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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...

Better than an office Christmas party...

Once focused on the techno of Detroit, Joris Voorn’s latter-day productions have conquered his native Holland, Ibiza and the world. While some have accused him of forgetting his roots, his latest Spectrum project — a triple treat of radio show, party and photography — joins the dots between present and past, and shines a light on the breadth of his tastes...

From Ibiza to Berlin to Oslo, Germany’s Anja Schneider is embracing her newfound freedom with a brand new label and her first solo album in nearly a decade – a deeply personal declaration of who she really is, and where she wants to go... 

Apollonia are the gods of groovy, stripped-back underground house music. The French trio — consisting of Dan Ghenacia, Shonky and Dyed Soundorom — have been slowly but surely bringing the sound of the after-party to the biggest rooms and stages on the planet. DJ Mag joins the Apollonia brotherhood for an extended stay in Ibiza to talk boats in Paris, the evolution of the underground, DC-10 family, the golden age of electronic music, long-lasting friendship, living for the weekends, and much, much 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...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

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...

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