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GALA Festival 2022: Everybody Loves The Sunshine  - Rob Jones

The fifth edition of London’s al fresco dance music festival took place in a sunny Peckham Rye Park this month. With a vast line-up celebrating local and international DJs and live acts, there was something for everyone on the bill. DJ Mag's Liam Smith reports back on festivities, and the sense that summer has well and truly arrived

It’s officially festival season, and on a long weekend at the beginning of June, London’s GALA returns to Peckham Rye Park for a successful fifth...

Michael Diamond shares cinematic video for ‘Third Culture’ album track, ‘Lamentations’: Watch

Michael Diamond has shared a new single from his forthcoming debut album, 'Third Culture'. A short film made to accompany the single, 'Lamentations', can be seen...

Roska announces new LP, 'Peace', shares single, 'Do Me Wrong ft Aleisha Lee, Jammz': Listen

Roska has shared details of his first album in four years, 'Peace'.


His fourth album, and third for his own Roska Kicks & Snares label...

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Since beatboxing first arrived on British shores from the US in the ’80s, the passion and innovation of UK acts have taken the art to unimaginable heights. Jak Hutchcraft charts the development of the scene, speaking to boundary breakers and educators, and finds it in ruder health than ever

DJ Mag is sat in Wembley Arena surrounded by thousands of singing children. We’re at a Young Voices event — the largest school choir in...

A press shot of Flume in a striped jumper, holding a bunch of white flowers against an orange backdrop

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...

Amnesia Ibiza announces new Monday night party series, Presents

Amnesia Ibiza has announced a new Monday night party series, Presents, which will begin on 20th June and continue until 3rd October.


Gorgon City and...

Self-releasing your music in 2022: which distributor is right for you?

When starting out in the industry, musicians and producers have what can often seem like an insurmountable number of new skills to learn outside of making music. With seemingly countless distributors offering widely varying features and products, choosing how to get your music on streaming services can be confusing. This guide seeks to demystify one of the most confusing aspects of releasing music

Digital distribution is the process of releasing your music to various digital streaming platforms (DSPs) and services. In the past, distributors would take care of...

One Out Festival completes 2022 line-up

Surrey's One Out festival has added more names to the line-up for its second edition, scheduled for June.


The festival, which returns to Apps Court...

Paradox: the numbers game

Three decades and nearly 200 records into his  career, jungle maverick Paradox is still breaking new ground, and earning new fans in the process. Ben Hindle speaks to him about using an old Amiga computer for his productions, keeping the funk in his breakbeat samples, and his dedication to performing live

“At the moment, I’m just trying to think of ways to bankrupt my distributor,” says Dev Pandya, his face plastered with a schoolboy grin. While...

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A new service called Aslice is aiming to create a fairer music ecosystem by asking DJs to report their setlists to its app, and pay...

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DVS1's new service Aslice asks DJs to donate a percentage of their fees to the artists whose music they play. Will it revolutionise how producers are paid in electronic music?

Aslice is a new platform founded by DJ and producer DVS1. The service is designed to help close the gap in income between DJs and...

Premiere: Maribel Tafur ‘Valle Sagrado feat. Ankalli’

A new collaborative project by Lima-based electronic music producer Maribel Tafur, the Mater Iniciativa research centre and renowned chef Virgilio Martínez explores the ecosystems, altitudes...

Selections: Jimi Jules

In this series, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share the contents of their collections. This week, as he releases his new album on Innervisions, Jimi Jules spotlights thumping melodic house and techno

For his new album on Dixon’s Innervisions, titled ‘+’ Zurich producer, DJ and vocalist Jimi Jules invites a cast of collaborators into his creative orbit...

Michael Diamond announces debut album, ‘Third Culture’

Michael Diamond will release his debut album, ‘Third Culture’, via  Vasuki Sound this summer. Listen to ‘Emergence’ below. 


Across seven tracks, ‘Third Culture’ merges “ethereal...

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The New York house stalwart got into fishing during lockdown, a new hobby that brought more serenity and balance to his life while his studio was out of action for a year and a half. Now, he's ready to hit South Beach for our Miami Pool Party

The idiom ‘gone fishing’ means to take a break from the everyday or be totally unaware of what is going on around you. Both of...