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Slikback, Duke & MCZO, Josey Rebelle and many more will play the Ugandan festival in September

DJ Mag heads to Italy’s techno capital to pick up the local thread with Luigi Madonna and his crew

DJ Mag heads to the Italian birthplace of Marco Carola and Joseph Capriati to pick up the local thread, with Luigi Madonna and his crew

 One of Northern Ireland’s most exciting selectors, Holly Lester, serves up a fiery mix of eclectic, full-throttle house as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

 One of Northern Ireland’s most exciting selectors, Holly Lester, serves up a fiery mix of eclectic, full-throttle house as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

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Deborah De Luca

DJ, producer and label boss Deborah De Luca returns to her Sola_mente imprint with a warehouse-ready techno cut. Listen to the immense 'Waiting For You' now...

From searing electro, acid and breaks to hype UK funky fusions and grime, here's July 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 searing electro, acid and breaks to hype UK funky fusions and grime, here's July 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

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The hallowed experimental festival takes place at the end of August...

Get acquainted with South African deep house breakthrough, Floyd Lavine

From: Johannesburg, South Africa
For Fans Of: Black Coffee, Andhim, Re.You
Three Tunes: ‘Masala’, ‘Sondela’, 'Humanity' 

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Gerd Janson, DJ Seinfeld and Skream also head to Edinburgh in October...

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues...

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues. Despite post-WW2 legislation that banned dancing in almost all clubs, the scene thrived for almost 20 years. The widely unenforced law, which was eventually relaxed in 2015, did little to prevent Japanese clubbers moving their feet. Consequently the country now has an established, diverse and exciting club scene. Here, with the support of DJ Mag Japan, we explore some of the country’s best clubs...

Get acquainted with New York duo, Memba...

From New York City, NY, USA

For Fans Of: Luca Lush, Mura Masa, What So Not

THREE TUNES: ‘Vexed,’ ‘Schools Out’, ‘Xilla!’

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