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Job Sifre

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’...

EBM is back, and in a big way. Below, the artists peddling the industrial dancefloor clatter on more discerning dancefloors choose their favourite tracks that...

EBM has been simmering on the underground in recent years, but is now back in full force as DJ and producers look to the roots...

The marathon shindig at De School will feature Marcel Dettmann, Courtesy, Batu and more...

Amsterdam club De School will once again be hosting a 62-hour long party during this year’s ADE.

Starting on Friday 19th October and running straight...

Tresor resident REKA steps up on Phase Fatale and Florian Engerling’s BITE label with her ‘Diving The Innermost’ EP. ‘Purge’ is a shadowy, dense cut...

Madrid-born, Berlin-based REKA will release her debut solo EP on Phase Fatale and Florian Engerling’s BITE label on Monday 22nd October.

Despite years of DJing...

EBM has been having a major influence on techno recently, but many of the DJs playing/producing the sound still utilise the genre’s classic tracks in...

The unstoppable influence of EBM has been clear to see recently.

The term EBM (electronic body music) was first coined by Ralf Hütter of Kraftwerk...

With Miller Genuine Draft...

Amsterdam Dance Event is Europe's biggest annual gathering of electronic music fans and industry heads. Across four days, numerous venues around the Dutch city host...

This year our flagship publication, DJ Mag UK remains at the forefront of dance music journalism, with a focus on established and up-and-coming underground talent...

Meet the Parisian making some of techno’s most intriguing machine music...

Myn’s debut EP ‘Violent Poetry’ landed on Pinkman in March and, introducing his brand of dark, driving machine techno built on EBM, minimal wave, electro...

EBM has been simmering on the underground in recent years, and now DJs including Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff are utilising the sound – alongside...

Dance music has been alive with talk of the return of electro in recent months. And while long-time advocates of the scene including DJ Stingray...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From explorative ambience and EBM to juke and techno, here's November’s list...

Penelope Trappes

Australian-born, London-based artist Penelope Trappes has deconstructed emotions to inspire her work. Witnessing grief, irreversible loss and studying the theology of death have...

Italo disco’s eternal evolution

Italo disco is everywhere again. But what does Italo even mean today, and is it at risk of being diluted into a catch-all term for anything with an '80s disco sparkle? Joe Roberts dives into the genre's history, and chats to some of its new devotees and longstanding champions about its ever-evolving sound

It now sounds like a DJ mix of the most widely-known Italo disco classics, but when it was released in 1999, I-F’s ‘Mixed Up In...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

As part of our end of year and end of decade coverage, we've written about our favourite albums, tracks and compilations. Here, DJ Mag staff...

DJs and producers are supposed to be on the same side. For decades now, producers have made the music, and DJs have played it. Simply...