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German trance legend was airlifted to hospital after falling off stage at A State Of Trance

TALE OF US ART BASEL
TALE OF US ART BASEL

Basel brilliance from Life & Death, Music On and Link Miami Rebels…

danny rampling
danny rampling

“Acid house at its inception was in some quarters totally misunderstood. The term 'Acid' came from Chicago — Ron Hardy, DJ Pierre, Farley, Adonis, Knuckles and all the other Hot Mix 5 crew — to describe the new emerging sound created with the Roland 303.

The dance scene owes much to gay culture...

Swedish DJ/producer Axel Boman's name crops up on all the best festival and club line-ups, DJ set lists and label discographies. His imaginative, freaky tunes have graced labels like Permanent Vacation, Pampa and Hypercolour, but it's his own label and musical headquarters Studio Barnhus, run alongside Kornel Kovacs and Petter Nordkvist, that he's most famed for. Fresh, unpredictable, with a sense of humour so often lacking in the dance scene, Axel's distinctive, leftfield, but dancefloor friendly sound is winning over new fans by the day...

The Prodigy have defined a movement, a generation. Their new album is out today

Since teaming up a couple of years ago, Mumdance and Logos have been smashing it. Their diverse backgrounds complement each other nicely, and now their 'Proto' comp brings together sounds from grime, jungle, hardcore and 'weightless', their newly invented term for ambient electronica, and the year is panning out nicely. DJ Mag hooks up with them...

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