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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”...

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...

 

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

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...

With mental health and wellbeing one of the principal keynote topics at the International Music Summit (IMS) in Ibiza at the end of this month (May), we asked the Association For Electronic Music (AFEM)’s working group Protect Mental & Physical Health For Fans & Professionals to interview some industry stalwarts about their mental health experiences and how they’ve coped. Read on for some expert advice on how you can maximise your wellbeing when things get tough...

Robin Campillo's 120 BPM is a film that shines a light on the tireless work of AIDS activists, ACT UP, in early '90s Paris. Arnaud Rebotini's original soundtrack champions the liberation and vitality that house music brought to marginalised groups in the city in the midst of the global pandemic – In his DJ Mag podcast mix, he celebrates that very sound with classic tracks and original cuts... 

House and disco infiltrator and Love on the Rocks label innovator Paramida steps up with a deliriously fun mix for her DJ Mag Podcast – We catch up with "Berlin's most hated" to learn the importance of patience, playfulness and sticking to your own identity...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

Born in the UK in the early ‘90s, during a period of explosive creativity, the freeform breakbeats of jungle became the soundtrack to many producers’ formative years before taking a backseat to more formulaic ideas. Recently, however, a new wave of talent has been on the rise, feeding their junglist sensibilities into all corners of the dance...

ADAM Audio’s S2V monitors sound seriously good

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