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How have you developed as an artist during your production and DJing career?“That’s a tough question right away from the start, how have I...

Taking to the controls in Sheffield

Sheffield has always been at the centre stage of the underground electronic music scene, spawning many of the cult electronic acts of the '80s such...

We find out how Audiojack create their hi-fi sound on a lo-fi system.

Audiojack are down-to-earth production duo James Rial and Richard Burkinshaw. We hiked up to their Leed's home studio to see how they produced worldwide club...

DJmag.com catches up with Canadian coverstar Tiga to discuss his favourite gadgets, rubbish records, and his own studio style.

DJmag.com recently travelled to Montreal to catch up with the city's premier electronic artist Tiga.

He's currently our coverstar, so check out the latest issue

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We twiddle knobs with Steve Strange and the gang

New Romantic pioneers Visage, best known for their multi-million-selling classic single 'Fade To Grey', are back with their first album — ‘Hearts & Knives’ — for 29 years!

DJmag.com catches up with the boys behind 'We Interrupt This Programme', one of the biggest dance tracks of the year.

Coburn are currently lighting up dance floors around the world with theirunique blend of house, breaks and rocky electro.

Their track 'We Interrupt This Programme'...

Behind the scenes in the Kidsuke studio!

Kidkanevil and Daisuke Tanabe are two young trailblazers who have come together to form Kidsuke, inspired by their shared love of Japanese culture, new technology and kids' toys. DJ Mag spoke to the guys about their new album and subsequent tour, and the difficulties of putting it altogether when living worlds apart…


Ed Banger's newest and brightest star!

Breakbot’s music career spans an extensive list of remix credits longer than your arm, combining French flair with a discerning ear for creating well-crafted pop-style dance tracks that have a definite musical song-based architecture. This means ‘By Your Side’ as an album sits nicely on the dancefloor, but also has a radio-friendly character that makes listening to Breakbot’s long-awaited debut an aural pleasure.

Stimming is delighting the club scene and music community with his new “4D” approach...

Stimming is an artist looking to challenge the norm, pushing boundaries with his productions and his “live” sets. Part of Solomun’s DIYnamic crew, he's made...

12 tracks in 12 months plus a host of remixes — welcome to the crazy world of Jesse Rose...

Recording and releasing 12 tracks over a year — one each month — might seem like a sure-fire way to hit that creative wall, but...

Israeli tech house DJ/producer Guy Gerber shows us his kit...

Guy Gerber has had a meteoric and at times slightly unconventional rise to the top from the early days of his productions on Luciano’s Cadenza...

Behind the scenes with d&b heavyweights

Dan and Phil Brookes, aka the Brookes Brothers, have been carving out a unique niche in the liquid drum & bass world since 2006. Smashing up the d&b arenas with their DJing and production skills, this year sees their stock rising still higher…

DJ Mag Tech takes a look at the newly opened Point Blank Studios in London...

Point Blank (London) has the heady accolade of being the best equipped Ableton and Pioneer training centre in Europe. However, not content to rest on...

Jon Rundell, Intec Records partner with Carl Cox, shows us his kit

Jon Rundell is on one hell of a musical journey. Partnering up with Carl Cox to run the influential Intec label, boss of his own...

The audiophile speaks out

DJ Harvey is one of the UK originators of the dance music scene. From his beginnings in Cambridge punk band Ersatz, he discovered hip-hop and DJing on a fateful trip to New York City, and later alighted upon an eclectic mishmash DJ style inspired by the B-Boy everything-in-the-pot approach of the NYC scene's first DJs. 
Later becoming a leading light for house music in the UK, his night Moist at London's Gardening Club cemented his reputation as a true original, where his mammoth sets became the stuff of legend, and where he also invited the legendary likes of Larry Levan as guests.