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KOKOKO! share two new singles, ‘Polo Muneni’ and ‘Nasali Nini’, on Transgressive Records: Listen

KOKOKO! are back with a new single, 'Elongi na Elongi', which translates to "face to face". Listen to 'Polo Muneni' and 'Nasali Nini' below.


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The Sound Of:  boxout.fm Recordings

Showcasing the diversity of sounds on offer in the Indian electronic music scene and inspiring a new generation of artists to get creative, boxout.fm Recordings has evolved from radio station to club night to vital label. Alongside a mix from its catalogue recorded by Mutable Mercury, founder DJ MoCity tells Safi Bugel about the platform’s journey so far

“People think musicians in India only make music that sounds ‘Indian’,” Mohammed Abood, founder of boxout.fm Recordings, explains to DJ Mag. “In reality, there’s a...

Mala and Joe Armon-Jones collaborate on new EP, ‘A Way Back’

London dubstep pioneer Mala and jazz keyboardist Joe Armon-Jones have collaborated on a new EP, titled 'A Way Back'. Listen to 'All Ways' below.


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Premiere: Sterac ‘Solidify’

Steve Rachmad will release a new EP on Token Records, ‘Light Into Darkness’, under his Sterac alias this week. Listen to ‘Solidify’ below. 


Across four...

Streaming royalty rates to be increased in the US, the Copyright Royalty Board confirms

The US Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) has set a new royalty rate for streaming services of 15.1% to pay songwriters and publishers for 2018 to...

Norma Jean Bell LP cover

Detroit saxophonist, producer, and vocalist Norma Jean Bell is responsible for some of house music’s most glorious moments, and has worked alongside the likes of Moodymann, K-Hand, Ron Trent and George Clinton. Her full-length opus, 'Come Into My Room', released in 2001, proved that she really is “the baddest bitch in this room”

If you look in the ‘about’ section on Norma Jean Bell’s Facebook page, it says, simply, “I’m the baddest bitch in this room...” It's a...

BBC admits to receiving complaints about DJ Tim Westwood

The BBC has admitted to receiving bullying and sexual misconduct complaints about its longtime presenter and DJ Tim Westwood.


A new report by BBC News...

Premiere: Tr One ‘I’m Dreaming Again’

Tr One will release his debut album, ‘From The Studio Of’, this month. Listen to ‘I’m Dreaming Again’ below. 


With previous releases notched up on...

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DJ Bone's Subject Detroit back catalogue has joined streaming platforms for the first time.


On Friday, July 1st, the legendary Detroit-born, Amsterdam-based techno DJ and...

AVA Festival shot from above

Last month, 16,000 ravers attended Belfast's AVA Festival at its new home on the Titanic Slipways. DJ Mag traveled to AVA to discover how the event is creating a sense of unity, community and a second wave of rave in the city

In 2015, Belfast’s first AVA Festival and conference found its home beneath the towering yellow Harland & Wolff cranes — affectionately named Samson and Goliath...

IMOGEN announces debut solo EP, 'What?'

UK DJ and producer IMOGEN has shared details of her debut solo EP, 'What?'


Spanning five tracks, the EP arrives off the back of two...

Kate Bush breaks three Guinness World Records with 'Running Up That Hill'

With Kate Bush's 1985 hit 'Running Up That Hill' currently enjoying a resurgence thanks to its use in the latest season of Stranger Things, she...

Congo Natty

On his upcoming 25-track opus ‘Ancestorz’ — which he describes as his life's work — long-serving jungle soldier Congo Natty unites many voices from across the diaspora, joining dots through the history of Black music and celebrating the new jungle generation. In a series of in-depth interviews for DJ Mag, he talks to Dave Jenkins about love, revolution, unity, and reclaiming his place in the history books

“This isn’t an interview, brother, this is an outerview!” Congo Natty declares. He draws on his spliff, holding DJ Mag’s gaze with intensity. Even through...

Bradley Zero and Nathanael Williams are opening a new Hi-Fi music bar, Jumbi, in Peckham

Rhythm Section founder Bradley Zero and Nathanael Williams, one-half of producer duo The Colours That Rise, are opening a new music bar in Peckham, South...

Marshall Jefferson is suing Kanye West over alleged unauthorised use of 'Move Your Body' sample

Marshall Jefferson is suing Kanye West over the use of a sample of the former's 1986 Chicago house classic 'Move Your Body'.


In a lawsuit...