roby open the door to their Bucharest studio to discuss their hardware-heavy production processes. (XLR8R)
  • A starter guide to the lo-fi house scene. (Bandcamp)
  • ‘Self Reassemble’: Mat Zo tackles dance music with renewed ardor, he tells Christina Hernandez. (DA)
  • A potted history of Pearson Sound. (Fabric blog)
  • Groove Armada’s Andy Cato, the DJ who became a farmer in France. (FT)
  • Marcel Dettmann took us on a techno tour of Berlin. (Thump)
  • DJ Mag talks to London’s new Night Czar, Fabric and others about the value of a night-time economy to a city and how — ironically — Fabric’s temporary closure may have actually speeded up a change in attitudes to nightclub culture.
  • Paula Temple's pioneering approach to dance music is vital now more than ever, says Patrick Hinton. (Mixmag)
  • Ross From Friends is the emotionally-charged house producer making an impact. (Mixmag)
  • Celebrating the electrifying energy of sound system culture. (Dazed)
  • DVS1 and Mr. G connect over a shared respect for vinyl. (Fabric blog)
  • How Total Freedom’s devastating DJ sets changed club music. (Dazed)
  • Jean-Michel Jarre, superstar pioneer of electronic pop, is as busy as ever at 68. With a new Oxygène album out, he talks to Andrew Perry. (Telegraph)
  • Cam Bianchetti AKA Late Night Tuff Guy tells his own fascinating story of musical discovery and development. (Pulse)
  • King Without A Crown: Lee Burridge and his ADID empire. (Mixmag)
  • Dancing Astronaut's 25 Artists to Watch in 2017. (DA)
  • DT Top 20 DJ Festival DJ sets of 2016. (DT)
  • DT Top 40 Labels of 2016. (DT)
  • DT Top 40 DJs 2016. (DT)
  • DT Top 40 Rising DJs of 2016. (DT)
  • XLR8R's Best of 2016: Tracks. (XLR8R)
  • Listen to Fact’s top tracks of 2016 in one giant playlist. (Fact)
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Essential Remixes of 2016. (DA)
  • Artist Tips: Pedram - The enigmatic producer reveals some of his studio secrets. (XLR8R)
  • The 32 albums we’re most excited for in 2017. (Pitchfork)
  • Steve Aoki's 15 best songs: Critics' Picks. (Billboard)
  • In Session: The Black Madonna. (Mixmag)
  • Listen to episode five of Mixmag: In Residence on Spotify. (Mixmag)
  • Hear David Attenborough’s global music collection. (Mixmag)
  • 'It feels like our world is fracturing': DJ Earworm breaks down his 2016 mashup. (NPR)
  • The ultimate Bali party survival guide. (Pulse)
  • Artist of the Year: The Black Madonna on the beautiful paradox of being a Catholic DJ. (Thump)
  • Meet Jefferson909, NYC's intergalactic underground spaceship. (Pulse)
  • Justin Jay & Friends’ continuous album, Fantastic Voyage lives up to its title, according to Dancing Astronaut. (DA)
  • What do Oppikoppi's financial troubles mean for the South African scene? (Pulse)
  • Trevor Horn explains how the ’80s changed dance music forever. (Electronicbeats)
  • How Margaret Thatcher took on Acid House. (Daily Beast)
  • How did The Chainsmokers, of all people, end up dominating 2016? (Noisey)
  • Promoters of the Year: Discwoman opens up the dancefloor for everyone. (Thump)
  • Marshmello is EDM’s masked hero. (Spin)
  • The American songwriter is on the brink of extinction. Music lawyer Dina LaPolt breaks down the current landscape of the music industry and her journey to becoming an advocate for creator’s rights. (YouTube)
  • Producer and DJ Bonobo has made waves by blurring the boundaries between digital and live music. (FT - Bernadette McNulty)
  • The new Carl Cox: the Ibiza legend talks life after Space. (DA)
  • [Audio] Song Exploder: DJ Shadow - Mutual Slump
  • How Ableton pushes women forward in music tech. (ElectronicBeats)
  • Blade&Beard - The Iranian DJ duo who risked their lives to party. (Dazed)
  • Raving Iran and the dancefloor’s countercultural history. (Insomniac)
  • Nicolas Jaar on chasing a creative high. (Creative Independence)
  • Breaking out of the EDM boy’s club, Anna Straker seizes the spotlight. (Observer)
  • Twenty years after the release of DJ Shadow’s Endtroducing, DJs, artists, and collectors talk about crate digging in the internet age. (Ringer)
  • Harangue the DJ: Fatboy Slim (Guardian)
  • Documentary: The burgeoning dance music scene in Seoul, South Korea. (Mixmag)
  • Billboard's 10 best dance/electronic albums of 2016: Critics' picks. (Billboard)
  • 2016 No. 1s: The Chainsmokers on their 'not typical pop voice' topping the charts. (Billboard)
  • Meet the producers who brought dancehall back to the charts In 2016. (Billboard)
  • Apollonia pick five of the world’s best record stores. (Pulse)
  • Skrillex talks working with Bruno Mars: 'It sounds like nothing else that's happened before.’ (Billboard)
  • Mix of the day: Jon Hopkins. (RA)
  • A 24-track compilation, titled Co-Op, has today been released with the expressed aim of tackling "a global rise of fascism." (RA)
  • Mix of the day: Headless Horseman. (RA)
  • Dancing Astronaut’s breakout artist of 2016: REZZ. (DA)
  • Snapped: 10 Years of Diynamic with Solomun, NYC. (Mixmag)
  • What is the best Dance/Electronic album of 2016? (Billboard)
  • Ondalinda 2016 after-movie shows the intimate Mexican Festival's strengths. (Billboard)
  • Billboard's 10 best Dance/Electronic albums of 2016: Critics' picks. (Billboard)
  • 24 albums that made albums matter again in 2016. (Fader)
  • Five South African acts you can’t miss at Corona Sunsets festival. (Pulse)
  • Top 100 tracks of 2016 (MixmagMidland, Final Credits (Regraded) tops the list.
  • The top 20 record labels of 2016. (Mixmag) Dekmantel tops the list.
  • Top 20 DJs of 2016. (Mixmag) The Black Madonna tops the list. 
  • The 25 best club tracks of 2016. (Fact)
  • FACT mix 580: Negative Gemini. (Fact)
  • Mix of the Day: Anna Wall. (DT)
  • Mix of the Day: Stonehouse. (DT)
  • Mix of the Day: Undo. (DT)
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Top 10 Albums of 2016. (DA)
  • The 100 best albums of 2016. (Noisey) Frank Ocean’s Blonde tops the list.
  • The 66 best tracks of 2016. (Thump)
  • Best 50 albums of 2016. (NPR)
  • The 50 best Moombahton songs ever. (Billboard)
  • Listen to the nominees for BBC Radio 1's 2016 Essential Mix of the Year. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Paramida (Guardian)
  • No Sleep: NYC nightlife flyers 1988 to 1999. (Medium)
  • Meet Dylan Harris, the promoter trying to throw parties in North Korea. (Thump)
  • Artist Tips: Pangaea. The Hessle Audio co-founder gives his thoughts on the production processes. (xlr8r)
  • The Robin Hood of Dance Music: How Discos Pegaos helped democratise the electronic scene in Chile. (Bandcamp)
  • Martin Solveig on his new single Places and returning to house music. (Billboard)
  • Martin Garrix is the happiest superstar DJ in EDM. (MTV)
  • A look at 100% Silk, the electronic label whose artists performed before the Oakland warehouse fire. (Billboard)
  • Dixon and the rise of conservative club culture. (Thump)
  • Has underground house finally run out of ideas? Meet the architects of the lo-fi invasion. (Fact)
  • Deadmau5: The full NME cover interview. (NME)
  • Major Lazer mashed up The Chainsmokers, Justin Bieber and more for YouTube's 2016 rewind. (Billboard)
  • Will Flume or the Chainsmokers define dance music this year? (LATimes)
  • 2016 in dance/electronic charts: The ChainsmokersMajor LazerCalvin Harris and more. (Billboard)
  • 2016 was the year of dancehall domination, from the charts to the underground. (Fact)
  • 2016: Carl Cox crowned the king of dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Obituary: Colonel Abrams - musician who created a dance floor staple with his hit Trapped. (Telegraph)
  • The 10 worst remixes of Christmas songs ever made. (Pulse)
  • The best tracks to hit the internet in November. (Pulse)
  • Mix of the Day: LongPlay. (DT)
  • FACT mix 579: Jenny Hval. (Fact)
  • This much I know: Moby. (Observer)
  • Will Marshmello save EDM? (Thump)
  • Harangue the DJ: Peggy Gou. (Guardian)
  • Introducing… Kerouac. (DT)
  • This 12-year-old DJ throwing down techno is the future of electronic music. (DA)
  • What the hell happened to Shuffling? (Thump)
  • Jubilee talks Miami roots and his After Hours album: 'I used to dream dance music.’ (Billboard)
  • Greatest of all time: 40 years, 40 highlights from Billboard's dance club songs chart. (Billboard)
  • Greatest of all time: Top 10 dance club songs year-by-year, 1976-2015. (Billboard)
  • Greatest of all time: Madonna is Billboard's No. 1 dance club songs artist. (Billboard)
  • The 10 best episodes of Against The Clock so far - the video series that gives artists just 10 minutes to create a track from scratch. (Fact)
  • The Story So Far… Jordan McCuaig; a look at Northern Ireland’s clubbing community. (DT)
  • Russian producer Phil Gerus has served up the year's sleaziest bit of Italo Disco. (Thump)
  • A clubber's guide to surviving Art Basel Miami. (Thump)
  • A brief history of masked DJs - from Orbital to Marshmello. (Thump)
  • Classical music has gone Pete Tong as the DJ reworks club anthems for a full orchestra. (Times - Dan Cairns)
  • Blank Tape: Meet the experimental electronic music labels, producers and artists who've made a new home for the music on cassette tape. (Vinyl Factory)
  • DJ Deep, a mainstay of French dance music, talks about how technology has shaped him and the music he loves. (Mixmag)
  • Fabio Florido explains why Richie Hawtin's new mixer really is that good. (Pulse)
  • Slow Dance: Why is so much dance music so slow and polite? (Mixmag - Thomas H Green)
  • The untold story of Ableton Live - the program that transformed electronic music performance forever. (Thump)
  • Bigger Than Fabric: A film about the future of London's club culture. (YouTube)
  • Obituary: Jean-Jacques Perrey - electronic music pioneer whose Baroque Hoedown has been heard by millions in Disney resorts. (Telegraph)
  • FACT mix 578: Baba Stiltz. (Fact)
  • The 15 best Justice songs. (Billboard)
  • Mix of the Day: András and Instant Peterson. (NoiseInMyHead)
  • Mix of the day: Primary Perception. (RA)
  • The 31 best UK Garage songs ever. (Billboard)
  • Is this new The xx stuff any good? (Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Yello. (Guardian)
  • Helena Celle is the synth-building punk who learned to make tape loops with nail polish. (Fact)
  • The four-month search for BURN Residency's winner has ended – find out how it went. (Mixmag)
  • Craig Richards and Nicolas Lutz interviewed ahead of their performances in New York this Thanksgiving weekend. (XLR8R)
  • A trip through DJ booths: 1976 – 2016. Looking at the evolution of DJs and technology. (Mixmag)
  • Zhu: The mystery man behind some huge crossover hits. (Mixmag)
  • Flume: 'I'm sick of making albums’. (BBC - Mark Savage)
  • Zedd discusses working with new artists. (Billboard)
  • Playing differently: Richie Hawtin and his DJ super-team. (Mixmag)
  • Drips, pop and Dollars: the music that made Ennio Morricone. (Guardian)
  • Cabanne: Accidents of Life. The French minimal pioneer finally reveals his tale and reflects on his jazz-infused debut LP. (XLR8R)
  • At ADE earlier this year, London DJ collective Housekeeping and Mixmag went back to rave’s roots in the tradition of reclaiming industrial spaces. (Mixmag)
  • Six records that defined Fabric, according to DJs and club regulars. (Fader)
  • Remembering David Mancuso - a social philosopher, a sound guru, a psychedelic humanist and a man who knew which records could move you. (NPR)
  • Do playlists make it harder to break an artist? (Music3.0)
  • Mix of the Day: David Pher. (Data Transmission)
  • FACT mix 577: Outer Space. (FACT)
  • XLR8R's Top 10 Downloads of October. (XLR8R)
  • 5 Under 5k: Vol. 13 – five artists with fewer than 5,000 online fans. (DA)
  • The Radar 73: Mixed by 17 year old NYC Callie Reiff. (DA)
  • Retro Read: New York Stories: David Mancuso. (RBMA)
  • Retro Read: A Night at the Loft, the dance party that spawned all other dance parties. (Pitchfork)
  • The golden age of New York clubbing: 'We wanted to be part of something'. (Guardian)
  • Inside Grey's Starving: How a cold email to Skrillex spurred a dance hit with Hailee Steinfeld. (Billboard)
  • Dusky talk about their new album Outer and discuss their creative process in depth. (DA)
  • Will Eastman discovered his adoption and created a concept album – exclusive interview. (Billboard)
  • Ralf Gum and Vinny Da Vinci defend their love of House music. (Pulse)
  • The lasting impression of Monika Kruse – Pulse speak to the German DJ about her career to date. (Pulse)
  • The cult of the DJ booth. (Pulse)
  • Why Above & Beyond’s dance parties are for the grown-ups. (Times - Ed Potton)
  • The rise of the £50 DJ and those who undercut. (FrustratedDJ)
  • Meet Martin Garrix, the 20-year-old Dutch kid living the dream. (Sunday Times - Giles Hattersley)
  • Sonny Fodera talks us through his album Frequently Flying. (Data Transmission)
  • Kelsey Lu is the maverick cellist whose loop experiments have wooed Blood Orange and Solange. (FACT)
  • It Gives Me The Feels: Jayda G deals in good vibes and joyous jams, says Patrick Hinton. (Mixmag)
  • Matthias Tanzmann on harnessing the power of momentum. (Pulse)
  • Amsterdam 2.0: Europe's new club capital. (Mixmag - Funster)
  • Pete Tong on the secret to starting Asia’s dance music revolution. (SEA-Globe)
  • Playlist: The Loft – celebrating 46 years of classics. (RA)
  • The legacy of David Mancuso: ‘His dancefloor was a kind of egalitarian utopia’. (Guardian)
  • David Mancuso taught us that being selfless is the ultimate act of rebellion. (Thump)
  • Subterranean dance: David Mancuso and The Loft. (RA)
  • Pioneering DJ David Mancuso gave club culture a multi-racial, polysexual makeover. (FACT)
  • Remembering David Mancuso, New York disco pioneer and founder of The Loft. (Spin)
  • Top 10 Nu-Disco tracks for November 2016. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Space Dimension Controller. (Guardian)
  • Mix of the Day: Tapesh. (DT)
  • Stephan Hinz picks his Big 5 records of the moment. (DT)
  • 10 next-level graphic designers changing the way club culture looks. (Thump)
  • Italian techno duo Tale Of Us have introduced a brand new podcast series, Afterlife Voyage, with a never-before-heard mix spanning nearly two hours. (Mixmag)
  • BURN Residency explores the art of the resident with Carl Cox, Seth Troxler and more. (Mixmag)
  • In Conversation with… Oxia. (DT)
  • Teklife or No Life: Where do the footwork pioneers go from here? (Thump)
  • The Chainsmokers on feuding with Mark Ronson and writing 2016’s biggest hit. (Guardian2 - Peter Robinson)
  • Calvin Harris and the trap of pop masculinity. (MTV)
  • In Conversation with… Fatboy Slim. (DT)
  • Andreas Gursky, the photographer famous for his huge, detailed panoramas, has joined forces with techno pioneer Richie Hawtin for a show that caters to the swiping generation. (Guardian)
  • Danny Daze, Toddla T, Bill Brewster and B.Traits share industry insights. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • John Tejada talks to Magnetic Mag about Palette Recordings. (Magnetic Mag)
  • How Boiler Room went from one webcam to broadcasting the global underground for everyone. (Fader)
  • Get to know Milk and Sugar Records. (Magnetic Mag)
  • California’s transformational festival scene is the best in the world, says Jemayel Khawaja. (Mixmag)
  • Top 10 rising Australian producers. (XLR8R)
  • The 10 best Flume songs. (Billboard)
  • 10 essential tracks from Tale of Us. (Pulse)
  • Genre pioneer DJ Pierre picks 10 forgotten acid gems. (Pulse)
  • Resident Advisor Mix of the Day: December. (RA)
  • Bonobo's playlist: The Invisible, Pional, Yussef Kamaal and more. (Guardian)
  • The best tracks to hit the Internet in October. (Pulse)
  • Diving into Berghain. (Somesuchstories)
  • Zane Lowe explains why 2016 was the best year ever for music. (Esquire)
  • Over a decade ago, Sonos smartly bet on music-over-Wi-Fi. Now CMO Joy Howard looks ahead to a future where music is built into every home. (FC)
  • Here’s why CL Is the future of K-Pop in America. (TIME)
  • Five days in Japan with Gold Panda. (Loud and Quiet)
