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Flow State: Healing With Nature

The collection of “meditation tools” were created to help listeners connect with nature

Above & Beyond have surprise released a new EP.

This morning (17th June), the London-based trance trio dropped the 9-track 'Flow State: Healing With Nature'...

Interview and ticket competition for London gig

FCL’s ‘Vocals for Everyone’ EP on We Play House Records was hands down one of the releases of last year.  The work...

Dance music's renaissance man graces the cover of DJ Mag USA...

From new ventures in live performance to reunions with Digweed, fresh collaborations to the birth of a baby, the godfather of progressive is busy building...

Bradley Zero has built the reputation of his Rhythm Section label and parties by nurturing quality music rather than chasing trends. On a roll, his...

“I’m just pulling onto Rye Lane,” says Bradley Zero, as he drives from his flat in Peckham to his office and studio. 

It’s usually a...

Osunlade: spiritual state of mind

Producer of soul greats, maker of classic house records, ordained Yoruba priest and avid live streamer, Osunlade has lived a remarkable life so far. He tells Ria Hylton how remaining independent has been vital to his creativity and career

Nomads. They roam new lands, find fresh pasture and feed their flock. Osunlade — an ordained Yoruba priest — has something of the shepherd about...

Scottish hardcore visionaries Clouds, together with designer David Rudnick, have gone above and beyond for their new album project, creating a nightmare future, yet finding...

It’s past midnight and DJ Mag is roaming around the grounds of a former prison in the arse-end of Amsterdam. We’re here with Clouds, a...

Simon Baker was a successful DJ/producer who had releases on labels such as Kompakt, Cocoon and Last Night On Earth. But then he developed tinnitus, and...

I had what you could call a dream career. From resident DJ at Leeds’ legendary Mint Club to headlining parties around the world and releasing...

DJ Mag charts the history of the Aus dance scene, and why the future looks bright...

Shrimps on the barbie, Crocodile Dundee, Bondi Beach, Steve Irwin, Kylie Minogue, the Sydney Opera House; Australia has always touted — for better or worse...

It's their first original instrumental track of 2021

Above & Beyond have released a brand new track, 'Screwdriver'.

The cut, which is their first original instrumental release of the year, was first debuted...

Bristol slo-mo house sensations

“Did we call ourselves 'Behling & Simpson' because it sounds a bit like soul sensations Ashford & Simpson? Oh, most definitely,” says Sam Simpson, one half of the slo-mo Bristol house pairing. “When we DJ, we do tend to end up recreating the dance routines from 'Solid As A Rock', which is frankly equal parts exciting and disturbing.”
Behling & Simpson have been slowing house music down for a while now.

The evolution of Porter Robinson has been filled with constant transformations throughout the years. The beloved producer once again abandons the sounds that made him...

Porter Robinson opens his mouth and words come pouring out at a mile a minute. When the North Carolina wunderkind is excited, like he is...

Stefan Kozalla is many things to many people: co-owner of an acclaimed label, production enigma and true free spirit. DJ Mag caught up with him...

It makes sense that DJ Mag has landed in Barcelona to meet DJ Koze. It’s a city where the abstract and traditional happily co-exist, where...

When Dax J made worldwide headlines last year for dropping an Islamic call to prayer sample during his set in Tunisia, it looked for a minute...

'Public indecency and offending public morality'. Before April last year, those words probably meant about as much to Dax J as his name did to...

"Smoke weed every day."

You’ve got to give it to them – Das Racist are like nothing else out there.

The Brooklyn-rooted hip-hop duo first hit the scene a...

DJ Mag spends a weekend with Mr. G in France and London to hear what makes him tick...

It’s Tuesday night in early October 2005 and Colin McBean is lying dead on an operating table at Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London.

Just...