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We hit their studios to find out how they craft their hugely successful tracks...

Rudimental have managed to blur the lines between dance music and pop whilst still remaining credible. A killer debut album and a wealth of stellar...

German production duo Kaiserdisco turn up the heat in the studio...

Patrick Buck and Frederic Berger paired up as Kaiserdisco back in 2008 to deliver a unique take on the tech-house sound. Their 2013 dancefloor smash...

We catch up with the Danish Kompakt king to take a look around his studio and find out more about the gear behind his sound...

What did your studio look like when you first started?
Kölsch: "My first kit was an Amiga 500 and headphones. Made my two first records...

Dublin-born, Berlin-based techno producer Matador is turning up the heat with his tasty productions...

Gavin Lynch discovered a love for electronic music at a very early age. An avid vinyl collector and dab hand in the kitchen, he took...

Exclusive studio access

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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What was your first studio setup?
"My first setup was an iMac G4 running Garage Band. I had a few guitars and one synth, a...

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'...

Following our coverstar feature in the magazine, DJmag.com catches up with Sharam Jey to discuss some tricks of the trade, and his favourite production gadgets.

Sharam Jey's debut artist album '4 Da Loverz' is a slice of pure funk, and has real crossover potential.

The album is a mixture of...

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...

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.