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Chateau de Camon DJ Mag
Chateau de Camon DJ Mag

Featuring Bonobo, 2manydjs, Hercules & Love Affair and many more...

World's biggest drum & bass festival returns to Czech Republic this summer...

Just some breathtaking shots of true legends doing what they do best in Ibiza...

Photos: David Holderbach

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the ‘Windrush Generation’. With the Windrush Scandal in the news lately, and the 70th anniversary of the Windrush ship arriving in the UK occurring this June, DJ Mag talks to some of the black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene...

 

Yoshinori Hayashi DJ Mag
Yoshinori Hayashi DJ Mag

Noir disco, smog funk and haunted deep house abound on Yoshinori Hayashi’s ‘Harleys Dub’ EP on Jheri Tracks. ‘9828’ is a cold no wave jam for eerie strolls.

Will Saul DJ MAG Prem
Will Saul DJ MAG Prem

Aus Music label boss Will Saul returns with his first solo outing in four years. ‘The Map Room’ is a typically hefty dose of cavernous percussion and cold atmosphere…

Belfast legend and The Night Institute resident Timmy Stewart (T-Bone, Black Bones) steps up with a mix of eclectic rhythm, supercharged industrial flare and timeless organic groove. Ahead of his appearance at AVA Festival & Conference, we catch up with the Northern Irish institution to track his course in the scene's evolution from the '90s underground to its current whirlwind reputation...

Leeds via Sheffield’s 96 Back is 18, and is already one of the finest up-and-coming DJ/producers in the fields of electro and bleep – with a new EP on CPU Records and a new night in Leeds gaining momentum rapidly, we caught up with him for a quick chat a sizzling mix…

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carl-cox_prem_DJ_Mag

Club legends collide as Carl Cox reworks Chip E’s house classic ‘Time 2 Jack’ – ‘Back 2 Jack’ pushes the 1985 belter forward with fierce new energy…

Robin Campillo's 120 BPM is a film that shines a light on the tireless work of AIDS activists, ACT UP, in early '90s Paris. Arnaud Rebotini's original soundtrack champions the liberation and vitality that house music brought to marginalised groups in the city in the midst of the global pandemic – In his DJ Mag podcast mix, he celebrates that very sound with classic tracks and original cuts... 

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