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Julmud stands in a field of yellow flowers, in front of a mountain and blue sky, holding the hood of his blue sweater over his eyes

Ramallah-based rapper and producer Julmud serves up sounds from the Palestinian underground and beyond in his Fresh Kicks mix, and speaks to Theo Kotz about the local scene and his debut album, 'Tuqoos | طُقُوس'

“I removed the frets from the guitar and started fucking with it because I was bored of the scale — like, the Western scale —...

A prominent face in the Ramallah hip hop scene unveils an LP of heavy beats and granular textured sounds

Palestinian producer, percussionist, keyboard player, vocalist and music researcher Julmud has announced details of his forthcoming debut album, 'Tuqoos', arriving 30th March 2022. 

A prominent...

A black and white press shot of Loraine James in a hat / credit: Tim Saccenti

Loraine James has shared a new single, ‘Choose To Be Gay (Femenine)’.


Taken from the artist's forthcoming album, 'Building Something Beautiful For Me',  on...

Stellar shots of Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Circoloco, Elrow and more...

Ibiza had another huge summer in 2016, which delivered its biggest ever year for tourism, as well as bid farewell to White Isle institution...

Premiere: Yaseen ‘Siteh ft. Dakn’

ZULI and Rama’s irsh project returns next month with the release of a new compilation, ‘did you mean: irish vol. 2’. Listen to Cairo-based producer...

Loraine James announces new album, ‘Building Something Beautiful For Me’, on Phantom Limb

Loraine James is releasing a new album, called 'Building Something Beautiful For Me', this autumn. Listen to lead single 'Maybe If I (Stay On It)'...

The French producer/DJ is up on the pod...

Partyfine boss and French DJ favourite Yuksek steps up to mix this week's DJ Mag Podcast — and it's a groovy late-night delight. Featuring a...

The Black Madonna, Visionist, Levon Vincent & many more!

Unsound festival returns to the Polish city of Krakow, but for now the mystery shrouded event, with this year's theme being 'Surprise', has only released...

The label have closed their Parisian store, that's been at its current location since 2013

Launched in 2006, and the moved to its current location in 2013, the Parisian Smallville Records store was launched by Jacques Bon and Henrik Weber...

Fresh Kicks 178: Amy Dabbs

Amy Dabbs records a mix of uplifting, festival-ready house for the Fresh Kicks series, and speaks to Kamila Rymajdo about overcoming uncertainty to seize her moment as a DJ and producer

London-born Amy Dabbs grew up around music. On the way to school, her dad — a Northern soul DJ from Blackpool — would play Motown...

DJ Leisureware standing in an alley looking at the sky, wearing a raincoat and alien print tshirt

Leisureware “puts the lairy in Balearic” in his blissed-out, two-hour Fresh Kicks mix, and chats to Eoin Murray about “low intervention” DJing and The Occasional Feel-Good party and Soho Radio show

“Much like makers of trendy natural wine, I’ve adopted the ‘low intervention’ principle,” says William Smith, more appropriately known as the London-based DJ Leisureware. “While...

Plus our top tunes of the month and words from Coldcut, Hannah Wants and more...

Following the success of our first series of DJ Mag Radio, we’re back with a brand-new season of shows for 2018 with this month's episode...

We find out about Anja Schneider's fashion style

What are you wearing right now?

“Ah, you caught me on my way to a new photo shoot, I’m looking typically German DJish today. I’m...

Start your year as you mean to go on!

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WORLDWIDE AWARDS 2015, KOKO, LONDON
SATURDAY 17TH JANUARY
GILLES PETERSON, LONE, DORIAN CONCEPT, LIL SILVA, FATIMA, TAYLOR MCFERRIN, ANUSHKA, ATJAZZ, THE HELIOCENTRICS, ORLANDO JULIUS...

Sedef Adasi standing in front of a grey background holding a blue necklace

Panorama Bar’s newest resident, Augsburg's Sedef Adasi, balances blissed-out house with rave-ready acid, trance and electro in her Recognise mix, and tells Sophie McNulty about her route into DJing, fostering a sense of togetherness through music, and why she's not moving to Berlin

“I couldn’t just be a DJ. For me, what’s most important is that I contribute something to my scene,” says Sedef Adasi. We speak to...