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Daft Punk The Weeknd Lawsuit Yasminah
Daft Punk The Weeknd Lawsuit Yasminah

San Francisco-based artist Yasminah is seeking at least $5 million in the lawsuit…

Arvo Party prem  dj mag
Arvo Party prem dj mag

Synth-wave and ambient experimentalist Arvo Party releases his second album ‘II’ in October. New single ‘D a N S E’ is a spectral and atmospheric cut with loose, rattling percussion…

The first techno record played entirely by robots has been made
The first techno record played entirely by robots has been made

The future starts here... 

Haddaway
Haddaway

Our latest 60 Second Synth Sounds video shows you how to play the club classic…

We catch up with RVNG Intl.’s rising star to talk process, ambience and Santa Clause…

Moscow-based experimentalist Kate NV steps up with an hour of captivating oddities, trippy minimalism and cinematic psychedelics or: “a good one for making and drinking tea”. We catch up with RVNG Intl.’s rising star to talk process, ambience and Santa Clause…

We catch up with UK garage legend DJ Spoony as he tells us his top tracks that chart the history and evolution of the influential sound from New York to London...

We catch up with UK garage legend DJ Spoony as he tells us his top tracks that chart the history and evolution of the influential sound from New York to London...

We meet disco legend and songwriting extraordinaire Nile Rodgers for our September UK cover...

Nile Rodgers is the man behind Chic and countless disco classics and mega hits. Always moving with the times and updating his classic guitar licks and grooves for new generations, he’s about to release a long- awaited new album filled with modern collaborators. DJ Mag met Nile to talk about staying current, the significance of the disco movement, and why he continues to do what he does so well...

WORDS: Declan McGlynn
PICS: Dan Reid 

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...

We meet the Bristol duo to find out more...

FROM: Bristol, UK

FOR FANS OF: Silent Servant, Young Echo, December

THREE TUNES: 'Bring Back Fives', 'Celebrate The Last 30 Years Of Human Ego', 'High Waisted'

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