|MY CURRENCY: USD | MY COUNTRY: USA|
Features the latest dance music news, interviews, music and tech reviews, podcasts & more...Visit Juno Plus
DJ & STUDIO EQUIPMENT
Massive range of equipment and accessories for DJs and studio use.Visit Juno DJ
VINYL & CDs
The world's largest dance music store featuring the most comprehensive selection of new and back catalogue dance music Vinyl and CDs online.Visit Juno Records
04 Apr 11
Review: Mancunian party promoters Hoya:Hoya's first dalliance with the murky business of releasing records was memorable; Lone, Krystal Klear and label boss Illum Sphere all chipped in with killer cuts. For Volume 2 they call on an equally talented trio, namely Lorn, Eliphino and Ras G, to provide an eclectic range of tune's that nicely represent the party's open-minded ethos. Eliphino's "Don't Try Be" calls on an ethereal vocal snippet to act as the sonic centrepiece while synths sway around it with an almost imperceptible hint of menace, while Brainfeeder alumni Lorn drops the epic stutter of "Stranger" - our pick of the three tracks - and Ras G and The African Space Program tune into some rattling sub bass on the appropriately named riddim "Speaker Smash".
19 Sep 11
Review: Continuing to offer forth various artist release of an ever-diversifying nature, the latest instalment of the Hoya:Hoya series features three interesting takes on bright and musical electronica. Ikonika throws down some solid funky beats and douses them in yearning, full fat lead synths with a certain depth not normally found in such sound sources. Om Unit meanwhile opts for a multi-faceted excursion in rhythm, with plenty of arpeggios playing around with the ever-shifting beat arrangements. Monky's 2-step groove is more direct, while his own melodics take on an 8-bit charm that is all his own.
22 Nov 10
Played by: Ennio Styles (Stylin Radio Show)
30 Apr 12