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Chems Press Pic 1 - Photo credit Hamish Brown.jpg
Chems Press Pic 1 - Photo credit Hamish Brown.jpg

The follow up to 2015’s ‘Born In Echoes’ will be released in the spring…

Bubble Club announced crowdfunding to stay open
Bubble Club announced crowdfunding to stay open

London mayor pledges £13,500 to campaign to save Bubble Club...

Chemical Brothers All Points East
Chemical Brothers All Points East

They lead a bill that also includes Hot Chip, Primal Scream and more…

LCD Electric Lady Studios
LCD Electric Lady Studios

They’ve shared a cover of Heaven 17’s ‘(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang’...

24 Kitchen Street The Wonder Pot #1 club event in the North November 2018
24 Kitchen Street The Wonder Pot #1 club event in the North November 2018

Loose Lips 4th Birthday, The Wonder Pot, Materials 1st Birthday, Timedance Final Chapter, AMP, Shine... 

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

FROM: LONDON

FOR FANS OF: D’JULZ, MR. G, BURNSKI 

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

WHERE NEXT: MULLETOVER, LONDON, 1ST JANUARY 

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire serves up an hour of electrified rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire has been breaking onto the global scene thanks to her electrifying, rhythmic DJ sets and activism. Ahead of her set at No Bounds Festival this weekend, we catch up with the DJ and writer as she serves up an hour of superb rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

We look at the wider impact the The Warehouse Project’s “spiritual home” has had since first opening its doors for The Warehouse Project in 2007…

The Warehouse Project returned for its final year at its “spiritual home” of Store Street last weekend. DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor Rob McCallum looks at the wider impact the venue has had since first opening its doors for The Warehouse Project in 2007…

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...

WORDS: Kristan J Caryl

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