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From their Berlin creative hub, production duo Âme — who made the evergreen house classic ‘Rej’ — talk about their record shop, distribution arm and studio complex, how they go about creating, and their long awaited new album ‘Dream House’...

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Bringing new meaning to the term "Virtual DJ"...

Berlin’s techno superstar Paul Kalkbrenner is back with a new LP that pays tribute to the city’s halcyon early rave days. We find out more about how he avoids the limelight, his obsessive work ethic and his love of early dance sounds...

Words: STEPHEN FLYNN
Pics: OLAF HEINE

Best of North America 2018

From UNESCO World Heritage sites and industrial complexes to 19th century medieval forts and bunkers, we've looked into some of the most unique festivals taking place this summer. You'll want to be getting to at least one of these amazing rave locations...

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A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

DVS1 is a true icon. He may have reached the top of the techno tree by a somewhat circuitous route — involving time spent in prison on drugs charges and half a lifetime of ‘anti-star’ behaviour — but his rep is now second to none. DJ Mag joins him as he prepares for one of his immense Wall Of Sound shows, to find a highly-principled man fully in tune with his place in the world...

Some of the best tracks this year have, in fact, been fresh takes on old material. Not only offering a whole new way to enjoy a tune, plus that kinky little nostalgia hit from an instantly recognisable synth or vocal, remixes and edits bring the dance music scene closer together through collaboration, appreciation and breaking genre boundaries…

Pioneer. Visionary. Genius.  There can be no doubt that Jeff Mills is one of the most significant music producers of the modern age. From co-founding Underground Resistance to helping to define the blueprint of what we now call ‘techno’, 'The Wizard' is a musician of the sort we’re unlikely to ever witness again...

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