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Artist: Floating Points
Album: Elaenia
Recording Label: Pluto
Rating: 8.0

Sam Shepherd is a genius. Not just musically — although we'd be inclined to argue...

What's in Lee Foss's record box this month

“Sometimes it does feel like a waste paying two rents but I’m happy to have the flexibility,” says Lee Foss, the DJ who still splits his life between London and LA, despite spending most of his life on the road. Having recently hit the UK charts with ‘Benediction’ as part of Hot Natured, Hot Creations, the label he runs with partner Jamie Jones, continues to consolidate its position — and live up to its name — as one of the world’s hottest house labels.

Getting down to techno and psy-trance in deepest Leicestershire

Continuously growing since its successful debut in 2012, Noisily Festival’s fourth year compelled 3000 free-spirited festival goers to gather in the woods of Noseley Hall...

The past, present & future of the most important festival in the Balkans...

Exit isn't a festival, it's a movement. Held each year in a gargantuan fortress that sits atop Serbia’s second capital of Novi Sad, Exit is...

DJ Mag gets our metal on at Melt Festival, Germany's notorious mash-up in an enormous open-air industrial museum...

 

The iron city of Ferropolis lies on a small peninsula. Smattered with mechanic giants, some up to 30 meters high, it still pays testament...

Movement’s 2105 edition underlined all that is unique and alluring about Detroit, while pointing to the potential pitfalls of the festival straying too far from...

 

There’s something about Detroit that gets under your skin.

A mystery wrapped inside an enigma, to borrow a saying, it’s both what you expect...

Our clubbers' guide to Glastonbury, the mother of all festivals...

When millions tuned into the BBC to watch Mary J Blige cry her eyes out on the Pyramid Stage on the BBC last month —...

DJ Mag soaks up the atmosphere...

As the curtain falls on the 52nd edition of Southport Weekender, Masters at Work drop Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes ‘Don’t Leave Me...

From grave to rave! Bloc rose to return to its spiritual home for its first festival since its infamously ill-fated attempt in 2012. So how...

It’s the wee small hours of a Monday morning in March. As most of Britain sleeps in preparation for what will probably be another mundane...

Showtek turn a Punta Del Este mansion into a headline party

Despite forecasts of rain, we are welcomed to the Cosmopolitan city of Punta Del Este with blue skies. As a key Latin American tourist centre...

Another year, another fantastic Outlook!

Every year, 16,000 or so bass music fans make the pilgrimage from all over the world to a small coastal town in Pula, Croatia for...

Croatia's Hideout is more insane than ever. We're lucky to make it out alive...

"I work in an office 50 weeks a year. I work, and I gym. That's why I come to Croatia for one week and just...

Miller & Felix Da Housecat bring the night flight to Chile

The night is black and the mist hangs low over the motorway. The car we are travelling in swerves off road and towards a military...

New world order

Glastonbury isn't a festival, it's a settlement. Twice the size of Bath, it's more like a refugee camp for society's arty and most liberal than...

Victoria Park, London on Saturday 19th July

Five weeks after the buzz of Field Day, it's Lovebox's turn to woo East London's festival ravers.

The weather might have held out for...