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Forget Paris — or at least that’s what France’s third biggest metropolis seems to say, albeit without the arrogance, and with stacks of infectious party spirit…

Forget Paris — or at least that’s what France’s third biggest metropolis seems to say, albeit without the arrogance, and with stacks of infectious party spirit...

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beatport

Introducing Sammy Legs, Redemptive, Donny Carr and dotdat...

Deep house innovator Powder is taking her passionate eclecticism beyond the cities of Japan to enrich the global scene...

Driven by an inquisitive nature and an unshakeable love for the dancefloor, deep house innovator Powder is taking her passionate eclecticism beyond the cities of Japan to enrich the global scene. As she prepares for the release of her latest venture, a thrilling mix CD for Beats In Space, DJ Mag meets her to discuss origins, no wave, community, instinct and more...

Parklife locks Eric Prydz, Major Lazer, Disclosure
Parklife locks Eric Prydz, Major Lazer, Disclosure

The mammoth Manchester weekend also gets Mall Grab, Daniel Avery and Ricardo Villalobos... 

Is wealth and privilege damaging British dance music, and if so, what should we do about it?

Is wealth and privilege damaging British dance music, and if so, what should we do about it?


WORDS: Matt Anniss
PICS: Nicola Nodland & Jillian Edelstein

Catching up with some of the DJs and producers that you should keep an eye out for this year...

Having laid the groundwork last year, here are the five essential acts set to make 2019 their own...

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slaughterchurch_new

Jeremy Olander, Guy J, Karmon and MOLØ are set for the 1000-capacity "Slaughterchurch"...

Statement festival has been found guilty of gender discrimination
Statement festival has been found guilty of gender discrimination

But the Swedish event will not be penalised... 

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Foundation.fm_.jpg

The radio station is based in Peckham…

We Have Voice Collective, female:pressure and others are working tirelessly to end sexual discrimination and harassment in dance music...

Sexual harassment is a widespread problem that remains prevalent in our supposedly progressive dance music scene. A number of new initiatives have proposed a solution: a Code Of Conduct to combat abusive behaviour on the dancefloor and in the workplace. DJ Mag spoke to key figures from the project and a number of other companies taking steps towards positive change...

Words: CHANDLER SHORTLIDGE
Pics: HEATHER STEN, SARAH KOURY, BARRON, CLAIBORNE & MICHEAL BREYER

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