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Ibibio Sound Machine

London’s Ibibio Sound Machine are back with their fourth album ‘Electricity’. Produced by Hot Chip, the release is more electronic than ever, but retains their classic Afro funk energy. Ben Murphy speaks to vocalist and songwriter Eno Williams and co-founder/saxophonist Max Grunhard about expanding their sound, mixing English and Ibibio lyrics, and the endless joys of playing live

"We started a lot of the songs not knowing what was happening, not knowing where the world was really going,” Eno Williams says, talking about...

The two groups wanted to collaborate after catching each other's performances at festivals 

Ibibio Sound Machine has announced a new album, ‘Electricity’, which will drop via Merge Records on 25th March. 

It's the first new full-length from the...

From disco through to freestyle, Miami bass, hip-hop, tribal, tech and Latin house, Miami has always had a rich and vibrant club scene. 
 Prior to...

"In Miami, dance music has always been about the drums, whatever style of music it is," grins DJ Oscar G, one half of Murk, co-owner...

DJmag's awesome Miami parties!

HOLD YOUR HORSES, STOP THE PRESS: THIS IS THE BIG ONE! At 2009's Miami Winter Music Conference, taking place from 24th - 28th March, DJmag...

Dealing in experimental sci-fi soundscapes as much as it does club bangers, Mexico City’s Infinite Machine has spent a decade at the cutting edge of...

Stay True Sounds logo on a pink background

South Africa’s biggest independent label is taking house music to new heights and changing the lives of local artists in the process. Alongside a mix of tracks from its catalogue, founder Kid Fonque speaks to Kitty Amor about the rise and rise of Stay True Sounds

Over the past six years, three words have come to dominate any conversation about South African electronic music: Stay True Sounds. Recognised as the biggest...

We found out about Purple Disco Machines most influential tracks...

German producer Tino Piontek aka Purple Disco Machine lives in Dresden, a small, quiet city a couple of hours away from Berlin. 

“It's really beautiful...

Tim Simenon returns with new Ghost Capsules Project

Tim Simenon of Bomb The Bass, his late '80s-formed project that had a big hit with early sampling record 'Beat Dis', has been talking to DJ Mag about his new band project, Ghost Capsules. 
“Doing Ghost Capsules is simply another way of exploring different areas of music that I enjoy,” Tim says.

Native Instuments' next generation of groove production studio brings together hardware and software.

The biggest announcement from Native Instruments at the NAMM trade show in January, is without a doubt their groove production studio called Maschine.


It's their...

Band to play Go!Zilla birthday

Hugely popular underground club Go!Zilla celebrate their third birthday this Saturday 26th July at London's Cargo, and to make the party swing in fine style...

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and...

Born from the now-defunct Parisian label Institubes, Sound Pellegrino is the brainchild of Teki Latex and Orgasmic, two DJs known for their wildly varied tastes...

We found out about Purple Disco Machines most influential tracks...

German producer Tino Piontek aka Purple Disco Machine lives in Dresden, a small, quiet city a couple of hours away from Berlin. 

“It's really beautiful...

Róisín Murphy is back with her fifth solo album, ‘Róisín Machine’. Carl Loben catches up with her to talk artistic exhibitionism, lockdown videos, her early...

When Róisín Murphy performed at the massive 10,000-capacity queer warehouse rave Homobloc in November, she was readying her latest solo album, ‘Róisín Machine’ — her...

The bling new Maschine custom kits

Producers and DJs using Native Instruments' Maschine 2 production hardware can now go all custom bling with the new Maschine custom kits

The seminal tracks that changed dance music forever

X-Press 2 were one of the principal house acts in the early '90s, rocking the floors with cuts like post-hardcore progressive house cut 'Muzik Xpress' — with its memorable “Music, music, music” refrain — and the cowbell-tastic 'London Xpress'. The trio of acid house originals — Rocky, Diesel and Ashley Beedle — went their separate ways for a while in the late '90s, before coming back together just before the Millennium.