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Last year was an incredible year for party boys Solardo. Playing over 200 high-profile gigs, traversing the globe like a well-oiled machine, the Manc lads rapidly shot into the upper echelons of the scene — converting everyone they came into contact with via their fun-time positive vibes, rolling tech-house bangers and loud shirts. After scooping the Best Duo gong at our Best Of British awards in December, DJ Mag's editor Carl Loben meets up with the pair to find out more...

Nicole Moudaber is the techno queen with a rock & roll attitude. She’s the fast-driving petrolhead who’s as at home behind the wheel as she is on the wheels of steel. She’s the hugely talented DJ, producer, promoter and radio host who’s carved out her own niche with tenacity and skill. On the eve of the release of ‘Mood 50: Best Of MOOD’, her compilation to mark the best moments of her label so far, DJ Mag tracks her down in New York to talk growing up in Beirut, fast cars and much, much more...

They’re next-level DJs, VJs, label owners, sample freaks, activists, punky instigators and pioneering software developers, and DJ Mag is awarding them the Outstanding Contribution gong for 30 years on the cutting edge of electronic music. They are, of course, Matt Black and Jonathan More, aka Coldcut…

After we nominated Carl Cox in his category, there was only ever going to be one winner…

 

Having just dropped his debut album ‘Anxious’, the German dub-techno maestro gives us an insight into the tracks that helped him to define his sound... 

With Miller Genuine Draft

From underground beginnings to headline shows, we take stock of some of Monsieur Guetta’s defining moments…

From the mainstream to the underground, we take a look through some of the Swede’s biggest moments...

Gideon Berger has co-created something amazing with Glastonbury Festival’s Block9 field, but it’s been somewhat to the detriment of his own DJ career. In recent years, though, he’s ramped up his own DJing activity — as Gideön — and now gets booked to spin his delicious dubbed-out deep house in places well beyond the LGBT and squat party zones in which he built his rep. DJ Mag meets the former traveller for whom music has to have a purpose... 

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