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Author: Dan Hudson Smith

Techno Institution Music On Returns to Brixton Electric

Music On, the globe trotting techno institution and record label founded by Naples native, Marco Carola, will return to the UK for a trio of dates in March/April. The recently announced dates will see the techno godfather performing at Electric Brixton for three consecutive Fridays, starting on March 25th and finishing up on April 8th. The trio of dates are in-fact part of a series of showcases around the world, from BPM Festival to Miami and Barcelona, all headlined by Carola himself, whilst also featuring the likes of Victor Calderone, Dubfire, Nic Fanciulli & Paco Osuna. Whilst line-ups for the forthcoming London...

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The Chemical Brothers Announced for South West Four

The Chemical Brothers are set to headline South West Four this summer marking the UK electronic duo’s first appearance on London’s Clapham Common for the two day electronic music fiesta. The iconic 2-day festival, now in its 13th year, take place at Clapham Common across the weekend of August 27th and 28th, typically marking the UK’s final bank holiday the year. Alongside Rowlands and Simons on the line-up are Recondite, Hunter/Game, Booka Shade T, Sasha, Sven Väth and Joseph Capriati will DJ with more acts set to be be added in the coming months. Pre-order your tickets for South West...

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Skrillex’s OWSLA Announces 16-Track “Worldwide Broadcast” Compilation

It’s fair to say OWSLA has offered up some pretty darn awesome music since its inception in August 2011. Fronted by dubstep overlord, Skrillex, the vanity project has released music by heavyweights such as KOAN Sound, Jack Beats, Skream, and Alex Metric. Whilst launching the career of Porter Robinson with the release of “Spitfire” EP which marked the debut of both Robinson and the label. So with such a high calibre of artist on the roster and if previous efforts are anything to go by (if you’re not aware see Eggnog “OWSLA Holiday Digital Compilation & OWSLA Spring Compilation...

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Culture Code takes on Galantis “In My Head”

Culture Code is no stranger to taking a track and putting his own spin on it. This time it’s Galantis’s infamous “In My Head”. Whilst staying it the same genre as the original, Culture Code has still managed to make the track his own by accompanying those stand out vocals with a smooth yet subtle orchestral based intro and then bringing the energy at the drop with a catchy top line melody. The track is part of the Galantis – In My Head Remix Contest. Vote...

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