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James Hype is up next in our DJ Mag Originals series

James Hype is the latest artist in the return of our How I DJ series, powered by Pioneer DJ. In this episode, he shares DJ...

Our DJ Mag Originals series, How I DJ, returns

The first episode in the return of our DJ Mag Originals series, How I DJ — powered by Pioneer DJ — has premiered today (14th...

Hypercolour to take over Great Suffolk St

Flagship house label Hypercolour will invade Great Suffolk Street Warehouse on Saturday 11th August for a takeover featuring Groove Armada, Todd Edwards,...

Maya Jane Coles, Robert Hood as Floorplan & more...

Following their spectacular debut on the island last year, global event series HYTE are set to return to Wednesdays at Amnesia in 2016. Loco Dice...

Wonderkid James Zabiela chatted to DJmag.com about his love for Ibiza, his first visit to the infamous DC10, and being Sasha's mate.

Remember your first trip to Ibiza?

Of course you can. You'd heard a lot about the island, everyone said you had to go and then...

Album released on Monday

It's fair to say that young James Blake has a lot of weight resting on his shoulders.

Hailed as the king of post-dubstep bass driven...

Levelling the digital playing field... 

Beatport is launching new Hype Charts to support rising labels, the online music giant announced today. 

Set to arrive early-June, the new additions will feature...

Audiophiles unite

Despacio is the new project from DFA and LCD head honcho James Murphy, with more than a little help from his DJing buddies the Dewaele...

BP Top Tracker brings you Beatport’s most hyped house, techno, disco, bass, EDM and trance for this month...

 

1  Free Your Mind (Original Mix) - Frank Pellegrino, Dave Rose 2  The Bomb (Original Mix) - Paul Darey 3  Lovemachine (Original Mix) - Thomas Gandey 4...
Loraine James: the art of instinct

Innovative London producer, live act and Hyperdub affiliate Loraine James has forged her own path with a personal sound that blends IDM, glitch and ambient with math rock, R&B and more. After releasing two albums in 2022 — for Ghostly International and Phantom Limb — and playing the Southbank Centre with the London Contemporary Orchestra, she meets Eoin Murray to discuss reimagining the works of American avant-garde composer Julius Eastman, expressing emotion through music, and staying true to her instincts

If you’d have told Loraine James a year ago that on a Sunday night in October 2022 she’d be performing at London’s Southbank Centre alongside...

London-honed party brand, label, studio and DJ/production duo Secretsundaze project years of experience into their new single ‘Still Hope’, a breathtaking deep house gem with...

Secretsundaze is one of the most revered house music outlets to have come out of London in the past two decades. The brainchild of DJs...

The Lawrence brothers lended their productions skills to Sam Smith's theme.

Disclosure revealed that they co-produced Sam Smith's James Bond theme song.

The Lawrence brothers, who have worked with Smith in the past, confirmed their involvement...

No Limitations - James Blake’s Neon Future Funk

“If anyone is hating on it, it’s evident they’re not really behind me as an artist, they’re just behind certain releases. That’s not necessarily unexpected...

Who are the most exciting Ram acts now? We delve deeper into the world of Ram...

WILKINSON
29,200 Twitter followers, 126,569 Facebook fans and charting at No.8 in the UK Official Top 40, Wilkinson is big news, but it hasn't always...

Industrial strength: finding hope at Sheffield’s No Bounds festival

Centred around Sheffield’s Hope Works club, No Bounds festival’s sixth edition in October mixed cutting-edge rave NRG and thought-provoking art with a community-building ethos. With the help of founder Liam O’Shea, artistic curator Amy Carter Gordon, and club residents Gracie T and 96 Back, Eoin Murray reports back on the inspiring weekender, and learns the story of its spiritual home as it celebrates its 10th anniversary

“Without hope we're fucked,” says Liam O’Shea, founder of Sheffield club Hope Works, and director of No Bounds festival. “Hope can be different things at...