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Celebrating twenty years at Radio 1

It's almost impossible to imagine the changes in dance music that Pete Tong has seen since he first stepped up to the decks as a...

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King DJ’s new album 'Let Me See You Feel' is out now on Bearfunk. DJ Mag wanted to know what he Can’t Live Without…

Nobody does the steamy sex-groove better than Chicago don K’Alexi Shelby...

K’Alexi is certainly proper house music’s most prolific exponent at the moment, with no qualms about declaring himself the Acid King on his latest 12-inch...

DJ/producer Mark Rae is one of the UK's finest beatsmiths.

Known for his seminal albums 'Northern Sulphuric Soul' and 'Sleepwalking' as part of Manchester downtempo duo Rae and Christian, he's also cut several solo albums...

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Caught between the demands of being an internationally-renowned performer and his desire for a quiet life, Australian producer Flume found balance upon returning to his homeland. Amongst nature, and with a restored sense of wellbeing, he completed his most ambitious album to date, 'Palaces'. Megan Venzin learns its story

Flume fills arenas, smashes stage props with sledgehammers, and builds booming soundscapes with the high-tech gear that fills his ever-expanding studio. Harley Edward Streten, on...

Experience May Day fun at Land Of Kings

Land of Kings is back over the May Bank holiday weekend, offering a real treat to all dance music lovers.

Spread across 15 venues, there...

Ready for the afterparty? WE ARE!

In our new Apple Music playlist series, some of our favourite DJs guide us through a selection of their ultimate afterparty tunes. This week's selector...

Durban’s DJ Lag is a pioneer of the world-conquering South African dance music genre, gqom. He’s toured the world and worked with superstars, but he’s...

In 2017, during his 21st rotation around the sun, DJ Lag was experiencing a moment that every artist dreams of but few ever reach. Gqom...

With Black Acre showcase at Corisca Studios this Saturday 15th May

The fantastic Warrior One, who we featured in the March issue of DJ Mag, bring their brand of jungle and reggae infused UK funky...

We talk to the production wiz

Rhys Adams – groove hound DJ extraordinaire and reggae-obsessed producer – makes up half of reggaecentric beat fiends Yes King alongside Mark Rae. Bringing his...

King Britt's new university class has hosted guests like Honey Dijon, Robert Hood, Roni Size and more. DJ Mag catches up with the legendary producer...

It's time to get voting in DJmag's Best of British Awards 2008!

Britain: renowned for many things, not least its voracious appetite for dance music and club culture. Home to some of the best clubs, DJs and...

Rudimental are the only UK dance act winners

Dance acts were overlooked at the Brit Awards last night (Wednesday 19th February), with only pop-junglists Rudimental winning anything amongst UK dance acts. The...

The mainstream media seems to think so – we know different.

Yesterday, following stats released about club closures over the past decade in the UK, BBC Newsbeat produced a report about the current state of clubbing...

UltraMixer is the first DJ software written to work on the big three operating systems - PC, Mac and Linux.

The software comes in three versions, including free, Basic (£59) and Pro (£129). All three can be useful, but the Pro version is the only...