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With a host of monikers and diverse productions to his name, DJ Pierre has driven the development of dance and is still at the forefront...

Phuture, Pfantasia, Phantasy Club, Photon Inc, Audio Clash, Darkman, Doomsday, P-Ditty, The Don… all past aliases for Nathaniel Pierre Jones, better known as DJ Pierre, the man credited with kickstarting a movement in 1987 with ‘Acid Tracks'.
Although a seismic claim to fame, this happened over a quarter century ago, most recently reactivated on Terry Farley's monumental 'Acid Rain' box-set. But, since then, Pierre has continued to chart one of the most idiosyncratic paths in house music, undyingly committed to developing new sonic mutants to send crowds bananas on his punishing schedule of globe-trotting DJ gigs.

DJ Pierre Live From #DJMagHQ

A true acid house original, DJ Pierre (aka Nathaniel Pierre Jones) is one of the architects of dance music as we know it.

With Phuture, he was responsible for unleashing the dark sulphuric funk of seminal 303 cut 'Acid Trax' in 1987, forever remapping the genetic code of...

We welcome the acid house legend to #DJMagHQ

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...

30 years in the making...

Get Physical has announced that it will release the debut album from Chicago house innovator DJ Pierre.

Nathaniel Pierre Jones was one of the very...

Barcelona-based imprint Slice launch their sister label, Watermelon, with an EP of slick club cuts. Listen to Pierre Cordarin's percussive roller, 'Blue & Green', now

New label Watermelon will launch with a three-track EP this week.

Serving as a sister label to Barcelona-based, vinyl-only imprint Slice, Watermelon's first release is...

Danny Rampling, Marshall Jefferson, Byron Stingily & many more join the bill...

Ministry of Sound have announced the second wave of artists for their M25 Festival, which takes place at Trent Park, north London on Sunday 7th...

A master in the making...

Pierre Codarin has been building a solid grounding on the underground circuit for the past few years, seeing release via labels including Leftroom, Huxley’s Saints...

The Londoner is the toast of underground house and techno’s most discerning selectors...

Pierre Codarin first made his way onto DJ Mag’s radar when his productions started surfacing in the sets of Rolando, Raresh, Apollonia, tINI and more...

Pioneer's new S-DJ05 speakers throw down the small studio monitor gauntlet...

Everyone knows pioneer for their CDJ's and mixers, but their latest offering is a departure from those well-known staples. The D-DJ05's are Pioneer's first speakers...

The group have teamed up with the designer for their take on the classic M3 and M12 shirts

Gorillaz have collaborated with Fred Perry on a new campaign.

The animated band led by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, who recently celebrated the 20th...

26: Hannah Holland

Hannah Holland’s Batty Bass has been one of London’s most colourful parties since it started four years ago. Previously (and currently still) also resident...

Celebrating 20 years of the iconic rave culture hit movie

There’s a Kevin & Perry-themed bottomless brunch set to start this summer.

Celebrating 20 years of the iconic, ultra-popular rave culture hit movie, the Steelyard in...

The 11-track release explores the label's softer side

Courtesy's Kulør label has revealed details of its sixth release.

The various artists compilation is said to showcase "the fragmented youth sound of Copenhagen" and explores the...

Czech producer begins sourcing for ambitious project.

Emika — who we featured as a panellist in September’s Tech Awards — has been busy releasing studio LPs, an album of piano compositions, setting...