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Adidas Originals has dropped a new sneaker collection inspired by aesthetic legacy of acid house. The new ‘Acid House’ pack pays homage to the iconic smiley face, and consists of reconfigured performance silhouettes in new, exclusive colourways. Rave flyers created by Planet Luke, the design studio of DJ Berlin-based DJ and producer Luca Lozano, provide a
This is a small guide of what you need to look out for when researching a reputable, professional and established solar installation company that will guide you and help you through the buying and installation process of solar panels for your home. With increasing awareness of solar power in South Africa, more and more property
Dance music’s glorious past has been increasingly easy to hear for more than a decade now thanks to the endless outlay of DJ sets online. By now, all a curious listener really needs to do is follow some Mixcloud or SoundCloud users who regularly upload new rips of old sets, and you can glean the
Steve Aoki wants to make music with Elon Musk according to an interview with the Dim Mak boss and EDM titan. Sitting down on the couch to talk shop and shoot the breeze for BuzzFeed’s AM to DM live morning show, Aoki suggested that one of the world’s foremost business innovators could be a great
Two weeks ago, Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold became the first DJs to ever play at Stonehenge. Now, you can relive some of the highlights from the unique event thanks to a report done by CNN. Playing for an intimate crowd of just 50 guests, Oakenfold played a solo sunset slot before being joined by

IS TECHNOLOGY HELPING OR HURTING DJS?

Is technology helping or hurting DJs? A new documentary by Telekom Electronic Beats looks to answer this question. Taking the form of a round table discussion, heavyweights such as Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Ellen Allien, Steffi and Rebekah share their thoughts on a subject that has long been hotly debated. As technology continues to progress
Sony has announced the PlayStation Classic, a remake of the original console from 1994. The Classic is about half the size of the first machine, and has been updated with an HDMI out and ‘virtual memory cards’, but it will ship with the original style controllers. PlayStation has confirmed the remake will ship with 20
Orbital are back. Hooray! One of the most important electronic bands of the last 30 years have split a couple of times over the years, but the Hartnoll brothers have put their differences aside to reunite once again. And now they’re rocking the Racecourse in Brighton on a windy summer evening, running through some of
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