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Hear the latest upfront dance music we found using Trackhunter on our bi-weekly DJ mix podcast.
Tat - Friday, June 16, 2023
For the hot month of June we dig through the myriad of new hip hop and beats releases available on Bandcamp. We've struck gold multiple times and have some truly scorching beats and rhymes to play in ..
Brenden Jones - Friday, June 9, 2023
This week we dig into the latest Indie Dance charts. Electro vibes, Spaced out drops and thumping beats.
Tat - Friday, May 5, 2023
We've got some great tracks lined up for this month's podcast with new releases from Om Unit, Jeff Mills, Si Begg alongside a few old underground classics that have been brought back to life.
Brenden Jones - Friday, April 21, 2023
Over an hour of the latest progressive house and techno can be found on this weeks Trackhunter podcast..
Tat - Friday, March 24, 2023
This latest Trackhunter podcast keeps things largely uptempto with a strong leaning towards proper house music. In amongst the new sounds found on Traxsource are a few hot promos thrown in for good me..
Brenden Jones - Friday, March 10, 2023
This week at Trackhunter we jump feet first into a selection of the latest progressive house and techno..
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By Tat - Wednesday, November 15, 2023
If ever there was a truism to the statement ‘Selection trumps the mix’ then it belongs to Aficionado. A party built around the ethos of great music first and foremost, no posturing, no influencers, no hype, just selections of the finest order. To mark 25 years since that first party in 1998, hosts Jason Boardman and Moonboots have curated a compilation that captures the Aficionado sound. We spoke to Jason ahead of the album release and a couple of select parties to coincide with this special release and anniversary.Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, October 25, 2023
Richard Norris is an exception to the rule, that as most artists get older their productivity and quality of music stagnates and often declines. Yet over 40 years on from his first teenage kicks with music and the St Albans punk group Innocent Vicars, Norris continues to flourish and grow as a musician. This has been most noticeable in the last decade or so with his collaborations and solo works which have navigated dub, ambient, psychedelic music in expert fashion. There is no sign of slowing down following the release of Oracle Sound Volume One with Norris reminding us th..Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, September 27, 2023
There is no disputing Steve Proctor’s influence on the British music scene, as a DJ, club and live music promoter, producer, remixer, label boss, band and artist manager, writer and champion of good music. Despite an unsettled childhood that saw him move from England to Canada a few times and eventually living with his grandparents, music became the thread that would ground him from that point on. From an early age it was clear that he had an ear for sound and a keen eye for emerging trends and embryonic scenes here in the UK and the U.S.. That early drive for discovering n..Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, August 23, 2023
There is a famous meme on the internet which appeared in the New Yorker, which relates to the ‘self-inflicted’ problem of large record collections. In the image, seen below, a record collector says to his friend: “The two things that really drew me to vinyl were the expense and the inconvenience”.Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, July 26, 2023
Whatever DJ or dance music forum you spend your time on, no doubt you will have come across a post which divides opinion more than anything else; vinyl versus digital. Do not worry, we are not going to go down that shady avenue but instead leave those two giants to continue their ongoing fight for justice. Instead, we thought it would be interesting to look at some of the fringe and forgotten formats that have hosted electronic music over the last few decades. There is of course the CD and in more recent years the revival of the tape cassette which both have their important..Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, May 31, 2023
Following on from last month’s ‘Top 10 UK Dance Festivals for 2023’ we thought we’d cast our eyes further afield and select a few of the best parties on the continent this summer. Going overseas to festivals has become much more commonplace in recent years, largely due to the cost of flights and the chance you might stay dry and warm for the weekend. Here are Trackhunter’s 10 Euro picks for this coming summer, from the small discerning party right up to the epic hardcore bang fest.Read More
We’re looking for enthusiastic YOUNG dance music DJs to take part in a research study to understand how DJs discover new dance tracks.
We need DJs who are building a career in the music business and actively growing their fanbase.
If you're interested and are between 18 to 30 years old then we want to hear from you please.
We're not being ageist we've simply got enough 30+ DJs :)