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As a DJ/producer of dark, harrowing sound, the head honcho of the multidisciplinary 6dimensions label, and founder of one the UK's most influential parties, LOST, Steve Bicknell's significance to the underground cannot be understated. Ahead of his Detroit debut this weekend, he steps up for his DJ Mag Podcast with a mix of enveloping, relentless techno and electro...

Emerging Hamburg-based DJ/producer steps up with an hour of deep, hypnotic techno cloaked in dark atmosphere and rolling energy…

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The pulsating electro cut lands on Sheffield’s Central Processing Unit (CPU) on 8th June...

 

Despite keeping his identity under wraps (or in this case, Post-it notes), Unglued has been turning heads with his rough 'n' ready productions. With the Hospital Records war machine behind him, and a penchant for crate-digging, he's surely unstoppable — as evidenced in this vinyl-only mix for our Fresh Kicks series...

Dutch duo SHMLSS serve up a joyous all-vinyl mix of balearic groove, Italo-disco and deep house ahead of their set in Mick’s Garage this Saturday 19th May...

Leeds via Sheffield’s 96 Back is 18, and is already one of the finest up-and-coming DJ/producers in the fields of electro and bleep – with a new EP on CPU Records and a new night in Leeds gaining momentum rapidly, we caught up with him for a quick chat a sizzling mix…

Modular electro master and Irish underground stalwart DeFeKT steps up with a formidable, energised mix – With a new EP on Sunil Sharpe's Earwiggle, a new LP with Tinfoil and a string of live dates in the calendar, we catch up with the hardware heavyweight to learn what else is going on...

Dallas has long been a hub of razor sharp electro, but its history is lesser known than that of Chicago or Detroit. Here, Ben Murphy charts the evolution of the Texan city’s key artists, labels and venues, which have helped shape Dallas’ distinct and ever-evolving electro sound...

At 1000bpm, extratone is electronic music’s fastest genre
At 1000bpm, extratone is electronic music’s fastest genre

Step aside speedcore, there’s a new sound in town…

DJ Mag catches up with UK producer Matt Karmil to talk ambience, influence and process...

To mark the release of his new LP 'Will' on Smalltown Supersound, DJ Mag catches up with UK producer Matt Karmil to talk ambience, influence and process – He also steps up to deliver an all-vinyl mix of deep, mesmerising house and atmospheric rhythm...

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