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Raps help cheese taste better according to a new study
Raps help cheese taste better according to a new study

Cheese exposed to rap gives it "a discernibly stronger smell and stronger, fruitier taste"...

Benny L's productions regularly top the Beatport charts and have seen him become of the drum & bass scene's biggest names...

Benny L’s drum & bass productions have become some of the most coveted in dance music, topping the Beatport charts and released by institutions like Metalheadz and Hospital. Ahead of another big summer, DJ Mag chats to d&b's new favourite son...

Alzheimers and dementia alleviated by music
Alzheimers and dementia alleviated by music

Researchers at the University of Utah are considering developing music-based treatments for dementia-suffering patients...

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It's an "industrial catacomb... making it ideal for techno"...

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A Time Out poll has ranked the Big Apple as the globe's most sought-after spot...

Essential information for DJs and music fans...

Simon Baker was a successful DJ/producer who had releases on labels such as Kompakt, Cocoon and Last Night On Earth. But then he developed tinnitus, and his life changed. However, rather than wallowing in misery, he started to find out all about how to treat the condition before re-training as a craniosacral therapist in order to help others experiencing tinnitus. Here’s his story...

Words: Simon Baker

Oakland-based producer, DJ and live artist Russell E.L. Butler delivers 60 minutes of exhilarating techno and radiant rhythms as part of our podcast series...

Oakland-based producer and DJ Russell E.L. Butler delivers 60 minutes of exhilarating techno and radiant rhythms as part of our podcast series. We catch up with an experimental and visionary artist to discuss community, the power of noise and being a force for positive change...

 Investigating the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds…

Artificial intelligence, the doom mongers say, will make many human jobs obsolete, and some believe it will destroy the music industry too. But the flipside is a brave new world where AI and people can co-exist, collaborate, and make beautiful music together. We investigate the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds...

Making music makes you healthier and happier DJ Mag
Making music makes you healthier and happier DJ Mag

Released by Music For All, the results point to numerous mental and physical benefits to making music…

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