This week we have launched our brand new DJ Mag Insight Facebook Group. In it, we'll be sharing our latest exclusive interviews, docs and panels with some of the most interesting voices in dance music.
Previous Insight interviews include in-depth conversations with pivotal figures in dance music such as house legend Kerri Chandler, R&S founder Renaat Vandepapeliere and iconic trance trio and Anjunabeats dons Above & Beyond. We also recently ventured into London's most exciting, expansive venue, Printworks, to give a look into how it has evolved as it begins its new season.
We have also featured panels and discussions with figures in the dance music business where valuable insight on how to progress and survive in an ever-changing and ruthless industry is shared. We’ve recently ran panels with the likes of PRS for Music and Beatport, the latter of which gave us a look into the inner workings of one the world's biggest platforms for electronic music, teaching you how best to use it as both an artist and a user.
We’ll also be encouraging active discussion on the group so do feel free to post any questions, suggestions, articles or ideas into the page to get a chat going. Basically, DJ Mag Insight is a forum where you can talk about all things electronic with like minded individuals.
To celebrate the launch of the new group we’re giving one lucky new member a free subscription to DJ Mag’s print edition for one year. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning the subscription to mag – for which recent cover stars have included The Black Madonna, Hunee and Nervo – is join the group! The subscription also comes along with a nifty DJ Mag headphone case. We'll be announcing our winner next Tuesday so do try and join the group before then!
This afternoon from 4pm we'll be sharing our brand new in-depth interview with a true legend of Detroit techno, Juan Atkins. Pencil it in, folks!
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