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Genius of Time

Track from their 'Live Acid' set

Berlin-based Swedish duo Genius of Time have made 'Acid 01' available as a free download.

Slow and squidgy, it's a seven-minute-long slice of hypnotic acid...

Before his death in 1982, Patrick Cowley produced some of the American gay underground's most thrilling dance music, from chart-topping disco to radical club tracks...


There’s a notorious scene in 1980 thriller Cruising that might be the best fictional time capsule we have of a wanton, unfettered gay dance floor...

From his pioneering industrial work with Cabaret Voltaire to his adventures in house, electro, post-punk, dub and techno, Kirk, whose death was announced this week...

Richard H. Kirk was a giant of UK music whose influence spans decades and genres. The pioneering electronic artist, whose death aged 65 was announced...

DJ Screw

In his new book, Lance Scott Walker tells the story of DJ Screw, the maestro of Houston’s chopped ‘n’ screwed ‘90s rap scene. Here, Marke Bieschke speaks to the author about this unique moment in hip-hop history, and Screw's incredible legacy

Why did hip-hop slow down to a syrupy crawl in Houston, Texas, three decades ago? There are many theories, but Houstonians, who had come late...

DJ Mag visits Time Warp to see if it's still got it

Back in the early days of Time Warp, the organisers faced some scepticism from the community of Mannheim about an annual all-night rave...

DJ Mag spoke to Kate about her recent classical-tinged performance

Tell us more about London Electronic Orchestra...
“London Electronic Orchestra is a new project featuring me on electronics alongside an orchestral ensemble. The overall sound...

Following the massive 'Mr Spock', Dirtybird's Justin Martin finally gets the props he deserves...

San Francisco’s Dirtybird Justin Martin has been bubbling under for years as your favourite underground DJ/producer. But the amiable tech house nut has his sights...

After decades connecting the dots of disco, the timeless Nile Rodgers unearths Chic music of the past to create a future where his sounds will...

“What’s up, baby?” Nile Rodgers answers the phone in arpeggio. For those who have never partaken in a conversation with the storied band Chic’s co-founder...

Born in Jamaica around half a century ago, dancehall music has found fans, artists and chart-topping success all around the globe in the decades since...

Dancehall music has been the driving force in my career. As a DJ, I’ve played most if not all genres of music on radio and...

2012 Miami Listing's

 Yup, it's that time again — all eyes on South Beach. The East Atlantic coast of Miami, USA is braced for another infiltration of dance...

Mexico warms up for the end of the world

In an era where unlikely rave settings have become increasingly ubiquitous, making an impression has never proved more difficult. From fortresses in Serbia to abandoned power stations in Berlin, clubbers around the world have become increasingly accustomed to unique destinations and boutique festivals. Yet in spite of all this widespread competition, Mexico’s inaugural Time and Space Festival is still worthy of note.

Timeline and the next generation of talent from Underground Resistance

Debuting the latest incarnation of their ever-evolving live show at this year's Movement festival, Timeline is the next generation of talent from Underground Resistance –...

Premiere: Cici ‘Venus’

Cici will release a new EP, ‘CCMMMXXIX’, via Man Power’s Me Me Me label this week. Check out the track ‘Venus’ below. 


The Irish-born, Ibiza-based...

The new update, called VirtualDJ 2021, claims to be able to isolate stems in real-time 

VirtualDJ has announced a new version of their DJing software that allows users to separate parts of the track like vocals, drums and instrumentation in...

Free track and Drop The Lime chat ahead of London DJ set

To say Luca Venezia has a flavour for the macabre is a little like saying Jonathan Edwards liked to hop occasionally. To say it's an...