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Tracing some of Ed Banger's key releases in celebration of its 15 years as a label...

To celebrate 15 years of French label Ed Banger, we chart the history of the seminal Busy P-fronted imprint via 15 key records...

Words: ANDREW RAFTER

Fyre Festival doc landing next Friday on Netflix
Fyre Festival doc landing next Friday on Netflix

The film revealing the behind-the-scenes story of the disastrous 2017 festival lands 18th January...

Virtual Self talks about Best Dance Recording
Virtual Self talks about Best Dance Recording

His track 'Ghost Voices' as project Virtual Self is nominated for Best Dance Recording...

Beatport 2018 best-sellers
Beatport 2018 best-sellers

1.3 million tracks were uploaded to the download website over the course of the year...

Naive, Private Persons and Enclave Records are three essential labels to look out for in 2019...

Naive, Private Persons and Enclave Records are three essential labels to look out for in 2019...

We spoke to Roger Sanchez ahead of his return to spinning some eternal house anthems at Groove Cruise this week...

DJ Mag meets house music legend Roger Sanchez ahead of his (multiple!) headline sets at popular Miami festival Groove Cruise this week, to talk ultimate dancefloor anthems, celebrity dinner parties and what he's got coming up in 2019...

Your ultimate guide to what to buy yourself this Xmas – or someone else or whatever…

 Serbia's Lag steps up with an hour of "Slavic Broken Techno"

Recognise is DJ Mag’s monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music scene. This month, we speak to Lag, Novi Sad’s purveyor of incendiary broken techno.

Italian techno artist Luigi Madonna steps up to deliver DJ Mag Podcast 112...

Italian techno artist Luigi Madonna steps up to deliver DJ Mag Podcast 112. We catch up with him to talk debut albums, Drumcode and his biggest year yet...

Their final album is due next year...

The Diplo-led American trio has broken sound barriers and world records. With the group’s final album on the horizon, DJ Mag chronicles a decade of the genre-bending crew... 

Words: JOHN OCHOA

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