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Afrodeutsche, Nathan Fake, Laraaji, more remix the sound of the earth on new compilation

A new compilation commissioned by National Geographic and Alaska's Anchorage Museum sees a number of musicians rework and remix sounds recorded from the earth.


'Stations' is the...

Mary Anne Hobbs locks Jamz Supernova, Nia Archives, AFRODEUTSCHE, more for All Queens party at Fabric

Mary Anne Hobbs is teaming up with fabric to put on a special event marking International Women's Day this March.


All Queens, set for 12th...

'City Stars' is out next month

Hyperdub is preparing the release of a new EP from footwork producer DJ Hank.

Spanning six tracks, 'City Stars' sees the Chicago-based artist channel R&B...

The votes have been counted and the results are in! Here are the winners in DJ Mag’s Best of British awards 2021

Tim Reaper’s star has been rising for over a decade. In junglist circles, he’s moved past being the exciting new kid on the block to...

Or:la, Overmono, Little Simz, Yung Singh, Ghetts, Joy Orbison, and Printworks London are among the winners in the 15th edition of DJ Mag’s annual UK...

DJ Mag has announced the winners of its annual Best of British awards, during a digital rollout across its social media channels and website.

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The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From lush liquid d&b and abstract electronics to feel-good house and low-key...

Based in San Francisco, Xyla’s music is not something that can be summarised by genre, but instead by its sensitivity. After moving from Houston to study...

Bloodworth's photography captured key moments from London's dubstep scene through collaborations with Rinse, FWD>> and more 

An archive of photography by the late Shaun Bloodworth is currently in the works.

The Shaun Bloodworth Archive, which will take in a website and...

As part of the ground-breaking dubstep crew DMZ, Mala’s mystical, hybrid sound captured the imagination of a new generation of dance music fans. As the...

There are few artists who can rightly claim to have helped create a new genre of music in the 21st century. One of them is...

There's also cameos from Benga and The Bug

Kode9 has shared rare footage from BBC 1 Dubstep Warz in 2006.

Earlier this month, Mary Anne Hobbs marked the 15th anniversary of her seminal BBC...

She described dubstep as "the music that changed my life" during the show

Mary Anne Hobbs this week marked the 15th anniversary of her seminal BBC Radio 1 Dubstep Warz broadcast with a special show on BBC 6...

Instead of our usual end-of-year lists, we’re doing things a bit differently this time. Below, DJ Mag's editorial staff and contributors highlight their favourite musical...

Just when you thought conversations about tempo were over, along comes 2020 with the hot, new, must-have bpm: 150. Though technically there’s actually nothing new...

The full album, ‘Sound Ancestors', will be released next month

Madlib has released the lead single from his anticipated instrumental solo album arranged by Four Tet. Titled ‘Road of the Lonely Ones’, you can listen...

‘Sixteen Oceans’ is out on 13th March

Four Tet has shared the third song off his upcoming album ‘Sixteen Oceans’.

The track, ‘4T Recordings’, premiered on Mary Anne Hobbs’ BBC 6 Music...

Electronic maverick Squarepusher’s new album finds him breaking his own rules, and drawing from the past for inspiration — but being him, it’s no simple nostalgia exercise. DJ...

In 1996 Dutch production company Lola Da Musica made a documentary, simply titled Drum & Bass, that has acquired cult status on the internet. Featuring an interview...

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Point Blank are back with another video tutorial from Danny Linton aka Funk Ethics. This time Danny demonstrates exactly how to make techno dub chords...