London collective Rudimental have been revealed as the mysterious producers behind Ibiza smash hit 'Healing'.
Previously released as a white label before appearing under the alias Major Tom, 'Healing' was finally exposed as a Rudimental track by Annie Mac on her BBC Radio 1 show.
The track, which features vocals by Roc Nation-affliate J Angel, is available now via Rudimental's new label, Major Tom's, and Big Beat.
Sonny Fodera has announced 'Frequently Flying', his debut album for Defected Records, will drop on November 4th.
The Australian house star has shot up through the global DJ/producer rankings in recent years, dropping a flurry of releases for his dual homes of Cajual and Defected, while earning himself gigs at the world's biggest festivals and clubs.
Not only are brothers Danny and Kieran Clancy the minds behind London's hugely respected Krankbrother parties, a string of top-notch house and techno releases and a label of the same name; they've also got a hand in the restaurant business. We sat down for brunch at their very well-respected establishment, Beagle, to hear about their 10 years throwing parties in a rapidly gentrifying city and making amends in a competitive fine dining industry...
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It’s glorious midday Sunday sunshine when your DJ Mag hack arrives at the festie. The site — which attendees have been informed about by email a little while before the event — is easy to find, thanks to the wonders of Google Maps, and we immediately run into Barry Ashworth from the Dub Pistols. A tireless supporter of independent festivals and the like, Barry’s a part of the furniture at Shindig Weekender already — so much so that they’ve named a stage after him (and he’s co-curated the stage).
When DJ Mag dial up Lauren Lane, she’s relaxing under a tree on the White Isle, shading herself from the heat of the Mediterranean sun — it’s alright for some, eh? Her tone is leisurely to say the least, perhaps not what you’d expect of a DJ entering only her third Ibiza season, but Lane is just taking it all in her stride.
Rising star Alice Clark knows her way around Ibiza. She’s lived on the island since she was 17, spending her time in the studio during the winter and playing non-stop gigs throughout the warmer months.
With The Social Festival fast approaching, we hooked up with Monkey Safari for a special warm-up podcast.
The German duo made big changes in 2016, retiring their previous labels to focus on new imprint, Hommage. Since then it's been onwards and upwards, with successes in both the studio and at some of the world's biggest festivals.
Chuckie is a man always on the move. One of the original pioneers of the Dutch house movement, Chuckie (real name Clyde Sergio Narain) has made an indelible mark on dance music, creating one of the globe’s most recognisable party brands with his imprint-cum-club-tour, Dirty Dutch.
It’s thanks to Dirty Dutch’s success that he’s always on the road, taking a whopping 400 flights last year alone. He’s got 175 shows on the cards for this year, including his usual residencies in Las Vegas, LA and beyond.
DJ Mag is very happy to announce Kate Simko will be spinning her stuff right here at HQ this afternoon (Friday 22nd July), and you can watch it all on our live stream!
Tune in from 4.30-6pm to catch the Chicago-born, London-based DJ pumping out the very best beats house has to offer.
And if you can't wait until then, relisten to our premiere of Kate's dreamy Club Mix of her 'Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra' album track 'Waiting Games' here.