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Tat - Friday, November 20, 2020
The latest podcast touches on lots of bases this week, with reformed disco vibes to heavy acidic driven house music. 13 of the best tracks you'll hear anywhere and you can find such gold if you dig wi..
Brenden Jones - Friday, November 6, 2020
You can find tribal sounds with minimal drones which lead you into some progressive house beauties in this latest podcast.
Tat - Friday, October 23, 2020
The latest Trackhunter podcast transcends brilliant house music, dirty and deep dub, lush acid and menacing beats in the space of just over an hour. Tuck in.
Brenden Jones - Friday, October 9, 2020
A bag full of deep techy progressive vibes
Tat - Friday, September 25, 2020
The latest Trackhunter podcast finds DJ Tat digging through the latest Hip Hop releases on Bandcamp to deliver 16 tracks that are too hot to handle.
Brenden Jones - Friday, September 11, 2020
A selection of dark progressive house, minimal tech and melodic techno put together by Dj Brenden Jones
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By Tat - Wednesday, November 18, 2020
You don’t need us to tell you that it’s going to be a strange Christmas but that won’t stop us and our yearly tradition to trawl around the web to find the best end of year gifts for DJs, dance music fans and producers alike.Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Derek Carr first broke onto the scene at the start of the century with the Copper Beach EP on his own Trident Recordings imprint. With the record now fetching in excess of three figures on Discogs, it was only a matter of time before other labels would take notice. The last couple of years have seen a marked increase in demand for Carr’s outputs with the likes of Craigie Knowes and Ferox Records wanting a piece of the action. We caught up with Carr to ask about his recent works, his studio and life in lock down.Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 20 years, you’ll no doubt be familiar with the multi-talented Prins Thomas - Trackhunter had the pleasure of chatting to one of the hardest working artists on the scene.Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Artists increasingly have started to talk about their mental health but one label has gone further by launching an imprint that looks to raise funds to help mental health charities. We chatted to Connor Male about the label - Serenity Records - and the issue of mental health.Read More
By Tat - Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Last month we wrote about the growing number of live events taking place on the web as a much needed pick-me-up for the many thousands who are unable to go out to clubs and festivals due to the ongoing COVID19 crisis. Now we are deep into the summer months, that desire will be stronger than ever as the masses headed off to sunny (or rainy) festivals, Ibiza and countless other parties, many of which may not return in 2021. There is much activity on the web and thankfully the internet has proved to be a lifeline for some promoters, artists and clubbers. We’ve already seen i..Read More
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.Read More