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Morgan Hislop in a yellow t shirt infront of a cherry tree

Morgan Hislop has shared a music video for his track 'Timezones ft. Orchid'.


The jazzy, 2-step-flecked collaboration between pop up-and-comer Orchid and the London-based producer and...

dgoHn 'Undesignated Remixes'

dgoHn's 'Undesignated Proximate' album has been remixed by 12 artists as part of a new release due out next month.


Set for release on Love...

Ron Trent releases new album, 'What Do The Stars Say To You'

Ron Trent has released his first new album in 11 years as part of his WARM project.


Out today (24th June), 'What Do The Stars...

GALA Festival 2022: Everybody Loves The Sunshine  - Rob Jones

The fifth edition of London’s al fresco dance music festival took place in a sunny Peckham Rye Park this month. With a vast line-up celebrating local and international DJs and live acts, there was something for everyone on the bill. DJ Mag's Liam Smith reports back on festivities, and the sense that summer has well and truly arrived

It’s officially festival season, and on a long weekend at the beginning of June, London’s GALA returns to Peckham Rye Park for a successful fifth...

Objekt releases new two-track EP

Objekt has self-released a new two-track EP.


Out digitally today (22nd June), 'Objekt #5' is the fifth instalment in the producer's long-running 12" singles series...

Joseph Capriati black and white press shot

Joseph Capriati has announced the headliners for his Amnesia residency this summer.


Hosting Presents Metamofosi at Amnesia across July 22nd, August 5th and August 19th...

Jeshi

East London’s Jeshi documents personal struggles, social contradictions and life’s day-to-day mundanities with a wry wit and relatable appeal. For this month’s Meet the MC, Rahel Aklilu speaks to him about the observational songwriting of his debut album, ‘Universal Credit’

"This is less of a big, brash political statement, which you’d expect because of the title, but rather a collection of observations from a man...

Album of the Month: Boddhi Satva ‘Manifestation’

Boddhi Satva’s latest album is a 31-track, three-hour tour de force that continues his career-long endeavour to connect the African continent through club music

There are few like Boddhi Satva. An ambassador of the most soulful side of African electronic music, the producer, DJ and music mogul has made...

Glastonbury travel to be disrupted by nationwide train strikes

People heading to Glastonbury festival later this month may have to reschedule their travel plans following the news that rail strikes will go ahead across...

Jamie Jones

After eight seasons at DC-10 in Ibiza and two lost to the pandemic, Jamie Jones makes his grand return to Ibiza this summer, and is moving his flagship party, Paradise, to Amnesia Ibiza. For his DJ Mag cover feature, Anna Wall speaks to the Hot Creations boss about coming up in the East London after-hours scene, mentorship, and becoming a dad

It was a humid summer night in June on the white isle back in 2005. Jamie Jones had just returned from Barcelona’s annual Sonar festival...

Book cover

The cofounder of UK rave soundsystem Spiral Tribe is writing a book about the '90s free party scene.


Written by visual artist Mark Angelo Harrison,...

Fresh Kicks 178: Amy Dabbs

Amy Dabbs records a mix of uplifting, festival-ready house for the Fresh Kicks series, and speaks to Kamila Rymajdo about overcoming uncertainty to seize her moment as a DJ and producer

London-born Amy Dabbs grew up around music. On the way to school, her dad — a Northern soul DJ from Blackpool — would play Motown...

Set-times for Glastonbury 2022’s dance stages announced

Glastonbury has just revealed the complete schedule for its 2022 festival next month.


Ahead of the Worthy Farm festival's first edition since 2019, running from...

Castlemorton 1992: photographing the Illegal rave that changed UK dance music forever

2022 marks the 30th anniversary of the biggest and the most infamous illegal rave that ever took place: Castlemorton – a week-long, 20,000-person party deemed so anarchistic that it shook Middle England to its core. Here, photographer Alan Lodge tells his story of capturing a week changed UK dance music forever

It started on a particularly sunny bank holiday weekend, on the 22nd May 1992. A ramshackle convoy of vehicles, which served as the rag-tag homes...

Festival crowd artwork

Most DJs love playing festivals, but what should you do when you’re asked to play one for free, and even cover certain costs yourself? Ria Hylton speaks to DJs Sheba Q, Harold Heath, Charlie Dark and others, along with festival organisers, to find out

Imagine this: you’ve been playing lowkey sets around your hometown for some years, run a small but well-loved party series and have landed a regular...