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Amsterdam's Nacht voor de Nacht returns this February
Amsterdam's Nacht voor de Nacht returns this February

The ban could affect those visiting the city for ADE, Drumcode Festival, Dekmantel and Awakenings…

Since its launch in 1993, Positiva has been a label responsible for some of the most globally successful dance tracks. As the imprint celebrates its 25th birthday, we chart 10 of its most iconic releases...

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It hits cinemas on 31st August…

 

When Dax J made worldwide headlines last year for dropping an Islamic call to prayer sample during his set in Tunisia, it looked for a minute like his career could be over. As a result of the ensuing international furore he received all manner of online death threats, and was sentenced to a year in prison by a Tunisian court. But instead of wallowing in gloom, he channelled the experience into writing music, producing some of his best ever work that has made its way onto his new album. Appropriately titled ‘Offending Public Morality’, it finds the Berghain regular in uncompromising mood. DJ Mag joins him in Berlin to get the full scoop... 

Point Blank music school's Ski Oakenfull breaks down the rebuilds the legendary trip hop ballad…

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Ever since the revelations in Hollywood about film producer Harvey Weinstein, and the subsequent #MeToo stories of sexual misconduct, the dance music world has been waiting for tales from our scene to come to light. And it seems that there are plenty. The following accounts are from women in our scene who have been harassed, abused or bullied by men taking liberties — without their consent. Names have been kept out of the accounts for obvious reasons. A helpline has been launched specifically for the electronic dance music industry, details are at the bottom of the page...

Last year was an incredible year for party boys Solardo. Playing over 200 high-profile gigs, traversing the globe like a well-oiled machine, the Manc lads rapidly shot into the upper echelons of the scene — converting everyone they came into contact with via their fun-time positive vibes, rolling tech-house bangers and loud shirts. After scooping the Best Duo gong at our Best Of British awards in December, DJ Mag's editor Carl Loben meets up with the pair to find out more...

Pioneering trip-hop group not happy with Tong’s orchestral version of ‘Unfinished Sympathy’…

After we nominated Carl Cox in his category, there was only ever going to be one winner…

 

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