  • Evolution of dance music traced through careers of Carl Cox and Martin Garrix in new documentary. (Pulse)
  • Hanfry Martinez: Vinyl worth bringing halfway around the world. (Pulse)
  • For his Essential Mix debut on BBC Radio 1, Ireland’s Mano Le Tough stepped up with a two-hour mix. (Mixmag)
  • Chutney Records bring big local flavour to the global G-house scene. (Pulse)
  • Carl Cox talks about his legacy in new dance documentary What We Started. (Mixmag)
  • Mark Reeve shares hopes, dreams and dance floor bangers. (Pulse)
  • Chicago DJs show love for the Cubs in historic World Series. (Billboard)
  • Techno Tuesday: Khen on growing up immersed in the Israeli dance sphere. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Chainsmokers feat. Halsey: How did the New York EDM duo and the pop singer-songwriter wind up with 2016's biggest hit? Redef.com run through all the in depth articles. (redef.com)
  • Ask the Experts: Daniel Avery takes the time to answer your questions ahead of next week's DJ-Kicks release. (XLR8R)
  • By emphasising audio quality above all else, clubs (including Spiritland in London), with rarefied hi-fi equipment have become a mecca for listeners who crave an emotional connection to music. (NYTimes)
  • Synths and sexism: the female artists smashing through electronic music's glass ceiling. (Wired)
  • Dance moves: Riots in Lagos and the birth of electro. (LongandShort)
  • Mix of the Day: Presha. (RA)
  • Stream Rebekah's ADE 2016 set. (XLR8R)
  • Mix of the Day: Rich Wakley. (Data Transmission)
  • Amsterdam Dance Event: 41 Massive Tracks. (DJ Mag)
  • The 31 best electronic horror movie soundtracks of all time. (Thump)
  • Heartbreak, Fabric and Brexit: Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor on why he’s started writing piano ballads. (NewStatesman - Anoosh Chakelian)
  • Super Hans' guide to DJing: 'David Guetta plays a load of old ballbag'. (Saturday Guardian)
  • Strangest Things: the club night bringing Netflix's retro series to life. (Saturday Guardian)
  • Mike Skinner: 'It's like I've retired, being a DJ – I'm just doing what I want’. (Guardian - Rich Pelley)
  • In a new series of documentaries, Smirnoff Sound Collective is taking viewers inside the operations of Europe’s most respected underground labels - Innervisions is the latest. (Mixmag)
  • A new documentary directed by French producer Wax Tailor profiles the principal figures behind some of America’s most distinguished record stores. (Mixmag)
  • Watch ZHU's new short film GENERATIONWHY, on youth culture. (Mixmag)
  • Dive into the dirty, delirious world of new Russian rave Skotoboinya with this short film. (FACT)
  • The top future bass picks of the week featuring KRNE, 12th Planet, and Melvv. (Magnetic Mag)
  • You would be shocked at how little most “successful” DJs earn. (Pulse)
  • The vinyl I'd die for: Art Department. (Pulse)
  • A new dawn for Australia’s city of Techno, Melbourne. (Pulse)
  • Industry Focus: Cyril Bitar of Minimal Effort & Clinic Wednesdays. (Magnetic)
  • The true story of the life and death of legendary selector DJ AM is a must watch, writes Jack Tregoning. (inthemix)
  • Inside Tokyo's audiophile venues. (RA)
  • Meet two composers using tech to reclaim humanity in electronic music. (Observer)
  • Breaking Through: Project Pablo. (RA)
  • The 'Godfather of Australian Techno' Late Nite Tuff Guy tells his own fascinating story. (Pulse)
  • Pete Tong talks favourite new acts in midst of North American tour. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • Five ways Dirtybird Campout is changing the festival model. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • FACT mix 573: UMFANG. (FACT)
  • 10 best pop hooks in dance music. (Billboard)
  • Pulse speak to five trance acts to get their wildest memories of Earthcore Festival. (Pulse)
  • Maceo Plex interviews Stephan Bodzin during Ibiza party. (Pulse)
  • Eight South African acts to see at ADE 2016. (Pulse)
  • Pulse sit down with Simon Dunmore, boss of Defected Records. (Pulse)
  • Music vibrates in you: Getting lost in Bjarki's unpredictable techno. (Mixmag)
  • Top 10 vinyl only releases from Brooklyn’s Halcyon Record Shop. (Mixmag)
  • Techno Tuesday: Award winning Jay Lumen on his creative process. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Kučka, The Black Madonna and the many inspirational women of RBMA. (inthemix)
  • An in-depth look at Jessy Lanza's record collection. (DLSO)
  • Mix of the day: Mafalda. (RA)
  • Hidden gems: 10 of the best DJ equipment rarities. (Mixmag)
  • Here’s how much it costs to get a ghost track produced. (inthemix)
  • DKTV Podcast: Ghost Producers & Chainsmokers. (SoundCloud)
  • RA selects the best Dutch electronic music. (RA)
  • Harangue the DJ: Terry Francis. (Guardian)
  • An oral history of Turbo Crunk. (Red Bull)
  • To Heaven and Back: I experienced the world's first zero gravity DJ set. (Thump)
  • The story of how China's second city became a hotbed for Dancehall and Dub. (Thump)
  • The new gatekeepers: Streaming platforms are taking over the music industry. (VillageBlog)
  • How Adidas is setting itself up to be the next big record label. (Uproxx)
  • The record labels of the future are already here. (Forbes)
  • The Monstercat label model: From YouTube channel to one million record sales for the Vancouver-based independent dance imprint. (Billboard)
  • Why British nightlife needs to explore new places and different spaces to survive. (Thump)
  • How to critique your own music more objectively. (Sonicbids)
  • Appearing on the most streamed track of all time, Lean On, made the Danish singer an instant global star. But is she ready to abandon her anarcho roots? (Guardian)
  • This new book captures rave culture's unsung influence on the art world. (Thump)
  • Ayla Nereo on the planet being her muse and creating with the Polish Ambassador. (Billboard)
  • Meet the renegade British DJ crew who helped bring rave culture to America's West Coast. (Thump)
  • Burnt FriedmanRhythmic Anomaly. The German experimental musician sets modern culture to rights. (XLR8R)
  • DJ Sprinkles talks Deep House, 'culturally critical' audio production and the value of boredom. (Billboard)
  • How Tiësto survived 20 years of partying for a living. (GQ)
  • Why Ricardo Villalobos is still the most audacious remixer out there. (Pitchfork)
  • Heartbreak, Fabric and Brexit: Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor on why he’s started writing piano ballads. (NewStatesman - Anoosh Chakelian)
  • Mix of the Day: Shelley Johannson. (Data Transmission)
  • Mix of the Day: Eric Duncan. (RA)
  • Seven killer techno mixes to get you pumped. (Pulse)
  • The 10 best post-Soviet techno tracks, according to Nastia. (Dummy Mag)
  • Playlist: Daniel Avery's favourite ambient tunes. (RA)
  • Mix of the Day: Ronnie Spiteri. (Data Transmission)
  • FACT mix 572: A Made Up Sound. (Fact)
  • The 10 best summer festival streams of 2016. (Pulse)
  • Machine Love: Matthew Styles. (RA)
  • 14 DJs share their tune of the summer. (Mixmag)
  • Nine trance releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • 10 essential Larry Heard records. (RA)
  • 10 DnB releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • The 10 cutest dance songs ever. (Billboard)
  • The 10 best Zedd songs. (Billboard)
  • Stream Douglas Dare’s new album in full. (xlr8r)
  • Podcast 459: Dubtil. (xlr8r)
  • Here’s what happens when you listen to nothing but a kick drum for an entire day. (Thump)
  • A history of the laser in dance music. (Thump)
  • Meet the 72-year-old Preacher behind one of the greatest gay club anthems of all time, I Was Born This Way. (Thump)
  • Chainsmokers: How hard-partying EDM dudes conquered the mainstream. (Rolling Stone)
  • Marcel Dettmann talks DJ-Kicks and why mixes are still an art form. (Billboard)
  • Larry Heard on Kanye West sampling him for Fade and Mr. Fingers' rebirth. (Billboard)
  • How the most important promoter in NY ensures the music never stops. (Observer)
  • My brother died of an ecstasy overdose but i’m still campaigning to reopen Fabric. (Thump)
  • These are the last ever tracks seven iconic clubs played before they closed. (inthemix)
  • The Sound of Fear: Room40 boss Lawrence English on the history of noise as a weapon. (Fact)
  • Ghosts in the Machine: The dark secret of the dance industry or a necessary evil? (Decoded)
  • Watching Duke Dumont get bottled and spat on broke my heart. (Mixmag)
  • Watch Skrillex's intimate, genre-busting Boiler Room set. (Rolling Stone)
  • The Zoo Project: A different Ibiza. (RA)
  • Death by a thousand cuts: Austerity and London nightlife. (RA)
  • The 10 best Martin Garrix songs. (Billboard)
  • FACT Mix 571: Peggy Gou. (FACT)
  • Harangue the DJ: Clara Amfo. (Guardian)
  • Galantis on why songwriting still matters. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Virginia discusses her career to date, and what led up to her first LP on Ostgug Ton. (XLR8R)
  • Peruvian duo Dengue Dengue Dengue are the latest to provide a mix. (XLR8R)
  • Ask The Experts: Headless Horseman. (XLR8R)
  • New York producer Nick Hook shows FACT his synth-stacked studio. (FACT)
  • Thump speak to Joris Voorn's family about the importance of a musical upbringing. (Thump)
  • An anonymous musician talks us through the hard realities that many touring DJs face up to: depression. (XLR8R)
  • Keep it alive or die: the ongoing evolution of live electronic music. (Pitchfork)
  • Skrillex shares the lessons he has learned from collaborating with Justin Bieber, clashing with Deadmau5, and leading up his creative collective OWSLA. (Complex)
  • Twenty years ago, an electronic music movement was born in rural Wisconsin. Two decades later, those original ravers are dusting off their glow sticks...one last time. (Esquire)
  • Kaytranada is winning for Montreal. (Thump)
  • Subterranean dance: David Mancuso and The Loft. (RA)
  • The Chainsmokers are getting comfortable with being the biggest pop stars in America. (LATimes)
  • Matador: "Ibiza is always ready to embrace change, so all is not lost" (Pulse)
  • Autograf talk about touring, tunes and their upcoming tracks. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Dance music’s five worst films. (Pulse)
  • The ten best Chainsmokers songs. (Billboard)
  • The 10 best London dance classics, according to Benny Ill. (Dummy Mag)
  • 12 tracks to get you ready for Annie Mac’s London All Day Rave. (DataTransmission)
  • Armin van Buuren compiles 70-track playlist for ‘die-hard trance fans’. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Harangue the DJ: Paul Woolford. (Guardian Guide - Kate Hutchinson)
  • Danceteria: Where Studio 54 met CBGBs in 1980s New York. (electronicbeats)
  • Annie Mac: I think clubbing is classless — it’s a celebration. (Standard - David Smyth)
  • A rare look inside the world’s most exclusive club: Berghain in Berlin. (Sun - Jacob Lewis)
  • How the internet transformed the American rave scene. (NPR)
  • Nicolas Jaar talks to Pitchfork about his new album Sirens. (Pitchfork)
  • The genius of Don Buchla, by the generations of synth disciples he inspired. (Fact)
  • Data Transmission speaks to producer Christoph. (Data Transmission)
  • Karma Fields gives first interview and previews live 3D experience. (Billboard)
  • The evolution of Anna Lunoe: from touring DJ to global tastemaker. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Real Talk: Depression. An anonymous musician talks us through the hard realities that many touring DJs face up to. (Data Transmission)
  • An interview with Golf Clap. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • Defiance on the dancefloor: clubbing in the birthplace of Boko Haram. (Guardian)
  • The raver saving Fabric with a 24hr danceathon. (RB)
  • 10 ways Ibiza will change in 2017. (Mixmag)
  • A new compilation, inspired by its sunset parties, aims to reclaim Ibiza’s eclectic spirit from the “glass and vomit” of San Antonio’s superclubs. (Guardian Guide)
  • Never Forget: Eight DJs recall their favourite Space Ibiza memories. (Mixmag)
  • 30 DJs discuss how they'd sign off from Space duty. (Ibiza Spotlight)
  • The Time Bandit: Roman Flügel. (Mixmag)
  • Shaun Frank talks tour, inspirations, and collaborating with The Chainsmokers on Closer. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Monetising remix culture: Beatport’s former CEO about his new mission. Matthew Adell about founding MetaPop and the surprising amount of money being left on the table by artists & labels. (Medium)
  • Mix Of The Day: BOT and Matthew Anthony. (Data Transmission)
  • The 32 best hardstyle songs ever. (Billboard)
  • Listen to 14 UMF Japan sets thanks to EDM Machine Sets. (Billboard)
  • Six artists you need to check out this month including Sita Abellán, Bobby Nourmand, Joey Daniel. (Mixmag)
  • Podcast 456: Mndsgn. The LA beats artist weaves together a 45-minute mix of funky, left-field cuts. (xlr8r)
  • Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid reinvent everything you know about Die Antwoord. (YourEDM)
  • Everything you need to know about post-EDM, which is a thing now. (Thump)
  • Thump spoke to Teki Latex about 2016's wildest mix, 100% Radio Hits. (Thump)
  • I sent mum to a hardstyle festival and she came back a full blown raver. (Pulse)
  • An intimate look into a masterclass with Paul Nolan, on music production. (Pulse)
  • A rundown of the musical experiences found at Burning Man 2016. (EDMTunes)
  • Black Coffee on moving beyond house music: 'I want to be able to have Kanye' on next album. (Billboard)
  • Hugo Gruzman, one half of the Australian duo Flight Facilities, discusses their live essentials. (xlr8r)
  • Crossing Point: The rise of Mexican dance culture. (Fact)
  • RIP DJ Spank-Spank – your music changed the way people dance. (Guardian)
  • Kraftwerk's 3D show proves they're one of the most important musical acts of all time. (Pulse)
  • Calvin Harris speaks to Zane Lowe about his career to date. (Billboard
  • Gary Richards AKA Destructo and Ilovemakonnen talk tour and tunes. (Magnetic Mag)
  • The Swiss electronic pioneers Yello are performing live for the first time in 40 years. Dieter Meier and Boris Blank discuss their bizarre lives as accidental pop stars. (Guardian2)
  • Dance Music 101: An online reading course. (Thump)
  • Across over a dozen interviews with Chicago's house music pioneers, Pulse traces the genre's birth and spread across the globe. (Pulse)
  • Kaskade: The war on drugs is a farce. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Leftfield: Challenging conservatives and dealing with anxiety in the modern world. (Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Invisible City. (Guardian)
  • The Art of DJing: Objekt. (RA)
  • LOR brings together elements of techno, electronica and house to create his individual sound. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • Latest episode of the Lights/Out Selection podcast looks at the history of break beats. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Interview: Tommie Sunshine about pre and post-EDM rave. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Six South-East Asian electronic labels to look out for. (Pulse)
  • Five incredible Romanian DJs you’ve probably never heard of. (Pulse)
  • The 14 most important synths in electronic music history – and the musicians who use them. (Fact)
  • Produced by NTS Radio, London-based producer Funkineven, aka Steven Julien, has shared a short film focusing on the concept behind his debut album Fallen. (Mixmag)
  • An in-depth exploration of the drum machine that helped define techno: 909. (RBMA)
  • The Wheal Thing: Aphex Twin's alternative Cornish language. (Quietus)
  • Interview with Ash Howard – PRS For Music’s new Dance Account Manager. (M-Mag)
  • Underground Tehran: Techno and experimental electronic music in Iran. (Quietus)
  • Max Pearl looks at how Motion Graphics’ sound perfectly suits our technological age. (RA)
  • Hidden in plain sight: a global underground dance music scene with millions of fans. (Medium - Bas Grasmayer) Are gamers the biggest millennial subculture in music? An exploration of ‘online-only’ music.
