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Electro don steering clear of EDM phenomenon

In an exclusive interview with DJ Mag, press shy electro don Fake Blood opined on his desire to steer clear of the EDM phenomenon.

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In association with Point Blank

This week we have the mighty Fake Blood, alongside Ibiza-based duo Audiojack.

On Friday (24th October) at 6pm we'll be bringing both Fake Blood and...

Watch Fake Blood's Live DJ Mag Studio Set

Fake Blood talks to the press for the first time about his new album

DJ Mag quizzed him about his hip-hop roots, graffiti, EDM and his burgeoning soundtrack work for a famous cult horror movie...

Bloom festival goes on tour

Bloom Festival is rapidly shaping up to be one of the most popular new boutique festivals around. After last year's successful excursion to Dyrham Park...

Check out the cool offerings from London's newest online Radio Station bloop.

bloop. London is a new internet radio station located within the shadows of the iconic Shard in London. 

Delivering a contemporary selection of electronic dance...

TSHA surrounded by flowers, shot by Nicole Ngai

London-based DJ, producer and live artist TSHA has risen rapidly in the scene, and is receiving her flowers with grace. But it hasn't always been easy.  As she prepares to release her stunning debut LP, 'Capricorn Sun', on Ninja Tune, she speaks to Amy Fielding about overcoming online trolls, astrology, the art of DJing and more

Across one bitterly cold weekend in February 2017, Ninja Tune’s revered live act Simon Green, AKA Bonobo, descended on South London for two sold-out performances...

We interview Italian born punksters

Bloody Beetroots are a band that don’t rely on one specific genre to get their point across spanning a wide range of influences that touches on electronic chaos

Berlin-based DJ, producer, and label boss Bloody Mary started her wax-led imprint long before the vinyl revival, and 10 years later it’s still going strong...

“Back in time when I was a teenager, the rave spirit was everywhere,” reminisces Bloody Mary. We’re talking about the mid ’90s in the south...

DJ Mag premieres Whitehead's new techno documentary.

 

The concept album carries a lot of baggage with it. Invariably, it conjures up images of bloated, cape-wearing prog rock dinosaurs performing 20-minute solos...

Dutch trio Noisia might have the studio skills to soundtrack the increasingly sophisticated world of video games, but with their latest EP they're also on...

Noisia’s hometown of Groningen in The Netherlands has a population of fewer than 200,000. This number is half of the Insomniac-reported total attendees over the...

A-Trak talks about the tracks that helped define his sound

From winning the DMC World DJ Championships aged just 15, to rocking club and festival dancefloors worldwide, both solo and as part of Duck Sauce...

Shit Robot tells us his 10 most influential records of all-time...

This just happens to coincide with the release of the Dublin-based DJ/producer's 'We Got A Love' album on DFA, the follow-up to his 'From the...

Why are masks so popular in dance music?

“All great things must first wear terrifying and monstrous masks, in order to inscribe themselves on the hearts of humanity.”
 FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE, Beyond Good and Evil...

With mental health and wellbeing one of the principal keynote topics at the International Music Summit (IMS) in Ibiza at the end of this month...

Flying high in the music industry can seem idyllic, but is there a price to pay? Coupled with the perceived glamour is a 24/7 lifestyle...