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DJ Mag catches up with Cómeme's Ana Helder, one of Argentina's most inventive, unparalleled producers...

Cómeme's Ana Helder steps up with a jaunty, irresistible 60 minutes of house power for our Podcast series. Jumping from jubilant percussion to gritty acid, the Argentinian producer showcases her selection prowess and talks origins, finding her label family and her "plastic" sonic expression...

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UK drill crew 67 criticise police and media for “scapegoating" their genre
UK drill crew 67 criticise police and media for “scapegoating" their genre

"Watching 'Money Heist' doesn’t make me want to rob a bank"...

Berlin-based, Parisian DJ/producer La Fraîcheur steps up with an hour of blistering, incendiary techno with an atmospheric edge. We catch up with a musician for whom identity, art and politics are fundamentally linked...

Luciano is an Ibiza icon. Witnessing the rise and fall of genres, nights, clubs and careers, his own resident sets at DC-10 and Vagabundos parties at Pacha — to name but two— soundtracked some of the island’s most memorable moments. Now he’s spearheading a new concept at Ushuaïa, where nothing is quite as it seems. We spoke to him about his recent sobriety, where the island is headed and his vision for DYSTOPIA...

 

Independent record labels are thriving by adapting to new models and branching out into management, distribution, publishing and clothing. DJ Mag finds out more...

After the recent tragic deaths of two people at Mutiny Festival in Portsmouth, the issue of drug safety testing has been thrust into the spotlight once again. DJ Mag talks to Fiona Measham, founder of The Loop harm reduction organisation, about the work that they do and why some pill manufacturers are making their ecstasy so strong...

Akala's Natives: Race And Class In The Ruins Of Empire is a fiercely honest appraisal of growing up poor and mixed race in broken Britain. This heartfelt polemic fights every excuse of racial ignorance and serves as a two-fingered salute of threatening intellect. DJ Mag catch up with the MC, writer, poet and political commentator...

With the rise of Shazam, The Identification of Music Group and "Track ID?" culture, some DJs have become increasingly protective of the music they play. But is secrecy the solution when the whole point of DJing is to share?

With the rise of Shazam, The Identification of Music Group and "Track ID?" culture, some DJs have become increasingly protective of the music they play. But is secrecy the solution when the whole point of DJing is to share?

Belfast legend and The Night Institute resident Timmy Stewart (T-Bone, Black Bones) steps up with a mix of eclectic rhythm, supercharged industrial flare and timeless organic groove. Ahead of his appearance at AVA Festival & Conference, we catch up with the Northern Irish institution to track his course in the scene's evolution from the '90s underground to its current whirlwind reputation...

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