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AMF Armin Top 100 DJs
AMF Armin Top 100 DJs

With Miller Genuine Draft...

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...

the-warehouse-project-line-up-2018
the-warehouse-project-line-up-2018

“For twelve weeks, this city is ours”...

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 one of the fastest-rising stars in the scene perpetuating the unstoppable influence of EBM on techno, Job Sifre...

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?

Mall Grab, Levon Vincent and more House Distict OFF Sonar party 2018
Mall Grab, Levon Vincent and more House Distict OFF Sonar party 2018

Off Week Thursday sorted then... 

Since its launch in 1993, Positiva has been a label responsible for some of the most globally successful dance tracks. As the imprint celebrates its 25th birthday, we chart 10 of its most iconic releases...

Stefan Kozalla is many things to many people: co-owner of an acclaimed label, production enigma and true free spirit. DJ Mag caught up with him in Barcelona ahead of his ace new album ‘Knock, Knock’ to discover that nothing is bigger than the idea, and how the creative balancing act can take its toll…

EBM has been simmering on the underground in recent years, and now DJs including Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff are utilising the sound – alongside other music prefacing techno like electro – in their sets. Subsequently, the '80s movement largely swept away by acid house at the turn of the '90s is now back in full force. DJ Mag investigates the industrial dancefloor clatter...

The Black Madonna is the real deal. Raised in Kentucky but born in the DJ booth of Chicago's Smartbar, she's unleashed the true spirit of house back into the world. Fearlessly challenging the status quo both on and off the dancefloor, she’s spearheading a global revolution drawing its power from the founding principles of dance culture. In advance of playing our Miami pool party, we found out why The Black Madonna still believes...

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