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15 Techno Music Artists You Should Listen To

Despite some protestations the other way, techno music is still the sound of the underground. Eclipsed in recent years by the interstellar success of EDM, which blends elements of trance and progressive house, techno is the genre of choice for black-clad hipsters and...

15 Trance Music Artists You Should Listen To

Trance music is one of the biggest sounds in the world, conjuring up images of packed stadiums and blissed-out euphoria. Starting in Berlin in the 90s before becoming a truly worldwide genre, trance has been dominated by just a few names. The fame of its most...

The Prodigy | No Tourists

The Prodigy, once the darling godfathers of the UK rave scene, have been around now for nearly 30 years. What to do after pioneering an entire sound? The answer for the group is more of the same, delivering a selection of songs that plays like a long-lost greatest...

15 Future Bass Artists You Should Listen To

With its big addictive supersaw chords, booming basslines and trap-inspired beats, Future Bass now has a major stronghold in the pop charts. Started in 2006 in the UK, USA, Australia, Japan and Korea, it is known for its "wobbly" sound, often achieved through applying...

How To Use Ableton Live 9 In 5 Steps (& Produce A Track)

I was the one guy in high school constantly wearing headphones and going to live shows. I played guitar and ran an online radio station with a Winamp plugin, a £20 USB mic and random songs I’d download off Limewire for fun. I obsessively tracked albums I would check...

Tim Hecker | Konoyo

Beauty and brutality collide in Konoyo, Tim Hecker’s latest ambient effort that expertly balances crushing industrial sounds with brief moments of fleeting grace. Composed with the help of a traditional Japanese gaguku ensemble, it expertly bridges the gap between...

House Music | The Genre That Changed Music Forever

“Jack boldly declared "Let There Be House" and House music was born” - Chuck Roberts, 1985 House music is the best of both worlds. While it has undoubtably influenced and altered the pop landscape to a massive effect, it has never lost its edge, still managing to be...

Lone: Endlessly Raving, Endlessly Nostalgic

UK electronic musician Matt Cutler aka Lone has been relentlessly productive for the last decade. The Nottingham native is many things. A producer’s producer with a knack for percussion and arpeggiated melody, a gifted remixer, a cross-over artist, the heir of Boards...

Trance Music | The Sound of Euphoria

With roots in the late 80s UK rave scene, before its true birth in Germany in the early 1990s, trance has quickly developed to be one of the most popular of all dance genres. Seen as a more melodic alternative to both house and techno, it features highly repetitive...

The Basics Of Mastering In 4 Simple Steps

Mastering doesn't have to be a super complicated process. Here's a quick and dirty outline for people who don't want to spend the 10,000 hours becoming a pro engineer and just want your tracks to sound better and a little louder!Basics Of Mastering: 4 Simple StepsStep...

Is FL Studio Worth It?

FL studio is often praised as being one of the best DAWS for music production. We sat down with a long-time user to see how much FL studio is really worth the money. Mark van Rijswijk has been working with Image-Line’s FL Studio for more than a decade and knows the...

Random Access Memories: Daft Punk’s Rediscovery

Over the years, the emotions of music stay the same but the sounds are always changing. Each decade is defined by a new style and old ones get left behind, but some artists seem immune. No matter what happens they’re always onto the next big thing, putting out music...

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