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ANNA has made her own destiny through a combination of perseverance and talent...

Brought up near São Paulo, Brazil, the daughter of a club owner, ANNA has made her own destiny through a combination of perseverance and talent. She’s faced health scares and industry pitfalls, but, she tells DJ Mag, with gigs all over and releases on the best dance labels, she’s never been in a better place than she is now...

We talk to the Brainfeeder debutant about how his live show works…

Huntleys + Palmers founder Andrew Thomson serves up an electrifying hour of power of cuts from the Glasgow label's Belters imprint...

DJ Mag's latest monthly mix series puts the focus on the labels we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we catch up with Huntleys + Palmers founder Andrew Thomson to discuss the past, present and future of the Glasgow label as he delivers an electrifying mix of tracks from its latest venture, the Belters imprint...

DJs and artists at this year's ADE speak from experience about how to survive the behemoth event...

We asked a host of the biggest names playing this year's festival for their advice on how to make the most of (and ultimately survive) your time at ADE...

We meet the London-based DJ and producer to find out more...

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FOR FANS OF: D’JULZ, MR. G, BURNSKI 

THREE TUNES: ‘LIFE HOLSTEE’, ‘MAKE YOU CRY’ ‘WE DO’

WHERE NEXT: MULLETOVER, LONDON, 1ST JANUARY 

Stano premiere DJ Mag
Stano premiere DJ Mag

All City to reissue seminal Dublin post-punk album from studio wizard and “non-musician”, Stano. ‘Emma Wild’ is a ragged, spectral new-wave trip...

We speak to the groovy house heroes about how their live show evolved and how it works on stage… 

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The innovative company has funds and partnerships aplenty…

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno, though its roots go way back to the late 1970s. We talk to some of the country’s producers, DJs and musical advocates to find out what makes the Japanese underground so exciting...

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