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‘TOTAL SOLIDARITY’ compilation raises funds for LGBTQIA+ organisations

Polish LGBTQIA and non-binary platform and feminist collective Oramics is donating proceeds from its new 120-track compilation, titled ‘TOTAL SOLIDARITY’, to two Polish queer organisations: Kampania Przeciw Homofobii and Miłość Nie Wyklucza. Both organisations monitor homophobia, provide all kind of support for queer people and have agreed to help Oramics redistribute the proceeds throughout LGBTQIA+ organizations in smaller cities […]

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Björk’s ‘Utopia’ boxset will contain birdcall flutes, obviously

Björk’s releasing a boxset of her 2017 album ‘Utopia’ and it’ll contain 14 handmade birdcall flutes. The Icelandic singer’s career has been a unique one so the inclusion of such products come as no real surprise really. Each one, selected by Björk, comes with instructions and with details on the types of birdcall. If you’re wondering what […]

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Mad Professor’s dub version of Massive Attack’s ‘Mezzanine’ is coming on vinyl

21 years since its original release, Massive Attack will be releasing a previously unheard dub version of their album ‘Mezzanine’ from British dub icon Mad Professor. Last year – in true Massive Attack style – the band celebrated the 20th anniversary of ‘Mezzanine’ by encoding the album into DNA molecules. One year on and we are being treated with a […]

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Die Antwoord dropped from festivals following alleged homophobic hate crime

A video of Die Antwoord and members of their entourage attacking Hercules & Love Affair co-founder Andy Butler at Future Music Festival in Adelaide, Austraila, in 2012 has surfaced online. The video was captured by the South African rap group’s former videographer Ben Crossman. It shows Die Antwoord member Ninja approaching Butler and spitting in his face, prompting Butler to throw […]

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The Prodigy are back in the studio – News – Mixmag

The Prodigy have shared a photo saying they are back in the studio. It’s the first time they’re working on music since the passing of band member Keith Flint, as stated in a Facebook photo post showing Liam Howlett using some equipment. The post read: “Back in the studio making noise. Brand new Prodigy tunes are gonna roll. Boooom.” […]

The inquest into the death of Gideon Dawson has heard the legendary rave promoter died from health complications caused by taking a cocktail of drugs, including morphine he was prescribed after breaking multiple ribs. Dawson, who co-founded the Fantazia raves in the early 90s, was found dead aged 51 in his home in Cheltenham on April 14 […]

Swedish DJ and producer, Jeremy Olander, is delivering his first-ever mix album through Balance Music. Olander explains his approach to his Balance mix album: “Itʼs a body of work that I hope will appeal to my old fans that have been following me since the start, but also strike a chord with people that might not […]

Far Out Recordings will kick off its 25th anniversary celebrations with a series of limited edition vinyl 12″s, the first being a reissue of Global Communication’s ‘Space Jazz’ remix of Azymuth’s ‘Jazz Carnival’, which was originally released in 1996. The track has been remastered from the original DAT, and will be made available on digital format for […]

London clubbing mecca Ministry of Sound has announced its full programme of shows this winter. Anek and Icarus will kick off the winter schedule on October 26, with a special Halloween party On November 2, Jonas Blue will drop by the club, while Simon Dunmore’s ever-impressive Glitterbox party will take place on November 9. boasting performances from Honey Dijon (pictured) and Dimitri from Paris. […]

Multi-faceted artist Frank Ocean is launching a new queer club night in NYC. The title for the party is PrEP+, which also stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis, “a way for people who do not have HIV but who are at very high risk of getting HIV to prevent HIV infection by taking a pill every day,” according to […]

Banksy’s new online shop, Gross Domestic Product, is now open. The store follows an IRL launch in Croydon earlier this month, where the illusive artist installed a pop-up shop beneath a gym on a dismal British street. The Bristol artist is going ham on merch after he claimed a greetings card company was trying to rip him off. […]

Ballantine’s True Music Series has released a new documentary titled Communities Behind the Dancefloor, going in-depth on the stories behind four gamechanging clubs from across the globe. Glasgow’s home of rowdy ceiling-hitters Sub Club, Beirut’s unique pyramid structure The Gärten (pictured), Barcelona’s long-running landmark Nitsa x Apolo, and former NYC house and techno haven Output, which closed down at the start of this […]

A London-based DJ is starting up the capital’s first accessible club event for adults with disabilities and their carers. DJ Tony Gurney, aka Groover The Barbarian, is set to run his d’n’b and jungle special from Omeara in London Bridge on November 16. As someone who lives with Crohn’s Disease and Fibromyalgia and having been a child […]

Belgian DJ-producer, Charlotte de Witte is releasing two new EPs via her label, KNTXT on November 15. These will be the first releases on the label since its debut collaborative release with Chris Liebing, ‘Liquid Slow’ in September The ‘Selected’ EP focuses on straight techno with an acid influence – a representation of the motif de Witte likes to […]

Joy Orbison has a new EP titled ‘Slipping’ coming out on October 18. The six-track effort marks his first outing of 2019. It will be released through the Hinge Finger label he co-founded with Will Bankhead. Lead track ‘Burn’ features Infinite and Mansur Brown, creating a smooth sound touching on downtempo by pairing warm bassweight and organic percussion. They […]


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