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Borgore's explicit take on dubstep

Surrounding himself with porn stars and strippers, Borgore's explicit take on dubstep has amassed a legion of loyal fans – as well as plenty of controversy. When DJ Mag USA meet him though, rather than entering into a world of debuached parties we find a clued up young artist more concerned with the opinion of his mom...

Season one will feature Ikonika, MK the Plug, Dexplicit and Third Son

DJ Mag Originals is launching a brand new series next week, called How I Made, where producers break down the making of their tracks, as...

From acid house to modern politics and beyond

A new exhibition by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller is opening this month.

Simultaneously running at Glasgow's Modern Institute and Art: Concept in Paris from...

Listen back to Benga's covermount CD mix from 2008!

Every Thursday, we're uploading one of our favourite covermount CDs from the past. Last week we had Bicep, this week — Benga!

It's a classic...

The Berlin-based Londoner learned her production skills in E.M.M.A’s producergirls workshops

Teplice has released her debut EP, ‘Bright Future’, via London artist E.M.M.A’s Pastel Prism label.

‘Bright Future’ is an intoxicating four-track offering of experimental pop...

Missy Elliot, Lauryn Hill and Nicki Minaj all feature in The Motherlode

A new book celebrating pioneering women in hip hop has been published.

The Motherlode: 100+ Women Who Made Hip-Hop, penned by Brooklyn-based writer Clover...

DJ Mag Latin America to launch in Chile with Jerome Isma Ae

After launching in Argentina 12 months ago, DJ Mag Latin America adds Chile to its ranks.

Launching on Thursday 16th August with a suitably...

How an adult version of Tetris kickstarted multiple musical revolutions 

How much credit can you give a tool for creating art? Surely it's like praising the paintbrush for a great painting, or the typewriter for...

Tim "Love" Lee's Tummy Touch records pays respect to its roots

In the 1990s, Skylab was thrown in with the trip hop lot. Their two albums, #1 (1994) and #2: 199 Large as Life and Twice...

They're taking demo submissions, too...

Optimo's JD Switch has announced that Optimo Trax, the sister label of Optimo Music, is no more.

JD Switch and Jonnie Wilkes created the label...

The DJ, real name Lorin Ashton, has denied the allegations

Content warning: This article contains information relating to sexual abuse

A lawsuit has been filed against Bassnectar, reporting the DJ and producer for sexual abuse...

The admission was made in a secretly recorded phonecall

A senior executive of Live Nation has admitted to placing tickets on resale sites for Metallica's 2017 WorldWired North American stadium tour, Billboard reports.

Recorded...

Sharon Rennie also ordered to pay £100 compensation to the DJ...

A 49-year-old Scottish woman has been sentenced to 120 days in prison, suspended for two years, by Maidstone Magistrates’ Court on account of her stalking...

They need £2000 to help expand across the UK...

E.M.M.A wants to take her free Producergirls workshops nationwide next month, by launching a Kickstarter page to fund the series' ongoing expansion across the UK. ...

The evolution of bassline in 10 records

From its '90s beginnings in Yorkshire clubs to becoming a nationwide dance music phenomenon and chart success, the bassline sound has survived and thrived against the odds. Here, to accompany his DJ Mag feature documenting the genre's history, Matt Annis charts the sonic evolution of the sound from its origins to today

In a new feature for DJ Mag, writer Matt Annis documents the history of bassline. From its origins in Yorkshire clubs in the late...