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Moving with Ellen Allien & Adam Saville

Club eggheads around the world don't need to be told the significance of Sao Paulo's D-Edge club.

Elisa Do Brasil brings a French touch to drum & bass

One of the most accomplished female DJs in the game, Elisa Do Brasil made a name for herself as a key figure in the French drum & bass scene

This August, feat Timo Garcia

Next weekend sees the DJ Mag World Tour touch down in Brazil, as we take on Brazil's legendary Anzu Club.

We interview the alternative electronic star

Gold Panda has been causing pandemonium in electronica circles since releasing his glistening debut album, 'Lucky Shiner'

The latest Hot Creations hotshot

Henrique Oliveira tells DJ Mag that he was listening to electronic music for years before he decided he wanted to get involved and create his own music. He was a breakdancer before he threw himself into dance music, and as his home city of Curitiba is quite a big city, he was able to come across an electronic music scene quite easily.

Clubbing cruise Music On Board sets sail Friday

High-roller clubbing isn’t a particularly new concept, but it’s definitely one that’s gained momentum in recent times thanks to the EDM explosion Stateside, and specifically, in Las Vegas. Brazil’s Music On Board (MOB) crew, meanwhile, has been busy bringing more than a touch of class to their own country’s electronic music landscape for the past six years — even at sea!

From Brazil's Green Valley

It’s the middle of November, at the very beginning of the first ever Dream Valley festival, and it’s hot. So hot.

On Boys Noize Records

MixHell, the Brazilian electro outfit started by Iggor Cavalera — the former drummer in tribal funk-metal muthas Sepultura — and his wife Laima Leyton, are back with a new album. Signed to Boys Noize Records, 'Space' sees them explore a more organic live electro sound, aided in no small part by the expert live bass guitar-playing of former studio cohort Max Blum, who has now become a full member of the live act.

Sao Paulo's only underground superclub edges towards carnival celebrations

While Mardi Gras celebrations transform the streets of Rio De Janeiro into an explosive carnival, just round the corner, only a modest 220 miles around the gigantic South American coastline, clued up club heads in Brazil's largest city will enjoy a party atmosphere of a very different nature.

Living on D-Edge

To really understand Sao Paulo’s D-Edge you need to lose your mind there, which is exactly what we did...