This year our flagship publication, DJ Mag UK remains at the forefront of dance music journalism, with a focus on established and up-and-coming underground talent, we delve into weighty artist features and the latest club, technology and festival breaking news. Plus upfront music reviews across genres from techno to grime and everything in between.
Our February edition, headed up by long-standing journalist, editor and DJ Carl Loben sees in-depth chats with cover star Hunee, James Zabiela, and Saoirse. We also cover the ever-present topic of #MeToo and talk to women in the industry about their gruelling experiences of harassment and abuse. Shining a light on fresh talent for 2018 we reveal Peach, Donna Leake, Job Sifre, TASHA, Flora, Kideko and more in our Cheeky Bubblers section.
It’s available across the UK at all good newsagents and magazine outlets right now — here’s 10 reasons why you should grab yourself a copy sharpish...
THE TASTE OF HUNEE
The risk-taking selector creating anthems out of obscure records on why, when it comes to DJing, there really are no rules.
Ever since the revelations in Hollywood about film producer Harry Weinstein, and the subsequent #MeToo stories of sexual misconduct, the dance music world has been waiting for tales from our scene to come to light. And it seems that there are plenty. You can read the full feature here.
After a year of family bereavements and self-doubt setbacks, James Zabiela has emerged in better form than ever, with a career-defining new 'Balance' mix and a steely sense of focus.
SAY MY NAME
The hardworking Irish star Saoirse discusses her meteoric year on the DJ circuit and what's in store for this year.
GOTTA HAVE FAITH
DJ Mag talks to DJs and producers about faith and their beliefs, and how they combine these with their passion for electronic beats.
We join Mathew Jonson in the studio to talk about jazz drumming excursions, his hardware must-haves and vintage Roland collection.
With a decade of their Integral Records imprint in the bag, Glenn from the drum & bass duo shares a selection of cuts from the genre that defines them.
GET TO KNOW
Up-and-coming acts to keep your eyes on Abyss X, Manfredas, and C.A.R. Listen to our Recognise mix with Manfredas here.
The latest edition of our Roots & Culture series explores Florence, a city usually famed for its portraits and antiquities, which has been building a rep thanks, in particular, to the hard work of the Bosconi Records crew.
New releases from Eli Escobar, Moby, CASisDEAD, Pinch, Jonny Rock, AniMe, DJ Taye, Nightmares On Wax, Adesse Versions and more. Listen to our recent podcast with New York club stalwart Eli Escobar here.