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Lucrecia Dalt has announced a new album, ‘¡Ay!’, which arrives via RVNG Intl on 14th October.


The Berlin-based, Colombian musician, sound artist, performer, composer, and...

Album covers from electronic music film soundtracks

Exploring the history of cinema, Martin Guttridge-Hewitt compiles 11 landmark electronic music movie soundtracks, arranged in chronological order, each of which earned its place on sonic merit, and significance in the canon of music and movies

When Bebe and Louis Barron presented their music for Forbidden Planet, Fred Wilcox's 1956 adaptation of The Tempest, the sounds were so alien...

Derry-born DJ, producer and Céad label boss Or:la has had a remarkable journey so far, from throwing raves in abandoned buildings to playing the world's...

Becoming a DJ came to Orlagh Dooley in a dream. No, really. During her first year of university, Dooley had an epiphany, in the form...

 

A decade in the making, Tom Middleton’s new LP as GCOM, ’E2-XO’, on !K7 boasts themes of space exploration, alien communication and utopian “super-habitable”...

“I’ve always been a star gazer, a total sci-fi nerd — always interested in what’s up there,” says Tom Middleton, reflecting on the galactic inspiration...

Just one example of the Fake Documentary Realism that guided production techniques

In order to achieve the highest level of realism and authenticity, a sound engineer opted to "swallow" a microphone in a bid to help perfect...

Tuareg guitarist and songwriter Mdou Moctar sounds like a rock god for the future on his new album for Matador Records

The future is here. It’s just not very evenly distributed yet. The man who said that, the author William Gibson, is a pioneer of the...

Introducing the artists set to make waves this year: from UK rap and Ghanain Asakaa through to techno, house and genre fusionists at the cutting...

“I’m into mental, groovy, tribal techno than rave and fast Parisian techno,’’ Léa Occhi explains. “But Paris is my city forever, and there are great...

Legendary drum & bass producer Krust’s first album in 14 years sees him foregrounding cinematic atmospheres, but not at the expense of his junglist roots...

The moment he saw the classic hip-hop film Wild Style, Kirk Thompson knew he wanted to be involved in music. From the age of 14...

'Remixes In Blue' will be pressed on blue vinyl

Hodge has announced details of a remix album for 'Shadows In Blue'.

The Bristol-based DJ and producer, aka Jake Martin, has has...

A staple of Bristol’s hybrid bass/techno scene, Hodge has begun to branch out in recent years, resulting in a stunning debut album, ‘Shadows In Blue’...

Takumi Fujiwara is a tofu delivery driver. His father, Bunta, holds the record of the fastest downhill time at Mount Akina; he’s known as “the...

The LP will drop in April

Bristol-based DJ and producer Hodge will release his debut LP later this year.

Incoming via London club fabric's inhouse label, Houndstooth, 'Shadows In Blue' comes...

DJ Mag team up with Relentless Energy and LWE to bring you an exclusive live stream from SPHERE, the launch party on Saturday 15th February

Counting down the 2010s, we round-up the albums that defined the decade in electronic music

How do you rank a decade’s worth of music? The truth is, you can’t. An album that meant the world to you might make someone...

Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay present their epic 'Woman Worldwide' tour on film

Justice have announced the physical release of 'Iris: A Space Opera' on Blu-ray and VHS. 

The French electronic duo walked away with a Grammy for...

Inspired by the sci-fi movies of their youth, the new concert film IRIS: A Space Opera is the latest ambitious venture by Justice. DJ Mag...

It’s a warm, sunny afternoon in northern Paris, and the streets are bustling with people going about their daily business. Locals line the streets trying...