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Enigmatic breakcore and dark ambient innovator Christoph De Babalon delivers 150 minutes of engulfing atmospheres and harrowing rhythms in our first Podcast mix of 2019...

Few artists submerge you in darkness in quite the same way as Christoph De Babalon. With engulfing ambience, depth-charge bass drones and hyperventilating breakcore and...

Veteran purveyor of spectral, cavernous breakcore Christoph de Babalon steps up on A L T E R with ‘Hectic Shakes’. Hear the eerie clatter of...

Since the reissue of his 1997 cult LP ‘If You're Into It, I'm Out of It’ in January 2018, Hamburg’s Christoph de Babalon has been...

Joining the likes of SOPHIE, Clark, Ben UFO and more at the London multi-venue fesival

Christoph de Babalon, Afrodeutsche and rRoxymore are among the names set to play this year's installment of RE-TEXTURED.

Returning for its second annual outing...

Futureboogie readies the latest edition of its ‘Summer Riot’ EP series. Christophe opens Vol. 7 with ‘Unity Vibez’, a deep bass groover with flourishing melodies...

Bristol’s Futureboogie release the latest installment of its ‘Summer Riot’ EP series today (31st August) and it is, as ever, a treat.

The seventh edition...

Ready for the after party? WE ARE!

In our Apple Music playlist series, some of our favourite DJs guide us through a selection of their ultimate afterparty tunes. This week's selector is...

First wave of Zoo Project festival announced

After slapping us with the news that Ibiza's really wild party Zoo Project is planning a weekender at Port Lymphe Wild Animal Park, Kent, this ...

Progressive house champion Cristoph shows us round his Newcastle haunts, and tells us how his friends and family, and the patronage of Eric Prydz, have...

Cristoph is leaning on a railing overlooking Tynemouth Bay as the sun beats down. He often comes here to walk. At 25C and rising, though...

DJ Mag photographer releases book

Christian De Souza, a former DJ Mag photographer, has just published a fantastic-looking ‘coffee table’ art book — Postcards From Babylon: A Rough Guide To...

We welcome Cristoph into our HQ!

Every Friday, we invite some of the world’s best DJs to our London offices for a #DJMAGHQ live stream to our Facebook and Youtube pages...

Top American jocks move to clear their names...

As revealed last issue, DJmag discovered voting irregularities in this year's Top 100 DJs poll. The biggest DJs at the centre of our investigation were...

Also featuring Stimming, Dax J, Amelie Lens, Bjarki and more...

Nina Kraviz will headline Carl Cox's Babylon Festival next year, it's been announced.

The Australian camping festival has just unveiled its first phase line-up for...

But will it receive an official release...

Skrillex has offered his prodigious remix skills to Vancouver’s Ekali. A live video recently surfaced of Ekali spinning the edit during Seattle’s Bumbershoot music festival...

Tone Of Arc on returning live bands to the dancefloor

Part of Crosstown Rebels' current domination of the underground dance market (an agency he’s signed with, by the way), Tone Of Arc’s live bass-slapping, microphone-heavy, rock n’ roll-like performances result in a very unique and refreshing twist on modern-day deep house and disco.

Signed to the same label as Classixx and Nosaj Thing, LA duo De Lux's sunny perspective on disco-punk has earned them comparisons from Talking Heads...

Beaches, sunshine, convertibles, palm trees... and punk-funk, disco-influenced bands? While the may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Los...