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It's the biggest party night of the year... 

It's time to wipe the slate clean, sort of. The champagne is on ice, the days have been booked off work. All you need to do is pick a party. 

Half Baked 10th Birthday, On Rotation, Room 237 and plenty more parties to round off your 2019

Half Baked 10th Birthday, On Rotation, Room 237 and plenty more parties to round off your 2019

Get acquanited with London-based No ID co-founder and purveyor of underground sounds from 140-170, Naina

From: London via Burnham

For fans of: Madame X, Nina Las Vegas, Sherelle

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The new venue in Dortmund will open its doors in December

We talk to the Miller Music Amplified headliner…

In November, people from across the globe arrive in Hungary’s historic and hedonistic capital, Budapest, for three days of performances from a truly global bill of artists, with New York’s Mark Ronson headlining proceedings. Ahead of this epic weekender we caught up with the DJ and super-producer to talk Miller Music Amplified, the importance of international line-ups, his approach to collaboration, and whether DJing still influences his studio output…  

 

Hyperdub 15th anniversary party
Hyperdub 15th anniversary party

Kode9 will play b2b with the unannounced special guest at the London party

Get acquainted with Hospital Records' rising star, Unglued

From: Brighton, UK

For Fans Of: Break, Alibi, Breakage

Three tunes: ‘If We Ever (Unglued Remix)’, ‘Malware’, ‘Bootstrap Bill’

Danny Tenaglia and Carl Cox feature on new Hot Creations EP
Danny Tenaglia and Carl Cox feature on new Hot Creations EP

Inspired by the time he stepped in for Richie Hawtin at Movement

Bristol beat-maker Boca 45's new album is dedicated to his love of funk and soul. DJ Mag finds out how collaboration shapes his sound

Bristol beat-maker Boca 45's new album is dedicated to his love of funk and soul. DJ Mag finds out how collaboration shapes his sound

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