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The next venture for Shanti Celeste and Gramrcy's imprint

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Ciel Ariel Zetina charity compilation

DJ Python also features on the compilation from Orphan. Records

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The EP will be his debut on Batu's Timedance imprint

DJ Lag, The Black Madonna, Deena Abdelwahed and HAAi are among the first acts announced for the Indian festival... 

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LMC20 also launches its Exhibition, Awards and Accelerator program…

An hour of radiant, high-energy club sounds from Manchester's Anz as part of our Recognise series

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 Manchester’s purveyor of radiant club sounds, Anz, to discuss her frenetic process, playing Panorama bar, and her landmark EP, ‘Invitation 2 Dance’

Funk-infused, jazzy disco and balearic grooves from Ruf Dug as part of our On Cue series

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. Next up is Manchester-based DJ, producer, NTS Resident, and all round good guy, Ruf Dug, who drops in with just over an hour of funk-infused, jazzy disco and balearic grooves

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pioneer dj ddj-1000SRT

Pioneer DJ have added the DDJ-1000SRT to their controller range…

 Investigating the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds

Artificial intelligence, the doom mongers say, will make many human jobs obsolete, and some believe it will destroy the music industry too. But the flipside is a brave new world where AI and people can co-exist, collaborate, and make beautiful music together. We investigate the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds

Elena Colombi new label
Elena Colombi new label

The label's first release will come from experimental duo Free Range

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