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The use of ghost producers is seen as cheating by many in dance music, but producers have been working with studio collaborators and engineers for decades. Matt Anniss explores the taboo topic

The use of ghost producers is seen as cheating by many in dance music, but producers have been working with studio collaborators and engineers for decades. Matt Anniss explores the taboo topic

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The project was originally shelved in 1998

DJ Mag heads to Ghana to explore a rapidly expanding, festival- driven scene that, while rooted on pop and traditional sounds, is beginning to open up to club-driven electronic music...

DJ Mag heads to Ghana to explore a rapidly expanding, festival- driven scene that, while rooted on pop and traditional sounds, is beginning to open up to club-driven electronic music...

SNØW ‘Tekzan’ Premiere More Time Records
SNØW ‘Tekzan’ Premiere More Time Records

More Time Records co-founder SNØW steps up on the label with the ‘Intensity’ EP. Hear the thunderous, Baile Funk infused club hammer, ‘Tekzan’, now…

moog spectravox
moog spectravox

The Spectravox is available to Moogfest Engineer Pass holders exclusively…

London's newest party is shining a light on South Asian talent...

A new London club night No ID, aims to spotlight South Asian DJs and artists. DJ Mag visited the party's first edition at Peckham's Rye Wax to meet founder Ahad Elley AKA Ahadadream and DJs Nabihah Iqbal, Naina and Noudle in order to learn why such an event is long overdue, and what its significance could be for London's young, South Asian selectors and musicians...

 

Forget Paris — or at least that’s what France’s third biggest metropolis seems to say, albeit without the arrogance, and with stacks of infectious party spirit…

Forget Paris — or at least that’s what France’s third biggest metropolis seems to say, albeit without the arrogance, and with stacks of infectious party spirit...

DJ Mag investigates if vinyl-only is good for the dance music industry...

Vinyl is more popular than it’s been in years, and wax-only labels are seen as some of the best in dance music. But is our obsession with records all it’s cracked up to be — or is it just an exclusive club? We talk to DJs and label owners to find out more...

London club series, No ID, shines light on South Asian artists
London club series, No ID, shines light on South Asian artists

The first party has locked Nabihah Iqbal, NAINA and more...

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