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(Nothing But) Ashes

It marks the Norwegian duo's first new track since 2016's 'Never Ever'

Röyksopp have shared a new single, titled ‘(Nothing But) Ashes’.

A week on from teasing new material with the launch of an official Instagram account...

Blitz Club impresario of ‘Fade To Grey’ fame dies, aged 55

He’s the first grime MC to win since Dizzee in 2003...

Skepta has won the 2016 Mercury Prize with his album ‘Konnichiwa’, beating strong competition that included David Bowie, Radiohead and Kano. You can see the...

Day three at the East coast conference

Nothing is impossible in Miami. A wild iguana crossing the street, stopping traffic? Check! But more significantly, yesterday DJmag was party to arguably the best...

"Smoke weed every day."

You’ve got to give it to them – Das Racist are like nothing else out there.

The Brooklyn-rooted hip-hop duo first hit the scene a...

Skream 'Let's Get Ravey Mix' Of La Roux 'In For The Kill' Killer Instinct: Hands-in-the-air anthem slays dancefloors

In 2009, nothing short of Gordon Brown appointing Simon Cowell to advise the government on financial policy could have captured the country's mood more. Only...

Spectrasonics new virtual synth Omnisphere 1.5 raises the bar yet again

Spectrasonics have unveiled a major new version of Omnisphere, their flagship virtual synth. This beast has just got even meatier, with a load of new...

The best parties around this November

We interview Italian born punksters

Bloody Beetroots are a band that don’t rely on one specific genre to get their point across spanning a wide range of influences that touches on electronic chaos

Southampton's reaction to the bass music explosion, every thursday

As rolling eyes clock the camouflage draped ceilings with bug-eyed ravers lining the leather clad walls the new soundtrack of future house and bass that fills the dancefloor marks the arrival of Junk's latest night Bang Bang. Arguably the South’s answer to Fabric and the proud nominees of DJ Mag’s Best Of British Best Small Club Award are excited to offer their latest take on the ever-evolving dance culture. As Junk director Louis Lawrence describes the new addition to the Junk family, “The music is slightly more underground/future-sounding. It spans more than just house music; we’ve coined it 'Future Beats & Bass'”.

DJ Mag soaks up the atmosphere...

As the curtain falls on the 52nd edition of Southport Weekender, Masters at Work drop Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes ‘Don’t Leave Me...

Listen to T-Power's most inspirational tracks

He started off making hardcore and jungle before concocting groundbreaking tracks like the dystopian 'Police State' and the seductive 'Mutant Jazz', and then going super-ambient.

Michael Jansons visits London Electronic Music Event for DJ Mag

London producer Michael Jansons visited the London Electronic Music Event for DJ Mag. Here is what he thought:

I popped into Sample Magic’s London Electronic...

Taking to the controls in Sheffield

Sheffield has always been at the centre stage of the underground electronic music scene, spawning many of the cult electronic acts of the '80s such...

Living on D-Edge

To really understand Sao Paulo’s D-Edge you need to lose your mind there, which is exactly what we did...