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Toolroom Presents: Doorly & Friends 01 EP

The ever enchanting Toolroom Records recently gave highly reputed producer Doorly a fantastic platform to showcase dream collaborations, by launching an exciting new series dedicated to the artist’s phenomenal soundscape called ‘ 330 more words

EP Release

The banks are always on holidays

So….Had full intentions of staying in and chilling for the bank holiday weekend, because I really really need a weekend off, but it got to Friday, and……yeah. 293 more words

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Track of the Day: I Want To Leave My Body - Green Velvet

Taking house music back to Chicago.

14 Years after Frankie Knuckles had moved house music out onto the scene, Curtis Alan Jones dropped out of graduate school in Illinois and returned to Chicago to follow a route in house music, pathing the way as one of the most influential and original artists of his time. 193 more words

Track Of The Day

Web Review 2: Is Dubstep Avant Garde Musical Genius?

What is dubstep? I mean what REALLY is dubstep? I think that is a question more and more people are asking themselves now-a-days. This video explains more of what dubstep is, its roots and how hard it can be to listen to. 154 more words

COPY PASTE SOUL | THE PUSH EP

WORDS BY LOUIS HAINES OF MUSIC FOR MY FRIENDS.

COPY PASTE SOUL isn’t one to rest on his laurels. When we caught up with him back in May, he’d just re-launched his 2swords label and was promising a few releases to set out his stall on his own terms again. 330 more words

EP Reviews

ADE finalises line up with Armin van Buuren, Skream, Seth Troxler among many others!


One of dance music’s most prestigious events, Amsterdam Dance Event, which kicks off on the 15th of October, has released the complete line up for the event, which includes the likes of… 103 more words

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Kompany Kreeps

Career fairs suck. I’ve been going to them for the past 3 years and every single time it’s the same shit. Get registered, enter a clusterfuck of recruiters and students, engage in small-talk, drop a resume, and leave. 310 more words