DJ Mag Interview
DJ Mag's Chandler Shortlidge speaks to three DJs — Posthuman, Spencer Parker, and Noncompliant — about the highs and lows of life on the road
From back-to-back travel and navigating unknown places, to the thrill of peak time raving and the low of the next day, touring DJs lead lives that can feel extraordinary and mundane. Away from the glamour of social media, what does a touring DJ really think of their hectic lifestyle? Below, Posthuman, Spencer Parker, and Noncompliant share their stories about life on the road
Investigating the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds
Artificial intelligence, the doom mongers say, will make many human jobs obsolete, and some believe it will destroy the music industry too. But the flipside is a brave new world where AI and people can co-exist, collaborate, and make beautiful music together. We investigate the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds
The EP lands in September
Introducing a rising Midlands MC, with a wicked flow and fierce presence
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 Northampton-based grime MC, FFSYTHO?!
For Fans Of: Madders Tiff, D Double E, Shystie
80 minutes forward-thinking productions, revolutionary spirit and live collaborations from Addis Ababa artist, Ethiopian Records
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. Next up is Addis Ababa artist Ethiopian Records, with an 80 minute mix demonstrating his forward-thinking productions, collaborative spirit and spellbinding live sets
The duo provide a fresh take on 'Galaxia'
Opolopo talks recent releases, London's upcoming 51st State Festival and more
Waves claim it re-creates 'the world's best-sounding mix room' inside your headphones…
The techno pioneer made the comments in a recent interview...
Nightmare dance music, pop mutations and frenzied rhythms from Air Max ‘97...
Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with London's purveyor of "nightmare dance music" and mutated club sounds, Air Max '97, to discuss his renewed dancefloor focus, solidarity in the capital's club scene, and drum & bass in a cave by the sea...