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Nairobi's Slikback blends footwork, grime and more to electrfying, unique effect...

 

Championed by Uganda's Nyege Nyege festival, and now breaking ground across Europe, Nairobi-born, Kampala-based Slikback blends footwork, grime and more to electrfying, unique effect...

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‘InDreams’ drops on 26th April via Ninja Tune imprint Technicolour...

Forget Paris — or at least that’s what France’s third biggest metropolis seems to say, albeit without the arrogance, and with stacks of infectious party spirit…

Forget Paris — or at least that’s what France’s third biggest metropolis seems to say, albeit without the arrogance, and with stacks of infectious party spirit...

The German producer fills us in on how he built his iconic live show...

The German producer fills us in on how he built his iconic live show...

Scuffed Recordings head honcho and Reprezent Radio resident High Class Filter serves up an hour of supercharged rhythms, off-kilter bass and percussive UK techno as part of our Fresh Kicks mix series...

Scuffed Recordings head honcho and Reprezent Radio resident High Class Filter serves up an hour of supercharged rhythms, off-kilter bass and percussive UK techno as part of our Fresh Kicks mix series...

We task Aussie journalist Andrew Wowk with explaining and examining NSW's war on festivals...

Australian music journalist Andrew Wowk shares the story behind the New South Wales government’s recent festival crackdown, and explains why music venues are currently in the firing line like never before...

DJ Mag investigates if vinyl-only is good for the dance music industry...

Vinyl is more popular than it’s been in years, and wax-only labels are seen as some of the best in dance music. But is our obsession with records all it’s cracked up to be — or is it just an exclusive club? We talk to DJs and label owners to find out more...

Little Simz reflects on being in the public eye and tackling politics in music as she releases her most direct record yet...

‘Grey Area’ is the most raw and direct record yet from Little Simz. DJ Mag talks to the MC and visionary about being in the public eye, growing as an artist and tackling politics in her music...

We go behind the tech with the Irish techno titan…

We go behind the tech with the Irish techno titan...

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