  • Bristolian Lamont has dropped a free mixtape via Swamp81. (Mixmag)
  • Twelve timeless dub records you need to check out. (Pulse)
  • The DA Hot 25 – playlist for September. (DA)
  • Eight lesser-known facts about Deadmau5's Random Album Title. (DA)
  • Fatboy Slim answers your questions. (Guardian2)
  • View the trailer for new dance music TV show Momentum. (Thump)
  • How Justin Bieber is making the biggest names in dance music even richer. (Forbes)
  • Meet Dubai’s electronic music giants Hollaphonic. (RB)
  • Berlin-based producer Avalon Emerson has dropped the fourth edition of her Cybernedits series with producer Bwana.  (Thump)
  • Second episode of Late Night Philosophy, with Julie Adenuga. (Thump)
  • Danny Tenaglia: “I’d hate to see Ibiza become glamorous like Las Vegas”. (Pulse)
  • A new documentary series has been launched by DJsounds, delving deep into the underground realms of dance music by city. (Mixmag)
  • Above & Beyond talk Anjunadeep stage takeover at Nocturnal Wonderland 2016. (Billboard)
  • This year Sven Väth’s Cocoon celebrated 20 years as a world-changing force in dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Why dropping music on a Friday is pivotal. (Wired)
  • Records have well and truly returned, even popping up in supermarkets, but it is the LPs in your attic that may turn out to be platinum. (Times)
  • DJs & depression. (BBC)
  • Laura Marling has launched a podcast, Reversal of the Muse, to find out what can be done to address the male bias in the industry. (FT)
  • Harangue the DJ: DJ Neptizzle. (Guardian)
  • In session: Sven Vath. (Mixmag)
  • A website called Blog51, named after the Hacienda’s designation in the Factory Records catalogue, is supplying fans with a classic downloadable sets, all recorded live between 1983 and 1997. (Mixmag)
  • A 27 track playlist detailing Vancouver’s house and disco history. (RA)
  • A beginner’s guide to 1080p. (RA)
  • DJ Sounds has delved deep into Parisian territory to produce a documentary exploring the city’s dance music scene, from roots to revival. (Pulse)
  • Pulse Radio pick their best tracks from the internet in August. (Pulse)
  • How trance is making a legitimate comeback. (Pulse)
  • Ministry of Sound turns 25 years old this weekend, Thump ask some of its favourites to relive their youth. (Thump)
  • Stream a previously lost LP's worth of library music by Black Devil Disco Club's Bernard Fevre. (Thump)
  • Steve Lawler Ibiza Diary – street parades and mud baths. (Pulse)
  • August mixes aimed at suiting every mood. (Pulse)
  • Decoding Kölsch, one of dance music's most introspective producers. (Pulse)
  • Tuesday night in Ibiza has a new king, and his name is Maceo Plex. (Pulse)
  • Listen to Lane 8’s remix of Deadmau5’s Strobe. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Dekmantel has unveiled the second instalment in its Selectors documentary series that focuses on exceptional record diggers, this time featuring Sassy J. (Mixmag)
  • The six songs you didn't know Skrillex produced. (Billboard)
  • Weekly Top Ten Indie Dance Chart. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Top Ten Techno Chart. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Steve Davis. (Guardian)
  • The Chainsmokers polarised clubbers in 2014 with their novelty single #Selfie. Now the DJ duo are on track to becoming serious hitmakers, they tell David Smyth. (Standard)
  • Jerome Price has created a Spotify playlist to see you through your journey to Creamfields. (Data Transmission)
  • Overwork releases homage to Daft Punk. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • The DA Hot 25: 25 of the hottest tracks as chosen by Dancing Astronaut. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Listen to a preview of the rumoured track between Cashmere Cat and The Weeknd. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Codeko premieres the Electric Zoo 2016 anthem ‘Walking With Lions.’ (Billboard)
  • Run The Jewels and DJ Shadow have released the video for their World War III themed track ‘Nobody Speak.’ (Billboard)
  • The five pop songs you didn’t know Zedd produced. (Billboard)
  • Elrow resident De La Swing drops exclusive mix for Electric Zoo debut. (Pulse)
  • DJ and Producer Victor Calderone streams the latest episode of his podcast. (Pulse)
  • Paul Kalkbrenner has just released the third and final installment of his 'Back To The Future' mixtape trilogy, a collection of over 60 tracks citing the historical rise of techno in Berlin between the years of 1987 and 1993. (Mixmag)
  • Midland has compiled a playlist on SoundCloud to collate his favourite sets. (Mixmag)
  • Mix of the Day: Wants. (Data Transmission)
  • Amine Edge and DANCE do not want to be known as G-House. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Carl Cox - in depth. (TraxMag)
  • Steve Aoki, star of a new Netflix doc, discusses how he went from a painful childhood to EDM superstardom. (Rolling Stone)
  • The Chainsmokers own the No. 1 and No. 8 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 right now, thanks in large part to the women singing their songs. (NPR)
  • Mike Servito deconstructs a set. (Electronic Beats)
  • Sample clearance expert Pat “The Detective” Shannahan on 20 years of tracking down samples. (RedBull)
  • Mix of the Day: Gwenan. (RA)
  • Harangue the DJ: Flava D (Guardian)
  • Guest Mix: Fred Falke. (Thump)
  • In Session: Floorplan. (Mixmag)
  • Eight tracks that defined Dance Tunnel, as chosen by staff and DJs. (Fact)
  • 16 South African acts killing it on the global scene. (Pulse)
  • Georgio Moroder did a Reddit AMA and here’s what we learned. (Thump)
  • You should be dancing: The art of the DJ. (DiS)
  • Festivals are broadcasting themselves on online channels such as Facebook Live and Boiler Room in an attempt to advertise themselves and increase audiences. (Observer)
  • With nightclubs in decline, what does modern Britain get up to after dark? (Observer - Tim Lewis)
  • Bicep: the bloggers who became house music heroes. (Guardian - Sam Richards)
  • James Ruskin, Surgeon and Oliver Ho talk 20 years of Blueprint Records. (Pulse)
  • Interview with Jason Chung aka Nosaj Thing on moving forward and current collaborations. (aiaiai.dk)
  • The story behind Shapes: yet another London club forced to shut. (Time Out)
  • Meet Atlanta’s house experts, as they discuss the scene from its inception to now. (Stamp The Wax)
  • Loco Dice: "The end of Revolution is the end of a very important chapter in Ibiza". (Pulse)
  • Mike Skinner discusses his latest work with Murkage Dave and co. under the banner of Tonga. (Mixmag)
  • Ultra's UMF TV introduces its video series, Uncut Miami. (Mixmag)
  • Shadow Child has unveiled details on his forthcoming album by sharing the lead single with Bodhi along with the track list and release date. (Mixmag)
  • How Nightcore became your favourite producer’s favourite genre. (Thump)
  • Interview and exclusive track from Corinthian, purveyor of haunting techno. (Thump)
  • Ghastly talks OWSLA, metal influences, and not getting comfortable. (Billboard)
  • Producer Zhu goes from darkness into the light. (LATimes)
  • Harangue the DJ: Josey Rebelle. (Guardian)
  • Label of the Month: Lucky Me. (RA)
  • Q&A: Scroobius Pip. (Observer)
  • Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag)
  • 15 house releases you need to hear this August. (Mixmag)
  • Listen to Carl Cox's Essential Mix recorded at Space Ibiza. (Pulse)
  • Five minutes with Dutch bass head Icicle. (Pulse)
  • The top 10 tracks and artists to make an impact at Dekmantel Festival. (Pulse)
  • Kowton explains to thump why Dekmantel is the 'DJ's festival of choice'. (Thump
  • Asia in focus 28: Red-I. (Pulse)
  • Asia’s finest underground music exports. (Pulse)
  • Video: Between The Beats: The Black Madonna. (RA)
  • Peter Mannerfelt takes Resident Advisor to his Stockholm studio to discuss his career to date. (RA)
  • Moko Shibata makes music as Powder, Resident Advisor traveled to Tokyo to speak to her in depth. (RA)
  • Founder and CEO David Porter shares reflects back on his eight years running the user-curated internet radio/social networking site 8tracks. (Hypebot)
  • Dutch DJ and producer Joey Daniel talks about his early influences and plans for the future. (Pulse)
  • The 10 remixes that changed John Rundell's life, A&R and label manager of Carl Cox's Intec. (Pulse
  • Chicago-native Jamal Moss, aka Hieroglyphic Being, celebrates unconventional mixing in the latest instalment of the mix series by Thump. (Thump)
  • Marquis Hawkes chats to Mixmag about his eclectic sets at Fabric, his career so far, and the plans he has for the future. (Mixmag)
  • Zeds Dead talk genre-hopping Northern Lights album and Deadbeats label. (Billboard)
  • Spotify has launched a cartoon to teach you about music and the first episode is all about EDM. (Engadget)
  • If you like your dance music weird, get to know Baseck and his modular synths. (LA Weekly)
  • David Gtronic: "There's nothing better than playing a small room". (Pulse)
  • Giorgio Moroder talks scoring new Queen of the South TV Series and Tomboy, A Revenger's Tale film. (Billboard)
  • Ghost-producing has come back under public scrutiny of late. Ashley Wallbridge opens up about the 10 No.1 Beatport tracks he's ghost-produced so far, discussing the pros and cons. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Ex-ghost producer Ashley Wallbridge speaks out on the issue. (Billboard)
  • Harangue the DJ: Marshall Jefferson. (Guardian)
  • Balearic icon Phil Mison made a Guest Mix for Thump. (Thump)
  • Dancing Astronaut pick their Top 25 tracks for August. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Fact Mix 562: Steven Julien. (Fact Mag)
  • An open letter to the bros who harass women on the dancefloor. (Pulse Radio)
  • Darius Syrossian discusses his success so far. (Mixmag)
  • Sankey's resident DJ Kellie Allen picks her top five tracks from Ibiza. (Data Transmission)
  • Episode two of Flume’s behind the scenes mini-series. (Mixmag)
  • A run down of the 'most legendary' spoken word vocals in dance music. (Pulse
  • D'Julz tells Pulse which records he'd die for. (Pulse)
  • Few artists have harnessed the technology involved in playing live electronic music like Londoner Joseph Keevill, better known as Saytek to his legions of fans. (Sun)
  • Video interview with Marco Faraone during The Social Festival. (Pulse)
  • Pat Drastik of Thugli made time to talk to Magnetic Magazine in conjunction with FUXWITHIT about the perspective he and Tom Wrecks gained during their down time. (Magnetic Mag)
  • The lost history of Singapore’s secretly influential drum and bass scene. (Thump
  • Techno Tuesday: Pleasurekraft discuss their artistic transformation. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Kappa Futur – the Italian festival covered in depth. (Mixmag)
  • STWO talks making D.T.S.N.T. his 'first commercial project'. (Billboard)
  • KiNK opens up about creativity, love and remixing Sven Väth. (Pulse)
  • Hieroglyphic Being: the ex-gigolo who makes erotic house music. (Guardian - Ben Beaumont-Thomas)
  • Truss speaks to Fabric about how Rinse and Polykicks have impacted on his DJing. (FabricLondon)
  • From Jamie xx's intense video shot under a Chinese Eiffel Tower to high concept productions from Beyoncé and Rihanna and Aphex Twin's lo-fi stylings, music promos have become out-there cultural events once more. (Guardian2)
  • As Pacha, the world’s most famous nightclub, celebrates its 50th summer season, the party island on which it stands, Ibiza, finds itself at a crossroads, says Ludovic Hunter-Tilney. (FT)
  • Five to watch at Movement Croatia. (DJ Mag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Palms Trax. (Guardian)
  • Glasgow label LuckyMe are Label of The Month. (Resident Advisor)
  • Celebrating the forgotten female voices of house music. (Guardian - Ian McQuaid)
  • How producers sample music in 2016. (RBMA - Glenn Jackson)
  • Sasha speaks about how it all started in the come up to his label anniversary. (Data Transmission)
  • Introducing Luigi Madonna, a driving force behind Neapolitan Techno. (Data Transmission)
  • Swedish DJ and Producer Abdulla Rashim speaks to XLR8R ahead of his performance at Into The Valley Festival. (XLR8R)
  • As gay clubs close across the country, Sink The Pink is revitalising the scene with big crowds and an emphasis on fun. (Guardian)
  • Why the James Murphy-backed Despacio sound system proves the future of dance music requires a return to its roots. (Esquire - Miles Raymer)
  • Isnay Rodriguez runs the first independent Hip Hop imprint in Cuba, on barely any internet. He chats to Thump about the lack of personal internet connection and his tips for how to make electronic music whilst in Cuba. (Thump)
  • Why Zhu used anonymity to put his music first. (Fader)
  • A look back at Warrington nightclub Legends, the club that had a significant impact on British clubbing. (Thump)
  • Robert Hood created Floorplan to showcase his soulful and spiritual side. Now his daughter Lyric has joined him. (Mixmag)
  • Luciano talks his first trip to DC-10, chaos and creativity, and the lost Ibiza. (Pulse)
  • Todd Terry talks new House Masters compilation and state of house music. (Billboard)
  • Women’s Beat League wants to close electronic music’s gender gap, one synth class at a time. (Pitchfork - Robert Ham)
  • EDM DJs rarely succumb to drug death and misadventure. They just turn up, do their thing and get paid like the cynical, corporate shills they are. (Spectator - Liam Mullone)
  • Drugs, sleeplessness, isolation: the downside of being a dance musician. (Guardian)
  • Asian technology focus: The key to the dance industry. (Pulse)
  • Ten of the best deep house tracks of the year so far. (Pulse Radio)
  • A brief history of Aphex Twin trolling his fans. (Thump)
  • Russian techno favourite Nina Kraviz was a highlight of Cocoon. (Pulse Radio
  • How electronic music alters our journey through time and space. (Frisky)
  • Virtually Famous: Snakehips. (Standard)
  • Hot Since 82 talks new Ibiza residency and the growth of Knee Deep in Sound. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Long running Chicago event The Chosen Few Picnic celebrates the formative period before house music. Jacob Arnold walked through the barbecue smoke to meet its founders. (RA)
  • Mainstays of the Detroit Techno scene the Burden Brothers speak to XLR8R about their musical essentials whilst on the road. (XLR8R)
  • XLR8R visits the Riverside Studio complex in Berlin to speak to local pioneer Tobi Neumann about his career to date. (XLR8R)
  • A behind the scenes look at Flume's live set up ahead of his headline set at Splendour. (InTheMix)
  • Climbing the Ladder: Malaney Blaze. (DataTransmission)
  • Roger Sanchez on DJing, creativity and Ableton live. (DataTransmission)
  • Carl Cox: “When I listen to Disclosure…” (TraxMag - Joe Muggs)
  • Interactive map launched, designed to take you through the history of dance music overall. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • DEMUR takes aim at ghostwriting and creative stagnation in dance music. (Billboard)
  • Martin Solveig: 'Dance music albums can be boring'. (Guardian)
  • Rising Asia: The most celebrated achievements in the last five years. (Pulse)
  • The secret history of Basement Jaxx. (Medium - Ben Cardew)
  • Shannon of Shannon and Dewalta Live took time out to be the latest guest on Selecta – see the tracks he chose. (Mixmag)
  • Theo Parrish talks race, exploitation and privilege in dance music. (Electronic Beats)
  • How German producer TheFatRat finds creative freedom in label independence. (Billboard)
  • The UK's best small clubs. (Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Chris Coco. (Guardian Guide)
  • Interview: Kim Ann Foxman. (Deephouseamsterdam)
  • The Da Hot 25: Latest playlist from Dancing Astronaut for July 13. (DancingAstronaut)
  • Cologne based DJ and Producer Lena Willikens is the latest guest in the Sonos Home Listening series, hear her selections and read about her career to date. (RA)
