Every weekend of the year, we seek out the best events, DJs and artists from around the world. And, on occasion, DJs come to us instead. We document these international performances to bring them to your speakers and screens all year round - making sure that if you can’t make it to the club, we can bring some of the magic to you!
Enjoy this hand-picked selection of the sets we have recorded this year...
BLACK COFFEE LIVE FROM SUNSET ASHRAM IBIZA
South African legend, turned global sensation, Black Coffee joined us at Sunset Ashram Ibiza for an exclusive live stream party. You can enjoy his full set below.
ADAM BEYER LIVE FROM DRUMCODE HALLOWEEN
Drumcode was recently announced as Beatport’s Best Selling Label of 2017, so it was no surprise to see a roadblock at their Halloween party at London’s Tobacco Dock, earlier this year. Tune into label boss, Adam Beyer’s cinematic techno closing set below.
JODY WISTERNOFF LIVE FROM GROOVE CRUISE MEXICO
DJ Mag joined this year’s Groove Cruise, as the floating festival travelled from LA to Mexico - partying all the way. We captured many sets during the week, but this sunrise session from Jody Wisternoff stands out.
CLAPTONE LIVE FROM PRINTWORKS LONDON
Masked enigma, Claptone destroyed Printworks London and our team was on site to capture the show. From rolling tech house to uplifting summer classics, this performance had it all.
OLIVER HELDENS LIVE FROM DJ MAG HQ IBIZA
Future house don, Oliver Heldens joined us on the roof of our office in Ibiza for a sunset session of epic proportions. Listen to the Heldeep master showcase his sound, Ibiza style...
FEDDE LE GRAND LIVE FROM DJ MAG HQ
Listen to Fedde le Grand’s live set from our London headquarters. Working four decks throughout, Fedde pushed the limits of his skills and experience. Listen now to understand the diverse tastes of one of the world’s best DJs.
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