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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...

Akai pro Fire FL Studio controller
Akai pro Fire FL Studio controller

The new controller was built with FL's creators Image-Line…

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Matrixxman DJ Mag premiere Phonica The Grid.jpg

Matrixxman launches his new The Grid label with a fierce six-track EP of blazing techno.  ‘Compromised’ opens proceedings with tough, peak time energy…

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...

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Octave_One_DJ_Mag_Prem

Legendary Detroit duo Octave One revive their revered Random Noise Generation alias for a fierce new LP – ‘Refraction’ is a blistering, percussive number with an industrial twist…

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…

Tracing the journey of the d&b kid from the Midlands...

Welcoming the SC5000 media player, Engine Prime music management system, X1800 mixer and the VL12 turntable...

Fun, expressive, analog: what more do you want?

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