  • Watch an interview with NGHTMARE, rising star of the Bass scene, at Dead Rocks. (MagneticMag)
  • Tokyo’s Five G have been keeping vintage synth culture alive for decades now, Kentara Takaoka visited to find out how. (Resident Advisor)
  • Ask the Experts: Gerd Janson - The Running Back boss takes the time to answer your questions. (Xlr8r)
  • Dubstep pioneer Mala meets Vivien Goldman to discuss the development of 20th Century Dub to contemporary Dance. (Electronic Beats)
  • Mala's record collection reflects the life and times of a UK pioneer. (Thump)
  • The Rave Pioneers: Four London via San Francisco DJs chat about the West Coast rave revival. (Magnetic Mag)
  • The NYC Downlow introduced Glastonbury to queer clubbing. Stephen Titmus tells its story. (Resident Advisor)
  • Considering creativity and addiction in the life and times of DJ AM. (Atlantic)
  • How one Spanish family have kept the party alive for over a century: Meet the Arnau family, better known to most as 'Elrow'. (Thump)
  • US DJ-producer Brett Johnson explores the importance of 'playing the game' in artistic success. (Xlr8r)
  • Crap sound, endless queues, torrential rain – why do we still love raving outdoors? (Fact)
  • Behind the Great Wall: the Chinese underground in 2016. (Deephouseamsterdam)
  • Harangue the DJ: Ewan Pearson. (Guardian)
  • Video: After the Raves: Los Angeles. (RBTV)
  • 10 essential tracks for the month of July. (Mixmag)
  • The day Napster died and changed the music industry forever. (Nerdist)
  • Depression, isolation and drug addiction: When DJing becomes a mental health issue. (Thump)
  • DJ Deeon about the birth of 'ghetto house' and the legacy of dance Mania. (Thump)
  • Viva boss Steve Lawler recounts his latest week out in Ibiza. (PulseRadio)
  • Interview: Reboot. Reboot has put out numerous EPs and LPs on labels like Cadenza and Cocoon, Moon Harbour and Defected, he talks to Deep House Amsterdam to discuss over a decade in the industry. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • Listen: Roots and Future - an hour-long radio show tracing the crucial black British influence on UK dance music over two decades. (Fact)
  • Low-end inspiration: Flava D is at the forefront of bass music, says Dave Turner. (Mixmag)
  • Pulse’s resident DJs open up about life after the Orlando tragedy. (Thump)
  • Mr C recounts how Ibiza has changed since 1988, describes the magic as ‘long gone.’ (PulseRadio)
  • Lady M discusses music, Watergate and starting her own record label. (Pulse)
  • How sample pioneers DJ Shadow and the Avalanches adapted to the YouTube era. (LATimes)
  • Dance music owes everything to the LGBTQ community of colour, says Ned Shepard. (Medium)
  • How we made Space Ibiza. (Guardian)
  • Harangue the DJ: Roosevelt. (Guardian)
  • Thump choose their 13 favourite mixes of 2016 so far. (Thump)
  • Mark Barrott, the man behind Uruguayan label International Feel has put together a follow-up to his much-lauded debut LP Sketches From An Island, with exclusive commentary about the history of the Balearic sound. (Thump)
  • Watch a self produced short documentary by Moby to accompany his memoir on living in NYC in the ‘90s. (Thump)
  • Andy Ferguson and Matt McBriar tell Resident Advisor about the tracks they listen to away from the clubs. (Resident Advisor)
  • Inside the secret Nazi dance music underground. (Daily Beast)
  • He helped to shape UK dance music, but now the south London producer Mala is on a new journey. Next stop: Lima. (Guardian - Rahul Verma)
  • Christian Eede speaks to Joshua Cheon, the founder of the goth- and Italo-leaning imprint Dark Entries. (RBMA)
  • Harangue The DJ: Lakuti (Guardian)
  • Matador: ‘Space Ibiza opened my eyes to real clubs, parties and music.’ (Pulse Radio)
  • For the love of it: A conversation with Disclosure. (Hypetrak)
  • A new festival is heralding the lesser known figures of the electronic music scene. (Guardian)
  • Festival watch: Field Day, London (Observer)
  • I was born on the dance floor: a playlist for Pulse. (NPR)
  • The women who invented electro: inside the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. (Telegraph)
  • Kevin Over: The DJ booth can be the best place on earth. (Pulse)
  • Smirnoff House, in association with Mixmag, hosted a wide variety of sets during EDC Las Vegas. You can hear headline sets from Martin Solveig, Rusko, Lane 8 and Ookay amongst others. (Mixmag)
  • EDC Vegas 2016: The best and the worst. (LA Weekly)
  • EDC 2016: How to age gracefully at the rave. (LATimes)
  • The electronic music community reacts to Brexit news. (Thump)
  • EDC’s 20th anniversary shows that EDM and underground music can thrive together, says Chase Welcher. (Pulse)
  • Marco Bailey speaks to Pulse Radio, says: ‘It doesn’t always have to be Tech House.’ (Pulse Radio)
  • DJ Harvey is returning to Ibiza for summer 2016, and speaks to Johnny Lee about what to expect. (Mixmag)
  • Documenting the first six months of emerging collective Bala Club – radio show, label and disrupters of the London electronic underground. (Mixmag)
  • Invention on the dancefloor: how gay clubs shaped music. (Guardian2 - Alexis Petridis)
  • Gilles Peterson is one of the musical curators of a new 'arts and wellbeing' holiday island. He tells Hugh Montgomery about the albums that make his summertime sing. (i)
  • Harangue the DJ: Danny McLewin and Tom Coveney. (Saturday Guardian)
  • In session: Helena Hauff (Mixmag)
  • How we made: The Orb's Little Fluffy Clouds. (Guardian)
  • Rave Curious podcast: In conversation with international DJ Cassy (Thump)
  • The struggle of music producers trying to DJ. (Magnetic Mag)
  • From July until September, London’s ICA will host a new exhibition ‘Detroit: Techno City’ (Mixmag)
  • John Digweed on the art of the extended set (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Interview with the duo behind the latest Balearic compilation, Chris Coco and Jim Breese, this time with added brewery news too (Thump)
  • Looking back at Konspiracy, arguably Manchester’s wildest acid house night out (Thump)
  • A California club bans DJs who use laptops … but why? (Guardian - Ben Beaumont-Thomas)
  • Moodymann – the enigma who remade dance music. (Guardian)
  • Galantis reveal simple steps to finding success in the dance music world. (BBC)
  • Joe Muggs goes deep with seminal Warp Records duo, Autechre. (RA)
  • Real estate, gentrification and nightlife in New York. (RA)
  • Techno elders, ageing gracefully in a youth-oriented genre. (NYTimes)
  • Diplo on why DJ culture is a 'sinking ship' and wishing he was Beyoncé. (Billboard)
  • In session: tINI (Mixmag)
  • How we made: Air's Moon Safari. (Guardian)
  • Quick-fire Q&A with Eagles & Butterflies ahead of Mysteryland USA. (Magnetic Mag)
  • The 10 singer-songwriters shaping electronic music right now. (Nest)
  • The 10 British producers that are killing the music game right now - Tobi Shy BoyNana RoguesHeavy TrakerzNygeChris LocoShow N ProveMNEKGorgonCityKZ The ProducerTre Jean-Marie. (Mashable)
  • Life lessons learned from the DJ who didn’t realise his set had gone silent… (Thump)
  • Deadmau5 discusses future spend on reinstating his ‘cube-stage’. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Chase & Status’s Saul Milton says the electronic duo’s raving days are now behind them after he became a father for the first time earlier this year. (Standard)
  • Annie Nightingale, the longest-serving Radio 1 DJ chats grime, sexism, and Donald Trump. (NewStatesman)
  • We can't let the sun go down on our club scene. (The Pool - Lauren Laverne)
  • How Above & Beyond elevated dance music to new heights on their Acoustic II tour. (Pulse)
  • The Sound of Boys Noize (DJMag)
  • Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella: “I still love going to illegal underground parties”. (Pulse)
  • Deep Inside: Clink Street was the birth of rave culture. (Mixmag - Bill Brewster)
  • Bollywood fused with EDM: Inside the South Asian-American music movement. (Mashable)
  • The sound of surveillance: How Jean-Michel Jarre made Edward Snowden an unlikely techno star. (Thump)
  • An oral history of the legendary '80s club that introduced Toronto to house music. (Thump)
  • ATM is the Philadelphia collective breaking club music boundaries. (Mixmag)
  • As Carl Cox prepares for his final season at Space Ibiza, we celebrate a living legend. (Mixmag - Thomas H Green)
  • How a lost generation will save the music industry from itself. (Forbes)
  • Mixpak boss Dre Skull talks to Thump about the upcoming Red Bull Culture Clash. (Thump)
  • Five tips for Lost Village Festival. (Thump)
  • Fact Mag were on hand to document all the highs and lows from this year's The Great Escape with a comprehensive photo diary. (Fact)
  • After years of drugs, sex and drink, Moby is coming clean in his new eye-opening memoir. Miranda Sawyer interviews the man himself to find out the inspiration behind its release. (GuardianWeekend)
  • Speaking with Pete Tong at IMS Ibiza this week, Erick Morillo opened up about his problems with alcohol and drugs, revealing that things got really "ugly" when he started to inject ketamine. (Mixmag, MagneticMag, EDM.com, Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Justin Robertson. (Guardian)
  • This much I know: Ennio Morricone. (Observer)
  • Focus: Introducing… Ellie Cocks. (Data Transmission)
  • Industry Focus: Drew Ressler - The man behind Rukes and dance music's leading photographer. (Magnetic mag)
  • Why do so many DJs look so bored? (Thump)
  • Why is Buenos Aires waging a war on electronic music? (Thump)
  • Is ZHU the next Daft Punk? (Observer)
  • Take a Walk on the Wild Side. Chapter One – Ciudad Juarez. (TechnoStation)
  • Experimental yet functional: This is how London-based producer Midland tames dancefloors. (Mixmag)
  • Sankeys Ibiza’s David Vincent: The industry needs to be pushing females a lot more. (Pulse)
  • How London Warehouse Events turned London raving on its head. (Pulse)
  • Punishable by lash: Talking to the brave pioneer of Iran’s rave scene. (Pulse)
  • Kaytranada is breathing better: The XL beat adventurer on his new life in the spotlight. (Fact - David Renshaw)
  • Sites that offer concert tickets for resale are dominated by touts who use shady methods to buy thousands of tickets which are resold at exorbitant prices. These sites are flouting rules aimed to protect real fans. (Observer)
  • “In the past it was about radio play, weekly charts and sales – now it’s a minute-by-minute battle for people’s time and attention. So playlisting is one of the big reasons why artists need record labels today” says Warner Music CEO Stephen Cooper. (Billboard)
  • Dan Blackledge, creator of Croatia’s Hideout and Unknown festivals, explains why he's invested in a derelict island in the country that he has turned into a centre for music, culture and well-being. (Telegraph)
  • Armenian DJs are bringing traditional sounds into underground dance music, says Liz Ohanesian. (LA Weekly)
  • Thump speak to Jessy Lanza about the process behind her latest project. (Thump
  • "Comments Off": How Livity Sound removed genre from the equation. The Bristol label in their own words. (Thump
  • Afrobeats is the next UK hybrid dance music about to blow up – by Ian McQuaid. (Fact Mag)
  • Sunset Music Festival founders discuss growth so far and announce after parties for 2016 (PulseRadio)
  • One last journey into Space: The Ibiza club that invented raving by daylight is going out with a bang. (Times)
  • When it comes to electronic dance music, where my girls at? (AP)
  • Producing music for movie trailers grows into a serious business. (Variety)
  • Apple destroyed my will to collect music. Will Apple Music finish the job? (Slate)
  • DJ Storm and Goldie reflect on the life and work of their close friend and Metalheadz co-founder DJ Kemistry. (Thump)
  • Setting The Scene: How Flume burst out of Australia to conquer the world. (Mixmag)
  • James Blake: Kanye, Beyoncé, Drake and Frank Ocean have all been inspired by the unassuming Londoner’s sound. Now he’s coming of age with his new album. (Guardian - Dorian Lynskey)
  • Kaytranada is in constant demand as a DJ. But it’s his first LP, that could make him a star in his own right. (Guardian - Phiona Okumu)
  • Kaytranada is breathing better: The XL beat adventurer on his new life in the spotlight. (Fact)
  • Maceo Plex: "i feel it’s time we get back to the roots of Ibiza". (Pulse)
  • Kerri Chandler changed my life: Jeremy Underground is carrying the torch for real house music. (Fact)
  • Techno brought Detroit and Berlin together after the fall of the wall. More than 20 years later it may hold the key to Detroit’s resurgence. (RedBulletin)
  • Are we in danger of accepting laziness in the DJ booth? Ryan Keeling thinks so. (RA)
  • Ukranian Nastia has come a long way from dance contests in her home village. (Mixmag)
  • On my radar: Gilles Peterson (Observer)
  • Hip House: An Oral History. (RBMA - Phillip Mlynar)
  • Harangue the DJ: Giles Smith (Guardian)
  • Q+A: Louie Vega. (Mixmag)
  • R.I.P. to the SoundCloud DJ. (P&P)
  • Holly Dicker meets the original dubsteppers, Horsepower Productions, who just dropped their first new music in five years. (RA)
  • Belgian artist Yves De Mey is slowing down, speeding up and currently making some of the best music of his career. Ian Maleney explains. (RA)
  • The veteran DJ is a leader in an increasingly exciting corner of dance music. Matt Unicomb hears about Onur Özer's journey towards stranger sounds. (RA)
  • There are so few women in music production, no one bothers to count. (HuffPo)
  • Psychedelic Techno Gurus: How counter-culture icons of the first Summer of Love came to be included in the dance music of the second. (RBMA)
  • Katy B talks about her new album, Netflix and nightlife. (Guardian - Harriet Gibsone)
  • For Adult Swim’s latest special they’ve pitted parody versions of electronic music pioneers Vangelis, Giorgio Moroder and Wendy Carlos against each other in a winner-takes-all synth battle. (Fact)
  • Feeling this: A conversation with Grimes. (NPR)
  • Setting the scene: how Flume burst out of Australia to conquer the world. (Mixmag)
  • An interview with Compton house producer, AshTreJinkins. (PassionWeiss)
  • Who are the women pioneers of dance music? (HuffPo - Carl Loben, DJ Mag)
  • Field Day festival: 'We're about breaking new ground and being brave’. (Standard)
  • Virtually Famous: Kaytranada. (Friday Standard)
  • Harangue the DJ: Sei A. (Saturday Guardian)
  • The 25 greatest dance clubs of all time. (Billboard)
  • Zara Larsson on Dr Luke, Beyoncé and why life isn’t ‘over at 25’. (Guardian2 Tim Jonze)
  • Crosley’s stereos are compact, convenient and cheap: no wonder they’re flying off the shelves. But are they any good? Three writers explore the latest turntable revolution. (Guardian2)
  • In the dark days of the mid-1980s, ravers in Sheffield discovered politics, pirate radio and MDMA. Now artist Mark Fell is revisiting those days in a derelict pub. (Guardian2 - Ben Beaumont-Thomas)
  • Who are the women pioneers of dance music? (HuffPo)
  • Richard Godwin meets MIA, music’s most intriguing megastar, to talk London, lawsuits and the problem with #blacklivesmatter. (Friday Standard)
  • The eight most sampled vocals in house. (Pulse)
  • Top 10 Coachella dance music moments of the last 10 years. (EDM.com)
  • Down the Jack Ü k-hole. (Noisey)
  • If you hate Calvin Harris, you're missing the point. (Noisey)
  • Reclaiming the queer dance floor. (NPR)
  • Red Axes: Guitars and synths. (RA)
  • Last week Grimes spoke out on her experiences of sexism. But the flurry of media attention that followed ignored her talent and focused on her as a “victim.” This doesn’t help women at all, argues Eve Barlow. (ThePool)
  • ‘Back in the nineties, I used to think that one day artists would get the power, that day has come,’ says Philippe Ascoli, Head of Creative at Marathon Artists. (M)
  • Fader crunches the numbers and identified the 11 super-producers and songwriters who give today's artists the best chance of ruling the charts.
