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How the house hero's live approach, tech setup and philosophy led to him becoming one of the most in-demand performers around...

How the house hero's live approach, tech setup and philosophy led to him becoming one of the most in-demand performers in dance music...

The finest dance moments from the Balkan answer to Glastonbury... 

What began as a student protest against an authoritarian government in 2000 is now one of Europe's festival crown jewels, welcoming almost 200,000 people each year. July is calling already, so we run through some of the finest electronic moments from this storied history...

A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process...

A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process. DJ Mag talks to the label owners, and asks whether dance music is doing enough to help those less fortunate...

Words: Matt Anniss

DJ Mag catches up with Naive label boss, Rádio Quântica and mina party co-founder and DJ extraordinaire Violet to discuss her forthcoming LP, Lisbon's defiant underground and her unwavering determination and optimism...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with Naive label boss, Rádio Quântica and mina party co-founder and DJ extraordinaire Violet to discuss her forthcoming LP, Lisbon's defiant underground and her unwavering determination and optimism... 

Pics: Joao Viegas, Nash Does Work

Benny L's productions regularly top the Beatport charts and have seen him become of the drum & bass scene's biggest names...

Benny L’s drum & bass productions have become some of the most coveted in dance music, topping the Beatport charts and released by institutions like Metalheadz and Hospital. Ahead of another big summer, DJ Mag chats to d&b's new favourite son...

DJ Mag investigates if vinyl-only is good for the dance music industry...

Vinyl is more popular than it’s been in years, and wax-only labels are seen as some of the best in dance music. But is our obsession with records all it’s cracked up to be — or is it just an exclusive club? We talk to DJs and label owners to find out more...

An in-depth interview and a killer 60 minute mix from a legendary UK DJ, producer and label boss...

With a new EP driven by the rave and jungle sounds that first inspired her, and her Batty Bass club-night revived, Hannah Holland is having a moment. DJ Mag got in touch with the Margate-based DJ, producer, band member and label boss to talk about everything from the wild Trailer Trash days to her current residency at Adonis in London and her band Black Gold Buffalo. She's also served up a killer 60 minute mix as part of our Podcast series...

DJ Mag's Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In this edition, Ben Murphy discusses how Leftfield's seminal LP 'Leftism' united dance music in post-rave Britain and beyond...

DJ Mag's Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In this edition, Ben Cardew discusses how Leftfield's seminal LP 'Leftism' united the electronic music community in post-rave Britain and beyond...

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Simon Baker was a successful DJ/producer who had releases on labels such as Kompakt, Cocoon and Last Night On Earth. But then he developed tinnitus, and his life changed. However, rather than wallowing in misery, he started to find out all about how to treat the condition before re-training as a craniosacral therapist in order to help others experiencing tinnitus. Here’s his story.

Words: Simon Baker

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