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  ROLI has been making waves in the MIDI controller space since the release of its uniquely tactile Seaboard keyboard interface in 2015, and now counts artists as varied as Stevie Wonder, Hans Zimmer and Grimes among its many fans. The London-based company has now bundled its BLOCKS series with a suite of powerful production software in its
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
Underworld have announced a series of intimate club shows in November and December this year. Karl Hyde and Rick Smith will visit Amsterdam twice and play at East London venue Village Underground three times. Explaining the band’s decision behind these more intimate venues, Smith said: “In 2017 we reconnected with a personal joy of performing in small venues
The Prodigy have released a new track, ‘We Live Forever’. The high-octane track, featuring an Ultramagnetic MCs vocal hook, is taken from their forthcoming album ‘No Tourists’, which will be released on November 2. Of the new album, Liam Howlett said: “In these times we live in people have become lazier and forgotten how to explore. Too
Back in July, Beatport introduced a new Hype Charts feature to its website to “strengthen its commitment to developing independent music and labels”, give smaller labels “greater visibility” and make it easier to identify unique and upcoming music from all over the world. With approximately 25,000 new releases added to the store each week, these Hype Charts
Paul van Dyk has spoken out about his life-threatening stage fall during a candid interview at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event. The accident, which occurred during a performance for A State Of Trance back in 2016, left van Dyk with serious spinal and brain injuries, resulting in a three-month recovery period for the German trance legend.
In the great mirror ball of history, there’s always one velvet rope to be on the right side of. And once upon a time, on April 26, 1978, in a sleazy neighborhood of West 54th Street between 8th and Broadway, in a former TV studio costing $400,000, Studio 54’s Qualuude- fuelled dancefloor gyrated to a
It is not too much of an exaggeration to say that dance music entered a brave new world on February 26, 2001, when Daft Punk released their second album. ‘Discovery’ is one of the most important dance music releases of this, or any era; a record that anticipated the digital music age, the pivotal importance
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