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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...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with London-based DJ/producer Basic Rhythm — whose third LP 'On The Threshold' landed on Planet Mu in May — to talk about the pitfalls of nostalgia, the commodification of club music and addressing the under-representation of working class artists...

Get acquainted with Paris' breakthrough purveyor of relentless techno...

From: Paris, France

For Fans Of: Perc, Slam, Dax J

Three Tunes: 'Universe of 90s Techno Parties', ‘Strange Mind’ ‘Voltage'

Anastasia-Kristensen-Arcola EP DJ Mag
Anastasia-Kristensen-Arcola EP DJ Mag

Four tracks of formidable techno and breaks from the rising star…

We catch up with the London-based, Congolese-Belgian DJ, producer and activist to discuss her forthcoming album on Lee Gamble's UIQ, her collective, NON Worldwide, and the influence of African cosmology on her work...

Meshing hard techno and gabber beats with pan-African drum rhythms and pairing IDM electronics with juke house, Nkisi is a truly unique talent defying genre classification. We catch up with the London-based, Congolese-Belgian DJ, producer and activist to discuss her forthcoming album on Lee Gamble's UIQ, her collective, NON Worldwide, and the influence of African cosmology on her work...

We meet Francesca Lombardo in San Francisco to find out more...

Francesca Lombardo may have a background in classical, but it’s as a techno and house DJ that she tours the world. Ahead of her debut album, DJ Mag meets her in San Francisco to talk musicality, deciding her own destiny, and the joys of performing live...

Noncompliant (AKA DJ Shiva) delivers an hour of blistering, assertive techno. We catch up with the Midwest legend to learn about the Indiana rave scene, the role of techno in trying times and the need for hope against adversity...

 

When Dax J made worldwide headlines last year for dropping an Islamic call to prayer sample during his set in Tunisia, it looked for a minute like his career could be over. As a result of the ensuing international furore he received all manner of online death threats, and was sentenced to a year in prison by a Tunisian court. But instead of wallowing in gloom, he channelled the experience into writing music, producing some of his best ever work that has made its way onto his new album. Appropriately titled ‘Offending Public Morality’, it finds the Berghain regular in uncompromising mood. DJ Mag joins him in Berlin to get the full scoop... 

In the lead up to St. Patrick's Day, DJ Mag profiles some of Ireland's finest underground talents...