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A crowd facing the DJ booth in Hï Ibiza's main room

Hï Ibiza has been voted the World’s No.1 Club in this year’s Top 100 Clubs poll.


Top 100 Clubs is a celebration of the world’s...

Jamie Jones

After eight seasons at DC-10 in Ibiza and two lost to the pandemic, Jamie Jones makes his grand return to Ibiza this summer, and is moving his flagship party, Paradise, to Amnesia Ibiza. For his DJ Mag cover feature, Anna Wall speaks to the Hot Creations boss about coming up in the East London after-hours scene, mentorship, and becoming a dad

It was a humid summer night in June on the white isle back in 2005. Jamie Jones had just returned from Barcelona’s annual Sonar festival...

DJ Leisureware standing in an alley looking at the sky, wearing a raincoat and alien print tshirt

Leisureware “puts the lairy in Balearic” in his blissed-out, two-hour Fresh Kicks mix, and chats to Eoin Murray about “low intervention” DJing and The Occasional Feel-Good party and Soho Radio show

“Much like makers of trendy natural wine, I’ve adopted the ‘low intervention’ principle,” says William Smith, more appropriately known as the London-based DJ Leisureware. “While...

Batu press shot surrounded by purple flowers

Timedance label boss, innovative producer and a boundary-pushing DJ, Batu was on an upward trajectory — but the pandemic made him question his motivations and examine his history. With his debut album ‘Opal’ marking a bold new chapter in his sound, he talks to Chal Ravens about burnout, reinvention, heritage and contributing to the Bristol scene that nurtured him

On a cool night in upstate New York in September 2019, the floorboards of a wooden hut at Camp Kennybrook are shuddering with bass.Somewhere in...

Overmono's Ed and Tom photographed by Rollo Jackson 2

After years in the UK underground as solo artists, brothers Tom and Ed Russell, formerly known as Truss and Tessela, have made huge strides as a duo in recent years as Overmono. Lauren Martin learns how they’ve built a sound and A/V live show that taps into UK dance music legacies, all while staying true to themselves

When Tom and Ed Russell moved into their studio in 2018, they felt the weight of UK dance music history. Housed in the deep south-eastern...

Keith Flint black & white press shot

The Prodigy have paid tribute to Keith Flint on the third anniversary of his death.


The iconic singer and performer with the legendary rave trio...

Jamal Edwards

A vigil for Jamal Edwards took place yesterday (21st) in London.


Jamal Edwards, the founder of SBTV who was awarded an MBE in 2014 for...

TYGAPAW: music for the revolution

TYGAPAW makes music with a message of liberation, and of working toward a world where everyone is free to be true to themselves. It also happens to be music that slams. Bruce Tantum meets the Brooklyn-based artist to learn about their long journey to get to where they are now, and the road ahead

There’s a documentary called Underplayed, released in 2020, that focuses on gender, ethnic, and sexual equality issues within the electronic music world as seen “through...

Album covers from electronic music film soundtracks

Exploring the history of cinema, Martin Guttridge-Hewitt compiles 11 landmark electronic music movie soundtracks, arranged in chronological order, each of which earned its place on sonic merit, and significance in the canon of music and movies

When Bebe and Louis Barron presented their music for Forbidden Planet, Fred Wilcox's 1956 adaptation of The Tempest, the sounds were so alien...

SOPHIE DJ Mag cover feature lead

When news broke about SOPHIE's tragic passing in January 2021, the music world was stunned. A visionary artist who released on Hutleys + Palmers, Numbers and PC Music, and worked with stars such as Charli XCX and Madonna, at 34, it felt like SOPHIE was just getting started. Anna Cafolla, who wrote DJ Mag’s cover story on SOPHIE in July 2019, pays tribute to the unique artist’s authenticity and artifice

When I met SOPHIE for DJ Mag in 2019, I was struck by the artist’s singular vision. In the chaotic fug of Ibiza, SOPHIE shone...

Aural ID

Genelec has launched a new plugin called Aural ID. The new software uses a companion app to measure the shape and size of your head...

1989 acid house rave VR experience planned for Coventry City of Culture

An acid house rave VR experience with a 1989-theme has been unveiled as part of the City of Culture programme for Coventry, England, this year. ...

Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes, known mononymously Linden, spent the ‘90s capturing the queer clubbing scene in the north of England on his camera. Now his...

Throughout the 1990s, Stuart Linden Rhodes was a teacher by day and a writer and photographer covering the north’s gay clubbing scene at night. In...

Derry-born DJ, producer and Céad label boss Or:la has had a remarkable journey so far, from throwing raves in abandoned buildings to playing the world's...

Becoming a DJ came to Orlagh Dooley in a dream. No, really. During her first year of university, Dooley had an epiphany, in the form...

Original copies of the debut EP skyrocketed in value following the artist's death

SOPHIE's 'Nothing More to Say' is set for a vinyl repress in early 2022. 

The artist's debut EP dropped on the revered Scottish label Huntleys...