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The grime DJ breaks down his five tips for DJing with an MC 


We grabbed time with the Mak 10 to get some insight into how to perform with MCs, be it flow, mixing or track selection advice

An 80-minute melting pot of bubbling minimal from London's Rossko

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ/producer and long-standing FUSE resident, Rossko, serves up a hypnotic melting pot of minimal house and techno rollers, and chats about his early teens on pirate radio, illegal raves, and the launch of his new label, Late Night Skanking

Meet the MC is DJ Mag's new monthly interview series, getting to know emerging MCs on the electronic music scene. This month, DJ Mag’s Amy Fielding catches up with London collective, Bala Bala Boyz

Meet the MC is DJ Mag's new monthly interview series, getting to know emerging MCs on the electronic music scene. This month, DJ Mag’s Amy Fielding catches up with London collective, Bala Bala Boyz, about the influence of Congolese heritage on their sound, high-energy performances, and the importance of retaining authenticity

For fans of: Ecko Bazz, Ahadadream, NKC

Roland DJ707M
Roland DJ707M

The DJ-707M features sounds from Roland's drum machines as well as features for loudspeaker management

From searing electro, acid and breaks to hype UK funky fusions and grime, here's July 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From searing electro, acid and breaks to hype UK funky fusions and grime, here's July 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

From: Exeter, Devon

For fans of: Swindle, LV, J Dilla

Three tunes: ‘State of Flow’, ‘First Place Loser’, ‘Whiteboard Jungle’

From: Exeter, Devon

For fans of: Swindle, LV, J Dilla

Three tunes: ‘State of Flow’, ‘First Place Loser’, ‘Whiteboard Jungle’

Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

Greeted with both derision and delight from the outset, the cartoonish covers and soundtrack of happy hardcore’s defining, and to some damning, Bonkers series were vital for a generation that grew up in small UK towns during the ‘90s. A decade after the last edition, Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

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

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