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The seminal tracks that altered dance forever!

In the mid-‘90s, drum & bass was the most futuristic, kick-ass, innovative UK-derived music around. After a gestation period in the underground, breakbeat science exploded into the mainstream, although that led to assorted TV ads and theme tunes and suchlike co-opting a d&b element to them. But because the scene itself was controlled by the DJs — Bryan Gee, Fab & Groove, Goldie, Hype etc — it was able to be steered back underground, so that by the end of the 20th century d&b was largely associated with the dark tech-step sound of No U-Turn et al.

Our YouTube series telling the stories behind dance music's seminal tracks continues...

Three copies to give away

This week we have another competition for you and it comes in the form of Brazilian d&b duo Marky & S.P.Y, who have come...

London-based Aussie house go-getter and Mall Grab collaborator Loods steps up on Shall Not Fade’s third anniversary comp. ‘Every Time’ is a light, warm and...

Bristol label Shall Not Fade are celebrating their third birthday this year with their first ever compilation. Set for release on 16th November, the LP...

The venue has been open since 2015

Leeds venue The Old Red Bus Station (TORBS) has extended its lease.

After facing potential closure to make way for a multi-storey car park, TORBS...

Shall Not Fade marks its fourth anniversary with a new comp featuring KETTAMA, Big Miz, Harrison BDP, Soela and more. Hear the warm, autumnal groove...

UK label Shall Not Fade will celebrate its fourth anniversary this month with the release of a new compilation, ‘4 Years Of Service’.

Spanning nine...

35: Warboy

Having run London clubs Caligula, labelled by MTV as ‘London’s answer to Studio 54’, nu-rave warehouse event All You Can Eat, celebrated as...

Brazilian d&b don headlines Cardiff record shop’s fest

Brazilian junglist drops dope debut album on Hospital

S.P.Y. was into hip-hop in the early '90s until he started hearing some life-changing dance music. “I heard The Prodigy 'Music Reach' and Jonny L...

E1 NYE, Canal Mills NYD, Patterns, Motion, Resonate x Space Lab and La Cheetah Club... 

Anyone would think it was Christmas, what with the current vibe— mayhem, chaos and hopes pinned on wish-list dreams. Brexit aside, here are the top...

For 20 years, DJmag has been in amongst it, at the vanguard of dance and electronic music culture, commentating, conversing and partying within the scene...

By the middle of 1991, the UK had experienced the biggest youth revolution since punk. Acid house had swept the nation in the late '80s...