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It has been two decades since he debuted with 'The Mezz'

Radioactive Man has announced a new 20-year retrospective, 'Doors To Manual'.

Marking 20 years since the release of mutant-electro producer Keith Tenniswood's first EP under...

We get the lowdown with Keith Tenniswood before 'Luxury Sky Garden' lands in May

Keith Tenniswood has reignited his Radioactive Man moniker for another wildly experimental and blistering take on electro — in his own inimitable way. DJ Mag...

Listen to radio show from 7pm to 9pm this Friday 18th May

DJ Mag Editor Ben Murphy and DJ Mag USA Editor Joe Roberts will take to the airwaves of Strongroom Alive Radio this Friday (May 18th...

160-pages featuring interviews with Danny Rampling, Bobbie Gillespie and Radioactiveman

A book to honour the late-UK music legend Andrew Weatherall is being published through the iconic magazine Jockey Slut.

Appropriately titled 'Andrew Weatherall: A Jockey...

A sweater is also available to purchase via Bandcamp

A run of charity t-shirts and sweaters printed in memory of the late Andrew Weatherall are on sale.

As part of a fundraising effort from...

Genius is an over-used term, but it is undeniably apt when applied to Andrew Weatherall. DJ Mag’s editor-in-chief, Carl Loben, pays tribute to one of...

One of the most respected, important and influential DJ/producers in our scene, Andrew Weatherall, has passed away. The tragic news was confirmed by his management...

Compilation of the Month: Andrew Weatherall ‘Heavenly Remixes 3 & 4’ [Heavenly Recordings]

Andrew Weatherall's remixes for Heavenly Recordings are spread across two glorious volumes, and demonstrate his magic touch for turning live bands into dancefloor gold

Such was Weatherall’s production influence on Primal Scream’s ‘Screamadelica’, their 1991 album that distilled the Balearic spirit of acid house, he’s indelibly linked to Creation...

For two decades dBridge has been crafting next-level drum & bass, as part of Bad Company, solo, with his label Exit and fellow zeitgeist surfers...

He's made house, electro, techno, done it all, but it's still breakbeat culture he returns to time and time again...

DJ Mag's alternative choices

Beyond the Top 100 DJs poll 2013 there's a whole world of underground DJs pushing the boundaries of their art-form and championing the most forward-thinking new music. The DJs in our annual Alternative Choice feature represent a selection of unsung heroes selected by the DJ Mag team.

Running the musical gamut from minimal techno to abstract hip-hop, dubstep to Baile funk, via ska, electro pop, house and Balearica, Sonar truly has something...

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Can Matt Edwards, aka Radio Slave, really do no wrong? Not content with simply knocking out the funkiest techno and most mind-twisting house with...

The Covid-19 crisis has thrown up many problems for the manufacturing and distribution of vinyl. Bruce Tantum speaks to a selection of record shops, labels...

Most vinyl consumers probably never think about the path that their favourite new record has travelled. They scan the wall of their local shop or...

Billy Nasty shot by Carl Loben

A stalwart of the UK’s dance music community for over 30 years, DJ Billy Nasty was a pioneer of '90s progressive house before launching his techno and electro labels, Tortured and Electrix. A true vinyl devotee, he now runs the Vinyl Curtain record shop in Brighton. Harold Heath meets him in his home town to talk mix CDs, underground dance music history, running labels and the enduring importance of vinyl DJing

It’s fitting that DJ Mag meets acid house original, world-class DJ, UK techno trailblazer, mix-CD pioneer and vinyl-devotee Billy Nasty in his record shop The...