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Huntleys + Palmers founder Andrew Thomson serves up an electrifying hour of power of cuts from the Glasgow label's Belters imprint...

DJ Mag's latest monthly mix series puts the focus on the labels we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we catch up with Huntleys + Palmers founder Andrew Thomson to discuss the past, present and future of the Glasgow label as he delivers an electrifying mix of tracks from its latest venture, the Belters imprint...

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire serves up an hour of electrified rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire has been breaking onto the global scene thanks to her electrifying, rhythmic DJ sets and activism. Ahead of her set at No Bounds Festival this weekend, we catch up with the DJ and writer as she serves up an hour of superb rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

No Bounds Festival 2018, Sheffield
No Bounds Festival 2018, Sheffield

fabric 19th Birthday, No Bounds Festival, Simple, Simple Things Festival, At One, Terminal V... 

Tunes that moved the floor... 

When Amnesia announced a new Monday night event series to fill the void left by Cocoon it was big news. Once the weekly kicked off it was clear things were only going to get bigger...

Ben Cardew puts arguably Daft Punk's most influential album under the microscope...

DJ Mag's weekly Solid Gold series examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In our latest edition, Ben Cardew revisits Daft Punk's 'Discovery' to discuss how the Parisian duo’s classic album anticipated the yacht rock revival, EDM, online fan-bases and the digital revolution...

HOUSEKEEPING are a four-man DJ collective on a mission to make dance music fun again. If their recent exploits across the American and European continents are any indication, they’re succeeding...

HOUSEKEEPING are a four-man DJ collective on a mission to make dance music fun again. If their recent exploits across the American and European continents are any indication, they’re succeeding...

We examine how the protest album changed the fate of Braintree's biggest export...

DJ Mag's new Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In our latest edition, DJ Mag regular Joe Roberts discusses how The Prodigy's second album, 'Music For The Jilted Generation', refined the Braintree trio as a voice of youth protest during a turbulent time in British history...

We catch up with HE.SHE.THEY resident and UK deep house outlier Wax Wings to talk origins, visual art, humour and Marilyn Manson...

Wax Wings steps up with an hour of deep, dark and soulful techno. We catch up with HE.SHE.THEY resident and UK deep house outlier to talk origins, visual art, humour and Marilyn Manson... 

DJ Mag North America's September cover star, the one and only David Guetta, talks success, pop and being a workaholic...

Whether you love it, hate it or (be honest) pretend to hate it, there’s no denying the colossal impact David Guetta’s music has had on the world. The 50-year-old’s global fame, riches and sound has reached levels only few dare dream about, let alone actually achieve. This is neither hyperbole nor speculation, it’s in the numbers – and his Grammys, countless hits, homes, jets and bank accounts don’t lie. At home in Ibiza, DJ Mag finds the Frenchman is less interested in cozying up in all that revelry and cash, but rather, working like a madman to release his latest, near-overdue album, ‘7’...

 Words: KATIE BAIN
Pics: ELLEN VON UNWERTH  

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising the top this month...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising the top this month. From percussive house, bass and breaks to galactic ambient and electro, here's September's list of next-gen talent you need to know...

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