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The big one is back; Aus Music at Shelter, DJ Mag ADE at Claire, De School’s Het Weekend, DJ Mag Top 100 DJs and Breakfast Club at Radion are among our top picks

Amsterdam Dance Event kicks off next week, turning the city into an electronic music playground for five days. We've scoured the programme for the best parties, festivals and more, so you don't have to

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Featuring residents Apollonia and Steve Lawler, as well as Nicolas Lutz and many more

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lukeslater

It was recorded in Amnesia back in July

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Marcel Dettmann Press Pic © Sven Marquardt.jpg

The Bad Manners showcase takes place at Shelter

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Marcel Dettmann Press Pic © Sven Marquardt.jpeg

The first label showcase will take place at Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE)

From UK funky fusions and ferocious techno to celestial house and EBM, here's August 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 UK funky fusions and ferocious techno to celestial house and EBM, here's August 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of

Planetary Assault Systems' Luke Slater is live from #DJMagHQ in London

One of the UK’s finest newbreed techno superstars chooses 10 cutting-edge records that keep him inspired... 

One of the UK’s finest leading techno innovators, Daniel Avery, picks 10 cutting-edge tracks that have been keeping him inspired lately as part of our Take Ten series...

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Marcel Dettmann, Scuba and Slater himself also contribute...

Daley Padley talks Ibiza memories, his Pacha residency and forthcoming LP...

Hot Since 82’s Pacha party is a throwback to Daley Padley’s own Ibiza history — one where line-ups were secondary, the vibe was right and the music was perfect. We caught up with him to find out about his love for extended sets, the Labyrinth philosophy, and how a tragic event led to his most creative period yet...

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