Ten reasons to read our mega September issue fronted by Charlotte de Witte
Charlotte de Witte fronts our storming September magazine and it's jam-packed with superb words, top tips and stunning pics from clubland and beyond...
The first and longest-running edition of all DJ Mag’s publications, our UK edition really is something special. With a focus on underground talent, original rave culture and top quality tunes, expect all the best international tech, club and festival news, plus meaty artist features and in-depth music reviews covering everything from grime to techno and back again...
Captained by long-standing journalist, editor and lecturer Carl Loben, this month (September) sees pithy chats with our cover star Charlotte de Witte, alongside Bicep, John Morales, Greg Wilson, Gerd Janson, tINI, Midland, plus shines a light on exciting new selectors like Earl Grey, Raxon, Makcim, Folamour, Bonzai, and many more.
It’s available across the UK at all good news agents and magazine outlets right now — here’s 10 reasons why you shouldn’t wait to snap one up...
The awesomely talented Charlotte de Witte is on the cover, talking about her identity in the evermore popular world of techno, growing up in the Belgium scene, reclaiming her real name, and how she deals with the haters.
Gerd Janson and the legendary Tony Humphries talk about the New Jersey mixmaster’s ace new blend of highlights, which marks a 15 sterling years of the former's Frankfurt-based Running Back label.
PART OF THE GANG
Now seven seasons deep, tINI talks about her much-loved Ibiza parties, how to keep the work/life balance with such a hectic schedule, music making, and the changing face of the White Isle.
CLOSE TO THE EDIT
We talk to Bicep, John Morales, Greg Wilson and other heroes of the DJ edit world about the medium's place in dance music history, the legalities of tampering with other people's music, and where the edit scene will go from here.
EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE!
Slipmatt, RatPack, 2 Bad Mice, Altern-8, Billy Daniel Bunter, Uncle Dugs, Drumsound & Bassline Smith… just some of the soldiers of the old skool scene who are still rocking it a quarter of a century on...
Following on from the biggest year of his career in 2016, Midland chats about the pressure of living up to the hype, self-acceptance, the right way to be outspoken, and his brand new Fabric mix.
We profile all the nominees in our 2017 Tech Awards, looking at all the new developments in kit across the hardware and software spectrums, and introducing this year’s voting process.
The most comprehensive electronic music reviews on the planet. Scores of new releases reviewed by our team of experts from all the different genres — from disco to drum & bass, grime to trance, house to electro and beyond.
CZECH THIS OUT!
We report from the amazing Let It Roll festival in Prague, and the Beats Evolution conference that immediately precedes it, giving you all the info from the world's biggest drum & bass festival.
PLUS INTERVIEWS WITH…
Martin Solveig, Sharam, Walker & Royce, Kim Ann Foxman, Doc Daneeka, Blondes, Julia Govor, Housekeeping, Art Of Noise, Nosaj Thing, Hauschka, Fedde Le Grand, Juno Reactor, The Cauldfield Beats
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