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DJ Mag’s latest monthly mix series puts the focus on the seminal labels we love; outlets that stay at the top of the game, breaking...

Mr Bongo is a rarity in independent music, having managed to remain at the forefront of its scene for almost 30 years.

The now Brighton-based...

Australian DJ and producer Francis Inferno Orchestra will feature on Paramida's upcoming Love On The Rocks compilation, entitled 'Supergau'. Listen to the swirling percussion and...

Berlin-based label Love On The Rocks will release a four-disc compilation to celebrate its fifth anniversary next month.

Releasing music from the likes of BUNKR...

<p><span style="font-size: small;">Making musical memories and sneaking into raves with Maarten Hoogstraten of the Bingo Players</span></p><div><span style="font-size: small;">&nbsp;</span></div>

It isn’t often that a couple of teenage buddies maintain a friendship past young adulthood, let alone a prolific career partnership. However, Maarten Hoogstraten and...

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...

A true jungle soldier

Congo Natty has a rich history of involvement in the music scene for the last 25 years. Formerly known as the Rebel MC, he had chart hits such as 'Just Keep Rockin'' and 'Street Tuff' in the late '80s with the Double Trouble production kru before hankering down into — and helping to pioneer — the early jungle scene.

Calling all junglists!

The second wave of acts for Croatia's Outlook Festival has been announced, with original badboy Congo Natty topping the bill.

Also joining the line-up is...

Las Vegas haunt’s anniversary kicks off with treats and beats

Following a monumental first year, Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant and Nightclub, the five-level culinary and nightlife mecca at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino...

New main room hero Deniz Koyu favoured by all the big boys

Rising star Deniz Koyu was born in Germany to Turkish parents, but now lives in Holland where he works closely with dirty Dutch star Fedde...

Funky stylings from the Dutch producer...

Dance producer Luis Dubuc AKA Mystery Skulls has just had the remix treatment from none other than the Bingo Players.

The track, that features Nile...

The techno-loving south coast outpost gets your vote...

Maybe it's because it's just that tiniest bit nearer Europe than the rest of the country, but Southampton's Junk Club has always gravitated towards a...

And teams up with leading producers

The legendary front man of “Blur” and “The Gorillaz” Damon Albarn is leading a collection of producers into the Democratic Republic of Congo. The...

With Miller Genuine Draft

Clubs are central to the electronic music scene, but increasingly their aesthetic has become fluid. From beaches to rooftops, restored industrial buildings, caves, boats and even piers...

Best of British 2015, educated by Point Blank

OTHER NOMINEES
DANCE TUNNEL, LONDON
BLACK BOX, BIRMINGHAM
CORSICA STUDIOS, LONDON
PATTERNS, BRIGHTON

UNDERGROUND SOUNDS
It’s been another huge year for Glasgow’s underground clubbing jewell...

Cheap guestlist for London launch with Richy Ahmed and Droog

Since re-opening last August, Edmonton's Club Warehouse has gone from from funky house haven to North East London's choice spot for decent deep house.

The...

Just Jack, Bristol

Remember a time when Bristol wasn’t part of the Holy Grail with London and Berlin as a triumvirate of electronic cool? No, us neither, but that was the case around seven years ago, with the glowing embers of a once great d&b scene the only thing to really be keeping the city on the map at all.