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Eric Prydz announces Miami Music Week party

Eric Prydz has announced a party for Miami Music Week next month, taking over RC Cola Plant in the Florida city's Wynwood Art District on...

Spotify's Noteable x DJ Mag at Miami Music Week

DJ Mag has teamed up with Spotify's Noteable to present a livestream during Miami Music Week.


The show takes place at Spotify's pop-up Miami studio...

DJ Mag Miami pool party

DJ Mag has announced the first phase of its 2022 Miami pool party line-up.


Marking the first DJ Mag pool party since 2019, the event...

HoneyLuv

HoneyLuv is a platform for Taylor Character to express her passion for house music. Ahead of her set at the DJ Mag Miami Pool Party next week, she's ready to embrace the start of a busy summer of touring

Taylor Character’s path was set towards working for the US government, via her preliminary stint in the navy. Prior to that she had a bright...

Mele

Melé used to pandemic to regroup and refocus. With a lot of new music and a renewed sense of energy, the Liverpool-born DJ/producer is ready to get back out on the road and hit Miami for DJ Mag's Pool Party

“The strangest situation was in 2018 when I got a phone call saying The Prodigy want me on tour,” electronic musician Melé says. “That blew...

Marco Faraone

Ahead of his appearance at DJ Mag’s Miami pool party, we chatted with the Italian DJ and producer about his journey in dance music and his approach to DJing

It is a relaxed, happy and enthused Marco Faraone who chats to DJ Mag via Zoom from a sunny terrace at his parents' house in...

Dennis Ferrer press shot

The New York house stalwart got into fishing during lockdown, a new hobby that brought more serenity and balance to his life while his studio was out of action for a year and a half. Now, he's ready to hit South Beach for our Miami Pool Party

The idiom ‘gone fishing’ means to take a break from the everyday or be totally unaware of what is going on around you. Both of...

Chris Stussy in a black t-shirt and hat against a blue sky

Dutch house DJ/producer Chris Stussy was about to break into the big-time when the pandemic struck. Now, he’s determined to make 2022 his year 

Chris Stussy is talking to us from a hotel room in Los Angeles. Almost exactly two years ago, on March 13th 2020, he had just...

press shot of Andrea Oliva looking down, with blue and pink lights

Swiss DJ/producer Andrea Oliva had the time and headspace to launch his new All I Need brand during the pandemic pause, and now he can't wait to hit South Beach for our DJ Mag Miami Pool Party next week

“Obviously Miami, especially South Beach, I’ve always had great experiences there. Back in the day, Miami Winter Music Conference, then Ultra, now Music Week... I’ve...

Layla Benitez

The Space Miami resident was first introduced to clubs as a child by her famous dad, but since then, Layla Benitez has made her own way in the industry and followed her own musical path. Ahead of playing our Miami Pool Party next week, she speaks to Niamh O'Connor about her rise as a touring DJ

Layla Benitez goes with the flow. Before landing her residency at Space Miami, she didn’t follow a clear-cut path in DJing and producing, despite her...

Eats Everything press shot

Ahead of his set at our DJ Mag Miami Pool Party later this month, Eats Everything tells us about his enduring love for DJ culture and passion in digging for many forms of electronic music

There are certain gauges of enthusiasm in the DJ game that are certified and scene-recognised. For Instance, there’s the fizzy thrill of a DJ playing...

QRTR press shot

On her new album, ‘infina ad nausea’, Brooklyn's QRTR blends multi-layered melodies with club-ready beats, from house and techno to UKG and jungle. Ahead of her set at DJ Mag's Miami Pool Party this week, she chats to Ben Murphy about her distinctively trippy sound, her famous feline friend, ambientkitty, and the busy festival season ahead of her

“I feel very comfortable drawing from a lot of different influences, and don’t feel like I need to box myself into something necessarily,” says Meagan...