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SHERELLE and NAINA step up with a 100% Hooversound mix

Hooversound is the burgeoning UK club label run by SHERELLE and NAINA. As the much-hyped imprint celebrates its first release, prepares for the future, and recalibrates in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, its founders deliver a thrilling mix of 100% Hooversound material, sprinting across the 140 - 170 BPM club music spectrum

Happy hardcore, ferocious club sounds, enchanting melodies and improvised acid from Montreal electro-punks, Pelada

With happy hardcore, animated club sounds, enchanting melodies and improvised acid, Montreal electro-punks, Pelada, ignites the Fresh Kicks mix series

Rough-cut techno, twisted EBM and industrial constructs from L.I.E.S. founder Ron Morelli as part of our The Sound Of label showcase

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we speak to Ron Morelli about his prolific outlet, L.I.E.S. Records, and he offers up a challenging mix of rough-cut techno, twisted EBM and industrial constructs

DJ Mag's Chandler Shortlidge speaks to three DJs — Posthuman, Spencer Parker, and Noncompliant — about the highs and lows of life on the road

From back-to-back travel and navigating unknown places, to the thrill of peak time raving and the low of the next day, touring DJs lead lives that can feel extraordinary and mundane. Away from the glamour of social media, what does a touring DJ really think of their hectic lifestyle? Below, Posthuman, Spencer Parker, and Noncompliant share their stories about life on the road

 Investigating the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds

Artificial intelligence, the doom mongers say, will make many human jobs obsolete, and some believe it will destroy the music industry too. But the flipside is a brave new world where AI and people can co-exist, collaborate, and make beautiful music together. We investigate the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds

Judy Russell Nu-Groove Downtown 161
Judy Russell Nu-Groove Downtown 161

Russell was a key figure in the growth of New York's dance music scene...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno, though its roots go way back to the late 1970s. We talk to some of the country’s producers, DJs and musical advocates to find out what makes the Japanese underground so exciting...

Dallas has long been a hub of razor sharp electro, but its history is lesser known than that of Chicago or Detroit. Here, Ben Murphy charts the evolution of the Texan city’s key artists, labels and venues, which have helped shape Dallas’ distinct and ever-evolving electro sound...

Dallas has long been a hub of razor sharp electro, but its history is lesser known than that of Chicago or Detroit. Here, Ben Murphy charts the evolution of the Texan city’s key artists, labels and venues, which have helped shape Dallas’ distinct and ever-evolving electro sound...

An hour of cinematic, experimental techno and jolting electronics from Warp veterans, Plaid

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 month Ben Murphy meets legendary UK duo and Warp affiliates, Plaid, who deliver an hour of cinematic, experimental techno and jolting electronics to celebrate the release of their epic tenth album, Polymer...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit...

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 London-based DJ/producer Basic Rhythm — whose third LP 'On The Threshold' landed on Planet Mu in May — to talk about the pitfalls of nostalgia, the commodification of club music and addressing the under-representation of working class artists...

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