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Catch Carl Craig in an intimate 1:1 at Sonos Studios.

If you’ve still got a little left in the tank after the weekend why not pop over to Sonos Studios for an up close and personal with Carl Craig this Monday

R.I.P

Influential house producer Dwayne Jensen has passed away.

The sad news announced on 28th May via social media. The cause of death is not yet...

LOFT makes her Tri Angle debut in May with the ‘and departt from mono games’ EP. Hear the frenetic and electrified bass cut  ‘And Eats Itself...

LOFT will make her Tri Angle Records debut on 3rd May with the release of the ‘and departt from mono games’ EP.

Perhaps best known...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

The animated video charts the Japanese DJ’s journey from 9-5 worker to internationally respected selector...

Beats In Space is launching its new CD series with a mix from Japanese DJ/producer, Powder.

Tim Sweeney’s revered label/radio show will kick of its...

We count the ways in which the Purple One influenced electronic music over the years

Prince, who died yesterday at his Paisley Park Estate in Minnesota, left a huge mark on electronic music in his own charismatic way. He was...

He was the Electrifyin’ Mojo of the indie disco. The bootleg king. The electroclash god. But when each of those scenes imploded, Erol Alkan stepped...

Erol Alkan was 27 when he received his first album offer. Kylie Minogue had just performed his ‘Can’t Get Blue Monday Out of My Head’...

Driven by an inquisitive nature and an unshakeable love for the dancefloor, deep house innovator Powder is taking her passionate eclecticism beyond the cities of...

Listening to Powder is like watching a synchronised swim routine. Agile, rhythmic movements appear as organic as they do complex, her sound as exhilarating as...

In this series, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share the contents of their Bandcamp collections...

A.G. is no stranger to DJ Mag’s Selections series. Numerous selectors have bigged up the East London producer in their own choices, emphasising her distinctly...

DJ Mag’s Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing influence of seminal albums throughout history. Here, DJ Mag's Digital Tech Editor Declan McGlynn examines how Prince's...

As the chorus for ‘Purple Rain’ rang out of First Avenue in downtown Minneapolis on a humid August evening in 1983, no one sang along...

The seminal tracks that changed dance forever

Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May were high school pals with Juan Atkins in Belleville, just outside of Detroit. It was Juan who started making other-worldly...

Ahead of his first ever shows as pioneering Detroit electro unit Cybotron, techno innovator Juan Atkins tells us why he’s revisiting his past — and...

Juan Atkins has always been, in his own words, “a music lover”. Growing up in Detroit, he would treat his parents’ dinner parties as an...

We welcome the lush, deep house sounds of Delano Smith and Fred P ahead of DJ Mag Sessons @ Egg LDN

On Saturday 21st November, we're are honoured to welcome two of the most respected names in deep house to Egg LDN for the next...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

We catch up with the Detroit-born Kris Wadsworth

Detroit-born Kris Wadsworth talks to us about Plastikman, giving up drink and drugs, still playing vinyl in a digital age, and making more fucking tracks for labels like Hypercolour, Morris/Audio, and Get Physical from his adopted city of Berlin...