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Chemical Brothers Creamfields 2019
Chemical Brothers Creamfields 2019

They join Swedish House Mafia and more at the festival...

We find out the method behind the Crystal Method's madness...

The Crystal Method are one of the United States’ longest-standing dance music outfits, with a career that spans over two decades, thousands of gigs and many releases — but they haven’t done it alone. DJ Mag charts the group’s evolution, their multiple collaborators and prolific creative output ahead of their new LP, ‘The Trip Home’...

Purdu Premiere Optimo DJ Mag
Purdu Premiere Optimo DJ Mag

Optimo ready the third release on their new sub-label Digital Danceforce: A versatile three track EP from Perdu. Hear the cinematic, vintage arp-led 'Road To Yuzu’ now...

Belfast Synth-wave and ambient experimentalist Arvo Party dishes up a sprawling 90 minute mix of experimental electronics, heady krautrock and ambience...

 

Belfast Synth-wave and ambient artist Arvo Party recently released his superb sophomore album ‘II’ in October. We catch up with the former punk bassist to learn more as he dishes up a sprawling 90 minute mix of experimental electronics, heady krautrock and ambience...

Junction 2 Festival 2019 first act announcement Maceo Plex
Junction 2 Festival 2019 first act announcement Maceo Plex

Richie Hawtin, Shanti Celeste, Call Super and more also feature in the first act announcement…

DJ Mag meets Eric Estornel in Spain to find out about his upbringing in Miami and Dallas, his new album for R&S, and how the US affection for grittier beats is at the heart of his sound...

Under the name Maceo Plex, Cuban-American DJ/producer and label founder Eric Estornel is among the biggest players in electronic music. So why has he resurrected his more cerebral electro project, Mariel Ito, which has lain dormant for years? DJ Mag meets Estornel in Spain to find out about his upbringing in Miami and Dallas, his new album for R&S, and how the US affection for grittier beats is at the heart of his sound...

Harold Heath asks if dance music has plateaued or if we're just jaded...

WORDS: Harold Heath

Is dance music suffocating under a wave of beige productions or are we just jaded? Harold Heath argues that artists need to take more risks to produce truly great art...

DJ Mag talk to Carl Cox about Ibiza’s role in dance music, the importance of new talent and his plans for the rest of 2018...

What is there to say about Carl Cox? The man who came to define the sound of Ibiza, effortlessly appealing to dance music fans across genres, styles and borders. His Space residency and ultimate closing party gave hundreds of thousands of clubbers some of the best nights (and days) of their lives, and now he’s back on the island for six hand- picked dates across the season. We spoke to him about Ibiza’s role in dance music, the importance of new talent and his plans for the rest of 2018...

the-warehouse-project-line-up-2018
the-warehouse-project-line-up-2018

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

Catching up with an artist who’s often struggled with his place in the spotlight...

The original DJ cover star, Sasha was the face of ’90s clubland success and excess. His new Refracted:LIVE show redefines his special talent, delivering a fresh take on his biggest hits and reinvigorating an artist who’s often struggled with his place in the spotlight...

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