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Taken from the new 'Pick & Mix Vol. 1' compilation on Sweetbox...

Dexta, boss of experimental drum & bass label Diffrent Music, teams up with Iliad, aka one half of Conduct, to deliver ultra-hype anthem 'Popcorn Riddim'...

20-track comp drops this month...

Just in time for their 10th anniversary I Love Acid will release a 20-track compilation this month that comes on TB-303-shaped USB key.

Started back...

Majestic, melodic blend from Systematic boss

House and techno chameleon Marc Romboy is no one trick pony.

Whether it's liquid nitrogen prog alongside Stephen Bodzin (like 'Kerberos'/'Styx' released earlier this month)...

Prolific UK DJ and producer Mani Festo records a thunderous two-hour mix of rave futurism and hardcore nostalgia for the Recognise series, and speaks to...

Just Jack, Bristol

Remember a time when Bristol wasn’t part of the Holy Grail with London and Berlin as a triumvirate of electronic cool? No, us neither, but that was the case around seven years ago, with the glowing embers of a once great d&b scene the only thing to really be keeping the city on the map at all.

The biggest tunes on the underground this month

Since winning Best Label at the DJ Mag Best of British Awards in 2011, Defected have continued to go from strength to strength. Adroit at raising their finger to detect the prevailing wind of change, they've earned their rep by transforming the stirrings of the underground into mainstream success, pushing the likes of Tensnake to even greater heights and introducing house legends such as MK, Murk and Kevin Saunderson to a new generation of clubbers.

January’s Cheeky Bubblers...

Morgan
Fiercely low-slung tech

Morgan is the Australia-born, Barcelona-based selector that first came on to DJ Mag’s radar with her ‘The Queens EP’ on Sunday...

Cabin Fever at The Cause, Bangface Weekender, MUSU x Colours 

It has been a terrible time for UK club culture. We lost a big one, perhaps the biggest, with the passing of all round musical...

Meet the MC is DJ Mag's new monthly interview series, getting to know emerging MCs on the electronic music scene. This month, DJ Mag’s Amy...

Master Peace is settled into a booth at The Courthouse Hotel in Shoreditch.  Nestled amongst bare bricks and leather seats, the South London MC oozes an infectious...

Krewella explain once and for all why they will always be a sister act.

“I see us as two dirty trolls.” Jahan Yousaf is kicking it with her sister, Yasmine at home in LA. Hailing from Chicago, the Yousaf...

Paranoid London are on a mission to bring back the rawness of old house, with their skeletal acid tracks and Chicago-influenced beats. We head to...

It’s not just the scorching temperature that’s causing us to sweat, as we wander around the back streets of Hackney trying to locate Paranoid London’s...

Exploring the Scottish Highlands blossoming dance music scene

Inverness and the surrounding Highlands have steadily cultivated a vital space in Scotland’s dance music scene. Claire Francis explores a thriving network of intimate venues, passionate promoters, inclusive club nights, and upcoming DJs and producers putting the area on the map

Ask any event promoter, and they’ll tell you that one of the best measures of success is still good old-fashioned word-of-mouth. Mark Mackenzie, a DJ...