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Trackhunter's Most Sought After Hardcore Rave Records

By Tat - Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Who would have thought that some of the white label hardcore rave records from back in the day would go onto be some of the most expensive ones to buy? We decided to highlight some of the records that..

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Small But Mighty - DJs and Selectors Championing 7 Inch Records

By Tat - Wednesday, May 1, 2024

We have 313 Day (Detroit Techno) on the 31st of March, 303 Day (TB303) on the 3rd of March, 808 Day (TR-808) on the 8th August; so it should figure a day celebrating seven inch records should take pla..

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Trackhunter's Top Dance Music Festivals for 2024

By Tat - Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Summer is just around the corner and that means festival season is almost upon us again. Every year explore the dance and electronic outdoor musical landscape to see what parties are lined up for the ..

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From spray cans to tough jams - Interview with Richard Sen

By Tat - Wednesday, April 3, 2024

When it comes down to street knowledge as an artist and DJ then few can go toe to toe with Richard Sen. With an old school mentality, an eye for the visual and an ear for great music on the fringes aw..

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