Some things in life just happen; the stars align or elements combine for a perfect chemical reaction. That's Pan-Pot. Meeting in their early 20s by chance in 2003 at Sound & Audio Engineering school (SAE) in Berlin, the duo immediately established a bond like no other.
We celebrate our silver anniversary in May with a very special bumper issue which we're launching at Work bar with an intimate live stream party on Thursday 28th April.
Tech pioneer James Zabiela and funky prog ledge Danny Howells will be joined by Shoom founder Danny Rampling for a sweaty 100-capacity dance off.
There will be free beer on offer for the first hour (from 7pm) and a copy of the magazine on entry, plus DJ support from the DJ Mag Allstars who'll be drop birthday beats until 1am.
Birthed in Bergen in the '90s, the quirky, elusively pinned down sound of Norwegian/Scandi/nu/cosmic disco — or whatever you call it — is a difficult to explain phenomenon explored within Paper Recordings' new crowd-funded film, Northern Lights Disco. Pioneered by the likes of Bjorn Torske, DJ Strangefruit and the late Erot and brought to international acclaim by Prins Thomas, Linstrøm and Todd Terje, we dig into Norway's icy, beardy version of disco...
“I’ve never seen an atmosphere like it, never seen such madness in a crowd. Any time I dropped a new record it felt like a riot. The ceiling was pretty low, people were hitting it and broke it in the end,” says Jeremy Underground’s take on his experiences at Shine, Belfast’s longest running club night that has spanned over two decades; a legacy that's indicative of a town that takes debauchery seriously, where the resident population holds partying close to its heart.
Over the last couple of years, alongside the luscious, hypnotic club music that he’s famous for, Sasha’s been working on a collection of tripped-out, textured ambient music. “I'd be going backwards and forwards between the two things.
Whenever we'd finish a club track, I'd want to go and write something like this,” he tells DJ Mag about the process of putting together 'Scene Delete' for Late Night Tales. “I've been writing ideas down and not really finishing them, so it was really good to focus and have a deadline, building a project.”
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Buzzin' hardcore classic 'Bus It' by Blapps Posse was a riotous, sampladelic mish-mash of hip-house and rave. DJ Mag talks to its key originators, Aston Harvey (who's now the lynchpin in The Freestylers) and cohort of the time, Jason Tunbridge, about its making and breaking...
With a career of collaborations that reads like the who’s who of the history of dance music, remixes done by and for him that have delighted crowds all over the globe, and a portfolio stronger than most of the artists in the industry, dance music legend DJ Deeon is now getting ready to launch a new stage in his career with an upcoming European tour.
This Friday, we are honoured to have him spinning in the DJ Mag office for a LIVE DJ set from 4:30-6PM (GMT).
Tune in to see the LIVE set via DJ Mag TV!