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German DJ and musician Lena Willikens is proud to be an outsider, and her leftfield approach to dance music, art and noise resonates with followers the world over. DJ Mag caught up with her to learn more about her cathartic sets, experiments in sound — and her ghostly muse...

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

Recognise is DJ Mag’s new monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music scene. This month, we speak to an artist questioning the boundaries of what techno can be, Identified Patient…

With Detroit’s annual Movement Festival set to take place at the end of May, we thought it an apt time to shine a spotlight on some of the city’s lesser known — but no less exceptional — techno talents. Forget Carl Craig, Moodymann or Jeff Mills for just a moment — here's our list of 10 alternative Detroit producers you need to know about...

Alan Walker is only 20, but this EDM DJ/ producer and video gamer already has millions of fans for his YouTube channel and a global following. Ahead of his set for us at Miami Music Week, we talk to the young artist about his rapid rise and how he copes with fame in his native Norway...

Catch Alan Walker at our DJ Mag's Miami pool party on 21st March! Tickets here.

In the lead up to St. Patrick's Day, DJ Mag profiles some of Ireland's finest underground talents...

She’s the Paris-based New Yorker who’s overcome the struggle of addiction and dance music industry tokenism to forge her own path. Louisa Pillott, aka LOUISAHHH, is techno’s next superstar. We join the DJ/producer in Paris as she rocks a Bromance party, and hear all about her musical history and self-designed spiritual awakening...

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White male dominated line-ups remain a serious issue throughout the festival landscape...

Charlotte de Witte discusses the importance of ditching her "Raving George" alias in a new interview with XLR8R...

The Dim Mak founder called on male DJs to “step aside to make room for women DJs and women producers on festivals”...

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