Juno Daily

Music and tech news, interviews, features, reviews and more.

Visit Juno Daily

100% Secure Shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Secure Shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.  Visit Juno DJ

Same day dispatch
In stock guarantee
Strong safe packaging
Fast, safe international shipping
Established 20 years
100% Secure Shopping
Same day dispatch
Fast, safe international shipping
Low prices
5-star Trustpilot rating

Latest reviews

Following from their welcome bounce back with the D Construction EP, London-based duo OdD are at it again with The Hexachord EP. Their strain of minimal tech house has a raw, percussive focus which champions the power of the drums, whipping up interwoven rhythms aimed squarely at the floor and nowhere else. 'Pythagorean' opens up this new set from the duo in a cascading patter of big and small sounds all pushed along by a nagging hat. 'Do-re-me' nestles down into a subtly dubbed groove, and 'Solfeggio' revels in the nagging funk of a broken kick rhythm and some woozy pad action for a deep destroyer of the classiest kind.
...Read more
The iconic Late Night Tales series scored a real doozy when they managed to lock in Don Letts for for his instalment. The British film director, DJ and musician is a vital part of the UK's musical fabric from his days making videos for The Clash and Elvis Costello to his work with the Big Audio Dynamite band he co-founded. All that history is distilled into this sublime selection of sounds across four vital sounds fo wax. There's reggae, dub, ska, a cover of Joy Division, head twisting goodness from Gentleman's Dub Club and plenty of exclusives. It's an essential listen, basically.
...Read more
They may only have emerged in 2019, but Inflo's socially conscious, politically charged, impossible-to-pigeonhole Sault collective has already delivered a string of vital albums. Nine, the crew's latest set (and first of 2021) is every bit as incendiary, versatile and impactful as its predecessors, with the 10 collected tracks touching on everything from drowsy R&B, spoken word, classic soul and post-punk rock, to UK bass mutations, gospel, jazz-funk, Charles Stepney style excursions and hazy downtempo beats. Mixing live instrumentation, electronics and a wealth of guest vocals, Nine is a genuinely stunning, thought-provoking album full of razor-sharp lyrics and brilliantly executed musical movements.
...Read more
Big week for Jonathan 'Smoove' Watson this week, with a reissue of his 2009 classic 'Beggerman' he created with regular partner in crime John Turrell, with whom since 2007 he has headed up a funk/soul/jazz band from North East England. Now he serves up this wicked funk edit on UK label Wack Records, a label he's very much synonymous with. On the A side we have the strong lyrical delivery of Biz Markie on 'Queensbridge', followed on the flip with the block rocking beats of Herma Puma's 'Brooklyn' (Smoove mix).
Domu / Hieroglyphic Being / Patrick Gibin / Kaidi Tatham / Edb - Inside Part 2
12"
$13.40
Second chapter of the 'Inside' series of various artists eps selected by Neroli's very own Volcov. This time with a more eclectic approach than the previous volume, exploring more electronic landscapes with Domu's downtempo ambience song aptly titled 'Point Of Entry' and Jamal Moss's unmistakable sound on his opus 'Black Hands Sound 63' on the first side. On the flipside Mother Tongue's own Patrick Gibin returns with another bouncing collaboration with Kaidi Tatham entitled 'Don't Read' and new upcoming wonder producer EDB serves 'You Bring Me Joy' with the help of Alberto Lincetto on keys and NTS resident Marshmello on vocals!
...Read more
Running to four discs packed with historic material and a handful of previously unheard recordings, '76-'77 chronicles the story of the Sex Pistols' earliest studio sessions. It begins at the very start of their adventure, with tracks taken from their first recording session, with producer Chris Spedding, in May 1976, and culminates with a full re-master of the band's legendary 1977 bootleg LP, Spunk. In between you'll find a wealth of demos, out-takes, alternate versions and instrumental takes, all of which showcase the anger, intensity and musical vigour of a band on the cusp of breaking through into the national consciousness.
...Read more
Mark De Clive Lowe - Midnight Snacks Vol 2
12"
$13.67
Electronic-jazz pioneer Mark de Clive-Lowe returns with the second installment of his Midnight Snacks EP series. Vol.2 kicks off with two dedications: "Crush Velvet", a break-heavy, broken beat jam full of twists and turns, dedicated to Phlash - Mark's mentor and dear friend, the late great Phil Asher. "Sorceress" is dedicated to the legend Chick Corea, a reworking of his Return to Forever classic by the same name. Featuring Mark's lithe Rhodes and piano lines, it's perfect for the jazz-minded dancefloor. Side B kicks off with the downtempo head-nod of "Float into ETHer" before taking things back up-tempo again with "Joyful Resistance Part II" - a latin jazz-flavored 3/4-time broken beat samba keeping our spirits high in these unpredictable times. An EP packed full of future classics from one of the masters of the game.
...Read more
Monty Ndimande's solo debut as Saitana sees him coming out of the gate in 1976 with an impressive Afro, an embroidered dashiki, an amicable grin and a funky rock sound with lashings of folk, blues and soul. Produced by Ray Nkwe, whose JAS Pride label was undergoing a mid-70s boom, Baby Don't Go celebrates the burgeoning disco scene and paints Soweto as a crucible of hip style and good vibes despite the anti-apartheid social and political unrest that was brewing. Restored from original master tapes, Saitana's inspired debut returns to vinyl for the very first time.
...Read more

Join us on: