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Recognise is DJ Mag’s new monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music scene. This month, we speak...

Job Sifre sits in his home studio staring down at a tattoo on the back of his arm that reads, ‘This Must be the Place’...

Win tickets for Toolroom Knights at Ministry of Sound with an Italian twist

Fresh from tearing up Brixton Academy in October as part of Toolroom’s 5th Birthday celebrations, Mark Knight will return to the label’s spiritual home, Ministry...

Watch the Intec crew takeover our HQ

This week is a very special stream indeed, we have the Intec crew coming in to takeover our HQ. Carl Cox and Jon Rundell will be...

The festival returns to Victoria Park for its 2019 run...

All Points East has announced a huge selection of names for its 2019 edition, including Peggy Gou, Joy Orbison and Jon Hopkins, who’s billed to...

Clubbing cruise Music On Board sets sail Friday

High-roller clubbing isn’t a particularly new concept, but it’s definitely one that’s gained momentum in recent times thanks to the EDM explosion Stateside, and specifically, in Las Vegas. Brazil’s Music On Board (MOB) crew, meanwhile, has been busy bringing more than a touch of class to their own country’s electronic music landscape for the past six years — even at sea!

Music On Board (MOB); South America’s most rave-friendly cruise...

What’s big, floats on water and carries 2,400 dance music-obsessed Brazilians? Nope, Green Valley hasn’t been swallowed whole by a blue whale. This March...

Akala's Natives: Race And Class In The Ruins Of Empire is a fiercely honest appraisal of growing up poor and mixed race in broken Britain...

MC Akala, the stone cold power-fisted slayer of Charlie Sloth’s Fire In The Booth freestyle session, can also take down any quasi-righteous, over-privileged member of...

Body & Soul Star plays us his most inspiring records

Joe Claussell is on the brink of an exciting project, along with Brian Bacchus — they’re all set towork on remixing the Miles Davis catalogue. It’s a task that the Body & Soul star is approaching in a typically philosophical way. “Whatever the universe puts out we will accept it,” he muses. He’ll be heading to the UK this summer to the Southport Weekender along with Francois K and Danny Krivit for a Body & Soul special. “I really love what they do, what they put together, making sure they put on the best music festival around.” Coming from a household where each room had a different soundsystem playing a different genre, Joe Claussell is well equipped to sum up his Lucky 7...

DJmag team up with YouTube superstar, the DJ Tutor, and here we highlight some of the coolest videos that can be found at DJTutor.com.

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This lady got in touch with DJ Tutor in November 2006, asking questions...

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their...

Patience is a rare thing in dance music. Subtlety, even more so. With so much new music emerging in an ever-changing cultural landscape, it can...

Alison Wonderland is on the verge of releasing her sophomore studio album, ‘Awake’, after an incredible 2017 that saw her debut at No. 89 on...

Alison Wonderland is serenading DJ Mag over the phone. We’re comparing tattoos, and this author only has one – a waveform from Modjo’s 2001 hit...

Bristol label Pressure Dome’s third release is a weighty split 12” from Joe Craven and Human Resources. Hear Craven’s buoyant, dancefloor-stoking ‘Hurt Potential’ now

Bristol’s Pressure Dome label will kick off 2020 with a new split EP from Joe Craven and Human Resources, set for release on 7th February...

Leeds-based balearic vibe merchant Joe Morris steps up on Wonder Stories Records with ‘Cloud Nine’. The original mix is a dreamy, downbeat groover for the...

Leeds is hardly the first place you think of balearic house but it seems Joe Morris is determined to change that. A stalwart of the...

Exclusive wardrobe access

“I’m sat in a studio in New York, in between tour dates of Central and South America, with a Kenneth Cole v-neck t-shirt on that has an image of a painted cassette on it, and some Penguin jeans. Both items were given to me as presents. I’ve also got some Converse boots on that don’t go quite as high as the ones you get on the high street.”

We get to know Brighton's scratch king


Scratch DJ JFB is ill with the skillz “A lot of turntablists win competitions but never get DJ bookings because a lot of them don’t understand how to rock a party,” says mild-mannered Brighton-based British turntablist JFB, born to a French mum and a Hungarian dad.