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The two-venue event will take place over 13 hours

Sisu collective will host their fourth-anniversary party in Liverpool this weekend.

A community providing a platform to educate, inspire and showcase aspiring women and non-binary DJs...

The UK crew celebrate diversity while providing a platform to educate and inspire female DJs and producers

London's Southbank Centre has announced DJ collective Sisu as residents for Concrete Lates. 

The crew will begin their tenure at the cultural hub this spring...

London’s Risen festival announces over 80 names for 2023 line-up

London festival Risen has revealed the line-up for its second edition this spring in Hackney Wick.


The one-day event celebrating "the divine feminine" will take...

With a new mix CD due for release on the 28th January we caught up with dj/producer Joey Negro.

Chances are, if you're down with dance music and you're down with the funk, you know Joey Negro. The man also known as Dave Lee...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to top this month. From experimental ambience and hardcore to UK rap and future-facing trance, here's May...

On her new release for London experimental electronic label TT, Pittsburgh’s VRBA wants to take you to another realm, somewhere that “makes you want to...

 Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, São Paulo’s BADSISTA...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From found sound turntablism, techno and two-step to experimental soul and glossy...

Albeit fresh to the DJing world — having been behind the decks for just over a year — SORAYA is making an impact within the...

Having risen as a prominent member of seminal Peckham drill collective, Zone 2, Kwengface is now a certified veteran of the scene. Pairing his sharp...

It’s late June, and Kwengface is up in the mix of meetings, promo and press around his highly anticipated solo tape,‘YPB: Tha Come Up’. But...

Selections: Peach

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, Peach spotlights recent staples in her genre-hopping DJ sets

Canada-born, London-based DJ and producer Peach has built her reputation with DJ sets that traverse all manner of genres, from twilit Chicago house to full-pelt...

Artists to watch 2022

Introducing the artists set to make waves this year: From Jersey club, Afrotech, and hardcore to UK rap, Brazilian grime, Ghanain asakaa and beyond, these are the DJs, producers and MCs pushing tomorrow’s sounds today

The hyper-kinetic pulse of Jersey club is taking over the world, and one of its most prolific young talents is New Jersey polymath, SJAYY, whose...

12 emerging artists you need to hear: November 2022

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From crystalline house and propulsive techno to experimental ambient and club-tuned pop here's November 2022's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of

House music as shimmering and crystalline as a diamond, but suffused with endless warmth? That’s the domain of London DJ and producer Flaurese. His 2020...

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...