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Watch 4 DJ sets from Latin America's finest DJs

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Every week DJ Mag records and broadcasts DJ sets/DJs’ sets from our headquarters in London and at pop-up locations around the world. We invite some of the world's leading electronic DJs and artists, from multiple genres, to showcase their sound in front of the DJ Mag audience.

For this special selection, in association with Miller Genuine Draft, we've handpicked four sets from Latin American DJs. It's a diverse mix– covering drum & bass, techno, big room and house – which demonstrates the diversity of the region and the quality of the artists it produces.

DJ Marky

Sao Paulo drum & bass legend DJ Marky is a born showman. The Brazilian is at the forefront of South America's small but intense d&b scene and – thanks to his infectious high energy DJ sets – is a global phenomenon too. Check out his latest set from DJ Mag HQ...

Tom & Collins

Regular readers will be familiar with Tom & Collins. The Mexican duo rose to prominence after winning 2014's Miller SoundClash and their ascendance hasn't slowed since. In this, their second DJ Mag HQ appearance, the duo showcased their evolved house sound...

ANNA

Brought up near Sao Paulo, the daughter of a club owner, ANNA has shaped her own destiny through a combination of perseverance and talent. Earlier this year the hard work was rewarded as she collected the Beatport Breakthrough award in our annual Top 100 DJs poll. Her set at DJ Mag HQ back in 2016 was one of our favourites of that year and has stood the test of time...

Alok

Alok is a sensation in his native Brazil, where he is widely regarded as the countries biggest DJ. This home support has now translated into international currency, as he was ranked at No.13 in our global Top 100 DJs poll. Here he is performing from the basement club underneath DJ Mag's office...

 

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