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NYC house stalwart Angel Moraes passed away suddenly this week, leaving behind a legacy as a dedicated DJ, producer and club founder. Here, UK artist Mat Playford remembers Moraes' selfless spirit and friendship, and the influence he had on the young DJ’s career in the ‘90s

NYC house stalwart Angel Moraes passed away suddenly this week, leaving behind a legacy as a dedicated DJ, producer and club founder. Here, UK artist Mat Playford remembers Moraes selfless spirit and friendship, and the influence he had on the young DJ’s career in the ‘90s

The DJ and producer rose to prominence in New York in the '80s

An adventure into the raw, groove-driven sound of West Norwood Cassette Library's WNCL

 

Named after its founder, West Norwood Cassette Library, WNCL has spent the past decade delivering a steady stream of club weapons without getting pigeonholed or bowing to trends. For this month’s The Sound Of, Ben Murphy delves into the collection with boss, Bob Bhamra, who records a mix of cuts from the label’s catalogue

The first issue will be available "soon" via Axis Records

Haçienda makes its debut at London’s historic Tobacco Dock in 2021

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

Apollo Masters is one of only two lacquer manufacturers in the world

One month down, 11 to go, with Honey Dijon's Full Fantasy, Hit & Run, and Timedance

One down, 11 to go, with Honey Dijon's Full Fantasy, Hit & Run at Mayfield, 5 Years of Timedance

The Manchester club no longer exists, but its cultural legacy lives on

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