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An hour of cinematic, experimental techno and jolting electronics from Warp veterans, Plaid

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. This month Ben Murphy meets legendary UK duo and Warp affiliates, Plaid, who deliver an hour of cinematic, experimental techno and jolting electronics to celebrate the release of their epic tenth album, Polymer...

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Festivals disposable tens ban

It's hoped the move will curb the excess of plastic wastage from summer festivals...

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Till Von sein Premiere dj mag

Till Von Sein steps up on Suol with the ‘Til It’s Gone’ EP. Hear the luxurious and loungey house cut ‘Wanna Be’ now…

Swirling, thunderous bass and rhythmic intensity from Different Circles co-founder Logos...

On Cue is our newly relaunched 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 Different Circles co-founder and brains behind the weightless aesthetic, Logos. DJ Mag called him to discuss ominous new long-player ‘Imperial Flood’ as he delivers a swirling and thunderous mix...

Massive Attack’s 3D plays surprise set at London climate protest: Watch
Massive Attack’s 3D plays surprise set at London climate protest: Watch

Robert del Naja helped kick off the second week of non-violent disruption... 

Is the dance music community ruining the planet?

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... The  state  of the  environment  has never been  worse, but could  dance music be contributing  to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin  Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture,  unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are  slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

The  state of the environment has never been worse, but could dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

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A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process...

A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process. DJ Mag talks to the label owners, and asks whether dance music is doing enough to help those less fortunate...

Words: Matt Anniss

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streaming-produces-more-pollution

The surprising findings come as we pay less than ever for access to recorded music…

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DJs for climate action dj mag premiere house husband

DJs for Climate Action ready their 'Earth Night' compilation to coincide with fundraising events this month. Hear House Husband’s breaksy, melodic trip ‘Rush Hour’ now

Looking at the best places to see through a hangover, go for cocktails and explore off the tourist trail during Miami Music Week

Beyond the clubs and festivals, Miami has a vast number of great restaurants, cafes, bars and diverse attractions to offer. Here are our recommendations, with some insider info from local DJs...

Words: JAIME SLOANE 

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