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Field Maneuvers 2018
Field Maneuvers 2018

Innervisions Royal Albert Hall, Mint Club 20th Anniversary, Field Maneuvers, Brock Out vs Planet Fun!, Expert Death, FLY Open Air... 

Cassius Select Premiere DJ Mag
Cassius Select Premiere DJ Mag

Sydney-based beat wizard Cassius Select returns with his ‘Fake Death’ EP on Hypercolour. ‘Cartoon’ is a hectic, percussive turn for dizzy dancefloors…

Razzmatazz unveils its OFF Sonar line-up
Razzmatazz unveils its OFF Sonar line-up

This is Hardcore looks insane...

Bangface Weekender 2018 Pontins Southport
Bangface Weekender 2018 Pontins Southport

Printworks, Bangface, Junk, Motion, House of God, Maximum Pressure; tickets, please... 

From the ongoing refinement of house and disco, to techno's domination of the mainstream, the return of electro, ebm and new wave, and the resurgence of jump-up d&b, dance music has continued to thrive and empassion this year. Picking just 50 tracks has been a nightmare but every single tune in this list is solid gold so crank your system and enjoy... 

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...

Some of the best tracks this year have, in fact, been fresh takes on old material. Not only offering a whole new way to enjoy a tune, plus that kinky little nostalgia hit from an instantly recognisable synth or vocal, remixes and edits bring the dance music scene closer together through collaboration, appreciation and breaking genre boundaries…

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

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...

Explore bass, techno and more with the Bristol-born Berlin-based producer...

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