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Heidi-Sabertooth landscape premiere DJ Mag Lobster Theremin
Heidi-Sabertooth landscape premiere DJ Mag Lobster Theremin

Brooklyn’s Heidi Sabertooth steps up on Lobster Theremin with the  'Ur Eyes Are Watching' EP. Hear the industrial techno hammer ‘Makin Cutz’ now…

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Bizaarbazaar founder Bergsonist returns to Börft Records with the ‘Chaos’ EP.  Tough, mesmerising closer ‘Tentation’ fuses techno grit with deep house atmospherics...

Broken techno and blistering bass from Bristol-based upstart Henry Greenleaf in our Fresh Kicks mix series...

Broken techno and blistering bass from Bristol-based upstart Henry Greenleaf in our Fresh Kicks mix series...

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webbha-deeon premiere

Wehbba and DJ Deeon team up for a thunderous collab, ‘We Have Bass’, on Drumcode…

AnD Press Pic 1 premiere DJ Mag
AnD Press Pic 1 premiere DJ Mag

Live techno behemoths AnD return with their ‘We Don’t Belong Here’ EP. Hear the typically monstrous ‘Don’t’ now…

Eluize premiere dj mag craigie knowes
Eluize premiere dj mag craigie knowes

Next up on the mighty Craigie Knowes is Eluize with her debut LP, ‘Confide’. Hear the tough, minimal acid techno cut ‘Disconnect’ now…

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Fred_und_Luna_premiere DJ Mag compost

Mysterious mannequins Fred und Luna ready their ‘Im Tanzrausch’ EP on Compost Records. Hear the jaunty Krautelektro of ‘Compostonikum’...

Oscar Mulero Reclaim Your City Dj Mag premiere
Oscar Mulero Reclaim Your City Dj Mag premiere

Rotterdam-based label Reclaim Your City readies its tenth compilation EP, ‘Amsterdam_Madrid’. Hear Oscar Mulero’s engulfing techno cut ‘Metalix’ now…

For this month’s Recognise mix, we speak to DJ Lag, Durban’s self-proclaimed “gqom king”, about the future and history the sound…

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 DJ Lag, Durban’s self-proclaimed “gqom king”, about the future and history the sound...

Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

Greeted with both derision and delight from the outset, the cartoonish covers and soundtrack of happy hardcore’s defining, and to some damning, Bonkers series were vital for a generation that grew up in small UK towns during the ‘90s. A decade after the last edition, Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

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