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Jun Kamoda returns to his hip-hop roots with a new, tape recorded second album. Hear the chopped-up rhythm and sizzling melodies of ‘Post Utopia’ now

Jun Kamoda will release his second full-length album, ‘II’, next month.

Set for release on the Nagano, Japan-based artist’s own JUN RECORDS, the 12-track release...

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It’s a classic scenario. After the over indulgence of the festive period, our thoughts in January turn to shedding the excess and toning up those...

With an unrestrained take on disco, house and funk, Amsterdam’s Kamma is a star in the making. Ahead of several performances this year’s ADE, we...

It’s a glorious August afternoon in Amsterdam. Boiler Room is streaming live from Dekmantel Festival’s recognisable corrugated steel tunnel. Kamma has only just dropped the...

They’ve also launched their own strain of cannabis, “OOH La La”

Run The Jewels have shared a video for their track ‘JU$T’.

The track, a collaboration with Pharrell and Rage Against The Machine's Zack De La...

Hello? Repeat boss thinks back

We ask top DJs about their roots

Anetha launches her new label Mama told ya with a collaborative EP alongside Sugar and ABSL. Hear the fierce, high octane techno of Sugar’s ‘Vapouring...

Paris’ breakthrough techno star Anetha has launched a new label, Mama told ya. 

The first release on the label comes in the form of a...

Ah! Kosmos readies her new album ‘Beautiful Swamp’ on Compost Records. ‘June’ blends rich electronics with contemporary classical motifs for a textured sonic trip...

Istanbul-born, Berlin-based producer Başak Günak AKA Ah! Kosmos will release her new album ‘Beautiful Swamp’ on 5th October via Compost Records.

The multi-instrumentalist’s second album...

DJ Mag takes a look at legendary cosmic jazz adventurer Sun Ra

A HUNDRED years ago a man named Herman Poole Blount was born in Birmingham, Alabama. Although he would have disputed that, for not only did...

Bass aficionado Freq Nasty tastes the delights of Goa's fifth Sunburn Festival

What do Pete Tong and thread-finned salmon have in common? They both make a ton of cash for local fishermen in the Indian seaside state...

Roland Juno-X

Roland has unveiled a new hardware polysynth called the Juno-X. Based on Roland’s hardware polysynth classic, the Juno-106, the Juno-X features a similar layout and...

Online record store Juno celebrate 10 years with classic house re-issues

The innovative, enduring Juno Records – one of the first online record stores - celebrate 10 years in 2007. To toast this achievement, they're re-issuing...

Brooklyn's underground electronic duo Blondes are back with a new album, laced with dark techno tones and hypnotic psychedelic edges. With all eyes on NYC...

When various music circles started buzzing in early 2010 about a Brooklyn duo that fused elements of the American jam-band aesthetic with ecstatic trance, we approached with due caution. Fast-forward over the past three years and, what could have potentially gone so wrong has gone so right.

Secret Solstice festival sweeps us across Reykjavík and into Iceland’s wilderness on a groovy trip of unimaginable extremes...

 

“HOLY GOD, IT’S FREEZING!” We aren’t sure who screams that line. Could be us. Most probably is. But regardless of whose mouth utters the...

James Grant & Jody Wisternoff mix magic into Anjunadeep's latest comp

This is the best one yet. After a single start-to-finish listen, we are convinced. ‘Anjunadeep 07’ is, unequivocally, the label’s finest compilation to date. James...

DJ Mag premieres a track from Jon Rundell's forthcoming EP

Jon Rundell has been DJing ever since he was 15, he saved up through his part-time job to get his first pair of decks and...