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We look at the wider impact the The Warehouse Project’s “spiritual home” has had since first opening its doors for The Warehouse Project in 2007…

The Warehouse Project returned for its final year at its “spiritual home” of Store Street last weekend. DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor Rob McCallum looks at the wider impact the venue has had since first opening its doors for The Warehouse Project in 2007…

DJ Mag dons a fancy helmet and attempts to throw shapes at a rave in the world’s deepest diving pool…

DJ Mag dons a fancy helmet and attempts to throw shapes to the sounds of Peggy Gou and Artwork at a rave in the world’s deepest diving pool...

WORDS: Tom Usher

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The British icon also revealed there is big news coming for next year...

A master of both audio and visual aesthetics, Max Cooper names the weird and wonderful tracks that inspired his musical vision...

Max Cooper is best known for emotive soundscapes that translate both on and off the dancefloor, and is defined as an artist consistently pushing the boundaries of sound and vision within his work. His third studio album, ‘One Hundred Billion Sparks’, was inspired by a month of solitude in a secluded part of Wales far from the constraints of everyday life. The outcome is twelve pensive tracks with plenty of nostalgia; all intricately woven into visual art to elaborate the story. Aside from his recent trip to the idyllic countryside, we asked Max to reveal ten of his most influential tracks of all time...

UK punk legend and iconic dub and reggae DJ Don Letts charts his ultimate Notting Hill Carnival tracks ahead of the annual festivities this weekend

UK punk legend and iconic dub and reggae DJ Don Letts charts his ultimate Notting Hill Carnival tracks ahead of the annual festivities this weekend

Michael Jackson's Thriller is no longer the highest selling album
Michael Jackson's Thriller is no longer the highest selling album

The King of Pop has been dethroned... 

 Jazzuelle delivers an hour of cinematic, explorative techno that is as absorbing as it is danceable for our Podcast series...

Johannesburg-based artist Jazzuelle is driven by intuition, experimentation and personal evolution. We speak to one of South Africa's most vital talents about his new album 'Rebirth', the country's scene and the importance of defying expectation. He also delivers an hour of cinematic, explorative techno that is as absorbing as it is danceable...

Tomorrowland 2018 most played tracks
Tomorrowland 2018 most played tracks

Tech house and EDM rule the roost... 

After the recent tragic deaths of two people at Mutiny Festival in Portsmouth, the issue of drug safety testing has been thrust into the spotlight once again. DJ Mag talks to Fiona Measham, founder of The Loop harm reduction organisation, about the work that they do and why some pill manufacturers are making their ecstasy so strong...

The revered duo take us deep inside the inspiration for their latest album, ‘Murmurations’, out this month on Wichita...

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