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ANNA has made her own destiny through a combination of perseverance and talent...

Brought up near São Paulo, Brazil, the daughter of a club owner, ANNA has made her own destiny through a combination of perseverance and talent. She’s faced health scares and industry pitfalls, but, she tells DJ Mag, with gigs all over and releases on the best dance labels, she’s never been in a better place than she is now...

We step inside the opulent world of Studio 54...

DJ Mag’s books and film editor Kirsty Allison meets up with the minds behind a new documentary on New York’s most famous nightclub, Studio 54...

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...

We meet Francesca Lombardo in San Francisco to find out more...

Francesca Lombardo may have a background in classical, but it’s as a techno and house DJ that she tours the world. Ahead of her debut album, DJ Mag meets her in San Francisco to talk musicality, deciding her own destiny, and the joys of performing live...

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  

FABRIC credit Sarah Ginn DJ Mag
FABRIC credit Sarah Ginn DJ Mag

The three part series explores the history of dance music from its origins right up to the modern day...

Berghain is a prominent feature of new documentary The Sound of Berlin
Berghain is a prominent feature of new documentary The Sound of Berlin

“A journey through the capital of electronic music”...

Is technology helping or hurting DJs?
Is technology helping or hurting DJs?

Richie Hawtin, Ellen Allien and Steffi are amongst those looking for an answer... 

We meet Orbital to talk their new LP, live performance and what it's like to be 30 years deep in the dance music biz...

After almost 30 years — minus a couple of splits — operating as Orbital, Paul and Phil Hartnoll are back with their first studio album in six years (and ninth in total), ‘Monsters Exist’. DJ Mag tracks the brothers down in their beloved Brighton to chat their new LP, sibling bickering and sending a message through music...

A master of both audio and visual aesthetics, Max Cooper names the weird and wonderful tracks that inspired his musical vision...

Max Cooper is best known for emotive soundscapes that translate both on and off the dancefloor, and is defined as an artist consistently pushing the boundaries of sound and vision within his work. His third studio album, ‘One Hundred Billion Sparks’, was inspired by a month of solitude in a secluded part of Wales far from the constraints of everyday life. The outcome is twelve pensive tracks with plenty of nostalgia; all intricately woven into visual art to elaborate the story. Aside from his recent trip to the idyllic countryside, we asked Max to reveal ten of his most influential tracks of all time...

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