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"Been playing bits of this song for a very long time and it gets a reload without anyone knowing it"

"With club culture currently under the spell of VIP service, corporate sponsoring and branding, The Motel is a timely reminder that life in Ibiza wasn't always that way"

The DDJ-REV-1 and the DDJ-REV-7 are totally new designs from Pioneer DJ

The Factory Floor and Carter Tutti Void member will deliver the record this spring

"I cannot put into words how extremely sorry I am to everyone who will be impacted," said Dimension

Turntablist and producer Jon1st delivers his annual end of year megamix via the On Cue series: a tempo-shifting set of hyped-up breaks, turbo-charged drum & bass and breakneck genre fusionism.

Turntablist and producer Jon1st delivers his annual end of year megamix via the On Cue series: a tempo-shifting set of hyped-up breaks, turbo-charged drum & bass and breakneck genre fusionism. After a year that saw him launch a weekly A/V mix series and drop an impressive run of releases, he tells DJ Mag about how learning audio-visual skills sharpened his production scalpel, and how turntablism should be fun, not just technical

"NFTs seem to me just a way for artists to get a little piece of the action from global capitalism"

at the end of the day it's a game ov two halves really init

aya has dazzled the UK underground with her experimental club productions and genre-hopping DJ sets, which she demonstrates in her exhilarating “at the end of the day it's a game ov two halves really init” mix. The London-based, Huddersfield-raised artist also speaks to Sophie McNulty about how her creative upbringing in West Yorkshire informs her work, and how her hyper-detailed process allows her to create art that is genuine

Carlton Doom delivers a 60-minute mix of his own productions

In this week’s Fresh Kicks mix, Belfast’s very own Carlton Doom delivers a 60-minute archive of his own productions, in the form of intoxicating breaks, guttural techno and lo-fi sounds. He also chats to Amy Fielding about AVA Festival, clubbing at 15, and producing under an alias

News of the pioeering grime artist's passing was confirmed yesterday

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