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Detroit's DJ Minx has been championing the electronic sounds of her hometown since day one, but has flown under the radar for much of her...

If anybody’s paid their dues, it’s Jennifer Witcher, aka DJ Minx, Detroit’s “First Lady of Wax”. She’s been here all along, representing the future sounds...

Techno would not exist as it does today without Kevin Saunderson. Some of the Detroit techno architect’s most revolutionary work has been released under the...

Techno is the language of machines speaking to each other, the vocabulary of shiny circuitry, the sound of the future in the here-and-now. But when...

A DJ Mag investigation reveals multiple women with reports of sexual assault and harassment against Detroit DJ and producer Derrick May. Please be aware that...

Content warning: This article contains information relating to sexual assault.

Several women have come forward with reports of sexual assault and harassment against world-famous Detroit...

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DJ Mag's annual public vote to uncover the world's most popular DJs is almost over for another year, and we've been evolving to fit a...

DJ Mag’s tech editor, Mick Wilson, investigates Black and non-Black POC representation in the music tech sector, and what industry leaders are doing to address...

Black and non-Black POC artists have always been at the forefront of electronic music; pioneering DJs and producers who created whole genres, and others who...

Two generations of Black women speak about their experiences in dance music

After reflecting on how we can tackle the issues around racism and racial injustice within the electronic music industry as a publication, we delivered our...

The Detroit techno originator spoke with Billboard Dance in a recent interview

Kevin Saunderson said it feels like 'somebody is eliminating Black artists from the scene' in a recent interview.

Speaking with Billboard Dance, the Detroit techno...

Combining the creative futurism of techno with the melodic buzz of disco, Inner City laid the template for upbeat dance music albums

That Detroit gave Motown to the world, two decades before it birthed techno, is a historical fact that if not exactly ignored by electronic music...

The Netherlands festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year

Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte, Jeff Mills and more are locked for Awakenings 2020. 

This year the world's largest outdoor techno festival marks 20 years...

Electronic maverick Squarepusher’s new album finds him breaking his own rules, and drawing from the past for inspiration — but being him, it’s no simple nostalgia exercise. DJ...

In 1996 Dutch production company Lola Da Musica made a documentary, simply titled Drum & Bass, that has acquired cult status on the internet. Featuring an interview...

DVS1 is one of techno’s most well-respected DJs. He’s paid his dues, spent a couple of decades getting to where he is today, and it’s...

“I just did the closing in Berghain,” Zak Khutoretsky says. “Played a little over 11 hours, got a little rest, and now I’m here with...

The London-based duo will take over from Dekmantel 

Dusky have been announced as the first residents for 2020 at London club, XOYO.

The duo, real names Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell, who are also...

Nottingham's rich musical heritage has always had a raw edge, from punk rock to acid and rap. That spirit lives on in a new generation...

128 miles north from the bright lights of London lies Nottingham. A vibrant creative community, Nottingham’s musical heritage has not just survived, but evolved, and...

Marking the release of their debut album, we speak to Robin Stewart from beloved Bristol techno punk duo, Giant Swan, about how their live show works...

Lauren Laverne and the electronic duo will talk meaningful music on Friday

BBC Radio 6 will broadcast a show celebrating 20 years since The Chemical Brothers' album, 'Surrender'.

Alongside the 20th anniversary deluxe re-issue of the album...