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Rinse FM Residencies Barely Legal
Rinse FM Residencies Barely Legal

More names in the new wave of residents include Laurel Halo, Timedance, Move D, and Aurora Halal…

Madrid's techno merchant Regal delivers a blistering hour of ferocious rhythm, sizzling acid and raw energy. We chat to the Involve Records founder about techno, touring, Tbilisi and the trouble with "underground"...

EOD prem DJ Mag
EOD prem DJ Mag

Aphex Twin and Nina Kraviz approved producer Stian Gjevik AKA EOD releases his new LP on on Bjarki’s bbbbbb label in July. ‘Wilbur’ is an emotive burst of scatterbrain electronics with jolting jungle vibes...

Vancouver's Minimal Violence step up with an incendiary mix of supercharged electro, techno and breaks to mark the release of their new EP on Ninja Tune's Technicolour imprint. DJ Mag caught up with the duo to talk punk, the local scene and cyborgs...

As a DJ/producer of dark, harrowing sound, the head honcho of the multidisciplinary 6dimensions label, and founder of one the UK's most influential parties, LOST, Steve Bicknell's significance to the underground cannot be understated. Ahead of his Detroit debut this weekend, he steps up for his DJ Mag Podcast with a mix of enveloping, relentless techno and electro...

To mark the release of his new LP 'Will' on Smalltown Supersound, DJ Mag catches up with UK producer Matt Karmil to talk ambience, influence and process – He also steps up to deliver an all-vinyl mix of deep, mesmerising house and atmospheric rhythm...

House and disco infiltrator and Love on the Rocks label innovator Paramida steps up with a deliriously fun mix for her DJ Mag Podcast – We catch up with "Berlin's most hated" to learn the importance of patience, playfulness and sticking to your own identity...

Parisian duo Masomenos deliver an hour of playful, intricate micro-house and minimalism to introduce you to their new album 'M7TH' and discuss their endlessly colourful audiovisual universe...

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...

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