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Today we have the best news ever in the history of disco.

A crew of contemporary dance-music luminaries have been commissioned to remix and rework some of the greatest hits by legendary disco-diva, Donna Summer.

The Kite String Tangle’s reinterpretation of Lorde’s ‘Tennis Court’ is nothing short of amazing.

If you only learn one lesson from Days Are Gone, it’s got to be this: Don’t fuck with the HAIM girls.

The line-up for the 2014 St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has arrived and it boasts Four Tet, Mount Kimbie, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Jamie XX

Homebake is set to celebrate its 18th year with a special 3 day event this December, held at the Sydney Opera House

Groupies, sex, drugs and R&B are the menu today thanks to The Weekend’s debut album, Kiss Land.

We touched base with The Naked And Famous bass player David Beadle to ask where his musical seed first started to flourish.

Perth duo Sun City return just in time for spring, with their brand new tropical-dance jam ‘Colour Blind’.

Whilst many acts struggle with their sophomore album, attempting to meet the hype and expectations set by their debut, Holy Ghost! have improved on what I thought was synth-pop perfection.

Rating: ★★★★☆

Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory invite you to meet their friends and hear their most intimate stories in new release Tales of Us. Even with six studio albums and 26 singles to their name, the duo can still completely shock and awe

Arctic Monkeys can breathe a sigh of relief now that AM has shown they’re still relevant and worth listening to. They’ve achieved a great album that showcases their talent as musicians and songwriters.

Many have paid tribute to the Jamaican diva, which made it difficult for us to select our top 5 Grace Jones remixes. After a painstaking selection process, here’s a list of our favourite edits. Enjoy!

We thought it was time to delve into the vault and source our favourite Fleetwood Mac disco remixes of all time.

‘Pocketknife’ from Norwegian one-woman electro-pop outfit Mr Little Jeans (AKA Monica Birkenes) exhibits a fragile vulnerability, making this debut album persistently charming.