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Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Hear the latest upfront dance music we found using Trackhunter on our bi-weekly DJ mix podcast.

#109 Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Brenden Jones - Friday, July 3, 2020

Taking you on a trip through afro house to deep progressive techno

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#108 Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Tat - Friday, June 19, 2020

We might be in Lockdown but the great music just keeps on coming with notable new releases by The Juan MacLen, Luke Vibert and Autarkic to name but a few

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#107 Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Brenden Jones - Friday, June 5, 2020

In this months podcast by Brenden we have ninety minutes of the latest deep house and melodic techno to get you in the mood

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#106 Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Tat - Friday, May 22, 2020

The world might be in Lockdown but that's not stopping artists deliver some of the best music in a long time in one of our most eclectic Trackhunter Podcasts to date

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#105 Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Brenden Jones - Friday, May 8, 2020

A selection of deep melodic techno . spanning across dark basslines to uplifting breaks

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#104 Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Tat - Friday, April 24, 2020

A fantastic mixed bag of tracks in the latest Trackhunter Podcast with Tat - motoring Electro, anthemic House music, bass heavy modern Rave and deep chugging Disco

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If you eat, sleep and dream about dance music like we do, you'll get a proper kick out of our blog.. stories, interviews, reviews you name it, if it's worth reading, it's here.

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The show must go on - Dance music parties and festivals you can still enjoy in Lockdown

By Tat - Wednesday, July 1, 2020

As we move into the summer months thoughts turn to all of the festivals and live events that countless music fans would have been hoping to attend. With classic Glastonbury coverage on the radio and television over the last weekend it’s hard not to lament a summer that will pass without hanging out in a field, on a terrace or club with the hottest sounds pumping from a soundsystem.

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Pioneers of UK Electro

By Tat - Wednesday, June 3, 2020

The unique sound of the TR808 has been very prominent again in recent years with a resurgence of both blazing hot and subtle, melodic Electro in clubs and on the airwaves. Labels such as CPU Recordings and Cultivated Electronics - to name but a few - have led the charge with a new generation of Electro labels and producers. Leap back to over 30 years ago and a similar raw breed of individuals and groups were cutting their teeth on a burgeoning UK Electro scene. Whilst today’s sounds may seem more stripped back, minimalist and taking influence from a wider variety of sources..

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Revisit Classic 1990s albums with Trackhunters Lockdown LP Selection

By Tat - Wednesday, May 6, 2020

As the global lockdown continues and social isolation measures could be in place for many for some time, as individuals fear going out once restrictions start to ease, we thought we’d bring you our list of great albums from the 1990s to listen to. We recommend that you enjoy these especially in their entirety whilst stuck at home. The album format is still popular but how we listen to albums have changed somewhat since the likes of iTunes and Spotify disrupted the ecosystem. The ability to curate your own playlists brought with it a new found freedom, but it also meant that..

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Dance music's positive response to COVID19

By Tat - Wednesday, April 8, 2020

As with everyone in our global community, Trackhunter HQ are utterly devastated by how the Coronavirus Pandemic has laid waste to the global arts community. The underground and dance community has been decimated with record shops, nightclubs and bars all closed down within a matter of weeks. With that it’s also had the longer term negative impact of threatening just about every dance music festival over the summer months as many will no doubt follow major sporting events like The Olympics and Wimbledon and go to the wall. The arts and entertainment world also have the share..

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A Tribute to Andrew Weatherall

By Tat - Wednesday, March 11, 2020

There have been many wonderful tributes written about the life and times of one Andrew James Weatherall. We wanted to leave our own tribute to one of music’s true personalities and as someone who had a profound effect on us here at Trackhunter HQ. The description of genius, icon and groundbreaker is often bestowed upon artists on their passing, often without credibility but in the case of Weatherall he was all three. In fact he was all of the following, a tastemaker, an artist, protagonist, provocateur, unique, gifted and passionate.

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Interview with Matt Anniss - Author of Join The Future

By Tat - Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Dance music historians are often very keen to point out the various strands that stretch back throughout history to foundation genres and movements that helped shape the sounds we love. Disco as a foundation for House Music, Reggae sound systems and their MCs as the inspiration for early Hip Hop jams, the more you unearth the more you discover how a sound is born. In the UK, scenes have always been vibrant and enthusiastic but had often relied on their North Atlantic cousins for the drive, inspiration and the latest new sound, whether that was Electro, Techno or Acid House ..

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