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Cavo Paradiso

Cavo Paradiso has announced its summer line-ups.


The Greek club, situated on the island of Mykonos, has confirmed a number of artists performing on the...

Leon Vynehall launches new label, Studio Ooze, with double a-side ‘Endless (I&II)’

Leon Vynehall is starting up a new label called Studio Ooze with the double A-side single 'Endless (I&II)'. Listen to 'Endless (I)' below.


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The Sound Of:  boxout.fm Recordings

Showcasing the diversity of sounds on offer in the Indian electronic music scene and inspiring a new generation of artists to get creative, boxout.fm Recordings has evolved from radio station to club night to vital label. Alongside a mix from its catalogue recorded by Mutable Mercury, founder DJ MoCity tells Safi Bugel about the platform’s journey so far

“People think musicians in India only make music that sounds ‘Indian’,” Mohammed Abood, founder of boxout.fm Recordings, explains to DJ Mag. “In reality, there’s a...

Mala and Joe Armon-Jones collaborate on new EP, ‘A Way Back’

London dubstep pioneer Mala and jazz keyboardist Joe Armon-Jones have collaborated on a new EP, titled 'A Way Back'. Listen to 'All Ways' below.


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Norma Jean Bell LP cover

Detroit saxophonist, producer, and vocalist Norma Jean Bell is responsible for some of house music’s most glorious moments, and has worked alongside the likes of Moodymann, K-Hand, Ron Trent and George Clinton. Her full-length opus, 'Come Into My Room', released in 2001, proved that she really is “the baddest bitch in this room”

If you look in the ‘about’ section on Norma Jean Bell’s Facebook page, it says, simply, “I’m the baddest bitch in this room...” It's a...

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Sheffield's Gut Level has announced its imminent closure.

 

On July 1st, the queer-led DIY event space and collective shared the news on Instagram, citing...

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A new radio documentary series is set to explore the history of techno, from its origins in Detroit to its development around the world.


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DJ Bone's Subject Detroit back catalogue has joined streaming platforms for the first time.


On Friday, July 1st, the legendary Detroit-born, Amsterdam-based techno DJ and...

Get To Know: Salamanda

Get acquainted with Salamanda, the Seoul duo whose new album for Human Pitch is a dreamworld built from ambient soundscapes and minimal beats

It’s fitting that the title of Salamanda’s new album, ‘ashbalkum’, derives from a Korean phrase for the realisation that ‘reality’ is in fact a dream...

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Effy has released her debut EP, 'Not What It Seems'.


The UK DJ and producer's four-track EP features the singles 'Run It' with...

A shot of the mainstage at night from UNTOLD Festival 2021

UNTOLD Festival has finalised its 2022 line-up.


Marking the seventh edition of the Romanian festival, this year's event will take place 4th - 7th August...

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Lauryn Hill and Wyclef Jean reunited to perform several Fugees songs live last week.


Midway through Jean's set at New Orlean's Essence Festival on Friday...

AVA Festival shot from above

Last month, 16,000 ravers attended Belfast's AVA Festival at its new home on the Titanic Slipways. DJ Mag traveled to AVA to discover how the event is creating a sense of unity, community and a second wave of rave in the city

In 2015, Belfast’s first AVA Festival and conference found its home beneath the towering yellow Harland & Wolff cranes — affectionately named Samson and Goliath...

IMOGEN announces debut solo EP, 'What?'

UK DJ and producer IMOGEN has shared details of her debut solo EP, 'What?'


Spanning five tracks, the EP arrives off the back of two...

Congo Natty

On his upcoming 25-track opus ‘Ancestorz’ — which he describes as his life's work — long-serving jungle soldier Congo Natty unites many voices from across the diaspora, joining dots through the history of Black music and celebrating the new jungle generation. In a series of in-depth interviews for DJ Mag, he talks to Dave Jenkins about love, revolution, unity, and reclaiming his place in the history books

“This isn’t an interview, brother, this is an outerview!” Congo Natty declares. He draws on his spliff, holding DJ Mag’s gaze with intensity. Even through...