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Bristol slo-mo house sensations

“Did we call ourselves 'Behling & Simpson' because it sounds a bit like soul sensations Ashford & Simpson? Oh, most definitely,” says Sam Simpson, one half of the slo-mo Bristol house pairing. “When we DJ, we do tend to end up recreating the dance routines from 'Solid As A Rock', which is frankly equal parts exciting and disturbing.”
Behling & Simpson have been slowing house music down for a while now.

‘Voodoo Ray’ man collabs with rave author at Manchester literary music fest

Louder Than Words is a new alternative literary festival “celebrating words — oral, written and published — associated with the music industry”. It’s taking place...

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The Weeknd has appeared in a new episode of The Simpsons.


Aired on 20th March, the episode, titled 'Bart The Cool Kid', features the Canadian...

Premiere: angelicaa & First Circle ‘Simpsons Sky’

London artists angelicaa and First Circle have collaborated on a new EP for Edited Arts. ‘angelicaa FC’ will be released on 18th March, and you...

In this regular feature, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share the contents of their Bandcamp...

Clubs around the world are shut, and opportunities to find new music out in the wild have been ripped from under our feet as a...

Rham Records has refuted the producer's allegations

Gerald Simpson, aka A Guy Called Gerald, says he has never been paid for his 1988 single 'Voodoo Ray' or his 1989 album, 'Hot Lemonade'...

DJmag.com chatted to Defected Records' boss Simon Dunmore about Ibiza, and running club nights at Pacha.

When Pacha poached Defected from El Divino last year, the harbour-side club was not happy.

During their two-year tenure, Defected had become El Divino's flagship...

He's hoping to fight back against the "unauthorised exploitation" of his music

A Guy Called Gerald is planning to take action over the alleged "unauthorised exploitation" of his music by UK label Rham Records.

Last month...

Legendary Dance Energy TV host assembles an all-star line-up!

Normski, the host of groundbreaking '90s BBC2 TV show Dance Energy, is going back on the air again for a session on DJ Mag TV. ...

Out 17th April on Hedonism

Marking a triumphant return to his own imprint this month, Simion is back with a new single 'Why Don't You Say'. Set to drop on...

The 2010 Rio Music Conference thinks big...

Inspired by Miami's WMC, last year's inaugural Rio Music Conference proved a successful start to the city's attempts to focus the attention of dance music's...

Fedde Le Grand brand new single, interview and on-the-road footage

No wonder Dutch superstar DJ Fedde Le Grand’s new track is called ‘So Much Love’. Watch the video, which shows him playing to crowds of...

Simon Baker's influences

Simon Baker – TaSimon Baker studied classical guitar and musical theory as a kid, a grounding that undoubtedly put him in good stead once he...

'Classic Deep House'

Expect to find the sounds associated with Simon and his releases on labels such as 2020Vision, Playhouse, Get Physical, and Infant.

More names in the new wave of residents include Laurel Halo, Timedance, Move D, and Aurora Halal...

The mighty Rinse FM has announced a vast new wave of residents station’s summer season featuring the likes of Jackmaster, Laurel Halo, Barely Legal and...