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We speak to the groovy house heroes about how their live show evolved and how it works on stage… 

We meet up with the East London selector to discuss his next big move...

From: BOW, EAST LONDON

For Fans Of: SILK ROAD ASSASSINS, DARKO, MSSINGNO

Three Tunes: 'Ascend, 'Wrong One Feat. Prynce Mini', 'Harca'

DJ Mag North America's September cover star, the one and only David Guetta, talks success, pop and being a workaholic...

Whether you love it, hate it or (be honest) pretend to hate it, there’s no denying the colossal impact David Guetta’s music has had on the world. The 50-year-old’s global fame, riches and sound has reached levels only few dare dream about, let alone actually achieve. This is neither hyperbole nor speculation, it’s in the numbers – and his Grammys, countless hits, homes, jets and bank accounts don’t lie. At home in Ibiza, DJ Mag finds the Frenchman is less interested in cozying up in all that revelry and cash, but rather, working like a madman to release his latest, near-overdue album, ‘7’...

 Words: KATIE BAIN
Pics: ELLEN VON UNWERTH  

Detroit drum & bass aficionado steps up with a killer hour of ecstatic footwork, jungle and jolting, bassy rhythms...

Detroit drum & bass aficionado Sinistarr steps up with a killer hour of ecstatic footwork, jungle and jolting, bassy rhythms. We catch up with a singular talent to talk origins, making d&b in Detroit and dreams of yachts...

Boiler Room x Ballantine's True Music: Hybrid Sounds

The first ever Boiler Room show in Valencia was the climax of the True Music: Hybrid Sounds tour, a partnership with Ballantine's tasked with exploring the excitement at the intersection of traditional and electronic music by pairing electronic innovators with traditional musicians...

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...

DJ Mag catches up with Cómeme's Ana Helder, one of Argentina's most inventive, unparalleled producers...

Cómeme's Ana Helder steps up with a jaunty, irresistible 60 minutes of house power for our Podcast series. Jumping from jubilant percussion to gritty acid, the Argentinian producer showcases her selection prowess and talks origins, finding her label family and her "plastic" sonic expression...

Motorbass were the gently beating heart of French dance music in the 1990s, the duo’s octopus arms encircling everything positive that would come to pass in the scene’s French touch pomp...

DJ Mag's new Solid Gold series revisists and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In this first edition, Ben Cardew explores the enduring relevance of Motorbass' (Étienne de Crécy and Philippe Zdar) pivotal French touch record, 'Pansoul', one of the most inspiring electronic records to ever come out of the country...

Hiddens gems incoming! 

It's never the wrong time to hear some techno you've not heard before. With literally thousands of records to choose from – and more being released every single day – we thought we'd give you a treat of just 10 classic, lesser known, techno tracks to enjoy from between 1998 and 2008...

DJ Mag’s latest monthly mix series puts the focus on the seminal labels we love; outlets that stay at the top of the game, breaking and developing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. For our second edition, we catch up with David Buttle and Graham Luckhurst, the devoted diggers behind Mr Bongo...

DJ Mag’s latest monthly mix series puts the focus on the seminal labels we love; outlets that stay at the top of the game, breaking and developing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. For our second edition, we catch up with David Buttle and Graham Luckhurst, the devoted diggers behind Mr Bongo...

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