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With Detroit’s annual Movement Festival set to take place at the end of May, we thought it an apt time to shine a spotlight on some of the city’s lesser known — but no less exceptional — techno talents. Forget Carl Craig, Moodymann or Jeff Mills for just a moment — here's our list of 10 alternative Detroit producers you need to know about...

In the lead up to St. Patrick's Day, DJ Mag profiles some of Ireland's finest underground talents...

She’s the Paris-based New Yorker who’s overcome the struggle of addiction and dance music industry tokenism to forge her own path. Louisa Pillott, aka LOUISAHHH, is techno’s next superstar. We join the DJ/producer in Paris as she rocks a Bromance party, and hear all about her musical history and self-designed spiritual awakening...

There were plenty of great artist albums released in our scene this year, more than ably demonstrating how the long-player format is still crucially important to our world. From emotive techno, razor-edged electro, abstract pop through garage-laden house, it's been another vintage year for electronic music. Here’s our top 50 albums of 2017...

As one of techno's most beloved and innovative acts, Richie Hawtin needs no introduction. Here, we countdown 10 memorable moments that made Richie the legend he is today...

The original electro sound has been seeping back onto dancefloors, whether in the sets of DJs like Helena Hauff and Nina Kraviz or mix-comps by the likes of Steffi and Paul Woolford. There’s a fresh wave of new acts and labels supplying the goodness, with its deviation from the four-four inspiring many to look to the sound. But why electro, and why now? DJ Mag investigates...

Duo will be heading out on tour in the US next month...

For their second album, Hamburg's disco-sampling duo Session Victim decamped to San Francisco and discovered a new way of working with analogue synths, drum machines and live kit. We talk to them about the ethics of sampling, digging for rare records in SF, the benefits of working in a proper studio, and how to maintain a working relationship without falling out...

<p>Franck Roger is the man behind the Real Tone label and new Home Invasion imprint...</p>

The parties that are setting the trends and smashing up their cities...

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