  • As concert merchandise becomes a more important part of their business models, pop stars like Justin Bieber, Kanye West and Rihanna are upping their game. (BusinessOfFashion)
  • Coachella 2016 was proof the dance music doesn’t need EDM to thrive. (Thump)
  • How Los Angeles became the dance music epicentre of the US, according to Pete Tong. (DancingAstronaut)
  • DJ EZ thinks you should get off your computer and back into the club. (Thump)
  • Jean-Michel Jarre records with Edward Snowden – after the Guardian brings them together. (Guardian)
  • Raving in Glasgow: Slam tell the epic story of The Arches. (Pulse)
  • It wasn’t until I started playing on vinyl that I actually understood how dance music works, writes Ross Gardiner. (Pulse)
  • Why EDM hates Donald Trump. (Mixmag - Marcus Dowling)
  • Focused, undemonstrative and a little bit shy, Kowton puts all his efforts into his innovative, incredible music. (Mixmag - Kristan Caryl)
  • Harangue the DJ: Nic Tasker. (Guardian)
  • Q+A: Alison Wonderland. (Mixmag)
  • DJ EZ: UK garage has never disappeared. (Pulse)
  • The spirituality of Sven Väth: how India influenced a dance music mastermind. (Pulse)
  • High Contrast discusses his new single, new album and new label. (UKF)
  • Celebrate the return of The Avalanches with this super interesting short film about the making of their classic debut. (Thump)
  • Red Hot Car: How a Japanese auto maker fueled the rise of EDM. (Fact)
  • Manuel Sepulveda, a designer for Planet Mu, Ninja Tune, Unsound and Hyperdub, explains how a collision between nostalgia and futurism defines his work. (RA)
  • From Ibiza to EDM festivals: tracing the peculiar history of the modern-day techno tourist. (Thump)
  • Electronic dance music icon Pasquale Rotella shares his experience and insights of EDM culture. (NYUNews)
  • Flex Tunes: Brooklyn's own dance music. (Pitchfork)
  • My beat still goes boom: an interview with electro legend The Egyptian Lover. (Thump)
  • The clubs of Northern Soul: The story of the clubs that made the scene. (Mixmag)
  • On the eve of his return to London's Fabric, Claude VonStroke discusses Dirtybird. (Fabric)
  • Ryan Keeling sifts through the SoundCloud account of a one-of-a-kind producer: 食品まつり a.k.a foodman. (RA)
  • Meet the next generation of female record label bosses. (Thump)
  • How the pulse of house music keeps South Africa connected. (Huck Magazine)
  • Suzanne Ciani explains the obstacles she faced en route to becoming one of early electronic music's most respected composers. (RA)
  • Rødhåd’s outsider graft and visions of dystopia have made him one of the leading techno stars on the planet, says Mark Rowlands. (Mixmag)
  • Freaky formats: The odd-sized records you never knew existed. (VinylFactory)
  • Harangue The DJ: Honey Dijon. (Saturday Guardian)
  • Phonica Mix Series 23: Marc Schneider (Phonica)
  • The Importance of Being Earnest: Celebrating the godlike genius of Mike Francis. (Thump)
  • Soulwax’s new album, the soundtrack to Sundance hit film Belgica, features 16 songs but none of the artists featured actually exist. (Guardian2 - Dorian Lynskey)
  • Why Avicii is the Bob Dylan of EDM. (Thump)
  • Meet Fader’s Naomi Zeichner, Editor in Chief of music’s most important magazine. (ReCode)
  • Popping the drop: A timeline of how EDM’s bubble burst. (Pitchfork)
  • With a new album and chapter in his life, Kaytranada is giving all of himself for the first time. (Fader)
  • A report from Mexico, where pioneering female producers, culture-mashing crews, and utopian vegan festivals are setting the underground dance scene alight. (Pitchfork)
  • How the scene in the Romanian capital has responded to the deaths of 64 people in last year's tragedy at Colectiv. (ElectronicBeats)
  • Hyperdub artist Dean Blunt gives a rare interview, chatting to the Microphone Check podcast about creativity, hip-hop and race. (NPR)
  • Interview: UK house and techno legend Colin McBean aka Mr. G. (Hyponik)
  • The Field on the modular synth obsessions that drive The Follower. (Fact)
  • The Livity Sound producer Kowton talks through his journey so far: from teen quarry raves to Bristol’s rich bass scene. (RBMA)
  • Eats Everything: From dining with dead celebs to eating cacti on acid and Carl Cox closing. (Pulse)
  • Hey Mr Dance Producer, the words are important too! by Steve Angello. (Q)
  • Fast and furious: Why Avicii had to retire. (Mixmag - Marcus Dowling)
  • Harangue The DJ: Bullion (Guardian)
  • Breaking Through: SØS Gunver Ryberg. (RA)
  • Q&A: Andy C. (Mixmag)
  • Label of the month: Unknown To The Unknown. (RA)
  • PC Music's cunning shift from internet fad to major label hit factory. (Noisey)
  • The rise and fall of Mo'Wax founder James Lavelle - and the record industry that fell with him. (Verge)
  • 'He was like the Messiah': Larry Levan, the DJ who changed dance music forever. (Guardian)
  • The new paradigm: The majors now believe that Spotify will begin to experiment with windowed paid-tier exclusives; labels reduce costs, but publishing companies suffer decline in mechanicals; the problems of a coordinated global rollout. (Hits)
  • Pop goes the sofa. (Times) Can’t make it to the gig? Then catch it at home. Live concert streaming is an idea whose time has come.
  • New Las Vegas nightclubs “for cool people” say EDM isn’t cool anymore. (ChartAttack)
  • NYC beatsmith the Range has used unwatched YouTube performers to voice his new album. He tells why the nobodies do it better. (Guardian)
  • 10 times electronic music ruled Glastonbury. (Pulse)
  • EDM YouTube comments might restore your faith in humanity. (Vice)
  • Bring it like a superhero: London's Vogue scene is rising. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: JD Samson. (Guardian)
  • Virtually famous: Baauer (Standard - David Smyth)
  • Leon Vynehall explains how he built Rojus. (Mixmag)
  • 10 years ago: Skrillex was still Sonny Moore when hardcore band From First to Last released Heroine. (Diffuser)
  • Celebrated UK duo Disclosure let us peek behind the scenes of their elaborate live set-up. (RBMA)
  • Conversations in live techno from the Polish underground. (CreateDigitalMusic)
  • Spotlight Louis Futon: melding hip-hop and electronic music. (Billboard)
  • How to listen to music. Escaping algorithms and musical ruts. (Atlantic)
  • Is post-communist Prague the world's next techno capital? (Thump)
  • Miami’s DJ Mr Brown has dedicated his life to DJing and record collecting. (Mixmag)
  • Lee 'Scratch' Perry at 80: 'I am a prince and the music is the king’. (Guardian - Dave Simpson)
  • Wolfgang Gartner talks sobriety, social media and getting arrested. (EDM.com)
  • Bristol’s My Nu Leng unify garage, dubstep, grime and drum’n’bass to push the boundaries of dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Ben Pearce opens up about struggling with pressure, getting back to making music and never being concerned with what's at the top of the charts. (Magnetic Magazine)
  • Bloc '16: a wonderful festival ruined by one of its founders. (Mixmag)
  • To the bitter old dude in the back: Our generation of "dull hipsters" is raving just fine. (Thump - Angus Harrison)
  • Christian Eede visits the last ever edition of Bloc for a weekend packed with one-of-a-kind experiences. It's just a shame that co-founder George Hull doesn't seem to feel the same way. (Quietus)
  • What Bloc’s founder gets hideously, hilariously wrong about today’s “spineless hipster” ravers. (Fact)
  • I dropped out of university to pursue a career as a rave promoter. Raves now aren’t worth promoting. (Spectator - George Hull of Bloc)
  • Harangue the DJ: Riton. (Guardian)
  • How Planet Mu operator Ital Tek made his most emotional album yet. (Fact)
  • The Interview: Underworld. (Spin)
  • Advice for young women looking to break into the music industry, from Discwoman's MoMA PS1 panel. (Thump)
  • Back with a new album inspired by the joy of revisiting their early work, Underworld talk creativity, longevity – and why this could be their most satisfying project yet. (Observer - Jude Rogers)
  • Noisey met Zane Lowe in Los Angeles where he tells his story and what it’s like to continually be recognised as “the old guy who interviewed Kanye.” (YouTube)
  • Mura Masa's new single is a glorious gallimaufry of musical invention. (Mark Savage)
  • It was the viral hit that broke YouTube records. But for its creator Baauer the Harlem Shake soon became a burden. (Guardian - Ian McQuaid)
  • Harangue the DJ: Aurora Halal. (Guardian)
  • A Swedish musician has created an incredible instrument box using over 2000 marbles. (EDM.com)
  • I discover all the best music in my life through video games. (Noisey)
  • Video mashup wizard Antonio Maria Da Silva recently released his second Hell's Club video, which features Daft Punk DJ-ing in a club full of the craziest assortment of famous movie characters you're ever likely to see. (EDM.com)
  • M83: Nostalgia at the end of the world. (Pitchfork)
  • A year in the life of Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris - pop's most powerful couple. (Mirror)
  • Carl Cox: "It's time for me to take a step back and have my own life". (Pulse)
  • Daedelus on Daedelus: LA’s beat scene vanguard traces his musical evolution. (Fact)
  • What does it take to be a superstar DJ? Just ask the Canadian dance don Tiga, who explains why principle, passion and a pheromone mist spray may help. (Guardian)
  • NYC’s Discwoman collective is the subject of the first episode of ‘Tribes’, a new video series from Smirnoff Sound Collective looking at groups around the world fostering diversity and inclusivity within dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Backed by gunfire and explosions, a new wave of electronic musicians are providing a soundtrack to the apocalypse. (Guardian - Ben Beaumont-Thomas)
  • I went to Mexico for a DJ gig and ended up in jail on suspicion of murder. (Thump)
  • Kyo bridges the gap between underground and mainstream in Singapore, says Marlina Azmi. (Pulse)
  • America's gay techno underground. (RA)
  • Meet the female DJs changing the EDM scene and fighting for equal pay. (EliteDaily)
  • The CRSSD Festival, San Diego, highlights non-commercial electronic dance music, says Jim Fusilli. (WSJ)
  • What Cuba thought of Major Lazer's historic Havana show. (Pitchfork)
  • Diplo and Major Lazer bring "revolutionary sound" to Havana. (CBSNews)
  • Diplo and Major Lazer bring their brand of music to Cuba. (NYTimes)
  • 21st-century DJs: spinning beyond the post-capitalist dream. (The Conversation)
  • The new sound of clubland? Riots, explosions and gunfire. (Guardian)
  • Hardstyle’s biggest attempt to take America by storm ended with a whimper. (Thump)
  • Harangue the DJ: Rebekah. (Saturday Guardian)
  • Top 10 April 2016 Festivals. (RA)
  • Five jobs Bassnectar worked before he became a bass king. (EDM.com)
  • Five new artists Deadmau5 fans will love. (EDM.com)
  • Jeremy Greenspan talks with Andrew Ryce about abandoning, and then reviving, his band with Matt Didemus. (RA)
  • When ecstasy was still legal, America’s most hedonistic and forward-thinking club, Starck, was located in a surprisingly conservative city: Dallas, Texas. (RBMA)
  • After an unfortunate fire effectively burnt legendary Hamburg club Golden Pudel to the ground last month, can the club rise back to greatness from the ashes? (Fact)
  • Kesha's attempt to break deal with producer reveals power shift to behind-the-scenes hitmakers. (FT Weekend)
  • Aftermath and recovery: Heathcliff Berru speaks, and reporting on sexual assault in the music industry. (BKMag)
  • The DJ Becky Tong talks about how the music business is trying to promote positive female role models. (HarpersBizarre)
  • Grimes: 'I always feel weird selling art'. (ES Magazine)
  • Harangue the DJ: Veronica Vasicka. (Saturday Guardian)
  • As ‘The Rave Story’ launches in London, Dazed looks back at the movement that shaped clubbing as we know it today. (DazedDigital)
  • The queen of sample clearance: an interview with Deborah Mannis-Gardner. (Forbes)
  • Why you're going to want the world's new E-Vape. (Mixmag)
  • D.J. Katapila: Spinning tunes in Ghana, with the world on his mind. (NYTimes)
  • Kygo on his rise to fame: 'I have to enjoy it while it lasts'. (Billboard)
  • The rise of Kygo’s laid-back house music. (NewYorker)
  • You're probably listening to Spotify wrong. Be a power user. (Wired)
  • We asked Pete Tong every question we could think of right before he went on stage. (Thump)
  • Is Tidal sailing steadily, or headed for the rocks? (Guardian - Eamonn Forde)
  • The problem with music blog premieres. (Medium - RAC, artist)
  • Taking Kontrol: Hugo Massien opens up about the UK house scene. (Thump)
  • Committed to tape: cassette culture and the fringes of dance music. (Bonafide)
  • Harangue the DJ: Junior Boys (Guardian)
  • The most influential tools of electronic music. (GearPatrol)
  • Which comes first in contemporary music technology: the musician or the machine? (Thump)
  • A rundown of the top five festivals to get that festival adrenaline rushing in 2016. (EDM.com)
  • Mike Caren takes a holistic approach to A&R, whether collaborating on songwriting and production with artists like Beyoncé and David Guetta; signing artists and overseeing their recordings; or helping them get their businesses off the ground under the umbrella of his company, Artist Partners Group. (Billboard)
  • Sexism, deceit, and power: The corrupt mechanics behind modern pop music. (Noisey)
  • Toronto based producer Grandtheft believes “big, corny EDM is dying”. (EDM.com)
  • Andy C discusses his All Night at Alexandra Palace, London, event coming this March. (Sun)
  • Kygo, the Norwegian classical pianist turned superstar DJ. (Times)
  • Why is every single UK dance music festival line up pretty much exactly the same? (Thump)
  • The house DJ of the Bernie Sanders Campaign, Mel Sandico. (NYTimes)
  • At home with Dave Audé on the day he won a Grammy. (Beatport)
  • Hovering somewhere between techno, ambient and drum & bass but rejecting the conventions of all three, Felix K's records are as elusive as they are absorbing. Mark Smith hears about the production methods behind his sound. (RA)
  • Max Stern chats with Brasstracks, Alexander Lewis and JNTHN STEIN to see how they use their background in classical music training to fuel their electronic experimentation. (Magnetic Magazine)
  • Harangue the DJ: Roni Size (Saturday Guardian)
  • Check out this huge archive of helmet-free Daft Punk pictures. (Fact)
