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Fever Ray cancels tour, cites “general anxiety and panic attacks”
Fever Ray cancels tour, cites “general anxiety and panic attacks”

The announcement was made on Twitter today... 

77 minutes of raw power for the Brooklyn DJ...

Formidable DJ/producer/promoter Katie Rex steps up with a fierce mix of hammering electro and techno. We catch up with the Brooklyn mainstay to discuss her origins in the Philadelphia rave scene, founding the peerless BOUND event series, and her favourite artists in the scene...

Rave classics from the man who knows...

Mark Archer of the classic rave duo picks his biggest rave-era bangers ahead of his performance at Field Maneuvers festival later this month...

Canal Mills is being forced to close due to property development
Canal Mills is being forced to close due to property development

A major blow to the Leeds club scene... 

Four Tet Massive Attack Neneh Cherry DJ Mag
Four Tet Massive Attack Neneh Cherry DJ Mag

‘Kong’, the Swedish singer’s first release since 2014, tackles the refugee crisis...

Helena Hauff drops two new tracks from new album 'Qualm'
Helena Hauff drops two new tracks from new album 'Qualm'

More goodness from the Hamburg player... 

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the-warehouse-project-line-up-2018

“For twelve weeks, this city is ours”...

Warehouse Project leaving store street 2018 dj mag
Warehouse Project leaving store street 2018 dj mag

But fear not: the iconic Manchester venue is going out with a bang...

Four Tet to host an all-dayer with Ben UFO at The Warehouse Project
Four Tet to host an all-dayer with Ben UFO at The Warehouse Project

The event will feature a five-hour b2b set between Four Tet and Ben UFO…

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

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