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Porter Robinson Virtual Self Worlds
Porter Robinson Virtual Self Worlds

The electronic star reveals a few home truths... 

Stockholm-based percussive house dazzler Art Alfie celebrates the launch of his new Velvet Pony label with an exclusive, energised mix and talks fatherhood, production and collaboration...

She’s the Paris-based New Yorker who’s overcome the struggle of addiction and dance music industry tokenism to forge her own path. Louisa Pillott, aka LOUISAHHH, is techno’s next superstar. We join the DJ/producer in Paris as she rocks a Bromance party, and hear all about her musical history and self-designed spiritual awakening...

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

The evolution of Porter Robinson has been filled with constant transformations throughout the years. The beloved producer once again abandons the sounds that made him a global star to become Virtual Self...

She talks to DJ Mag about finding her ‘Happy Place’ and how she hopes her music does the same for her fans...

Alison Wonderland is on the verge of releasing her sophomore studio album, ‘Awake’, after an incredible 2017 that saw her debut at No. 89 on our Top 100 DJ poll. She talks to DJ Mag about finding her ‘Happy Place’ and how she hopes her music does the same for her fans...

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

When it comes to San Proper, eccentric doesn’t quite cover it. Rush Hour’s most madcap selector, he’s known for raw, genre-defying productions, unpredictable sets and a whirlwind persona. But after a chase across Amsterdam, DJ Mag learns he’s really just all about the love... 

There were plenty of great artist albums released in our scene this year, more than ably demonstrating how the long-player format is still crucially important to our world. From emotive techno, razor-edged electro, abstract pop through garage-laden house, it's been another vintage year for electronic music. Here’s our top 50 albums of 2017...

Better than an office Christmas party...

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