  • A rare early interview with Aphex Twin has been unearthed this week, featuring a 20-year-old Richard D. James talking to the German radio DT64 show Dancehall in 1992. (Fact)
  • Q&A: Antigone returns to Token Records with his new EP Suadade next month. Token label head Kr!z discusses how it came about. (XLR8R)
  • Havana's new beat: electronic music is on the rise in Cuba. (Thump)
  • What happens when DJs take Facebook more seriously than their records? (Thump)
  • digital marketing guide for artists, DJs, labels and brands in 2016. (Decoded)
  • Software? Hardware? Or Both? Jordan Rothlein profiles a powerhouse of music technology: Native Instruments. (RA)
  • North of Stockholm, a crew of young producers have perfected a nu-disco sound that's conquering the world, says Thomas H Green. (Mixmag)
  • Havana's new beat: electronic music is on the rise in Cuba. (Thump)
  • Virtually famous: Royce Wood Junior (Standard - David Smyth)
  • The legacy of colonial representation reared its ugly head in music videos from Major Lazer, Iggy Azalea and now Coldplay, reigniting the cultural appropriation debate. (Guardian - Rashmee Kumar)
  • Tech companies are leading the rise of crowdsourced A&R. (Forbes)
  • Royce Wood Junior: the production wizard steps out of the shadows. (Huck)
  • Why Italo-disco matters now more than ever. (Pulse)
  • Rihanna’s ANTI was downloaded more than 1.4m times in the 15 hours since the record was officially released on Tidal. (Spin) ANTI sells fewer than 1,000 copies, but some call it a hit. (NYTimes)
  • Sales of Rihanna’s much­-delayed album look dire on paper – but in a world of streaming, free downloads and blockbuster tours, that may not matter anymore. (Guardian  - Eamonn Forde)
  • Harangue the DJ: Beatrice Dillon. (Saturday Guardian)
  • Who is the Kanye West of dance music? (Thump)
  • The Grammys examine EDM as the genre diversifies in 2016 categories. (DancingAstronaut)
  • How Dublin became a hotspot for hard-hitting techno. (Thump)
  • John Digweed interviewed on his expansive career. (Pulse)
  • Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike have come under severe scrutiny since winning the DJ Mag poll last year, and are out to try and prove their authenticity through strictly vinyl-based DJ sets. (EDM.com)
  • A look behind the scenes during the building process of a Daft Punk helmet. (Mixmag)
  • Meet Shuja Rabbani, the Afghan producer on a mission to bring EDM to Afghanistan. (Thump)
  • Underground legend Mr. C: "90% of DJs/producers are sheep". (Pulse)
  • Ahead of AnD's show on home turf, they discuss how Manchester's grey, industrial feel influenced them, why they'd never change their past work, and find out why hard can be meditative. (Pulse)
  • Music industry veteran Simon Napier-Bell delivers a keynote at IMS Asia-Pacific 2015. (IMS)
  • AFEM presents Protect The Dancefloor from IMS Asia-Pacific 2015. (IMS)
  • Tropical house breakout Kygo leads dance music's search for chiller vibes, says Ryan Mac. (Forbes)
  • DJDS aims to inject emotion into dance music on Stand Up And Speak, says Elias Leight. (Billboard)
  • Harangue the DJ: Danny Howard. (Saturday Guardian)
  • Run DMC, WhoSampled and the need for positive conversations around music sampling. (Forbes)
  • Q&A: how Numbers label boss Jackmaster became one of the world’s most in-demand DJs. (Mixmag)
  • Q&A: Danielle Antezza, the man behind Dadub and Inner8, discusses the launch of his new label Holotone. (XLR8R)
  • Has there ever been a dance record with decent lyrics? (Thump)
  • Fatboy Slim: DJ fights, Banksy and the fall of EDM. (RedBull)
  • 10 things we learned from Billboard Dance Editor Matt Medved's Reddit AMA. (Billboard)
  • Eight artists taking American dance music to the next level in 2016. (Mixmag)
  • A history of British nightlife according to Dave Haslam. (Thump)
  • Kygo delivers dance beats, with a side order of pan flute, claims Michaelangelo Matos. (NYTimes)
  • From 8Bit To EDM: Gaming's electronic music history. (Magnetic Magazine)
  • From the bar to the 12-bar: Why dance music loves the blues. (Guardian)
  • Let there be house: How Frankie Knuckles started a revolution. (Beatport)
  • 10 house and techno producers to watch in 2016. (Fact)
  • The year in B2B DJ sets. (NPR)
  • Point Blank Presents: Breaking Into EDM [Ep. 017 - Styles&Complete]. (EDM.com)
  • Point Blank Presents: Breaking Into EDM [Ep. 016 - Boombox Cartel]. (EDM.com)
  • The EDM Network’s top 10 dubstep tracks of 2015, (EDM.com) as well as their top 10 bass house, progressive house and electro house tracks. (EDM.com)
  • This vinyl revival is really sucking the life and fun out of music collecting. (Noisey)
  • Harangue the DJ: Jonas Rathsman. (Guardian Guide)
  • The UK needs safe club spaces for their queer, BAME and female demographic – we investigate how to push ahead. (Dazed - Kieran Yates)
  • The 10 greatest David Bowie remixes of all time. (Pulse)
  • A revisit of David Bowie’s 1997 electronica album Earthling, featuring excerpts from a past interview with the man himself voicing his thoughts on the album. (EDM.com)
  • 10 times electronic producers turned David Bowie originals into otherworldly space odysseys. (Thump)
  • The world's most successful DJs. (Red Bulletin)
  • An ode to bouncers, the most honest account of clubbing ever. (Thump)
  • How skateboarding learned to love house music. (Thump)
  • SOPHIE, a young British producer is aiming to create sounds you can taste. Is he for real? (Sunday Times - Lisa Verrico)
  • Why the so-called "vinyl boom" may be bad news for electronic music. (Thump)
  • Ultra embraces streaming singles to keep a dance genre booming. (NYTimes) Founder Patrick Moxey interviewed.
  • Q+A: Jackmaster. (Mixmag)
  • Five EDM reunions and triumphant returns to look forward to in 2016. (EDM.com)
  • Australian duo Slumberjack stated in a recent interview that “EDM will never die”. (EDM.com)
  • Sigma’s dance tracks are everywhere — even Kanye West can’t escape them says Ed Potton. (Times2)
  • Whatever Happened to the Future: How will club music move forward in 2016? (Thump)
  • Steve Aoki: "You can't go in and buy the culture". The Dim Mak boss and DJ extraordinaire discusses whether brand sponsorship is making EDM become overly corporate. (EDM.com)
  • Five of our favourite dance music interviews from 2015. (Skiddle)
  • 10 new year's resolutions that dance music needs right now. (Thump)
  • Sharam of Deep Dish and Richie McNeill of SFX Live sit for an unfiltered discussion about the industry at IMS Asia-Pacific. (IMS)
  • The Top 20 albums of 2015, according to Resident Advisor.
  • The raver's holiday gift guide 2015. (EDM.com)
  • Harangue the DJ: Lena Willikens (Guardian Guide)
  • Mad Decent Boat Party: How our MadFam came together during a tragedy. (EDM.com)
  • 30 Minutes With: Skrillex. The bro-step pioneer discusses how he "stopped doing interviews becuase of the Guardian". (Guardian2)
  • Red Bull Sound Select spotlights Basecamp's lavish new single. (EDM.com)
  • Fighting to keep EDM alive: meet the group standing up for your right to rave. (EDM.com)
  • The moment that launched Daft Punk into stardom. (EDM.com)
  • Interview: Daniel Bortz. (XLR8R)
  • 11 festivals that changed the game in 2015. (Thump)
  • Fact’s 20 best house and techno tracks of 2015.
  • Dancing Astronaut’s top 10 albums of 2015.
  • Billboard’s 10 best electronic/dance albums of 2015.
  • Thump’s top 10 UK mixes of 2015. (Thump)
  • Kelvin Beat, one half of Dominican EDM duo Lash, on being DJs in their home country. (EDM.com)
  • NPR's favourite dance tracks of 2015.
  • Five dance music books you should be asking Father Christmas for. (Thump)
  • 20 best EDM and electronic albums of 2015. (Rolling Stone)
  • As Tale Of Us prepare to begin a new chapter, Mixmag celebrates its DJs of the year.
  • Top 10 In Sessions, Mixmag's flagship series, of 2015.
  • The best artwork of 2015. (Mixmag)
  • The top 20 compilations of 2015. (Mixmag)
  • 16 artists who will make your year in 2016. (Mixmag)
  • Mixmag's top 100 tunes of 2015.
  • Mixmag's top 10 DJs of 2015.
  • The best record labels of 2015. (Mixmag)
  • The top 5 breakthrough DJs of 2015. (Mixmag)
  • The top 50 albums of 2015. (Mixmag)
  • The year in electronic music. (Pitchfork)
  • 12 powerful quotes about the state of dance music from IMS Asia-Pacific. (Pulse)
  • 10 things we learned at IMS Asia-Pacific. (IMS)
  • Q&A: DJ Craze. (Mixmag)
  • Odesza on the future of EDM, why music should be free. (Rolling Stone)
  • Meet : The voice behind Spotify's most-streamed track. (BBC)
  • Berghain resident Answer Code Request will push your limits on the dancefloor. (Thump)
  • Boys Noize discusses ten years of Boysnoize Records. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Diplo discuss his Grammy nomination, ‘Lean On’ snub, and his dream award. (Billboard)
  • Thump’s 50 best tracks of 2015. (Thump)
  • Laurent Garnier Electrochoc is the must-read book for music lovers charting the iconic DJ's story so far. (Mirror)
  • For dance music, 2015 was the year of dumb free speech. (LA Weekly)
  • Breaking Through: Wata Igarashi. (RA)
  • Label of the month: Interdimensional Transmissions. (RA)
  • Dance music at the Grammys: a brief (and frustrating) history. (Vulture)
  • Harangue the DJ: Axel Boman. (Guardian Guide)
  • The worst record covers of 2015. (Thump)
  • The best music marketing of 2015. (AdAge)
  • The 10 best record labels of 2015. (Fact)
  • Get an inside look at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event with their official RESONATE documentary. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • A guide to Art Basel: five parties to check out. (YourEDM)
  • Top 10 January / February 2016 festivals. (RA)
  • 10 lessons from Floating Points on swapping the DJ booth for the composer's chair. (Thump)
  • The 10 most influential record labels of 2015. (Pulse)
  • The story behind Faithless’s Insomnia. (Mixmag)
  • The rise of Tileyard Studios in London. (Gasholder)
  • Review: Take Note 2015. (Pulse)
  • Why door pickers are a good thing for clubland - and what a decent one really does. (Mixmag)
  • Trance was the sound of 2015, but don’t call it a revival. (Fact)
  • Danny Howard interview: representing the uk dance music scene. (Skiddle)
  • Lost in Music: the story of dance music in 500 images. (BJP)
  • Mixmag meets Diplo, Walshy Fire and Jillionaire on the road for their US tour. 
  • Is electronic music on the brink of its grunge moment? (Verge) The genre's bleeding edge is visceral, antisocial, and downright ugly.
  • Stadium synth-lord Jean Michel Jarre talks to Max Dax about his new album Electronica, which features the likes of Air, Laurie Anderson and John Carpenter. (ElectronicBeats)
  • Have you ever wondered what ecstasy looks like under a microscope? (EDM.com)
  • Dolby is bringing "surround sound" to the club. (Thump)
  • 10 dance music classics that aren't in 4/4 time. (MusicRadar)
  • Harangue the DJ: Redlight (Saturday Guardian)
  • Producer Crywolf said what everyone is thinking: Part II. (EDM.com)
  • Producer Crywolf said what everyone is thinking: Part I. (EDM.com)
  • Solving the discovery problem: new music that sounds like old music. (Chris Price, New Slang Media)
  • Bok Bok, Pearson Sound, Ruf Dug and other local DJs discuss the importance of saving Peckham, one of south east London’s cultural hubs. (Thump)
  • Twenty years on, Maxi, Sister Bliss and even the elusive Rollo tell the story behind Faithless’ mega-hit, Insomnia. (Mixmag - Dave Jenkins)
  • The Chemical Brothers bring Hollywood special effects to dance music. (Engadget)
  • Desis on deck: what it's like being a brown kid in dance music. (Thump - Jemayel Khawaja)
  • Deep House vs. #DerpHouse: Your guide to dance music’s most controversial genre. (Spin)
  • Steve Angello tells the non-EDM version of his crazy life story on Wild Youth. (Spin)
  • Ninja Tune at 25: Coldcut’s Matt Black looks back. (Medium)
  • Interview: Gilles Peterson’s inspirations and influences. (Redbull)
  • Jeremy Olander talks about Vivrant Label, premieres Taiga off inaugural EP. (Billboard)
  • How Ableton’s Link technology will change the way electronic musicians collaborate. (Fact)
  • Wolgang Flür interview: a peculiar dance music presenter. (Skiddle)
  • We asked a room full of dope women about how to close the gender gap in dance music. (Thump)
  • Zach Cowie: the DJ behind Master of None's amazing soundtrack. (USA Today)
  • Adam Wiltzie and Brian McBride have made some of the most affecting ambient music of our time. Ian Maleney talks to them about their 20-year journey so far. (RA)
  • The lost art of the warm-up DJ is just as important as that of the peak-time headliner. (Mixmag)
  • A history of Roulé, Daft Punk’s forgotten record label. (Medium - Ben Cardew)
  • Somebody snuck a 360° camera into Coachella and you can watch it all here. (YourEDM)
  • Interview: Blondish. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • Apparat talks innovation, enjoyment and discusses upcoming record ‘Moderat’. (Thump)
  • An interview with a ghost producer. (UKF)
  • Bonobo talks Outlier brand, Output residency & next album. (Billboard)
  • How $500,000-a-night DJ Kaskade - a 44-year-old Mormon father of three - became electronic dance music’s most unassailable superstar. (Buzzfeed)
  • Seven years in the making: a deep dive into Djakarta Warehouse Project’s history and Indonesia’s thriving electronic music scene. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • The first episode of The Vinyl Factory’s Analogue series sees sampling specialist Matthew Herbert in his studio during the summer of 2014, just a few feet from the incoming tide on Whitstable’s pebbly shoreline. (Fact)
  • Steve Aoki discusses the economics behind his million-dollar brand and the financial impact streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify are having on artists. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • How 56 nights in a Dubai jail changed DJ Esco's life forever. (Fader)
  • How dub master Kode9 became the hero of zero. (Guardian)
  • DJ 3LAU living the millennial dream: making millions at the party. (Forbes)
  • Christine Kakaire tracks down one of Detroit's most respected artists: Andrés. (RA)
  • Harangue the DJ: Prins Thomas (Saturday Guardian)
  • Label of the month: NAAFI. (RA)
  • Q&A: Ukrainian producer Etapp Kyle will release his second EP via Ben Klock’s Klockwork label on November 23. (XLR8R)
  • The 15 greatest dance music cities of all time. (Billboard) Chicago comes in at number 1.
