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Taken from the forthcoming 10th anniversary edition of ‘Movements’

Back in 2006, Booka Shade were the hottest property in dance music, the German duo — which consists of Walter Merziger and Arno Kammermeier —...

It’s here, it’s landed, it happening...

Martin Garrix’s new track featuring Brooks has finally landed, with fans of the Dutchman now able to listen to ‘Byte’ in full.

The track has...

Deconstructed by Brooks...

Rising producers, and interested minds, can now take a guided tour into what it takes to craft a massive festival banger. At the 2017 Dancefair...

Royal Festival Hall, here we come!

On November 22nd, to celebrate the release of their much-anticipated 'Movements 10' LP and compilation, much-loved German duo Booka Shade will bring their captivating live...

Some big name breakbeat and drum & bass DJs will play at a special fund-raising event in London for Oxfam's Kenya Famine Appeal in June.




Emergency Breaks

Words: Terry Church

Some of breakbeat and drum & bass' biggest names will play a special gig in London at the end of...

VJ performance software from Livid Instruments

There's new VJ performance software from Livid Instruments. Cell is designed for real-time playback and manipulation of video clips. It makes use of OpenGL...

Behind the scenes with d&b heavyweights

Dan and Phil Brookes, aka the Brookes Brothers, have been carving out a unique niche in the liquid drum & bass world since 2006. Smashing up the d&b arenas with their DJing and production skills, this year sees their stock rising still higher…

Brooksy jets off to rock famous beach bar

WITH a deluge of entries for our Bora Bora, Ibiza, competition, the clear winner was Martyn Brooks, aka Brooksy, from Kidderminster, who wowed the judges...

'Like I do' is now inbound... 

Martin Garrix, David Guetta and Brooks' collaborative tune, 'Like I Do', has now been given an official release date, according to an announcement made this...

The latest reworking of the dance music archive?

Two decades after they first inspired the establishment to try and legislate against dance music, the breakbeats that fuelled jungle and hardcore have found new life at the hands of producers who were in nappies when 'Terminator' was first released. But what’s behind this latest reworking of the dance music archive?

The gift that keeps on giving

Giving the gift of books is giving endless joy, learning and re-learning – never a bad choice, and where these electronic music books are concerned...

We pick out 10 of the best books inspired by the early days of acid house

“Those were good days in Edinburgh, in 1990,” says author and screenwriter Trevor Miller, who wrote the acid house culture’s first novel, published in...

Alongside an acoustic version of his collaboration with Dua Lipa...

Martin Garrix has confirmed he will release his new collaboration with Brooks, titled ‘Byte’, this Friday 7th April.

Garrix revealed the news via Twitter overnight...

Get a load of these boots, they're rubbery!

Face it festie fiends, when it comes to having fun in the mud you can't go wrong with a pair of welly boots. Stomp away...

DJmag.com caught up with breakbeat DJ Paul 'Trouble' Arnold to discuss the future of breaks, ketomine, and minimal.


Paul Arnold's dog loves breakbeat apparently


Little known fact: Paul once auditioned to be in boyband Westlife


Paul 'Trouble' Arnold's opening statement is likely to...