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A video entitled 'Studio Time with Tuccillo #1' has been doing the rounds on the Spanish DJ/producer's You Tube channel for a while now.

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When it comes to San Proper, eccentric doesn’t quite cover it. Rush Hour’s most madcap selector, he’s known for raw, genre-defying productions, unpredictable sets and...

"Hello and welcome to Amsterdam. This is Dr. Professor San Proper. This is my home and I was born here in 1977." Somewhere in the...

Shadow Child’s bass-heavy house music is all over the airwaves, dancefloors and beyond.

It’s a cold, wet Wednesday night in London but pumping across airwaves at 108.6FM are the ripping basslines, house beats, jazzy keys and liquid vocals...

World Cup Vs techno? The real winner is the soundsystem...

World Cup football and nightclubs don't mix. Both techno music and that shiny leather sack — to a similar level — require an audience's full...

We meet Jason Kendig and Jackie House of the San Fran party starters, in a converted Leyland Roadrunner backstage of Block9 at Glastonbury this year...

Shortly after 9pm on the Thursday night at Glastonbury this year, Jason Kendig and Jackie House of Honey Soundsystem are opening the Genosys stage of...

Tiga, DJ Hell, Soulwax, Boy George and Danny Howells on David Bowie's influence on electronic music


David Bowie's back with a new album at the age of 66 — and he's never been more inspirational. A musical and cultural icon, it's his immense influence on dance and electronic music that's been his greatest contribution. DJ Mag talks to some of the biggest Bowie fans in dance and pop to find out why

Tiga, DJ Hell, Boy George, Danny Howells and Soulwax talk about Bowie's impact...

It was Bowie’s ability to experiment, trend-spot, paint lyrical images and create new personas — chameleon-like — in the '70s that gave him such a cult following.

Why are masks so popular in dance music?

“All great things must first wear terrifying and monstrous masks, in order to inscribe themselves on the hearts of humanity.”
 FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE, Beyond Good and Evil...

Carl Cox in a crown

After more than three decades of DJing all over the world, Carl Cox remains one of dance music’s most beloved figures. With a new album on the way, and a fresh emphasis on live performance, Bruce Tantum speaks with the king about his incredible journey so far, and his determination to keep challenging himself

When his bespectacled face pops up in a Zoom call, Carl Cox is sitting within a well-appointed studio space, in front of all manner of...

With inventive production and animated lyrics in Spanish and English giving unique takes on violence and, of course, weed, Cypress Hill's 1991 debut introduced them...

Sen Dog hated driving all the way to Gardena. But as B-Real was buying the weed, Sen begrudgingly agreed to drive him home after every...