DJ mixes: Stream dance-music sets by the world’s top spinners
Listen to DJ mixes of house, techno, dubstep and more from the best local or international spinners—including Gilles Peterson and Greg Wilson.
Wed Jan 9 2013
Want to check out hot DJ mixes from some of the world’s best spinners? Of course you do! Here are some of the best sets that Time Out has recently (and not so recently) run, with clubland notables of all stripes—from international superstars such as Greg Wilson and Dimitri from Paris to New York underground vets like Danny Krivit and everyone in between—serving up the beats.
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Featured DJ mixes
Hessle Audio's Ben UFO plays at Mister Saturday Night and mixes the latest FabricLive compilation.
The beloved London spinner hits NYC for the first time in over a year.
The veteran deep-tech DJ, producer and head of the Underground Quality label.
The Gallic disco don Dimitri from Paris warms up for his next Deep Space set.
The Novel Sounds man celebrates a new Fabric mix at Blkmarket Membership.
Check this choice mix of electronic house from the German vet.
Check his glittering set of disco, electro, boogie and more.
A hot mix from the rising tribal-tech star.
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The beloved Cassy kicks off a residency at Williamsburg's Output.
The Canadian DJ-producer drops a set of deep techno beats.
The long-time spinner hits the decks at DJ Jus-Ed's Underground Quality bash.
Hear a teaser for the Ninja Tune artist's new album Dva, then catch her in the flesh at Select Summer Fridays.
Warm up for Nautiluss's Cameo gig with a set of housed-up heaven.
The talented Ninja Tune artist plays NYC.
The numero uno of the Prime Numbers label goes deep.
The U.K. boogie-house duo cruises into Cameo.
The ascendant techno star plays at Output.
The aurally adventurous spinner DJ Garth sets us up for his Dog & Pony Show set.
The talented Dutch vet Gerd spins his housed-up rhythms at the next Discovery bash.
Gear up for Bonobo's upcoming NYC gigs with this gorgeous set of shimmering rhythms.
Valentino Colavecchia and Vincenzo Nicolazzo supply a set of thobbing deep-tech sounds.
The Sci+Tech label's Shaded plays his rubbery rhythms at Marquee.
The deep-house don Jus-Ed drops an exclusive DJ mix on the eve of his Output gig.
Listen to Robert Dietz's DJ mix of deep-tech goodies, then hear him live at Cielo.
The Saved Records tech-house honcho warms us up for his Marquee gig.
The Martinez Brothers get ready for their new nightlife venture, Mad Beats & Crazy Styles.
Fitzpatrick and Peters, spinning together at Cielo, serve up two hot sets of electronic goodness.
The Leftroom label's head honcho gets ready for his Verboten session with this set of jacking house.
Marc Romboy gives us a taste of his new album with Japanese techno godfather Ken Ishii.
French vet D'Julz delivers a set of housed-up deepness.
House hero Kerri Chandler spins a rare Gotham set at Cielo.
The tech-house superstar warms us up for his set at Marquee.
On the eve of his Trash! shindig's eleventh anniversary, Jess lays down an exclusive mix.
The Kansas clubland king Morri$ delivers a mix ahead of his Dark Disco date.
Hipp-E and Halo gear up for a gig with their fellow Soma duo Slam.
Sweden's Dada Life drop a full-bore DJ set as they prepare for a Brooklyn takeover on New Year's Eve.
Listen to a DJ mix full of hot house action from Circoloco resident Davide Squillace.
The Berlin beatsmith Till von Sein warms up for his set at the next Bespoke bash with a fun DJ mix.
Rising house-music producer Eats Everything lays down a set of four-to-the-floor fun in the run-up to his NYC debut.
Techno vet Insideout marks the Subdivision soiree's rebirth with a set of fine-tuned electronics.
The house and techno vet Alexi Delano joins forces with Francis "Adultnapper" Harris for a set of deep techno rhythms.
The young phenoms gear up for a set at the Autobrennt affair with a hot house set.
The Spanish producer, who's playing the Bespoke party on Friday, October 12, spins a set of gorgeous house rhythms.
Israeli producer Guy J, head honcho of the Lost & Found imprint, gives us a deep a swirling mix.
Sex-groove merchant Jimmy Edgar plays the Dog & Pony Show on Sunday, September 30.
Grzegorz Demiañczuk and Wojciech Tarañczuk, together known as Catz ’n Dogz, dole out some hot house beats.
The brilliant French vet Agoria spins for the Verboten crew.
The mixer may be mysterious, but this DJ set from Dead Rose Music Company is fabulous.
Listen to a beautiful DJ mix from Studio Barnhus honcho Axel Boman.
The house-music superstars warm up for Cielo.
One of house's main men jacks the beats.
Here's a fun DJ mix from the duo's Brian Suarez to help celebrate the Allies new EP.
The Italian maestro of the Afro sound hits Gotham.
Mister Disco and Pat LaFontaine rock the beats.
Put your feet to the Plant Music maven's beat.
Get on down to the alt-Latin sound.
Groove to this hot set from the late-night maestro.
Get ready for the Black & White Festival with this throbbing mix.
Check this session from one of the U.K.'s best house honchos.
Party down with the Windy City phenom.
A rising U.K. techno star hits us with his rhythmic mix.
A U.K. jock ascends the house-music hierarchy.
The U.K. electronic-house superstars give us a mix.
The world-music-electronica fusionist brings his sounds back to NYC.
Plant's Dominique Keegan lays down the house rhythms.
The NYC stalwart celebrates a new EP with with a fun gig—and this hot mix.
The beloved Brazilian-tinged bash ALMA NYC returns to Sullivan Room for a reunion affair.
Beautifully deep, Afro-Latin--tinged house beats from the master.
Groove along to a chugging, disco-tinged house set.
Heat the party up with his mix of Nigerian funk, disco and boogie.
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DJ mixes: Stream dance-music sets by the world’s top spinners