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Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, Glasgow-born, Copenhagen-based Solid...

The London station has just announced its latest string of residents...

Rinse FM has announced its residency programming for the next season, adding over 40 names to its extensive roster.

DJs including Discwoman’s Ciel, LSDXOXO (who...

Hardcore legend Marc Acardipane has been remixed by Solid Blake, Perc, VTSS, and more on the new compilation that also features remastered versions of his tracks...

Marc Acardipane, known to many as the Godfather of Hardcore, is set to re-release a number of his classic works as part of a new...

Hercules announce DJ Console Rmx controller

After bringing us the first wireless DJ mixer, Hercules are back with a more professional controller for the discerning DJ with Midi and audio soundcard...

Album released on Monday

It's fair to say that young James Blake has a lot of weight resting on his shoulders.

Hailed as the king of post-dubstep bass driven...

Murcury Prize nominee - James Blake - finishes off a busy 2011 by touring UK

With an already impressive 2011 that has seen James Blake ship more than 200,000 sales of his debut album, the remainder of his year...

DJmag new columnist's triple gigs header

Having secured a regular dispatch for the mag from the ever active brain of Andy Blake, the driving force behind Dissident Records and Cave...

Spanish DJ/producer UNER — who's created this month's exclusive DJ Mag download card mix — is one of the hottest names in house right now...

“I never actually came to Ibiza as a clubber. I had some offers in the past to come out before I did, but I wanted...

Ultra drops the new dancefloor offender 'Chest'

Chris Lake has always been dedicated to dance music remaining fun, setting his own distinct tone that doesn't bend by fad, but rather creates itself...

After a life-changing epiphany at Nevada's Burning Man festival, dance music icon Carl Cox is back with a bang, with an incredible new two-CD mix...

Given his illustrious career, now into its fourth decade lest we forget, you'd be forgiven for assuming that Carl Cox was long past the point...

Shangaan artists Nozinja and the Tshetsha Boys scheduled to peform at London's Blaze music celebration...

What do you get when electronic music meets traditional African styles? Shangaan Electro. Shangaan Electro started in Malamulele, South Africa, pioneering a sound unlike any...

E-Beamz readies the debut LP from Lake Haze, ‘Glitching Dreams’. Hear the sizzling and euphoric electro of ‘Circuits_Dream’ now

Lake Haze will release his debut album, ‘Glitching Dreams’ via E-Beamz this Friday 4th October. 

The Portuguese-born, Netherlands-based producer’s LP is as colourful and atmospheric...

Ben Cardew revisits the rich sampling and undiluted fun of the Beasties’ cult classic second album

'Paul's Boutique', Beastie Boys’ second album, is the sound of unrestrained musical joy; an adventure playground bouncy castle fart-joke of a record where boundary-pushing, world-building...

Rock Ness line-up unveiled

There's something big stirring at Loch Ness. No, it's not the fabled giant serpent! Rock Ness is back and better than ever.


Taking place over...

No Limitations - James Blake’s Neon Future Funk

“If anyone is hating on it, it’s evident they’re not really behind me as an artist, they’re just behind certain releases. That’s not necessarily unexpected...