Nicole Moudaber plots a full-length debut for Adam Beyer's Drumcode

By Dan Carter

Led by the passion to unite people with her music, and jailed for exorcising those demons within narrow-minded society, Nicole Moudaber’s global techno overhaul has been as socially charged as it has creatively balanced.

Without cashing in on her female prominence in the electronic music industry, Moudaber’s ability to hold the ranks alongside Carl Cox and Adam Beyer alike has seen the dark and melodically refined exploits of her studio work reign mercilessly over a movement too often cast under the shadows of the great clubbing spectrum.

For 2012, however, her globetrotting ventures between Ibiza, the US, and Australia signaled hope yet for the future of techno and her likeminded peers. Beatport News sat down with Moudaber during Carl Cox’s 500th radio broadcast during Amsterdam Dance Event to talk discovering techno, musical insurgency, and her forthcoming artist album for Beyer’s Drumcode imprint.

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Introducing: Jon Rundell

By Dan Cole

Jon Rundell took the electronic dance community by surprise earlier this year with his track “Knick Knack” Released on Carl Cox’s Intec label, the chunky, dubby roller—technically a B-side—went to Beatport’s number-one position and stayed there.

We caught him with the London-based producer to find out the secret of his success.

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