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Redlight - the artist formerly known as Clipz - is flipping the dance script, shattering genres into a million pieces and pioneering a mongrel music that’s thrilling a new electronic generation.
With a barrel full of dancefloor killers in his arsenal and a series of key festival appearances throughout the summer, he’s poised for greatness. DJmag learns more…

Arriving in Miami means a lot to our cover star Eric Prydz – for more than one reason. The man who effortlessly makes underground house and techno cuts that sometimes blow up into mainstream monsters has more quality new music to unleash on the assembled throng at this year's WMC…

Whatever you make of it, there's no party experience in the world like Miami's WMC week. Like cramming a whole Ibiza season into one week-long blitz of non-stop hedonism, you'll find sun-soaked poolside jams, dark twisted club sessions, boat raves, beach parties and the biggest dance festival in the States all jostling for your attention. Outside of our own killer events programme at The Shelborne, here's our guide to the best of the rest. Remember for discounted tickets see www.wantickets.com/djmag

The unstoppable Swedish House Mafia - Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello - bring their power-house to their new Ibiza residency. And right now it seems they can please all the people all the time...

Milan's mischievous crunk house tag team Crookers are primed to be the next dance music superstars. Prior to a momentous gig at London's top dance fest Get Loaded In The Park, in August, and a forthcoming debut album, DJmag collars the Italian pranksters to find out how they do things, Crookers style...

The Andy Warhol of dance music and self-proclaimed Mayor of Williamsburg, Larry Tee injects attitude into electro-house with his new album

DJ/producer Aaron La Crate is one of the pioneers of B-More club music - a genre born in the nightspots of Baltimore fusing rave, hip hop, Miami bass and party breaks to electrifying effect.

Sony's laptop range, the <B>Vaio</B>, are unleashing a cool new music website.

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