Top 20 Prince Songs Between 1994 and 2014
Apr22

Top 20 Prince Songs Between 1994 and 2014

In 1994, as a result of Prince not being happy with the fact that he didn't own the master recordings of his music, and with his record label wanting the highly prolific artist to slow down the release schedule for those albums, he began a battle to get free of his lucrative Warner Brothers recoding contract. After a nasty and very public two-year fight, he was free, and has spent the ensuing decades releasing singles and records...

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Watch Flume and Future Classic’s new documentaries right now
Apr20

Watch Flume and Future Classic’s new documentaries right now

Your lazy Sunday plans are sorted, as Flume and Future Classic’s highly anticipated documentaries ‘When Everything Was New’ and ‘Sleepless’ are out. Released exclusively Apple Music, both films give something of coming of age story for Flume and the local label that found him; how both grew from humble beginnings into the globally recognised names they are today. Stream them here. For those of us not on...

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Dimension to mix Fabriclive 98
Apr18

Dimension to mix Fabriclive 98

London-based drum& bass producer, Dimension, known, among other things, for his residency at Amnesia in Ibiza, mixed his first official Fabriclive mix. Stringing together a collection of 56 tunes from the likes of Skrillex, deadmau5, Andy C, Sub Focus, and Chase & Status, alongside a handful of exclusive productions, Dimension presents a definitive snapshot of drum-n-bass in 2018. Fabricive 98’s 56-strong tracklist also...

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DJ Mag North America: 10 reasons to read our April stateside issue
Apr18

DJ Mag North America: 10 reasons to read our April stateside issue

Here’s some scoop on the life of us raver scribes. We calculate the arrival of springtime a bit differently than other folks. It goes something like this:  1. Like everyone else, even DJ Mag staffers turn back our clocks allowing for one extra hour of sunlight in the day. 2. A few hundred thousand of dance music’s cavalry jet to South Beach, FL, for Ultra Music Festival and Miami Music Week, where they rage for days and nights with an...

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Dutch 'singing road' proclaimed 'psychological torture'
Apr15

Dutch 'singing road' proclaimed 'psychological torture'

A Netherlands village’s attempt to discourage distracted driving seems only to have further diverted drivers’ and villagers’ attention from safe driving practices. Local officials of the coastal province of Friesland sought to “make a cultural event” of the issue of distracted driving by establishing a “singing road.” Road crews painted approximately 490 feet of the newly paved 124-mile length of the popularly traveled road with...

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