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Prodigy expert Martin James meets Liam Howlett and some Prodigy devotees to discover what makes these electro punks so special...

The Prodigy’s fans — nicknamed the Ant Army — are some of the most dedicated for any band. Ahead of their new album, Prodigy expert Martin James talks to producer Liam Howlett and some of their most passionate followers about what makes these electro punks so special...

We delve into the potential effects of the UK’s departure from the European Union on DJs...

Brexit happens early next year, but its impact upon musicians working in the EU remains unclear. We delve into the potential effects of the UK’s departure from the European Union on DJs, and what new laws might mitigate against them...

WORDS: Harold Heath

We Have Voice Collective, female:pressure and others are working tirelessly to end sexual discrimination and harassment in dance music...

Sexual harassment is a widespread problem that remains prevalent in our supposedly progressive dance music scene. A number of new initiatives have proposed a solution: a Code Of Conduct to combat abusive behaviour on the dancefloor and in the workplace. DJ Mag spoke to key figures from the project and a number of other companies taking steps towards positive change...

Words: CHANDLER SHORTLIDGE
Pics: HEATHER STEN, SARAH KOURY, BARRON, CLAIBORNE & MICHEAL BREYER

DJ Mag meets Jlin to discuss the feeling of home, composing for a ballet and the powerful complexity in simplicity...

Having become a staple of the Planet Mu roster, Jlin’s experimental sonics have seen her captivate club-goers and festival crowds around the globe. Now the US producer has opened herself up to a whole new audience and world of potential — composing a ballet, and in the process, achieving a lifelong ambition...

Words: TARA JOSHI
Pics: MADHUMITA NANDI / Live pic: MARK ALLAN

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Out now on Bite This Records...

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

Born in the UK in the early ‘90s, during a period of explosive creativity, the freeform breakbeats of jungle became the soundtrack to many producers’ formative years before taking a backseat to more formulaic ideas. Recently, however, a new wave of talent has been on the rise, feeding their junglist sensibilities into all corners of the dance...

The Mover steps up with a ferocious live set to showcase his rave and electro side and discusses his reasons for reviving the legendary moniker last year...

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