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Meet the MC is DJ Mag's new monthly interview series, getting to know emerging MCs on the electronic music scene. This month, DJ Mag’s Amy Fielding catches up with London collective, Bala Bala Boyz

Meet the MC is DJ Mag's new monthly interview series, getting to know emerging MCs on the electronic music scene. This month, DJ Mag’s Amy Fielding catches up with London collective, Bala Bala Boyz, about the influence of Congolese heritage on their sound, high-energy performances, and the importance of retaining authenticity

For fans of: Ecko Bazz, Ahadadream, NKC

Dog Blood, FISHER and Solardo & Eli Brown all made the cut

Deep, rolling techno from London stalwart and Neighbourhood party-starter and label founder, Tasha

Deep, rolling techno from London stalwart and Neighbourhood party-starter and label founder, Tasha

Get acquainted with prolific drum & bass producer, Philth

From: London, UK

For fans of: Bredren, Amoss, Gerra & Stone

Three tunes: ‘Lost In The Moment’, ‘Butterfunk (w/ Bredren)’, ‘Surge Wave (w/ Wreckless)’

Depth-charge dubstep, acid, and frenetic d&b from cross-genre innovator, J:Kenzo

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ Mag deputy editor Ben Hindle catches up with J:Kenzo about his Artikal imprint, his immense new album, 'Taygeta Code', and his shared love for dubstep and d&b, demonstrated masterfully in an 85-minute mix

The grime MC's six-track project will be released on 20th January 

The best dance music films of the decade

As part of DJ Mag's round-up of all the best in dance music in 2019, and in the 2010s, we decided to spotlight some of the best in film, too. Here are some of the finest documentaries and feature films about dance music from this decade: from EDM superstars and journalistic storytelling, to fantastical madness and introspective works about community, politics and resistance

His track was one of the first electronic-based pieces of music to be played on radio 

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