detroit’s norm talley might have started out producing back in 1997, but it’s hard to imagine he’s been more popular than he is now, in 2014.
it’s fair to say john barera and will martin have now done enough to be celebrated as much more than the dudes who provided steffi with the best track on her panorama bar 05 mix last year.
the welcome revival of ferox records continues apace here with a fresh sounding new ep from lerosa.
rise festival is a brand new musical and alpine adventure taking place in the french alps between 13th and 20th december this year.
craig richards is a great dj, few would – could – argue with that, but why?
undoubtedly one of the breakout house producers of the last year or so is john barera.
planned between saturday october 24th and sunday november 2nd, this year the sister festival to demf has got a mini tour lined up ahead of the main event, it will see 15 parties take place around europe and comes hot on the heels of movement vs dc 10 in ibiza.
having just hosted a successful festival in the city, dutch promotion crew dgtl have now announced their intentions for this year’s ade.
on friday august 29th, leeds’ foremost intimate underground party is having an end of summer/start of the new season party with a selection of their closest dj friends.
romanian born but germany based borrowed identity has been building momentum for a while now.
from september through to new year’s day 2015, birmingham’s the rainbow is to host a series of big events to celebrate a decade in the game.
london’s own charlie bennett has been grafting tirelessly at the electronic coalface for the best part of two decades now.
movement might best be know as the electronic festival that takes place in both detroit and turin, but in the coming weeks it is also to be a club night at ibiza’s dc10.
one thing that seems to have characterised the stateside edm explosion is collaboration.
a trio of big nights is coming to birmingham between the 8th and 10th august 2014.
for the tenth release on the nothing special, craig richards presents us with a reissue of a sought-after 2004 ep from josh brent, or as he’s probably better known, schatrax.
deetron classes himself as “somewhere in between” house and techno, and that’s probably a fair self-assessment of the swiss man’s sound.
jennifer cardini is the french dj synonymous with serious selections that call on electro, classically inclined house and techno and more besides.
the manchester institution has unveiled a load of special celebrations in honour of the fact it has now been in operation for two whole decades.