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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...

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...

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...

Hypercolour boss launches new Initials label: exclusive mix and interview

Ste Roberts might not yet be as well known as producer as Alex Jones, one of his partners behind new label Initials, but that's soon...

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...

Hot Creations' young new talent

Groove is a word that keeps cropping up whenever the name Robert James is mentioned. Handy that when you just so happen to be one...

For New York DJ, artist and label boss Joaquin “Joe” Claussell, music is about spirituality and togetherness. With a new album, ‘Raw Tones’, released this...

“Here comes the hose!” On a sweltering August Saturday in 1999, the Body & Soul party packed New York City’s Grand Central Park for a...

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...

Joe Dukie from Fat Freddy's Drop talks to use about some of his most important records.

What is the track that reminds you of your childhood?
“Kenny Rogers 'Islands in the Stream’ — I love that song. My stepfather was a...

Acid techno don's most influential records

Poland-born Babicz moved to Germany when he was seven, and began making acid-inspired techno music under the name Rob Acid in the early '90s.

New website opens dance music's vaults

The arcane knowledge of electronic music's formative years was once the preserve of high and mighty, second-hand record shop employees. Now oldschoolmp3.com updates crate-digging for...

Detroit legend speaks out

Robert Hood was a member of Underground Resistance, the legendary militant visionary techno collective from Detroit. After leaving UR in the early 1990s, Robert pioneered a minimalist form of techno — along with Daniel Bell, Richie Hawtin etc — in reaction to the increasingly hardcore “too ravey” twists and turns that techno was taking.

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’...

Tackling extraordinary challenges and pitfalls in his life, Detroit’s Robert Hood is a passionate advocate for the transformative power of electronic music. An ordained Christian minister, we meet him in Berlin after...

In the early hours of the morning on November 10, 1938, anti-Semitic rioting raged across Nazi Germany, in a pogrom that saw more than 100 Jews killed and 267...