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The Apple Music series will be split into 12 parts

Fatboy Slim has teamed up with Apple Music to launch a new 12-part mixtape series, 'Everybody Loves A Mixtape'.

The first instalment arrived last Friday...

Dance music has a mental health problem. Sirin Kale speaks to artists such as Luciano, Courtesy and Marie Davidson, as well as some PRs and...

March 2017. Luciano, real name Lucien Nicolet, is in Frankfurt airport, and he’s bent double with heart palpitations. He knows something isn’t right: things are very wrong, in...

After almost 30 years — minus a couple of splits — operating as Orbital, Paul and Phil Hartnoll are back with their first studio album...

Orbital are back. Hooray! One of the most important electronic bands of the last 30 years have split a couple of times over the years...

The U.S. producer's house rework is out this Friday

A Fatboy Slim classic has been given the remix treatment.

As part of an upcoming remix collection, titled 'Everybody Loves a Remix', garage legend Todd...

Luciano is an Ibiza icon. Witnessing the rise and fall of genres, nights, clubs and careers, his own resident sets at DC-10 and Vagabundos parties at Pacha...

What’s the concept behind DYSTOPIA?
Luciano: “It started after a long relationship with a group of people on the island. Eighteen, seventeen years ago, a...

Russian-born, Copenhagen-based Anastasia Kristensen has rapidly risen through the ranks in recent years thanks to a natural talent for mixing and a keen selector’s ear that...

In the first week of July last year, Anastasia Kristensen arrived in the Serbian city of Novi Sad for EXIT Festival. The gig was to...

Hervė is put in the hot seat as we ask some quick fire questions...

“We basically set the blueprint for the whole bassy, speed garagey, mash-up thing — bass house, fidget, wonk, wobble. All that stuff we did in...

With his latest album, the artist proves his genre-defying feats have only just begun...

 

Alexander Ridha loves sound. He uses the word 45 times in 62 minutes of conversation. That’s once every 82 seconds, if you’re counting. “My...

Featuring music from Justice, Luciano and Paul Kalkbrenner...

Matthias Meyer celebrates the 15th anniversary of Berlin clubbing institution, Watergate, with 15 tracks from the venue’s illustrious history.

As a resident at the club...

After first breaking through over a decade ago with bassline hit ‘Manny Man’, Manchester MC Murkz has returned revitalised with a new sound. Ahead of a...

Although Manchester has a long, proud history in music, growing up in the North West as an aspiring MC is not without its barriers. The...

We talk beats and pieces with DJ Craze...

Turntable Tyrannosaurus DJ Craze is one of the world's deadliest scratch masters. As devastating on a technical scratch routine as he is playing a hyped-up...

We sat down with Charles Levine, one half of Soul Clap and frontman of new band and project Lonely C, to find out why he...

Tattooist-turned-rapper TRAPY speaks to Amy Fielding about his favourite Marvel characters, obscure samples, and his reason for anonymity

Framed by white curtains and stood against the red brick tower blocks of the city, West-London born, British-Serbian artist TRAPY looks down from a window...

Londoner Beatrice Dillon’s electronic experiments and intriguing collaborations have resulted in one of the most eagerly anticipated albums of the year. She talks to DJ...

Drawing a line somewhere between soundscape artists like Plaid and the inventive techno sensibilities of Objekt, Beatrice Dillon’s sound is forward-thinking and spacious. Now, it...

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...