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Maya Jane Coles Wants You to "Werk" on Devious New Single

The UK producer's sophomore album 'Take Flight' is out August 4.
Alexander Iadarola
7.21.17
Features

Six Artists Tell You How to Quit Your Corporate Job and Pursue Music

TOKiMONSTA, Anthony Parasole, and more offer their tips on leaving a nine to five for the dancefloor.
Will Caiger-Smith
7.13.17
Pride 2017

The Unsung History of Circuit Parties, Where Gay Men Seek Sex and Freedom

How hedonistic marathon raves became a unique LGBTQ tradition.
Steve Weinstein
6.21.17
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Aroop Roy's “Abale” Gives a Tale of Homeland Sorrow a Dancefloor Spin

The track from the London producer's new EP features Gasper Nali, a Malawi singer with a message.
Krystal Rodriguez
6.20.17
Features

The New Berghain & 9 More Things We Love on the Dance Music Internet

Terrence Parker, Eris Drew, Chino Amobi and more make our list of the week's best things.
Britt Julious
6.17.17
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Fabric's Cat-Naming Contest is the Truest Display of PLUR

Or should we say, PURR?
Krystal Rodriguez
6.9.17
Features

This Is the Best Book You'll Read About Queer Nightlife This Year

Peter Ackroyd's 'Queer City' is a powerful reminder of the importance of pleasure.
Josh Baines
6.8.17
Features

Looking Back at Labyrinth, the East London Rave that Still Lives Long in the Memory

We spoke to Joe Wieczorek, promoter of the legendary Dalston club night.
Nick Thompson
6.5.17
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Scuba, Eats Everything and More in the DJ World React to the London Attacks

Seven people were killed yesterday in attacks in the UK city.
Britt Julious
6.4.17
Features

Deadboy's Debut Album Was Inspired by Rihanna's Use of Repetition

The Montreal-via-London producer discusses the ten records he listened to while making 'Earth Body.'
Erik Leijon
5.30.17
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Seb Wildblood's New Track for Banoffee Pies Delivers Therapeutic Deep House

"Coconut Oil" will be released on an EP also featuring work from Jon Sable, Tell, and more.
Alexander Iadarola
5.1.17
Spotlight

The Rhythm Method Are Keeping It Together for the Kids

With only a few songs and an Elton John co-sign, two friends from London are soundtracking a hungover generation.
Josh Baines
4.27.17