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Aphex Twin and Nina Kraviz approved producer Stian Gjevik AKA EOD releases his new LP on on Bjarki’s bbbbbb label in July. ‘Wilbur’ is an emotive burst of scatterbrain electronics with jolting jungle vibes...

 

Dutch DJ, producer and Myor label don Coco Bryce steps up with a supercharged hour of hypnotic jungle, atmospheric rhythms and “piano infused blue mitsubishi gurnage”...

Vancouver's Minimal Violence step up with an incendiary mix of supercharged electro, techno and breaks to mark the release of their new EP on Ninja Tune's Technicolour imprint. DJ Mag caught up with the duo to talk punk, the local scene and cyborgs...

Gottwood Festival Top UK events
Gottwood Festival Top UK events

Junction 2, Inner City Electronic, DJ Kicks Tour, Gottwood, Wigflex x Multimodal, AVA Festival... 

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the ‘Windrush Generation’. With the Windrush Scandal in the news lately, and the 70th anniversary of the Windrush ship arriving in the UK occurring this June, DJ Mag talks to some of the black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene...

 

Influenced by hip-hop and halftime drum & bass, Ivy Lab and their label 20/20 LDN have a new vision for future beats. With their debut album and Transatlantic connections, they’re making it a reality...

 

Despite keeping his identity under wraps (or in this case, Post-it notes), Unglued has been turning heads with his rough 'n' ready productions. With the Hospital Records war machine behind him, and a penchant for crate-digging, he's surely unstoppable — as evidenced in this vinyl-only mix for our Fresh Kicks series...

Recognise is DJ Mag’s new monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music scene. This month, we speak to breakbeat assailant and Manchester junglist, Djinn…

At 1000bpm, extratone is electronic music’s fastest genre
At 1000bpm, extratone is electronic music’s fastest genre

Step aside speedcore, there’s a new sound in town…

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