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 Houndstooth mainstay Throwing Snow steps up with an otherworldly and propulsive mix for our Podcast series…

Throwing Snow’s prolific release log in 2018 has seen him veer from pummelling UK bass and half-time d&b to electrified techno and breaks. As the visionary and versatile producer prepares to release this year’s EPs in one vinyl package, we catch up with him to discuss the importance of place to music, soundtrack work and field recording. He also steps up with an otherworldly and propulsive mix for our Podcast series...

Perc I Hate Models Premiere
Perc I Hate Models Premiere

French techno behemoth I Hate Models readies his incendiary ‘Spreading Plague’ EP on Perc Trax. Perc’s own remix of the title track is typically brutal excursion of tough rhythms and agile distortion…

Amsterdam techno legend Steve Rachmad delivers two hours of (mostly) original productions and remixes recorded at this year’s 909 Festival...

Amsterdam techno legend Steve Rachmad delivers a ferocious mix of (mostly) original productions and remixes recorded at this year’s 909 Festival. From triumphant melodic techno and acid to deep, hammering rhythms, it's a superb example of the versatile producers work. We catch up with the longstanding DJ to discuss the city’s changing scene, evolving as a DJ and plans for the future...

Russell EL Butler New album premiere DJ Mag
Russell EL Butler New album premiere DJ Mag

Live techno artist Russell E.L. Butler’s debut LP ‘The Home I'd Build For Myself and All My Friends’ is out this month via Left Hand Path. The title track is rapid, electrifying and bursting with hopeful melody…

Incendiary techno, propulsive grooves and swerving soundscapes from the Intacto label co-founder and Amsterdam club stalwart...

Intacto label co-founder and Amsterdam techno stalwart Shinedoe steps up with a incendiary hour of propulsive grooves and swerving soundscapes. We catch up with her to talk techno, drum & bass, early clubbing memories and her new label MTM Records...

Looking back at the impact and influence of LCD Soundsystem’s coming-of-age album and a milestone moment for frontman James Murphy...

DJ Mag’s Solid Gold series revisists and examines the ongoing significance and influence of inspiring electronic albums throughout history. In our latest edition, DJ Mag’s Digital Tech Editor Declan McGlynn looks back at the impact and influence of LCD Soundsystem’s ‘Sound Of Silver’, their coming-of-age album and a milestone moment for frontman James Murphy...

UK genre manipulator dishes up a rhythmic hour of jungle, garage, hip-hop and breaks

“There are no rules,’ says Brighton genre manipulator Etch as he tells DJ Mag about his debut album, 'Ups & Downs' on Sneaker Social Club. Joe Roberts catches up with the tireless producer as he dishes up a supreme mix of garage, jungle, bass, breaks and hip hop...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising the top this month...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From cutting edge drum & bass and Afro-funk to tough EBM and vibrant house, here's October's list of next-gen talent you need to know...

DJ Mag chats to Jennifer Cardini to discuss the past, present and future of her vital Correspondant imprint...

DJ Mag's latest monthly mix series puts the focus on the labels we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we catch up with Correspondant founder Jennifer Cardini to discuss the past, present and future of the vital Berlin label as one of its rising stars, Javi Redondo, delivers an electrifying mix of tracks from its vast catalog...

Prodigy expert Martin James meets Liam Howlett and some Prodigy devotees to discover what makes these electro punks so special...

The Prodigy’s fans — nicknamed the Ant Army — are some of the most dedicated for any band. Ahead of their new album, Prodigy expert Martin James talks to producer Liam Howlett and some of their most passionate followers about what makes these electro punks so special...

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