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Position: 
76

Questions Top100 DJs 2008 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:21

Style: 
Ghoul tech funk
Best known for: 
Losing things!
Tune of the year: 
Jimmy Edgar 'Function of your Love'
Producer of 2008: 
Click Box
First record you ever brought: 
M.A.R.R.S 'Pump Up The Volume'
Weirdest thing you've seen all year: 
Texas polygamists selling ankle to wrist underwear on their website.
Top gadget of 2008: 
Fad Gadget
Your year in five words...: 
Going by way too fast.
Most important thing you've learnt recently: 
You can never eat enough Mexican food.

Minimal techno's first lady named her debut mix CD 'She's A Dancing Machine', but this year she earned the title 'she's a touring machine'. Over the past 12 months, Richie Hawtin's former support DJ has become one of the most in-demand techno spinners in the world, following a grueling schedule that's seen her perform at the Sonar festival in Spain, Detroit's DEMF, the brilliant yet underrated Sonne, Mond und Sterne festival in Eastern Germany and slots at Sven Väth's Cocoon in Frankfurt and Ibiza. She's also played at Hawtin's series of Contakt events all over Europe, which served to consolidate the Minus family's image as a tight group of black-clad cyber-warriors - or just people who don't take the techno image too seriously. Magda has also reactivated the Items & Things label she runs with Troy Pierce and Marc Houle. Keen to support new talent, its latest release was 'Espaco E Tempo' by Brazilian duo Click Box. It'll be followed by a new EP over the coming months, but Magda says: "The contracts aren't signed so I don't want to say who it is in case it doesn't work out, you know?" Magda also assures DJmag that she'll be releasing new material of her own soon. "I'm working on finishing my debut album for next year and I'm also gonna have a single in December on Minus, but I've been touring like crazy so it's hard to get everything finished," she admits. "I'm also doing a South American tour in December/January," she adds.

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