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This new 96-page book, Beyond Heaven: Chicago House Party Flyers From 1983-1989, documents the rise of Chicago house...

This new 96-page book, Beyond Heaven: Chicago House Party Flyers From 1983-1989, documents the rise of Chicago house using classic posters and artwork from the pioneering parties that paved the way for the scene we know and love today...

WORDS: Kirsty Allison

DJ Mag North America got down and dirty at this year's four-day Shambhala Music Festival...

DJ Mag North American got down and dirty at this year's four-day Shambhala Music Festival, which celebrated its 21st instalment this month, in Western Canada...

77 minutes of raw power for the Brooklyn DJ...

Formidable DJ/producer/promoter Katie Rex steps up with a fierce mix of hammering electro and techno. We catch up with the Brooklyn mainstay to discuss her origins in the Philadelphia rave scene, founding the peerless BOUND event series, and her favourite artists in the scene...

Incredible artwork from the vibrant archives of raving...

DJ Mag North America was on the ground at RHA Festival 2018 for all the beachside house vibes, pummelling techno beats and sun-drenched good times…

DJ Mag North America was on the ground at RHA Festival 2018 for all the beachside house vibes, pummelling techno beats and sun-drenched good times…

The Beastie Boys are set to tell their story in a new book
The Beastie Boys are set to tell their story in a new book

Almost 600 pages full of anecdotes, rare photos, original illustrations, more…

Classic Gatecrasher 1999 flyer Clubbed Visual History of British Clubbing.jpg
Classic Gatecrasher 1999 flyer Clubbed Visual History of British Clubbing.jpg

Documenting 35 years of British clubbing... 

DJ Mag North America was on the ground at Pa’l Norte 2018 for all the tacos and techno…

 

When Dax J made worldwide headlines last year for dropping an Islamic call to prayer sample during his set in Tunisia, it looked for a minute like his career could be over. As a result of the ensuing international furore he received all manner of online death threats, and was sentenced to a year in prison by a Tunisian court. But instead of wallowing in gloom, he channelled the experience into writing music, producing some of his best ever work that has made its way onto his new album. Appropriately titled ‘Offending Public Morality’, it finds the Berghain regular in uncompromising mood. DJ Mag joins him in Berlin to get the full scoop... 

John Digweed and Bill Brewster among those already lending their support…

 

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