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Sound of Belgium

Charting the story of EBM, New Beat, house and techno

Music documentary 'The Sound of Belgium' is free to watch online now via Vimeo. 

An Instagram post by Josh Cheon, boss at the much-lauded...

The importance of Belgium in the development of electronic music

With Belgium Booms, a series of events in London this October showcasing the country’s talent, and a new film The Sound of Belgium looking to change that public perception, we take a closer look at the country that gave us EBM, new beat, hardcore techno and so much more...

Taking to the Mediterranean in August...

The Ark Cruise has just announced its first stage partners for the event, which is set to take to the Mediterranean Sea between Thursday 31st...

Kygo, Blasterjaxx, Dave Clarke, Sasha and more also join...

Balaton Sound has announced the first wave of acts for the 11th edition of the festival, which takes place from Wednesday 5th to Sunday 9th...

Joined by Floating Points Live, Hot Chip and John Talabot

Belgian electro-rockers 2 Many DJs — who recently announced the release of a new Soulwax album — have been added to Liverpool’s Sound City line-up...

Also features reveals of snares, a “beer summon” button and a lot of lasers...

Deadmau5 revealed he had been working on a brand new live show with Eric Prydz last month (June), which the pair are set to premiere...

With Miller Genuine Draft

To celebrate the Miller Genuine Draft SoundClash DJ competition - where we challenge you to create the ultimate DJ mix for a chance to play...

Balearic trance

Ibiza played a central role in spreading a new take on trance around the turn of the millennium — a more soothing vein of the sound that captures the mood of a Mediterranean sunset. As clubs in Ibiza are opening again for the first time since 2019 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, DJ Mag dives into the roots of a genre that was inspired and shaped by the island’s unique appeal: Balearic trance

Long before turning into a global clubbing destination, Ibiza appealed to crowds looking for spiritual growth — with those from the hippie movement settling in...

Sansibar folds nostalgic rave sounds into futuristic techno and two-step cuts on his new LP for Kalahari Oyster Cult. Hear ‘Force Of Equilibrium’ now

Finnish producer Sansibar will release his second LP, ‘Sans Musique’, this Friday 3rd December via Belgian label Kalahari Oyster Cult. Listen to ‘Force Of Equilibrium’...

As part of our August cover story, on 15 years of Hyperdub, we shine a spotlight on five young artists who are taking the label...

PROC FISKAL

Proc Fiskal is a 22-year-old Scottish grime producer who rejects nostalgia as a concept, yet walks slap-bang into it. Last summer’s winsome debut...

We talk Boiler Room, Daft Punk and SW4 in this exclusive back-to-back interview between Tottenham’s DJ EZ and legendary US producer Todd Edwards...

Legends is a word that is bandied around so lazily these days that it often loses all meaning, but with Todd Edwards and DJ EZ, the cap well-and-truly fits.

Born in the UK in the early ‘90s, during a period of explosive creativity, the freeform breakbeats of jungle became the soundtrack to many producers’...

An avalanche of snare drums, sub-bass that pulverises your rib-cage, possessed divas wailing from the abyss; fragments of funk, shards of techno, dabs of dancehall...

EBM has been simmering on the underground in recent years, and now DJs including Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff are utilising the sound – alongside...

Dance music has been alive with talk of the return of electro in recent months. And while long-time advocates of the scene including DJ Stingray...

Luke Solomon’s quirky house sound is as British as buttered toast, and equally tasty.

“I never latch on to one particular trend when it comes to music,” says Luke Solomon. We’re talking about the New Jersey house revival currently pumping energy bubbles into the British underground house scene. And the reason we’re talking about it is because old school New Jersey house, says Luke, is something he loved and lived through the first time round.

The ADE parties you can’t afford to miss...

There are certain things you should avoid at ADE. The bikes and trams barrelling towards you when crossing the street would be one. Roaching the business card of that important new contact you made at the conference would be another.