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You can now tune in to Mutha FM every weekday morning and catch Droid behind the mic with his flamboyant persona entertaining you in the early hours Monday to Friday from 9am till 12pm lunch time. Each day has its own theme that fits into the electronic spectrum with Monday being the Indie/ Nu-Disco vibe,
The world has gone through a difficult time over the past few years and every club scene needs support from its locals to regrow, flourish and get back its passion and beautiful glory. Pete Tong speaks to us about just that, and Ibiza Classics, “unfinished business” with Goldie and the protecting the electronic music scene
Mustard sales are soon to go through the roof! Snoop Dogg has filed a trademark for ‘Snoop Doggs’ to launch his very own hot dog company. Billboard reported that the rapper’s lawyers had filed an intent-to-use application for the name at the federal US Patent and Trademark Office earlier this week. Snoop is allegedly intending to
We have all seen pop-businesses over the past years that come in for a short time or a semi permanent period, make a big impacted and then relocate or disrepair. We are now starting to see this more and more in the clubbing sector with a more pro-active position on the pandemic resolutions. A new
A number of Berlin techno legends have contributed remixes for the soundtrack of the long-awaited Matrix sequel Ahead of The Matrix Resurrections hitting cinemas on December 22, the film’s soundtrack is coming out on December 17. The film’s original score has been created by electronic musician Johnny Kilmek and Run Lola Run director and composer Tom Tykwer. The duo
An artist has created perfect replicas of famous album artworks including a spread of electronic artists such as Apex Twin, The Prodigy, Daft Punk, and more — from LEGO. Adnan Lotia is a designer using LEGO bricks as his main material, but has since switched to digital LEGO creations, posting pictures of the finished products

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A new survey conducted by MRC Data, a data company providing information on music sales, has found that Generation Z buy more vinyl records than their millennial counterparts. 4,041 individuals aged 13 and up were questioned over the course of two weeks about their musical influences, inspirations and purchases, with 15% of Gen Z respondents claiming
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