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Trance — it's one of the most divisive genres under the sun for the dance fan.

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Sometimes hard work pays off. It's easy to squint at the dance scene's overnight sensations and wonder how on earth they've appeared from nowhere to fill the USB sticks and digital record boxes of today's elite DJs.

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It's gratifying to see that, after all these years, some of the true legends of what we know today as dance music are getting the props they so richly deserve.

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All eyes are on Brazil right now for the World Cup 2014. But once the dust has settled, and whichever country has walked off with the cup (I'd love to see England do it but I'm not that optimistic!), you'd be wise to keep your eyes — and ears — on Brazil.

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In all the inane witterings about Britpop in the media of late, one important thing seems to have been forgotten.

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If music has the ability to build bridges and cross borders then electronic beats represent the ultimate universal language. In house and techno lyrics are barely present and if they are, they're rarely difficult to interpret.

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Teaming up with a friend, brother or sister as a DJ duo isn’t really anything new, but just lately it seems to be the most successful career model in dance music.

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In the dance scene it tends to be the chameleons who remain in the game. If you can't adapt to the landscape — and electronic music moves faster and is more fickle than any other — prepare to be yesterday's news.

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In 2013 a strange thing happened. The underground in dance became pop. It wasn't just the likes of Avicii troubling the charts.

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Now that the hurly-burly of the global Top 100 DJs poll has settled down, it's time to refocus on what DJ Mag likes to do the most — promote all that's good about emerging underground talent.

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