  • The 20 best dance music tracks in history. (LA Weekly)
  • The rage of Grimes. (Atlantic)
  • San Holo talks life, music and business. (YourEDM)
  • Interview: Swedish house duo Bambook. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • Ecstasy, fake LSD, and sort-of magic mushrooms: the future of dance music’s drugs. (Spin)
  • DJ Auntie Flo and his Highlife club are part of a loose worldwide crew blending global and electronic beats, and creating something completely new in the process. (Guardian - Kevin EG Perry)
  • Watch Jean Michel Jarre discuss the evolution of synthesizers. (Fact)
  • In Conversation: Tony Humphries. The fabled progenitor of the Jersey house sound chats with Dennis Kane about the early years. (XLR8R)
  • Back to nature, back to the music: Desert Hearts upends the luxe EDM fest model. (LA Times)
  • Disciples on working with Calvin Harris, Sir David Rodigan, new EP The Following and 2015 highlights. (Sun)
  • Rave culture and Robert Henke: How Berlin gave birth to Ableton and Lumiere Ii. (Thump)
  • Nina Kraviz has given a guest lecture at Oxford University, UK, during which she discussed her faith in the younger generation of dance music fans and producers. (Mixmag)
  • Floating Points steers clear of the dance floor on his ‘very considered’ new LP Elaenia. (Spin)
  • Electronic music through the ears of mutant trumpeter Ben Neill. (Ear Milk)
  • Jonas Rathsman: the folk-dancing fashion designer turned house sensation. (Spin)
  • Harangue the DJ: Nicole Moudaber. (Guardian)
  • Q&A: Hyperdub label head Kode9. (Mixmag)
  • Q&A: Paulo Reachi, A&R of Tresor, spills some details about running the prestigious label ahead of Spanish artist Psyk’s debut. (XLR8R)
  • Wikihow have released an illustrated guide on the dos and don’ts of dancing in a nightclub. (Thump)
  • We've uncovered the most popular EDM genre in the US. (EDM.com)
  • Billboard’s Top 50 EDM love songs of all time. (Billboard)
  • A trip inside the strange, mysterious world of Claptone. (Mixmag)
  • Under the Knife: How surgeons are affected by different music genres. (EDM.com)
  • Ahead of the release of his new record on Strictly Rhythm, former Shelter resident Mystic Bill runs through the five records that tore the club up night after night. (Thump)
  • Electronic musician Matthew Herbert explains why his new work will feature imagined sounds, recorded on paper. (Independent)
  • The first ever crowdfunded tour - a shrewd & brilliant business plan. (EDM.com)
  • Renowned journalist Lisa Ling has penned an essay sharing her past experiences with drugs and underground rave culture. (Dancing Astronaut, CNN)
  • Q&A: UK based DJ and producer Inigo Kennedy chats about new EP Clarion Call, out November 20. (XLR8R)
  • Loco Dice on Underground Suicide Squad and the process of making the new album. (Sun)
  • In Conversation: Carl Craig and Matthew Dear. (Resident Advisor)
  • Hear the 1995 mixtape that lit the EDM fuse and introduced America to Daft Punk. (Thump)
  • King Midas Sound interviewed at Unsound 2015 on their collaboration with Fennesz and how the live setup came about. (Fact)
  • Terraces and Techno: How Simple Things turned Bristol inside out. (Thump)
  • Afrika Bambaataa and Mark Ronson remember two influential generations of hip-hop dance parties ahead of being honoured next month for their contributions to New York City’s club scene. (Guardian)
  • Beyond the spotlight with Nic Burger (Universal Music Group/Kleek/AFEM). (Pulse)
  • Jean-Michel Jarre’s favourite albums. (Resident Advisor)
  • Harangue the DJ: Hunee. (Guardian)
  • Interview: Floating Points. (Fact)
  • Jeff Mills Q&A: ADE15. (DJBroadcast)
  • Inside Berghain’s Pop Kultur Festival. (Mixmag)
  • Interview: Visionist. On his new album, the London producer pushes back with a foray into abstract territory. (XLR8R)
  • Dave Tompkins maps the bass landscape in Miami. (RedBull)
  • How to crack the code of Sun Ra, according to DJ Gilles Peterson. (Noisey)
  • Carlos Hawthorn profiles tINI, the German DJ whose rise through house and techno has been achieved by doing things her own way. (Resident Advisor)
  • The evolution of electronic music in 26 records, by Juan Atkins: ADE15. (DJBroadcast)
  • Harangue the DJ: Kurupt FM (Guardian)
  • Q&A: Norwegian duo Ost & Kjex discuss the making of upcoming third album Freedom Wig ahead of its November release. (XLR8R)
  • In conversation with Ben Klock: “I am not a techno purist.” (Thump)
  • Evian Christ aired his views on the meaninglessness of clubbing in a recent interview. (Dazed & Confused)
  • A look back at the legacy left by London’s Trade Club, the city’s first ever after-hours club, ahead of its 25th birthday celebration and final hurrah next week. (Guardian)
  • New York’s first Blade Rave took place last weekend during the city’s Comic Con festival, which saw an entire crowd get drenched in fake blood. (Guardian)
  • Five ADE live streams to watch this weekend. (Thump)
  • Winners and losers of the 2015 Ibiza closing parties. (Pulse)
  • The road to tomorrow with Dave Clarke. (Mixmag)
  • Nadus may be an ambassador of Newark’s Jersey club sound, but the 24-year-old producer and DJ born Rahshon Bright refuses to allow himself to be boxed in. (Fact)
  • Producer PVC discusses the bass house scene and unveils a new mix. (Data Transmission)
  • Ninja Tune turns 25: founder explains the 'cooperative capitalism' behind the label. (Billboard)
  • Scots DJ Mylo on returning with new album and how he refuses to be haunted by his label missing out on Calvin Harris. (Daily Record)
  • You can now see every US state’s favourite music festival thanks to a visual map from Promotions Now. (YourEDM)
  • Harangue the DJ: Mr G (Guardian Guide)
  • Reel-to-reel tape is the new vinyl. (Verge)
  • Thump’s top 5 acts from this year’s Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg. (Thump)
  • Claude VonStroke talks Dirtybird Records’ origins and expansion ahead of the first ever Campout Festival this weekend. (Billboard)
  • A potted history of dance music on british television Vol. 2: beyond the second summer of love. (Thump)
  • Globetrotting house and disco upstart Le Visiteur lays out his 7-step guide to talking to labels and getting your tracks signed. (Data Transmission)
  • Get to know Gqom, South Africa's slow-burning club music. (Fader)
  • The xx's debut album will be young forever. (Fader)
  • Last year, Benga was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and schizophrenia. Now, he’s speaking out on mental health issues in clubland. (Guardian Guide - Kate Hutchinson)
  • PC Music's dark horse, Kane West, started off spoofing Kanye. Now, he's breaking down dance music and gleefully piecing together the wreckage. (Fader)
  • Marea Stamper, aka The Black Madonna, is a Chicago-based DJ and producer. Here, she describes a disillusioning transition in Beatport’s business practices, and predicts an imminent implosion of the mainstream EDM market. (Crack)
  • Kaskade’s 30-minute interview with Larry King is now available to stream in full. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Detroit artist DJ Bone discusses the ‘watering down’ of DJing in an interview with Juno Plus. (Resident Advisor)
  • Harangue the DJ: Kiwi. (Guardian)
  • Toronto producer Basic Soul Unit talks through his eclectic influences. (Resident Advisor)
  • Diplo tells all on Justin Bieber, the rise of Diplo, and more. (Your EDM)
  • Harangue The DJ: Jasper James. (Guardian Guide)
  • Has techno become boring, 'angry' music? (Pulse)
  • How Big Gigantic broke the saxophone into dance music. (Billboard)
  • Rave culture was a big influencer on the runways of New York Fashion Week; here’s a look at the positive and negative repercussions. (Thump)
  • A potted history of dance music on British television: disco ducks and acid explosions (Part 1 of 3). (Thump)
  • A rendezvous with electronic music pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre. (Fact)
  • Grimes on pop music: 'You’re mostly hearing male voices run through female performers'. (Independent)
  • The short-lived broken beat sound is being brought out of retirement by a new wave of labels and DJs. It’s giving clubs soul again, says Joe Muggs. (Guardian)
  • East Londoners Rudimental have stormed the world’s charts but can still hang around unhassled in Hackney. Louise Donovan meets them. (Shortlist)
  • On Caracal, Disclosure are starting to leave dance music behind. (Verge)
  • Obituary: Colin Faver - quietly spoken DJ who championed British club culture and was one of the driving forces behind the success of Kiss FM. (Times)
  • Ida Engberg: 'If you have to chance to reach out, you should do it'. (Pulse)
  • Q&A: Dâm-Funk. With a new album on Stones Throw, the LA funk maven talks influences, recognition and Snoop Dogg. (XLR8R)
  • Thump staff choose their tracks that defined this year’s Bestival. (Thump)
  • Watch Dutch artist Legowelt make a track from scratch. (Fact)
  • Disclosure discuss all things Caracal in this in-depth interview. (Billboard)
  • Harangue the DJ: DJ Funk. (Guardian)
  • Electric Zoo festival, a menagerie designed for dancing. (NYTimes)
  • I walked around Bestival asking to test people's drugs. (Vice)
  • Underworld’s Karl Hyde talks about creativity and comfort zones. (IrishTimes - Jim Carroll)
  • Is this the end of EDM? Island Records signed ready-made teen idol Ansel Elgort to a record contract under the artist name DJ Ansolo. (DailyBeast)
  • Producer Atom TM once made salsa versions of Kraftwerk songs. Now with artist Robin Fox, he has created a spectacular laser dance show delivering noise straight to our ‘reptilian brains’. (Guardian)
  • DJ and Producer Benga has spoken out about the mental health issues that last year led him to announce his retirement from both DJing and production. (Quietus)
  • DJs and mental health: Electronic music's last taboo. (DJBroadcast)
  • Obituary: Colin Faver - early DJ and UK club culture figure. (MixmagDummy)
  • We asked people at Electric Zoo about the Zac Efron EDM Flop, We Are Your Friends. (Spin)
  • Top 10 October 2015 Festivals. (Resident Advisor)
  • Breaking through: Elysia Crampton. (Resident Advisor)
  • Harangue the DJ: The Black Madonna. (Saturday Guardian)
  • The best albums of 2015 – so far - featuring Jamie xx, Four Tet and The Orb. (Guardian)
  • The month's best electronic releases, including records from Kuedo, Spatial and Beatrice Dillon, plus a look back over a night at London's Tropical Waste party. (Quietus)
  • Recent Forbes figures on top-earning DJs display how dance music has reached an impressive new level of mainstream success. (NY Times)
  • A Q&A with Nils Frahm as he prepares for the latest instalment of the Late Night Tales mix-CD series. (XLR8R)
  • 28 years after the closing of New York’s legendary Paradise Garage, some if its regulars reunited to share their memories. (Thump)
  • Becoming Lane 8: A discussion with Daniel Goldstein on his back story, Rise, and his experience collaborating with Matthew Dear. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Goldie and Rudimental discuss integrity, legacy and EDM in a clip for Channel 4 in the UK. (Resident Advisor)
  • Hudson Mohawke: Growing up and going out in Glasgow. (Thump)
  • A housing estate on the outskirts of Lisbon is establishing itself as the cradle of a uniquely African take on techno. (Mixmag)
  • He’s taken dance music down a gear and fans go wild for his blissed-out sound — now Norwegian DJ Kygo is ready to take London by storm, he tells David Smyth. (Standard - David Smyth)
  • DJ Stonebridge’s 1992 remix turned Show Me Love, a forgettable 12” soul record by Robin S, into a genuine 90s club anthem. And now, in 2015, there’s no escaping the damn thing, (Guardian2 - Alexis Petridis)
  • Thump’s favourite DJs and writers select their top tracks of the summer. (Thump)
  • Andrew Ryce speaks to the Shogun Audio duo SpectraSoul about moving beyond the dance floor. (Resident Advisor)
  • Rizzla: bringing politics and passion back to dance music. (Guardian)
  • Zac Efron’s long awaited EDM film We Are Your Friends had one of the worst opening weekends in cinema history. (Thump)
  • Evian Christ has given his own account and explanation of why he was "locked in a cage" at Leeds Festival. (Fact)
  • Harangue the DJ: Shy FX. (Guardian)
  • DJs show us around the Outlook site. (Mixmag)
  • While the past two years have been a whirlwind for brothers Howard and Guy of Disclosure, it seems nothing fazes them, finds Jacqui Swift. (Sun)
  • From Voodoo Ray to Infinity and beyond – the story of the UK's biggest rave anthems. (Guardian2 - Sam Richards)
  • Disclosure break down their album Caracal track by track. (Pitchfork)
  • Five underground print magazines taking on the dance press establishment. (Thump)
  • German producer Atom™ talks techno, clubbing and our planet’s crisis of creativity. (Thump)
  • 20 women who shaped the history of dance music. (Mixmag)
  • A look back at 23 electronic music nominees at the MTV Music Awards, from past to present. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • DJs inspired by Masters At Work choose their essential tracks from the legendary duo. (Thump)
  • Northern Irish producer, DJ, composer and recording artist David Holmes has had his fair share of career highlights over the years. (M)
  • The Quinta do Mocho housing estate outside Lisbon is the cradle of a uniquely African take on techno. (Mixmag)
  • A photo diary of Jonas Rathsman's time at Splash House Festival at Palm Springs. (XLR8R
  • The 10 most essential progressive tunes of all time. (Pulse)
  • Eight insane facts you probably never knew about Jeff Mills. (Pulse)
  • Faithless are reuniting for a 20th birthday gig on Clapham Common, London, and an upcoming remix album, they tell John Aizlewood. (Standard)
  • St Germain was once as revered as his peers Daft Punk. Now with a new self-titled album about to be released he talks to Matt Munday who says Ludovic Navarre is the forgotten genius of French dance music. (Independent)
  • DJ Them Jeans reveals how he taught Zac Efron to play an EDM superstar in We Are Your Friends.  (Guardian)
  • DJ and producer Prime Cuts from the Scratch Perverts explains why he's using a new music format called Stems. (BBC)
  • Pirate radio: How today's rebels have exchanged the North Sea for coffee shops and restaurants. (Independent - Ian Burrell)
  • Reboot: 'It’s more about names, wristbands or attitude than about music itself nowadays'. (Pulse)
  • How personal tragedy and public misconception helped shape Rabit's debut album. (Fact)
  • Justin BieberDiplo and Skrillex talk about the making of their hit song Where Are U Now. (NYTimes)
  • Leftfield: "I like this and I don't care what other people think.." (Clash)
  • Electronic music has long been likened to religion. Some DJs, though, make that connection explicit. Aaron Gonsher meets Robert Hood, Terrence Parker and others spreading the gospel. (RedBull)
  • Krewella discuss the negative stereotypes of women in EDM in this video interview. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Discwoman and changing the record of all-male electronic lineups. (Forbes)
  • DJ's favourite Ibiza afterparties. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Sherwood and Pinch (Guardian – Kate Hutchinson)
  • J.G. Biberkopf discusses the forces at work during the recording of debut EP Ecologies. (Fact)
  • Beats 1’s Zane Lowe interviewed: "We also noticed in the first week people listened for really long amounts of time, which meant songs got tired quickly, so we revised our rotations. And we’re working on a replay service and we want to get full on-demand ready”. (Billboard)
  • The story of Tidal: How a European startup no one ever heard of got bought by Jay Z and became one of the best-known music companies in the world. (Business Insider)
  • How are bootleg labels still a ‘thing’ in the digital era? (DJBroadcast)
  • 10 new artists you need to know: August 2015 (Rolling Stone) Featuring Icelandic techno producer Bjarki.
