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Groove Armada curate their top eight club cuts right now

Delivered... Jason Black | Scene | Thu 11 Sep 2014 7:00 pm
Groove Armada's Andy Cato and Tom Findlay have hand-crafted the kind of long-standing electronic-music career that most dream of—and many might (metaphorically) kill for. Since the London-based dance duo first surfaced on the scene with 1998’s well-received debut album Northern Star on Tummy Touch, they’ve churned out quality house music year-after-year spanning across seven albums.

FKA Twigs is favored early to win UK’s Mercury Prize, SBTRKT and Andy C drop new music

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Thu 11 Sep 2014 3:00 pm
Welcome to our awesome Thursday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got FKA Twigs sitting safely in pole position to win the UK's influential Mercury Prize, Jimmy Edgar on his own dance label Ultramajic, plus SBTRKT and Andy C are dropping new music in the weeks and months ahead, and so much more. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.

Catch RBMA’s 8-bit music mini-doc ‘Diggin’ In The Carts’ episode 2 now

Delivered... Jason Black | Scene | Thu 11 Sep 2014 2:00 pm
Red Bull Music Academy has revealed the second installment in their six-part documentary series Diggin’ In The Carts that explores the history of classic 8-bit-era Japanese video game music to today. In episode two, “The Outer Reaches of 8-Bit,” we trace the history of influential ’80s-era video games from Sunsoft and Konami like Castlevania, Contra, […]

Listen to BLOND:ISH live at ENTER.Ibiza week 10 now

Delivered... Jason Black | Scene | Wed 10 Sep 2014 10:00 pm
It's that time again to get hyped for Richie Hawtin’s latest installment of his ENTER.Ibiza residency at Space tomorrow night. On tap with another slick mix, is Montreal-bred, Berlin-based dance duo BLOND:ISH (aka Anstascia D'elene and Vivie Ann Bakos). For their memorable two-hour set on the Terrace, the Kompakt stable artists straight-up owned week 10 with an emotive, hypnotic, boundary-pushing selection of tech-house-meets-techno. Sound like your speed? It's quite a deep, melodic ride and you can catch it now.

Watch Skrillex and Noisia bro down in the Netherlands

Delivered... Jason Black | Scene | Wed 10 Sep 2014 7:00 pm
Ready for some mid-week randomness? We've got you covered. Nest HQ has just revealed a new tour video series called Sup Buds — and it's a fun look behind-the-scenes at dance life on the road. First up on tap, it's Dutch drum & bass outfit Noisia — Nik, Martijn, and Thijs — who show Skrillex and the rest of the Owsla squad around their Netherlands hometown of Groningen. (It's the capital city and located in the northern part of the country.) Captured by Nest pal Glenjamn, it's a short, (almost) three-minute, light-hearted look into touring alongside Sonny and his crew, complete with shenanigans, bass, beats, beers, and general bro-ing down.

Jimmy Edgar preps ‘Saline’ EP, works with DJ Rashad

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Wed 10 Sep 2014 5:00 pm
Jimmy Edgar will reveal a new EP next month entitled Saline on his can't-miss Ultramajic label. Apparently, the Detroit artist had been working with Chicago's own DJ Rashad before his death because the footwork pioneer’s voice is sampled on a new cut called "Walk Show," while Edgar delivers his own vocals to "Who’s Watchin."

Investigating US festival drug-testing and Dutch dance phenom Oliver Heldens grows up

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Wed 10 Sep 2014 3:00 pm
Welcome to our action-packed Wednesday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got a new report investigating US festival drug testing, an interview with Dutch dance wunderkind Oliver Heldens, and Basement Jaxx bringing their party antics to London's Notting Hill. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.

Stream Martin Garrix’s Essential Mix now

Delivered... Jason Black | Scene | Wed 10 Sep 2014 2:00 pm
At the tender age of 18, Dutch phenom Martin Garrix has taken the global dance scene by storm. Last year, he released "Animals" which you may have heard. Everywhere. Then, he's followed that up with a slew of Beatport chart-topping tracks like "Temors," "Wizard," "Helicopter," and more. Last Saturday morning in the UK, Garrix (born Martijn Garritsen) presented his BBC 1 Radio Essential Mix to Pete Tong and the fans, and he delivered two solid hours of vital music from Calvin Harris, Hardwell, Flume, Basement Jaxx, Ten Walls, Duck Sauce, Shiba San, and, of course, Garrix himself, split into two distinct halves.

Staff picks: Simian Mobile Disco, Clap! Clap!, Von Party, Juice Man and El-B, Atsuko & Stompbox, and more

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Tue 9 Sep 2014 9:00 pm
Welcome to our latest fall edition of On Rotation, our weekly staff recommendations in house, techno, drum & bass, indie dance, electronica, and more. Let's jump straight in now with these must-listen new releases.

James Murphy remixes US Open tennis in “Match 104”

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Tue 9 Sep 2014 7:00 pm
Tennis anyone? Now how about tennis-generated jams? Recently, former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy partnered with IBM to collaborate on an ingenious musical project. The concept was simple: to create over 400 hours of music from data sourced from tennis matches at this year's US Open competition.

Avicii cancels all tour dates due to health concerns and peruse Aphex Twin’s extensive ‘Syro’ gear list

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Tue 9 Sep 2014 3:00 pm
Welcome to our tight Tuesday edition of the Morning Roundup. Today, we’ve got Avicii cancelling all tour dates so he can rest up and recuperate, get a gander at Aphex Twin's massive gear list for Syro, and Pioneer definitely playing coy on the sale of its DJ division. Right this way for our complete wrap-up.

Catch the trailer for the new Daft Punk movie

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Tue 9 Sep 2014 2:00 pm
Eden, a new film portraying the rise of '90s electronic music in France that features a fictionalized version of Daft Punk, has just released a short trailer. The story centers around Sven Love, a French DJ and brother of director Mia Hansen-Løve, who confirmed that the French robotic duo were integral in the development of the film. "Daft Punk have read the script and agreed to help us. We hear three of their songs in the film; without their consent, the project could not succeed."

Deadmau5 shares Entropy 2015 tour teaser videos

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Tue 9 Sep 2014 11:00 am
In the midst of his ongoing legal battle with Disney over trademarking his signature mouse head, Deadmau5 has floated out two teaser videos for his new live tour called Entropy, slated to launch next year in 2015. Although the black-and-white videos don't offer much in the way of tell-tale visuals (wait for it), Joel Zimmerman has said recently that his new live experience will be the most ambitious one yet.

Explore what kind of DJ career path suits you best

Delivered... Beatport News Editors | Scene | Tue 9 Sep 2014 8:00 am
The best advice any modern professional DJ could give you is short and sweet: Stay true to yourself. But then the burning question becomes, who are you as a DJ and what works best for you as a future career path? Fortunately, DJ Tech Tools is here to help. In a new feature-length article, the Bay Area-based community site explores three various kinds of DJs including the technical DJ, the producer DJ, and the local club DJ, as well as the differences between each of these three DJ archetypes technically, creatively, and even financially.

Stream Simian Mobile Disco’s ‘Whorl’ LP in full now

Delivered... Jason Black | Scene | Mon 8 Sep 2014 9:00 pm
For the recording of their new album Whorl, UK electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco (aka James Ford and Jas Shaw) trekked out to Pioneertown, a small California desert community near the Joshua Tree National Park, where they played a local saloon with a skeletal live setup. The result of their landmark performance formed the basis of their newly released fourth album dropping this week on ANTI-. Stream Whorl in its hour-long entirety accompanied by some stunning oscillating visuals now.
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