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CC:DISCO! steps up with an hour of uplifting and soulful dancefloor heat and chats to DJ Mag's Amy Fielding about her beginnings in rock cover bands, her first records and club experiences, and her all-inclusive party, Club Coco

CC:DISCO! steps up with an hour of uplifting and soulful dancefloor heat and chats to DJ Mag's Amy Fielding about her beginnings in rock cover bands, her first records and club experiences, and her all-inclusive party, Club Coco

Morillo is reported to have attacked a woman at his home in Miami Beach in December

UNIIQU3 delivers July's Recognise, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast

Returning after a pause due to the impact of coronavirus, Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. Known as the Queen of Jersey club, UNIIQU3 delivers July's instalment, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast. A key figure in Jersey club’s second wave, she also speaks to DJ Mag's digital editor Rob McCallum about her rise in the scene, its influence on mainstream dance music, and building a future for her community

Streaming live on Tuesday 21st July

Top 100 DJs returns with a virtual showcase to support Unicef’s emergency Coronavirus response fund

 

Norman Jay MBE, Heidi, Batu and DJ Paulette will all play the warehouse party

Emerging UK producer Kilig will make their debut on Origins with a four-track release this week. Listen to abrasive synth stabs punch through melodic chords on the EP's B2, 'Bed Test', now

Siggy Smalls selects her favourite records for the beach...

Following this weekend's DJ Mag & BULLDOG Gin House Party, which featured sets from Roger Sanchez, Siggy Smalls and Frankie Wah, Siggy Smalls selects her ultimate beach-party selections...

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation. Revisit our 2018 feature that landed at the height of the Windrush scandal, and on the 70th anniversary of the Windrush ship arriving in the UK. Below DJ Mag's global editor, Carl Loben, talks to some of the black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene

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