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Deep house innovator Powder is taking her passionate eclecticism beyond the cities of Japan to enrich the global scene...

Driven by an inquisitive nature and an unshakeable love for the dancefloor, deep house innovator Powder is taking her passionate eclecticism beyond the cities of Japan to enrich the global scene. As she prepares for the release of her latest venture, a thrilling mix CD for Beats In Space, DJ Mag meets her to discuss origins, no wave, community, instinct and more...

Defected is one of the great success stories of British dance music...

For 20 years, Simon Dunmore's Defected has been dedicated to the finest in house music, from its label and numerous associated imprints, to its events and festivals. Still, it hasn’t all been plain sailing — Defected has traversed choppy waters to become the super-brand it is today. DJ Mag talks to Dunmore about his house history, adaptability and his approach to business... 

Looking into the history of the 909 drum machine 35 years on from its launch...

Roland’s 909 drum machine is responsible for the rhythm of house and techno, and countless classics of dance and pop. Exactly 35 years after its launch, we delve deep into the device, learning how it laid the foundations of modern club music, and how it still exerts a strong influence now...

Words: DAVE JENKINS 

The Canadian DJ and producer is as outspoken and honest as ever...

Tiga is one of dance music’s most recognizable names thanks to over two decades of chart-topping productions, sell-out tours and high profile festival slots. DJ Mag caught up with the Canadian native over the phone to talk Turbo Recordings, the future of techno and what’s coming in 2019...

DJ Mag’s new Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of inspiring electronic albums throughout history...

DJ Mag’s Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of inspiring electronic albums throughout history. This month, we examine the impact of Underworld's 1994 breakthrough LP ‘Dubnobasswithmyheadman’ and the ways it changed the face of UK dance music forever...

R.Kitt Shock World Service premiere
R.Kitt Shock World Service premiere

R.Kitt composes a breathtaking long-form ambient piece for Shock World Service podcast series. Hear an exclusive five-minute excerpt now…

Is wealth and privilege damaging British dance music, and if so, what should we do about it?

Is wealth and privilege damaging British dance music, and if so, what should we do about it?


WORDS: Matt Anniss
PICS: Nicola Nodland & Jillian Edelstein

An hour of gritty disco, rusted house and shrouded breaks from the Tape Throb innovator 

An hour of gritty disco, rusted house and shrouded breaks from The Cyclist. We catch up with the Tape Throb innovator to talk punk, lo-fi and his releases on 100% Silk, All City and Tropical Animals...

The creative trajectory of Porter Robinson has seen the American producer weave through diverse genres and challenging sounds...

The creative trajectory of Porter Robinson has seen the American producer weave through diverse genres and challenging sounds. DJ Mag chronicles the pivotal moments and releases that have defined the young genius...

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 Zozo, Istanbul’s purveyor of rhythmic psychedelia and “space drama”...

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 Zozo, Istanbul’s purveyor of rhythmic psychedelia and “space drama”...

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