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House cat Huxley clinches the producer prize after a stellar debut album...

It is fitting that Huxley has been made to wait for our coveted Best Producer award until this year. You could argue that the Tring...

Groove Armada

To the uninitiated, Groove Armada's return to making underground house music might appear something of a change in direction. It is, of course, nothing of the sort. Andy Cato and Tom Findlay have found themselves, thanks to a solid decade of commercial success, stuffed clumsily into all manner of pigeon holes; from dance-pop to pop-dance to chill-out to stadium-dance to ragga-dance and any number of other sub genres you might care to mention.

If 2012 was big for Dusky, 2013 was the year they really stepped up to the premier league.

In 2012 Dusky wowed you, us and everyone else with the ubiquitous floor killer that was 'Flo Jam'. Without letting up the pressure for a...

Best of North America Awards 2017

For all its Hollywood glitz and glamour and bottle service bullshit, Los Angeles still lays claim to a thriving underground bass scene today. You can...

Best of North America 2018

If things have been quiet on the musical front from Justin Martin, that’s because the beloved producer/DJ is still floating on cloud nine following the...

A Man For All Seasons - Kieran Hebden comes in from the margins

2010 was the year that things changed for Kieran Hebden. Once the undisputed poster boy for the leftfield electronic scene, he flipped expectations in January...

Underground maverick taking the over ground by storm in 2009...

"It's got a lot to do with my basslines, I'm pretty good at writing them," shrugs master of the understatement Jamie Jones matter-of-factly, when asked...

Best Of North America Awards 2017

Eli Escobar may look like he’s in his 20’s, but the New York mascot for disco-leaning house music has been in the game for some...

Latmun makes simple but effective house music that focuses on rock-solid grooves... 

 

OTHER NOMINEES

Dead Man's Chest DJ Boring East End Dubs Kelly Lee Owens

Latmun’s appeal is broad and his tunes have found their way into...

Punching through with his debut release 'What I Might Do' is just the start for this new house star

Only three or fours years after first trying his hand at production, Ben Pearce has picked up the gong for Best Breakthrough Producer.

“I’m completely...

It Is Easy Being Green - Turning other producers a shade of emerald is all in a day’s work for the modest music maker

Being crowned DJmag’s Best Breakthrough Producer of 2010 is only another notch in the bedpost of success for Tim Green, a man who has already...

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...

The Second Coming: the finest d&b seduction

'Breakthrough' producers of the year Instra:Mental may be, yet Damon Kirkham and Alex Green are no overnight success story. For the first records bearing the...

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...

Best of British 2015, educated by Point Blank

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MR G
SPECIAL REQUEST AKA PAUL WOOLFORD
JULIO BASHMORE
FLOATING POINTS

FEEL THE SUNSHINE
Maya Jane Coles, aka Nocturnal Sunshine, has beaten the...