Future has unveiled plans that will see it publish a new one-off music publication.
Electronic is the publisher’s first title in the dance music genre and will feature classic electronic bands of the last 50 years, alongside the most exciting new music.
The one-off £7.99 magazine comes with a free CD, which has been compiled by Mark Jones, the host of BBC 6 Music programme Back To The Phuture.
It features 14 tracks, including tracks by The Human League, Can, Devo, OMD, Ultravox, Yazoo, Heaven 17, Cabaret Voltaire, Japan, Simple Minds and The Normal.
Electronic will be edited by Push, founding Editor of dance music magazine Muzik and a former Melody Maker writer.
“The magazine is the first mainstream magazine to cover electronic music in all its different forms – from the early experimentalists of the 50s and 60s right through to the electronic artists of the present day,” said Push.
“Some of the artists we write about have been around for many years, but we've tried to make a magazine that isn't a retro title. It's forward-looking in terms of look and feel, and we talk about a lot of new artists and new music alongside classic names.”
Electronic is available in store now and to buy online.