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Tech-funker launches series of solo parties

One DJ. One Room. All Night Long

DJ Mag meets the man formerly known as Elite Force to talk about his most personal electronic album to date...

There is one story told by Simon Shackleton which perfectly crystallises his status as the polar opposite of the stereotyped ‘Hollywood DJ’, all champagne-spraying, crowd-surfing...

More names added to line-up for Manchester breakbeat awards

There are festivals - and then there is Burning Man, the week-long arts and music festival in Black Rock Desert, northwest Nevada.

It's Mad Max on acid, a sensory overload of the weird and wonderful in a kaleidoscopic fantastical bubble. It's where art and music collide in...

Tech-funk main man makes album with Oscar-winning film composer

Elite Force is totally at the top of his game right now. He’s been riding the success of his ‘Revamped’ album over the past year...

Coxy, Beyer, Blawan & Dave Clarke are fans...

Techno bombs don't come bigger than Slam's new cut, 'Make You Move'. It's set to drop on the new sub-label of the duo's famed techno...

An intimate boutique offering, Kendal Calling has emerged as one of the most innovative independent festivals over recent years.

Easier on the pocket than most of the big guns and resting in the littoral woodland splendour of the Lake District, Kendal Calling still comes...

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strong>Cable at London Bridge has become a conduit for the best bass bizness in London town, which may be why tireless breaks producer...

Exclusive mix

The Loops of Fury used to be angry. In fact, they were furious. All they did was go round and round and round. Then in...

63: Aquasky

There can’t be too many acts who make it to eight dance albums but then Aquasky aren’t your run of the mill producers. Drum and...

The next <b>Breaking Ground</b> promises to be another smasheroo. With 30 DJs representing the mightiest selectors of breaks, drum and bass and electro, they're returning...

The next Breaking Ground promises to be another smasheroo. With 30 DJs representing the mightiest selectors of breaks, drum and bass and electro, they're returning...

Including Shy FX, MJ Cole & more

As a popular figure in the bass music scene, a huge line up of DJs have donated their services free of charge for a benefit gig at The Egg, London on Thursday 28th March.

Big Beat Reunion Goes Off With A Bang

Reunions can be a bit naff, but this one went off like the proverbial bomb. You didn’t have to have been a Brighton clubber back...

The mother of all festivals

Mother of all festivals, Glastonbury is a fantastic place to go for dance music fiends — and indeed for fans of pretty much any style of music. The DJ Mag crew arrive on Saturday morning, having already missed a wealth of talent such as Boys Noize, Simian Mobile Disco, Julio Bashmore and Gold Panda, as well as Chic, the Arctic Monkeys and Portishead, but it doesn’t matter as there’s plenty more to be had over the next two days of frivolities.

DJmag.com caught up with breakbeat DJ Paul 'Trouble' Arnold to discuss the future of breaks, ketomine, and minimal.


Paul Arnold's dog loves breakbeat apparently


Little known fact: Paul once auditioned to be in boyband Westlife


Paul 'Trouble' Arnold's opening statement is likely to...