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James Murphy and 2ManyDJs' travelling audiophile soundsystem hits London’s inaugural All Points East festival for a weekend of slow burning grooves...

Brilliant Corners is opening a new canal-side audiophile venue in London this summer
Brilliant Corners is opening a new canal-side audiophile venue in London this summer

Doors are set to open over the upcoming bank holiday weekend…

EBM has been simmering on the underground in recent years, and now DJs including Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff are utilising the sound – alongside other music prefacing techno like electro – in their sets. Subsequently, the '80s movement largely swept away by acid house at the turn of the '90s is now back in full force. DJ Mag investigates the industrial dancefloor clatter...

As happy dropping disco, African rarities, vintage Italo, boogie or up-to-the-minute electro, Hunee’s refused to compromise on his diverse selections despite playing some of electronic music’s biggest stages. DJ Mag hooks up with him in Paris and London to get inside the mind of a passionate DJ who refuses to play by the rules...

Hunee is the fearless DJ with super-eclectic taste. As happy dropping disco, African rarities, vintage Italo, boogie or up-to-the-minute electro, he’s refused to compromise on his diverse selections despite playing some of electronic music’s biggest stages. DJ Mag hooks up with him in Paris and London to get inside the mind of a passionate DJ who refuses to play by the rules...

Jaymo and Andy George’s small but beautiful Lincolnshire shindig has won the Best Boutique Festival this time around… 

DJ Mag's annual celebration of the UK scene...

Gideon Berger has co-created something amazing with Glastonbury Festival’s Block9 field, but it’s been somewhat to the detriment of his own DJ career. In recent years, though, he’s ramped up his own DJing activity — as Gideön — and now gets booked to spin his delicious dubbed-out deep house in places well beyond the LGBT and squat party zones in which he built his rep. DJ Mag meets the former traveller for whom music has to have a purpose... 

“I won't have a weekly residency any more”...

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