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Plus Tensnake, Gwen McCrae, Mr Fries...

After a short break, we're back with the September edition of DJ Mag Radio! Hosted by Frank McQueeny (pictured above) of global radio show French Toast, plus a rotating door of DJ Mag staffers, it's our chance to let you know all the latest goss from inside our London HQ.

This month, we're talking our recent DJ Mag Sessions party with Heist Recordings bosses Detroit Swindle, plus our upcoming 25 Years Of DJ Mag events featuring Chris Liebing, Pete Tong, Cristoph, Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers — basically, our birthday celebrations are going to be EPIC. We're also talking fabric's closure, our favourite fabric mixes, the Space closing, the second edition of DJ Mag Ibiza, and lots, lots more! 

There's also lashings of disco to celebrate our Top 100 Most Important Disco Tunes feature coming in our ADE special (that hits stands tomorrow), and don't forget to join us at our DJ Mag Live Disco Special featuring The Reflex, Rory Phillips, Kiwi and more this Thursday 29th September — sign up is essential, get on the guestlist here. 

Check out the tracklist for DJ Mag Radio's September 2016 episode below and stream the episode in full via the DJ Mag Soundcloud. Tell us what you think of the show and hit up Frank, Adam and Charlotte on Twitter. 


Lindberg & Laura Ingalls (unknown/unreleased)
Thoma Cher 'Something About' [Whiskey Pickle]
Detroit Swindle 'Circular City'
Lavvy Levan 'Hurt' [Friday Fox Recordings]
Mr Fries 'Get Together' [Wolf Music]  — Vital Label
Cerrone 'Supernature'
Tensnake 'Tazaar' [True Romance] — Stone Cold killer
Mary Clark 'Take Me I'm Yours (Mercury Edit)'
Emanuel Satie 'Paffo's Riff [Knee Deep In Sound] '
Alejandro Diego 'Everybody'
Sante Sansone 'Rising'
Movenchy 'Loosing You'
Strome 'You' — Cheeky Bubblers
Gwen McCrae ' Keep The Fire Burning (The Revenge Need II Edit)'
Octave One ft. Ann Saunderson 'Blackwater' (Full Strings Vocal Mix) — Carl Cox's Classics
DJ Rolando 'Jaguar' — Carl Cox's Classics
Black Devil Disco Club 'One To Choose [RCA 1978]'  — Game Changer
Arthur Russel 'It's All Over My Face? (Larry Levan Mix)'