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With an hour of gritty club sounds and percussive heat, Glaswegian DJ, producer and Eyeangle Records boss Liam Doc is next up in the Fresh Kicks mix series

With an hour of gritty club sounds and percussive techno heat, Glaswegian DJ, producer and Eyeangle Records boss Liam Doc is next up in the Fresh Kicks mix series

The German virtuoso reveals his fave studio gear...

The German virtuoso reveals his fave studio gear...

A thunderous hour of versatile club sounds from R&S affiliates, Lakker

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, Lakker discuss their third R&S LP, Época, working with visuals, and future projects. They also deliver a thunderous mix of versatile club sounds

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"His work in the early days with Le Funk Mob and Etienne de Crecy gave French electronic music a gold standard that fulfilled its promise through Cassius, Daft Punk and beyond"

DJ Fresh tells DJ Mag about the crushing lows and vertiginous highs of his career, from battling cancer to producing hit records for the likes of Kyle Minogue...

DJ Fresh has had a life of vertiginous highs and crushing lows — from his time in drum & bass supergroup Bad Company, to having No.1 hit records, to battling health scares and cancer. Now he’s in a better place than ever, sober and balancing a career working in artificial intelligence systems with producing hit records for artists like Kylie Minogue. DJ Mag meets him to discover how he’s weathered the storm...

FROM: MANCHESTER, UK

FOR FANS OF: LITTLE SIMZ, ERYKAH BADU, LEVELZ

THREE TUNES: ‘URBAN JAZZ’, ‘SHADE’, ‘PAUSE’

From: Manchester, UK

For fans of: Little Simz, Erykah Badu, Levelz

Three tunes: ‘Urban Jazz’, ‘Shade’, ‘Pause’

Is the dance music community ruining the planet?

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... The  state  of the  environment  has never been  worse, but could  dance music be contributing  to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin  Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture,  unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are  slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

The  state of the environment has never been worse, but could dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

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DJ Mag catches up with Naive label boss, Rádio Quântica and mina party co-founder and DJ extraordinaire Violet to discuss her forthcoming LP, Lisbon's defiant underground and her unwavering determination and optimism...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with Naive label boss, Rádio Quântica and mina party co-founder and DJ extraordinaire Violet to discuss her forthcoming LP, Lisbon's defiant underground and her unwavering determination and optimism... 

Pics: Joao Viegas, Nash Does Work

Avicii posthumous track SOS 2019 DJ Mag
Avicii posthumous track SOS 2019 DJ Mag

The track is the first to be shared from the forthcoming album, ‘Tim’...

He's remixed for Flume and Lana Del Rey and he's only just getting started...

Chris Gavino’s rise to fame has been meteoric. Just four years ago, the Washington DC-based DJ, producer and label owner was pursuing his degree. But he was already blowing up, DJing first at frat parties and birthdays, then all around the country on the weekend, while maintaining his grades during the week. Today, Gavino stands out among the sea of young faces on the future bass scene as Manila Killa...

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