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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.  DJ Mag's editor-in-chief, Carl Loben, speaks to some of the Black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene

We meet Francesca Lombardo in San Francisco to find out more...

Francesca Lombardo may have a background in classical, but it’s as a techno and house DJ that she tours the world. Ahead of her debut album, DJ Mag meets her in San Francisco to talk musicality, deciding her own destiny, and the joys of performing live...

DJ Mag travels to the closest land mass to Antarctica on Earth to meet Gorillaz’s lead guitarist, Noodle...

DJ Mag travels to the closest land mass to Antarctica on the planet to meet Gorillaz’s lead guitarist, Noodle, as the band’s bassist remains incarcerated for a crime – he says – he didn’t commit...

Tom Findlay and Andy Cato’s Ibiza is one of endless possibility, forgotten memories and an Interpol-raided ostrich farm. We catch up with the superstylers ahead of their Elrow show at Amnesia to find out what the White Isle means to them...

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Underground devotee Moudaber speaks about the problem of Ibiza’s VIP culture in recent DJ Mag panel…

Charlotte de Witte has shot into techno’s upper echelons since assuming her real name for her productions and DJ slots. Initially using the male-sounding alias Raving George to neutralise preconceptions, the Belgian DJ/producer is now unstoppable. DJ Mag joins her in her adopted city of Brussels to hear about her journey into techno, where she sees herself within the increasingly mainstream sound, and how she deals with haters...

Charlotte De Witte techno's next-gen superstar...

 

 

Charlotte de Witte has shot into techno’s upper echelons since assuming her real name for her productions and DJ slots. Initially using the male-sounding alias Raving George to neutralise preconceptions, the Belgian DJ/producer is now unstoppable. DJ Mag joins her in her adopted city of Brussels to hear about her journey into techno, where she sees herself within the increasingly mainstream sound, and how she deals with haters...

 

DJ Mag USA gets the inside scoop on WMC from your fave DJs...

The label celebrates its 20th anniversary at the event…

The victim’s lawyer has told a jury the venue should have expected Aoki’s stunt

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