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The seminal tracks that changed dance music forever

As was the case in many towns and cities in the UK in the late '80s, a sizeable portion of the youth of Stafford were infected with the rave bug. More or less equidistant between London and Manchester in the West Midlands (18 miles south of Stoke-on-Trent, 16 miles north of Wolverhampton), Stafford became notable for spawning two of the rave scene’s most successful acts – Altern8 and Bizarre Inc. And then, later, Chicken Lips too.


Techno original Aril Brikha is one of the smartest producers around...

The day before DJ Mag speaks to Brikha, the producer played a mammoth Berghain Sunday session, enticing the crowd with his deep techno blends and...

20 years of Ram, Alive and a six-hour set at Fabric, Andy C is still bringing it

Fresh – or should we say tardy? – from a three and a half week tour that saw him bring 160+bpm beats to the US...

Arriving in Miami means a lot to our cover star Eric Prydz – for more than one reason. The man who effortlessly makes underground house...

Going to Miami is a very big deal for Eric Prydz. Two years ago, the last time he was there, his massive track 'Pjanoo' became...

Gideön is hosting a marathon shindig at Soho Radio to protest Donald Trump’s UK Visit in July...

Gideön is organising a 12-hour marathon protest party at Soho Radio on Friday 13th July, the day US president Donald Trump is visiting the UK...

If found guilty he could face 6 months in jail...

British DJ Dax J could be charged with “offending public morality” after he played a remix of the Muslim call to prayer during his set...

New consumer report breaks down quite how long we blast the bangers every day...

It's due out later this month...

Knife Party, the duo of Pendulum's Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, have announced details of a new solo EP, titled 'Lost Souls'.

The EP will...

The best places for fun, food and relaxation on the White Isle...

Mar-T knows a thing or two about Ibiza — the Barcelona-based DJ and producer has been the resident DJ at Amnesia for over 15 years...

The NTIA has said that it will push for further support should there be any delay to the current plans

With rumours gathering pace that the UK government may delay the full relaxation of social distancing measures currently planned for June 21st, the Night Time...

Coxy made the comments during a live Q&A at BMC with Alon Shulman

Carl Cox has slammed the UK government for saying the dance scene is not “viable” during a Q&A at Brighton Music Conference.

Following comments made...

Kings Of Tomorrow

A soulful house classic, Kings Of Tomorrow’s ‘Finally’ appealed across the board thanks to its universal lyric and hopeful message. Kristan J Caryl talks to vocalist Julie McKnight, co-producer Jay Sealee, Defected’s Simon Dunmore and Bushwacka about its evergreen appeal

“I was visiting my cousin Jay,” remembers Julie McKnight of one special night in a New Jersey living room 20 years ago. “Sandy, the other...

The Scottish don expounds in new interview... 

Jackmaster has delved into his DJing philosophy in a new interview with Billboard. The high-flying Scottish player is joined by friend and fellow risen-star Peggy...

One of Germany's best-loved DJs

Tini Günter, better known by her stage name, tINI, is one of Germany's best-loved DJs. A well-established member of Loco Dice's Desolat family, she's been a lynchpin of the label's much renowned showcases — as well as their affiliated Artist Alife agency — for nigh on five years. A DJ of considerable repute, she's also a dab hand in the studio, as her 2011 long-player, 'Tessa', aptly demonstrated.

We twiddle knobs with Steve Strange and the gang

New Romantic pioneers Visage, best known for their multi-million-selling classic single 'Fade To Grey', are back with their first album — ‘Hearts & Knives’ — for 29 years!