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Slammin' techno from the Berlin-based New Yorker...

Some of the best tracks this year have, in fact, been fresh takes on old material. Not only offering a whole new way to enjoy a tune, plus that kinky little nostalgia hit from an instantly recognisable synth or vocal, remixes and edits bring the dance music scene closer together through collaboration, appreciation and breaking genre boundaries…

Each month DJ Mag’s staff members and contributors select what we feel are the biggest forthcoming releases. December brings UK techno veterans, razor-sharp electro, classic tech-step, IDM, the repress of a rare Paradise Garage classic, alien techno and much more. Crank these loud!

Since releasing on Boysnoize Records and Sheffield’s Central Processing Unit, electro fiend Jensen Interceptor is getting everyone from Sync 24 to Maceo Plex fired up. DJ Mag finds out more...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From the disco stylings of Frenchman Folamour to the heady techno sonics of Heartless, here's September's list of next-gen talent you need to know about...

Charlotte de Witte has shot into techno’s upper echelons since assuming her real name for her productions and DJ slots. Initially using the male-sounding alias Raving George to neutralise preconceptions, the Belgian DJ/producer is now unstoppable. DJ Mag joins her in her adopted city of Brussels to hear about her journey into techno, where she sees herself within the increasingly mainstream sound, and how she deals with haters...

Charlotte De Witte techno's next-gen superstar...

 

 

Charlotte de Witte has shot into techno’s upper echelons since assuming her real name for her productions and DJ slots. Initially using the male-sounding alias Raving George to neutralise preconceptions, the Belgian DJ/producer is now unstoppable. DJ Mag joins her in her adopted city of Brussels to hear about her journey into techno, where she sees herself within the increasingly mainstream sound, and how she deals with haters...

 

The original electro sound has been seeping back onto dancefloors, whether in the sets of DJs like Helena Hauff and Nina Kraviz or mix-comps by the likes of Steffi and Paul Woolford. There’s a fresh wave of new acts and labels supplying the goodness, with its deviation from the four-four inspiring many to look to the sound. But why electro, and why now? DJ Mag investigates...

The jewel in DJ Mag's editorial crown, here's why you need to pick up this month's UK issue...

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