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Point Blank instructor, producer and DJ Stefano Ritteri demonstrates how you can use the OP-1 and Pocket Operators to create a track on the road

Despite being first announced back in 2009, nothing has come close to matching the innovative nature of the multi-award winning Teenage Engineering OP-1. Part synth...

OP-1 synth

Teenage Engineering has announced a new version of their much-loved OP-1 synth. The new unit joins the recently launched mini mixer, the TX-6, as the...

Get your kicks with Teenage Engineering's OP-1 do-it-all synth station

DJ Mag can’t begin to describe the excitement we felt when we finally got our hands on an OP-1. We’d been following the development of...

This month's vital label

After launching in 2005, BNR first made its name championing the noisy electro sounds that were in vogue at the time — principally tracks that would fit into a Boys Noize DJ set. Since then, they've broadened their output to encompass most variants on 4/4 electronic music.

The hardware company will implement the changes from the 1st September

Teenage Engineering is launching a revenue-share scheme for Black and POC artists.

The Swedish hardware company, known best for the OP-1 synthesizer, has announced that...

DJ MAG & LANDR remix competition winners!

The results are in! We received hundreds of submissions and spent hours listening to some killer remixes and it’s all come down to this. We...

Remix tracks by Luciano, Pfirter & Chris Liebing or Adventure Club

DJ Mag has teamed up with online-mastering innovators LANDR to create three mega remix contests in one!

The competition gives you the chance to have...

Stimming is delighting the club scene and music community with his new “4D” approach...

Stimming is an artist looking to challenge the norm, pushing boundaries with his productions and his “live” sets. Part of Solomun’s DIYnamic crew, he's made...

Red Bull Music Accademy

DJ Mag was fortunate to sit in on this year's Red Bull Music Academy (RBMA) over in New York where we got to mix it up in their state-of-the-art studio and share some quality time with some of the participants, lecturers and fellow music-lovers who happened to drop in over the month-long extravaganza.

During the pandemic, music tech thrived as the wider music industry fell to its knees. Declan McGlynn explores the possibilities and implications that stemmed the...

2020’s unprecedented upheaval brought with it fundamental changes to the creative industries. Theatres, clubs, studios, venues and festivals all closed their doors and with it...

It's the most wonderful time of the year – whether you're treating yourself or looking for the perfect gift for someone else, we've got you...