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Best of British 2021

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Last December saw us celebrating the length and breadth of the domestic dance music with our annual Best of British Awards at East Village in...

The handpicked nominees, and public voted winners, represent the very Best Of British in 2011. For the results, read on...

When the Top 100 DJs poll began in the 1990s, it was pretty much all UK DJs that featured. But as it became internationalised in...

A plethora of underground talent announced for Awards Party

No DJ Mag poll would be complete without a good ol’ fashioned knees up to accompany it, and with our gargantuan Top 100 DJs party...

BEST OF THE FESTS: SW4’s winning festival combination

There are a whole load of explanations as to the success story behind SW4 and the reasons why it repeatedly hits the top slot of...

LET THERE BE HOUSE House is back in a big way — and soulful stalwarts Defected are spearheading the revival...

12 years on from founding Defected Records, Simon Dunmore is still at the coalface. You could forgive the boss of one of the UK's most...

Voting now open!

The voting is open for this year's Best of British Awards, DJmag's celebration of the finest producers, DJs, labels, clubs and more from across...

PRIME MOVERS: Supremebeing’s cool designs scoop the fashion gong

Steady, steady, slowly does it. Did you know that Supremebeing has been in existence since 1999? It all started when a group of pals from...

FORWARD MOTION Jamie Jones made giant strides in every dance music discipline through 2011, but as a DJ, he was ubiquitous...

“I’ve put a lot of work into DJing this year,” says a chuffed Jamie Jones on news of his most recent Best Of British victory...

20 YEARS AND COUNTING: Ministry has been at the forefront of UK clubbing for 20 years, and is still at the top of its game...

When London’s Ministry Of Sound celebrated its 20th birthday last year, the set that Dennis Ferrer did — on the Saturday night of the...

EAT TO THE BEAT: The bass-injected house of Bristolian Dan Pearce is becoming massive. And he’s just getting started...

Dan Pearce, the man who in 2007 became Eats Everything, simply cannot believe his luck.

“I'm absolutely astounded, flabbergasted. Every word you can think of...

Fastest Guns In The West: Dub Pistols’ live show is an explosion of raw, visceral energy and hedonism that leaves other dance bands in the...

Shooting from the hip is something London dubwise-dance-meets-hip-hop band the Dub Pistols are well-known for when they perform live.

“We are quite a high-energy band...

BRIGHTON ROCKS! Digital’s seaside operation goes from strength-to-strength

“The club that is now Digital Brighton used to be called The Zap,” remembers owner Dave Stone.  “It was the first place I ever went...

HERE COMES TROUBLE: The south London club night’s all-encompassing booking policy captures the zeitgeist...

Trouble Vision main man Chris Gold is living probably every student promoter's dream. It was back when he was studying graphic design at Camberwell College...

COMPLETE CONTROL: From deep tech house to delectable dub-wise treats, Maya’s productions ruled 2011...

If Maya Jane Coles narrowly missed out on the gong for ‘Best Breakthrough Producer’ in 2010, that just makes her scooping this year’s Best Of...

MAC THE KNIFE: Radio 1’s queen of the weekend is “delighted”

When Annie Mac heard that she’d won the award for Best Radio Show, she was mid-way through a DJing tour of Australia.

“I’m delighted,” the...