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Depth-charge dubstep, acid, and frenetic d&b from cross-genre innovator, J:Kenzo

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ Mag deputy editor Ben Hindle catches up with J:Kenzo about his Artikal imprint, his immense new album, 'Taygeta Code', and his shared love for dubstep and d&b, demonstrated masterfully in an 85-minute mix

The first month of the roaring 20s gets the decade off to a serious start... 

The roaring 20s are back, and mean serious business with Origins, Call Super's White Hotel takeover and Beat Horizon in Bristol... 

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Solid Blake explores the spectrum of dark electro in this month's Recognise mix

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, Glasgow-born, Copenhagen-based Solid Blake delivers a storming 60-minute mix, exploring the spectrum of dark electro

Behringer TD-3-SR 303
Behringer TD-3-SR 303

The acid revival sees the German giants clone one of the most iconic bass machines of all time

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skrillex diplo.jpg

The DJ, producer and label boss has teased a comeback for the second time

The big one is back; Aus Music at Shelter, DJ Mag ADE at Claire, De School’s Het Weekend, DJ Mag Top 100 DJs and Breakfast Club at Radion are among our top picks

Amsterdam Dance Event kicks off next week, turning the city into an electronic music playground for five days. We've scoured the programme for the best parties, festivals and more, so you don't have to

Best DJ sets from Ibiza 2019
Best DJ sets from Ibiza 2019

The sound of Ibiza, wherever you may be… 

Terminal V Royal Highland Centre DJ Mag Top UK club events October 2019
Terminal V Royal Highland Centre DJ Mag Top UK club events October 2019

NAFF presents Naïve, Terminal V and Bristol's Simple Things top this month's heady list... 

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