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Ben Murphy explores the impact of arguably Aphex Twin's most influential work...

DJ Mag's new Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In this month's edition, to mark the release of his eagerly anticipated 'Collapse' EP, Ben Murphy explores the ongoing impact of Aphex Twin's ‘Selected Ambient Works 85-92’. A seminal record in the IDM, ambient and experimental canon, this one is a must-have in any self-respecting collector's crate...

Composer, vocalist and tape manipulator Ian William Craig delivers a spellbinding mix of melancholic, melodic and minimal atmospheres with sprawling strings and songs – one for “drinking tea and going for walks”...

Composer, vocalist and tape manipulator Ian William Craig delivers a spellbinding mix of melancholic, melodic and minimal atmospheres with sprawling strings and songs – one for “drinking tea and going for walks”. We catch up with him to discuss his new release, ‘Thresholder’, printmaking, cassettes and noise...

 Serbia's Lag steps up with an hour of "Slavic Broken Techno"

Recognise is DJ Mag’s monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music scene. This month, we speak to Lag, Novi Sad’s purveyor of incendiary broken techno.

The first dBridge album in 10 years pushes the boundaries of what drum & bass can be...

The first dBridge album in 10 years pushes the boundaries of what drum & bass can be to the limit, but as we find out when we meet him at Sun And Bass festival in Sardinia, it comes from a deep passion for the music, his family and friends…

Words:DAVE JENKINS 
Pics: KHALI ACKFORD, DOGGER

Detroit drum & bass aficionado steps up with a killer hour of ecstatic footwork, jungle and jolting, bassy rhythms...

Detroit drum & bass aficionado Sinistarr steps up with a killer hour of ecstatic footwork, jungle and jolting, bassy rhythms. We catch up with a singular talent to talk origins, making d&b in Detroit and dreams of yachts...

"It’s a way of life, raw and real. Just live your life and do your thing..."

DJ Mag charts the unlikely and little-known rise of footwork in Spain, speaking to the DJs, label owners and musical innovators who are keeping the sound alive in Barcelona, Madrid and beyond...

WORDS: Andrew Moore

"Getting the money for records and gigs, hanging around with weirdos, embracing my unusualness...”

Fabulous and flamboyant as ever, Róisín Murphy is in the middle of releasing a series of four 12-inch singles that she’s worked on with house producer Maurice Fulton. “I wanted to work with him for more than 15 years,” she tells DJ Mag. “Even though it’s not all banging, it’s all about club music somehow.”Róisín has also directed the video for the penultimate release, ‘Plaything’, creating an enticing clubby vibe that perfectly matches the summery party track. Performance-wise, you can catch her and a full band doing live shows at festivals across the rest of the summer and beyond, and she also adds a personal touch to the visual aspect of the shows by utilising her own footage and photographs for the back projection. “We all feel connected on the stage, and we are connected, there’s a lovely atmosphere between us,” she says, before laying down her key records for DJ Mag...

From their Berlin creative hub, production duo Âme — who made the evergreen house classic ‘Rej’ — talk about their record shop, distribution arm and studio complex, how they go about creating, and their long awaited new album ‘Dream House’...

Europe’s festival market continues to flourish, with long-running staples stronger than ever, and new markets exploding in regions like Portugal and new Mediterranean hideaways like Albania, as summer getaways become ever more synonymous with catching the world’s best selectors...

World's biggest drum & bass festival returns to Czech Republic this summer...

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