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paul woolford
paul woolford

Our September cover star goes breaks mad again…

ed rush and optical
ed rush and optical

Ed Rush & Optical are still big in the game. They may have gone through fatherhood and other projects individually, but when they come together they are a force to be reckoned with like no other in drum & bass...

Dedicated to his parents and featuring many d&b friends, it's a family affair...

For his debut album, he's zeroed in on his musical passions to create something that sums up his musical personality to a tee...

Sankeys Ibiza is looking more powerful than ever this season...

Pumping out chart-topping dance anthems since he was 19, Alesso solidifies his headlining stature with debut album ‘Forever’. Now 23, the mega-producer discusses his evolving musicianship, transcending electronic music and what he really thinks about mainstream cynics…

Detroit-raised polymath Jimmy Edgar has always stood out as an artist of out-there brilliance. But since starting Ultramajic, alongside Machinedrum and Pilar Zeta, he’s manifested a new approach to music, art and his own life that’s finally bringing him centre stage...

With just the touch of a piano key, Kygo is trailblazing a diversion in dance music with his tropical house vibe and infectious hits that are swiftly making him a transcendental household name.

Swedish DJ/producer Axel Boman's name crops up on all the best festival and club line-ups, DJ set lists and label discographies. His imaginative, freaky tunes have graced labels like Permanent Vacation, Pampa and Hypercolour, but it's his own label and musical headquarters Studio Barnhus, run alongside Kornel Kovacs and Petter Nordkvist, that he's most famed for. Fresh, unpredictable, with a sense of humour so often lacking in the dance scene, Axel's distinctive, leftfield, but dancefloor friendly sound is winning over new fans by the day...

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