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Deborah De Luca plays an exclusive DJ set from Mauritius 

DJ Mag teamed up with Deborah De Luca to live stream a DJ set from Mauritius 

DJ Mag teamed up with Deborah De Luca to live stream an exclusive DJ set from Mauritius on Sunday. You can watch the full set...

We're digging the psychedelic hip-hop and dub funk vibes of Mauritian-English Mo Kolours...

“I think with electronic music and modern day ideas about mastering and all these processes, people want to get rid of the background noise and...

With Miller Genuine Draft

Each year, as part of the Miller SoundClash DJ competition, we give one DJ Mag reader the chance to fly to Las Vegas and compete...

Meet the DJs who'll play on the Relentless Energy Stage at Leeds Festival this weekend...

Earlier this year, we invited you to submit your mixes for the chance of winning a DJ set on the Relentless Energy stage at Leeds...

Ninja talks us through her top 10 record bag essentials...

After two months on the road, spinning everywhere from Dubai to Mauritius, NINJA is back on home turf. Known to her pals as simply Farah...

After dropping his third mixtape in summer 2020 — full of honest bars about mental health and working towards goals — and collaborating with Loraine...

It’s the mid-2010s, and the MC now known as Le3 bLACK is holed up in his halls at Westminster University. Surrounded by Indomie noodles and...

Producing under the alias Renegade, Ray Keith delivered an instant classic in 1994's ‘Terrorist’, one of the most recognisable jungle tunes of all time. Its thumping chopped...

“It's so far ahead of its time that you can play that in the dance now and people still go crazy," says junglist, innovator, DJ...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From fiery percussive club music and techno to celestial synths and deep...

Italian-born, London-based Giulia Tess’ genre-defying releases glide between off-kilter techno, dancehall rhythms, leftfield electronica and more. So far, they’ve caught the attention of labels such...

How the global boom of African music is resonating with electronic artists in the diaspora

It’s an exciting time to be both a new and old fan of African music, but how does it feel for African artists raised and working in the diaspora? As producers and consumers, these artists have a unique vantage point on this cultural shift. Jessica Kariisa speaks to Nazar, Hagan, Juba and Chief Boima and asks: what does music from “back home” mean today?

In the early 2000s, there was a small, unassuming stall on the second floor balcony of Kampala’s Bugolobi market. Stocked with computers, scanners and other...