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The model has been dubbed the Levi

A thunderous electro mix from Private Person's founder Hespermen

Moscow's Private Persons was named one of DJ Mag’s labels-to-watch in 2019 after releasing some of the hottest electro tracks on the circuit: ‘Svoboda’ and ‘Drum Rack’. In this month's The Sound Of, founder Hespermen records a thunderous mix of releases from the label's catalogue, and speaks to Nikita Velichko about how his vision came together

 

“I wanted to create a machine that makes it easy and cheap to create your own bespoke record without pressing a whole batch”

Denon DJ's new announcement is an update to their award-winning SC5000

Space is indeed the place

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Every chart topper from 1952 to 1992...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From high-octane footwork, frenetic techno and fiery house to radiant bass here's May 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

The gatekeeping around DJ tech has to end...

The gatekeeping around DJ tech has to end...

An in-depth interview and a killer 60 minute mix from a legendary UK DJ, producer and label boss...

With a new EP driven by the rave and jungle sounds that first inspired her, and her Batty Bass club-night revived, Hannah Holland is having a moment. DJ Mag got in touch with the Margate-based DJ, producer, band member and label boss to talk about everything from the wild Trailer Trash days to her current residency at Adonis in London and her band Black Gold Buffalo. She's also served up a killer 60 minute mix as part of our Podcast series...

From rollicking tech-house, fierce techno and melodic grooves to leftfield experimentalism and jazz, here's January 2019's list of next-gen talent you need to know…

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From rollicking tech-house, fierce techno and melodic grooves to leftfield experimentalism and jazz, here's January 2019's extended list of next-gen talent you need to know...

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