  • 15 of the most legendary clubs of all time. (NME)
  • Five moments EDM entered the pop mainstream. (Inverse)
  • Nine of the world's most incredible festival venues. (Pulse)
  • Noir: 'It's a reflection of me...not a money machine'. (Pulse)
  • Skrillex and Diplo interviewed by Charlie Rose on a US chat show talk about technology and the industry. (DMN)
  • Basement Jaxx on their journey through dance music, Brixton, Ibiza and the future. (Sun)
  • Matthew Herbert believes music is a political weapon, sampling everything from the sound of bullets to pigs. His new album The Shakes goes back to his house roots, but this is a pop record packed with serious ideas. (Guardian - Tim Jonze)
  • Harangue the DJ: Logos (Guardian – Kate Hutchinson)
  • A comprehensive guide to DJ body language. (Mixmag)
  • 5 DJs who started their careers in college. (Billboard)
  • A detailed diary of what it’s like to go on a 34-hour techno binge at Ibiza. It’s not all pretty. (Thump)
  • Young DJs and promoters discuss how the club scene has shifted away from nightclubs. (BBC)
  • What it means for DJs to grow old. (Pitchfork - Jonny Coleman)
  • A brief history of the “oft-derided” genre that is happy hardcore. (Resident Advisor)
  • Detroit techno stalwart Stacey Pullen discusses the boons and burdens of his hometown. (Thump)
  • The ‘French touch’ sound, with its cut-up samples, oodles of soul and garage-house beats, inspired Julio Bashmore’s debut album Knockin’ Boots. He tells Kate Hutchinson the tracks that most influenced him. (Guardian)
  • Ninja Tune is the winner of the Innovator award at this year’s AIM awards. To celebrate, label founder Jon More chooses their most definitive releases. (Guardian)
  • Laidback Luke is an EDM star that has been over 20 years in the making, says Mark Gwinnett. (Sun)
  • The history and future of Kool FM, London's oldest jungle radio station. (Vice - Jamie Clifton)
  • Paco Osuna: 'When techno started to come into Ibiza, there were just a few who followed it'. (Pulse)
  • The week in radio: Night Shift; Radio 1’s Ibiza Prom. (Observer - Miranda Sawyer)
  • More than 20 years into their career, the UK’s Idjut Boys are still going as strong as ever. (XLR8R)
  • A video of David Guetta DJ’ing properly in the late 90’s has surfaced online, and it shouldn’t be surprising. (Thump)
  • Synth legends John Carpenter and Jean-Michel Jarre discuss their collaboration for Jarre’s upcoming E-Project album in this video. (Resident Advisor)
  • DJ/producer Jillionaire of Major Lazer tells all in this insightful Q&A. (Forbes)
  • EDM and hip-hop's bad bromance needs an intervention. (Guardian - Ben Westhoff)
  • The best remixes of 2015...so far. (Pulse)
  • The underground's 10 leading ladies. (Pulse)
  • The wildest photos from Sea Dance Montenegro. (Pulse)
  • Interview with Hannah Wants. (Pulse)
  • The future of clubbing in Berlin. (DJ Broadcast)
  • As Detroit readies itself for Charivari’s second summer festival, two who were there take a look back at the seminal shindig’s early days. (XLR8R)
  • 'Detroit forced us to develop our own sound and style' say Octave One. (Sun)
  • An in-depth look into the sadness behind the solitary shuffler. (Thump)
  • Your taste in music could reflect the way your brain works, according to researchers from Cambridge University. (Fact)
  • Deadmau5 opens up about the over saturation of the EDM scene in this in-depth interview. (Your EDM)
  • How techno re-vitalised Berlin, and what Detroit and L.A. can learn from their experience. (Resident Advisor)
  • 20 years later, here are 12 albums that have stood the test of time. (Mixmag)
  • Jamie xx bridges dance music's past and future at Echoplex in LA (LATimes)
  • DJ Broadcast rundown their top 10 resident DJs of all time. (DJ Broadcast)
  • Photos: Nudity, cross-dressing and the open-air hedonism of Ku Ibiza in the '80s. (Pulse)
  • 10 essential Dettmann and Klock records. (Pulse)
  • Seven DJs reveal how they spent their summers as Ibiza workers before they were famous. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Flight Facilities (Guardian Guide)
  • How to run a record label. According to ten artists going it alone, from Janelle Monae to Dre Skull. (Fader)
  • If Beats 1 radio isn’t your thing, here are 15 alternative internet radio stations to check out. (Fact)
  • Welcome to the new age disco: The untold story of London techno, 1989-1997. (RedBull)
  • Crossing the line: The unwritten rules (or not) of sampling. (Boilerroom)
  • Justin Farrar explains how Prostitutes’ “no trends electronics” have been making all the right noises. (Resident Advisor
  • Detroit DJ and Bunker resident Mike Servito discusses his lofty ambitions for the future and the difficulties of being a non-producing DJ. (XLR8R)
  • Armin Van Buuren says that UK crowds live and breathe dance music. (Sun – Mark Gwinnett)
  • Len Faki says: 'less selfies - more dancing'. (Pulse)
  • Annie Nightingale: the pioneering DJ with golden ears still going strong on Radio 1 at 75. (Guardian)
  • The Chemical Brothers on the changing face of electronic music, working with Beck. (TripleJ)
  • A tribute to longstanding NYC promoter Rob Fernandez (Mixmag)
  • Interview: John Acquaviva, Fund Manager, DJ and Serial Entrepreneur. (Encore)
  • French DJs added their distinctive je ne sais quoi to mid-90s house music... these scenes from Parisian clubland are evoked in a new film, Eden. (Guardian - Killian Fox)
  • Disclosure looks beyond EDM for Caracal: 'We've got a lot more to give'. (LATimes)
  • Harangue The DJ: Craig David. (Guardian)
  • 15 tracks ruling Ibiza in 2015. (Pulse)
  • Ibiza's best free parties. (Pulse)
  • Interview: Judge Jules. (Festival Baby)
  • Four Tet grants us a rare audience to talk dancefloor euphoria and finding his inner zen. (Guardian - Louis Pattison)
  • He made $28m as a DJ last year, but Avicii’s new album is headed out of the clubs. (Sunday Times - Lisa Verrico)
  • A look inside the studio of analog wizard Adrian Younge. (XLR8R)
  • Dance music pioneer Radio Slave explains why Berlin is better. (Thump)
  • Throwing Shade gives a rundown of London’s 10 best parties, past and present. (Thump)
  • Brush up on your Italo-disco knowledge with this beginner’s guide. (Thump)
  • Anja Simona looks at the world of electronic music journalism, and asks why there aren’t more female voices within the community, reflecting upon women’s participation in club culture beyond the dance floor. (DJBroadcast)
  • Meet the people behind 24-7 Ibiza; a team of British Christians who spend their late nights rescuing the most obvious casualties from the island’s war on drugs. (Thump)
  • A list of some of the most anticipated albums still to come in 2015. (Fact)
  • Oasis’ Noel Gallagher takes aim at dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Groove Armada on their Little Black Book and the changing landscape of dance music. (Sun - Mark Gwinnett)
  • Resident Advisor has remained staunchly independent, with a devotion to the underground side of the culture that is at odds with the music’s mainstream popularity. (NYTimes) The feature also reports that rival electronic music site Dancing Astronaut is said to be in talks to be acquired by Insomniac, a dance promoter whose majority owner is Live Nation.
  • A breakdown of the acts to watch out for at this year’s EXIT Festival. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Interview: John Acquaviva, Fund Manager, DJ and Serial Entrepreneur. (Encore)
  • 20 incredible photos from Space Ibiza in the '80s, '90s and '00s. (Pulse)
  • Julio Bashmore discusses the process behind his upcoming album Knockin’ Boots, with fried chicken playing a surprising role. (Thump)
  • 3LAU and Z-Trip’s heated debate at this year’s EDMbiz has opened up a discussion on the true role of the DJ. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Alan Fitzpatrick on the secrets of a killer remix. (Pulse)
  • A new, in-depth Daft Punk documentary is now available to watch online, but in French only, and without subtitles. (Your EDM)
  • 25 years of Space Ibiza - 10 pivotal moments. (Pulse Radio)
  • A comprehensive rundown of June’s must-hear reissues and retrospectives. (Fact)
  • Hardwell speaks about the EDM vs underground debate, his hip hop roots, his fan's distrust of change, defends large DJ fees, and talks his all new residency at Ushuaia Ibiza. (Pulse Radio)
  • tINI talks her ethos towards free beach parties, tINI & The Gang, her plans for the summer and more. (Pulse Radio)
  • On 24 June, French TV screened the long-awaited Daft Punk documentary. Here’s what to look out for when it is screened in Britain. (Guardian)
  • Jamie xx is now venturing into ballet at the Manchester International Festival. The self-confessed control freak tells Daniel Dylan Wray how he is coping with collaboration. (Independent)
  • A fascinating look at the rise and fall of the Cyberkid movement. (Mixmag)
  • Candi Staton: how we made Young Hearts Run Free. (Guardian)
  • The Chemical Brothers discuss two decades of fame and the changing face of dance music in this in-depth, retrospective interview. (The Guardian)
  • Mike Grant’s Moods & Grooves label has put together one of Detroit’s best discographies. Here’s a look into how it all happened. (Resident Advisor)
  • Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn discusses his lifelong vinyl obsession. (Fact)
  • Glastonbury may be the world’s most celebrated music festival, but it’s still got its fair share of strange moments. (Thump)
  • Case in point – here are 15 of the strangest things overheard at Glastonbury’s dance tents this year. (Thump)
  • Todd Terje and Jaga Jazzist’s Lars Horntveth find common ground in this joint interview. (XLR8R)
  • Matthew Collin recalls the Berlin Love Parade of 1992 and reveals how it was inspired by the UK’s Summer of Love. (Mixmag)
  • What causes once-loved records to become nothing more than a punchline? (Thump)
  • Touch Sensitive, one of Australia’s favourite dance music exports, runs through his favourite Nu Disco tracks. (DJ Mag)
  • A roundup of the tracks that are currently making waves at Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • A comprehensive look at all of James Murphy’s post-LCD Soundsystem projects. (FACT)
  • A timeline of pop's biggest producers. (Verge)
  • A rundown of the 14 Most Powerful Artists in EDM. (Billboard)
  • She’s Radio 1’s champion of new music, the successor to Zane Lowe and John Peel, but she’s also the boss of a booming clubbing brand. We go poolside in Palm Springs to find out: what does Annie Mac know that other DJs don’t? (Guardian)
  • A timeline of pop's biggest producers. (Verge)
  • Breaking down the magic behind All Day I Dream: Lee Burridge weighs in on his sacred space. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Jamie Jones: The UK's biggest house DJ. (Mixmag)
  • Matthew Collin recalls the Berlin Love Parade of 1992 and reveals how it was inspired by the UK’s Summer of Love. (Mixmag)
  • An in-depth look into Binh’s subtly charming sound and his success in moving beyond the insular world of minimal house. (Resident Advisor)
  • Is Sonar Festival getting too big for its own good? (Thump)
  • Note to future Skrillex-interviewers – do your research. (Your EDM)
  • Need a DJ booth with plenty of storage space? Here’s how to build your own using IKEA parts. (Data Transmission)
  • Bangface: Neo-rave utopia. (RA)
  • Leftfield interview: ‘Music used to be about a position’. (Independent - Matt Munday)
  • Chris York of SJM Concerts explains how to get that giant show from initial booking to happy artist playing a packed stadium or park. (Guardian)
  • Giorgio Moroder changed pop forever with the bassline of Donna Summer’s 1977 disco classic I Feel Love. Alexis Petridis finds out who are among the star guests on his new solo album, Deja-vu. (Guardian)
  • Miguel Campbell tells Rich West about the trials of following his own path with the style of music he wanted to create when all around him were taking the quick path to the mainstream. (Sun - Rich West)
  • Why DJs need to ditch those goddamn masks. (Pulse)
  • The tracks that ruled the 2015 Ibiza opening parties. (Pulse)
  • Is Jamie xx the Sam Smith of dance music? (Guardian)
  • Dutch king Willem-Alexander was invited to Chicago, the birthplace of House music, to talk about the industry at a dinner hosted by the School Of House. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • A nine-year-old DJ’d on the main stage at Sunset Music Festival in Tampa, Florida the other week. Is it a sign of just how watered down modern electronic music has become? (Dancing Astronaut)
  • 30 Under 30 in music: The class of 2015. Featuring Afrojack, Arca, Martin Garrix, DJ Mustard, Porter Robinson and FKA Twigs (Forbes)
  • The day I learned to stop hating laptop DJs. (Medium - DJ Rob Swift)
  • The Arches and the trouble with UK nightlife. (Resident Advisor)
  • Quality, quantity and diversity - Andrew Ryce explains why US newcomer Matrixxman is ticking all of the boxes. (Resident Advisor)
  • As the 2015 Ibiza season begins, the gladiators enter the arena. Who will triumph? (Mixmag)
  • Australian star Flume thought he was making strange downtempo tunes – but they’re making people dance the world over. (Guardian)
  • Armin van Buuren chats about recording his latest record and gushes over how far dance music has come since he first broke through. (Billboard)
  • Armin van Buuren just dropped this Game Of Thrones trance remix. (Billboard)
  • Ten WallsGFOTY and Boddika have all said hateful things of late – so are they isolated bigots or symptomatic of a wider intolerance? (Guardian)
  • 10 legendary DJs, including Aphex Twin, Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim, give their verdict on EDM. (Thump)
  • Some key takeaways from Major Lazer’s recent Reddit AMA. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Adult Swim recently announced their annual Singles Program release schedule, including some eye-catching singles from the likes of Skrillex, Run The Jewels and Flying Lotus. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • A retrospective look at the factors that led to Daft Punk permanently adopting their robot personas. (Your EDM)
  • Product placement is increasingly creeping into the lyrics of popular music, according to a study. (Times)
  • A  tiny club night in West Yorkshire has become the unlikely destination for electronica’s leading lights. Just get there before bedtime, says Tony Naylor. (Guardian)
  • Harangue The DJ: Awesome Tapes From Africa (Guardian)
  • More internet reaction to Ten Walls’ infamous post. (Thump)
  • Here's what we learned at the International Music Summit in Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Five things we learnt at IMS Ibiza. (RotD)
  • Fatboy Slim: 'Make no mistake: EDM will crash and burn'. (Thump)
  • Want to know what the hottest tracks of the Circo Loco opening were? Look no further. (Mixmag)
  • Veteran DJ and artist Laurent Garnier discusses clubland longevity. (XLR8R)
  • Superstar DJs Axel Hedfors and Sebastian Ingrosso made their names as members of Swedish House Mafia — now they’re back as a duo and ready to get London raving again, they tell David Smyth. (Standard)
  • Jamie xx explains why going solo with his debut album, In Colour, suits him just fine. (Guardian2 p4-6 Alexis Petridis)
  • This is who Shamir is. (Noisey)
  • George FitzGerald on how the downsides of life on the road inspired his debut album. (ResidentAdvisor)
  • Staying up for 24 hours in Ibiza is far too easy. Having an efficient and organised IMSexperience requires much stronger mettle. (Thump)
  • Inside EDM festival TomorrowWorld's massive $94 million economic impact. (Forbes)
  • Some predictions of the soon-to-be anthems from this year’s Ibiza. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • Holly Herndon discusses her new album Platform and takes Capitalism to task. (FACT)
  • Diplo doesn’t care if you hate him, he just wants to be on your mind. (YourEDM)
  • 10 Tracks the stood out at Detroit’s Movement Festival this year. (Mixmag)
  • Len Faki gave some insight into his future creative agenda in a recent rare interview. (DJ Broadcast)
  • If you’re planning to keep your head down this weekend and save some funds for the summer festival season, get yourself educated with this list of dance music’s finest films. (Mixmag)
  • New York’s Storm Rave parties recently had a revival, but just for one night. (Mixmag)
  • This documentary explores the effects of living a life dedicated to clubbing. (DJBroadcast)
  • Recently released on Ostgut TonFunction describes his Berghain 07 mix as “an homage to techno and my interpretation of it”. (ResidentAdvisor)
  • Latin America are apparently the biggest supporters of EDM, according to David Guetta, whereas the US prefers hip hop and rock. (YourEDM)
  • A comprehensive look into the evolution of Black Butter Records, and what’s in store for the future. (DancingAstronaut)
  • Spanish techno artist Psyk will release his new EP on Mote-Evolver, returning to the same label that released his stellar debut Time Foundation in 2014. (Fact)
  • Psy-trance may be a genre that divides opinion like no other, but the sisterhood of psy-trance DJs are undeniably cool. (Thump)
  • Hudson Mohawke discusses his latest full-length, Lanterns, and how he intentionally avoided drafting in major artists for vocal features. (Thump)
  • An insight into three Berlin-based labels who are working as a collective to re-shape the direction of techno. (xlr8r)
  • Two all-female DJ collectives are out to prove there’s no shortage of female talent in electronic music with a 15-hour showcase. (Billboard)
  • The organisers behind Amsterdam's electronic-arts-and-music festival FIBER. (xlr8r)
  • Steve Aoki’s life is becoming a metaphor for the excess of EDM. (Thump)
  • How does Fatboy Slim, a 51-year-old family man, keep the plates spinning as a superstar DJ? (Independent)
  • Hot Chip's Guardian edit. What happens when you give one of Britain’s best-loved pop bands the freedom to commission their own content? An interview with David Byrne, gaming with Peter Serafinowizc and nerding out over synths…(Guardian)
  • Rudimental, four lads from east London, have worked with Bobby Womack and George Clinton — but their new aim is to turn the band into a college, they tell Will Hodgkinson. (Times2)
  • Australia’s EDM scene is finally getting some well-deserved love thanks to the success of indie label Future Classic. (Billboard)
  • Thanks to lucrative fees for DJ sets and the ever-increasing popularity of EDM, DJs are becoming the new rock stars. (Forbes)
  • Zedd has been pulling out all the stops on his True Colors scavenger hunts across the US, giving fans the chance to be whisked away to a secret location to hear a track from his new album. (YourEDM)
  • The Top 10 need-to-know festivals of 2015. (DJBroadcast)
  • A fascinating look at the golden era of New York radio from 1980-1988. (DJBroadcast)
  • Alesso discusses his evolving musicianship, transcending electronic music and what he really thinks about mainstream cynics. (DJMag)
  • Noel Gallagher, somewhat surprisingly, discusses his love of House music. (Vice)

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