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Produced under the duo’s Flame 2 alias

The Swedish duo open up about their live performance approach...

 Coinciding with the release of a major Tangerine Dream retrospective, DJ Mag catches up with Peter Baumann, one third of the band’s classic line-up

Coinciding with the release of a major Tangerine Dream retrospective, DJ Mag catches up with Peter Baumann, one third of the band’s classic line-up, to discuss the enduring influence of the German electronic outfit's fifth album

Violet announces debut LP, ‘Bed Of Roses’, on Dark Entries
Violet announces debut LP, ‘Bed Of Roses’, on Dark Entries

The Naive boss and Rádio Quântica co-founder will release her debut album on 19th September...

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Newcastle-based DJ and producer Jennifer Walton creates a driving, dense reality on her new album, ‘WHITE NURSE’. Listen to the warped atmospherics of ‘SCAPE’ now

DJ Mag heads to Italy’s techno capital to pick up the local thread with Luigi Madonna and his crew

DJ Mag heads to the Italian birthplace of Marco Carola and Joseph Capriati to pick up the local thread, with Luigi Madonna and his crew

Nightmare dance music, pop mutations and frenzied rhythms from Air Max ‘97...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with London's purveyor of "nightmare dance music" and mutated club sounds, Air Max '97, to discuss his renewed dancefloor focus, solidarity in the capital's club scene, and drum & bass in a cave by the sea...

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Dasha Rush, Perc and Randomer & VTSS are also locked in to play the H7 Warehouse...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno, though its roots go way back to the late 1970s. We talk to some of the country’s producers, DJs and musical advocates to find out what makes the Japanese underground so exciting...

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