Watch a Live Performance Masterclass From Octave One
The Detroit legends detail their live set with Point Blank.

For their latest masterclass video feature, Point Blank have invited Detroit duo Lenny and Lawrence Burden (a.k.a. Octave One) to perform and explain their setup. In the video, Lenny and Lawrence play…

Maayan Nidam Plots North American Tour
The Perlon mainstay will touch down for six shows in the US.

Maayan Nidam has announced a North American tour. The Perlon artist will play six shows in the United States, starting this coming Friday, September 15, at regular haunt Flash in Washington DC, which …

Terrence Dixon Shares Track From New Album
Out-ER will drop the 21-track album '12,000 Miles Of Twilight' on July 3.

Detroit producer Terrence Dixon’s latest outing will be a 21-track album titled 12,000 Miles Of Twilight. The LP is set to drop on Italian label Out-ER, following on from Orlando Voorn and Juan …

Aftertouch Celebrates One-Year Anniversary With Robin Ordell
Friday's event in San Francisco will kick off Ordell's debut US tour.

This Friday, San Francisco’s Aftertouch crew will celebrate their one-year anniversary with Robin Ordell. The event will put a cap on a breakout year for the rising promoters, one that has broug…

Premiere: Stream a Track from DJ W!LD's New LP
'Techno City' will drop via W!LD's W imprint in April.

Parisian Circoloco resident DJ W!LD is set to release his latest full-length, Techno City, via his own W label on April 3. Techno City will be W!LD’s first album in over two years, and is a noti…

Get Familiar: Niko Marks
We hear the story of Niko Marks, whose 44th studio album, 'Day of Knowing,' was released on February 10 on Carl Craig's Planet E Communications.

For an artist with well over 50 releases under his belt—including EPs and albums on Planet E, Delsin, Ornaments, EMI, Submerge, and U2X Productions, where the majority of his outings have landed—Detro…

Chela Una 'Serotonin Flux'

Based out of La Puente, California, Chela Una pushes a singular sound that focuses on her stylized vocals. Her music comes from an array of influences ranging from heavy metal, techno, and freestyle t…

Bubblin' Up: Jay Daniel
One of Detroit's most promising artists muses on his thought-provoking debut album and career so far.

Jay Daniel’s debut release, 2013’s Scorpio Rising EP, arrived just a few months after the young Detroit artist first picked up an MPC. Although it slightly lacked cohesion, the EP and its 2014 follow-…

Podcast 451: Lord RAJA
The rising New York beatsmith serves up 50 minutes of his own unreleased RAJA material.

New Yorker Chester Raj Anand (a.k.a. Lord RAJA) understands beats. After all, the Ghostly International recruit has led a life deep in the rhythms. His biography indicates that he made his first tune …

Studio Essentials: Octave One
The Burden Brothers detail their musical essentials for when they are on the road.

The Burden Brothers’ connection with their machines runs deep. Lenny and Lawrence, siblings from Detroit, are the core members of one of techno history’s most pivotal acts (with Lorne, Lynell and Lanc…

Edit Select to Embark on Mini US Tour Starting in July
The prolific DJ-producer is set to headline three dates in Los Angeles, Detroit, and New York.

UK-based Tony Scott has been spinning and producing electronic music since the early nineties under various aliases before forging a longtime creative outlet in the Edit Select moniker. His straightfo…

Kevin Over 'OK Villa'

Having broken through with 2015’s Retrovision EP on Noir Music, Kevin Over has earned himself quite a reputation through the variety in his DJ sets and productions, the sub-genres of which span …

Artist Tips: Ryan Elliott
The famed DJ-producer gives his words of advice for recording a studio mix.

There’s been a great sense of anticipation ever since it was announced that Ryan Elliott had been enrolled for the 88th fabric mix instalment. The American Berghain/Panorama Bar resident has gro…

Metroplex Preps New EPs for Summer
Three new records are on the way from Population One, Kimyon and Arnold Steiner.

Juan Atkins’ long-serving Metroplex Records has announced the release of three new EPs due out this summer. First up is Terrence Dixon under his Population One guise, who returns to the Detroit …

Photo Gallery: Discwoman at Movement Detroit

This year marked the second annual Discwoman after-party at Movement Detroit, held on May 28 at UFO Factory. Discwoman has gained considerable notoriety since its inception in 2014 as a musical platfo…

Movement 2016: Winners & Losers
We came, we raved, we commented.

Photos by: AJ Calzada, Chris Soltis, Douglas Wojciechowski, Mark Kruk, Brandon Rabotnick, Luis Nieto Dickens, Miranda Castillo, and Jeremiah Green. Interviews by: AJ Calzada. Winner: Kraftwerk 3D This…

Max Graef & Glenn Astro The Yard Work Simulator
The German duo hone in on a sound that borrows from the past in their latest full-length for Ninja Tune.

Essen’s Glenn Astro and Berlin’s Max Graef are dedicated vinyl buffs. Cold, mechanical dance tracks don’t get them hot under the collar. For the most part they favour deeply dug nuggets of jazz, disco…

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