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.
DJ Mag are proud to present the final edition of Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) presents House Nation, a four-part series exploring the global phenomenon of house music through the experiences and sounds of leading producers. It’s all part of seven projects LIMF has commissioned around its theme of ‘re-definition’, showcasing music and movements that have redefined popular music and culture.
Kate Simko and London Electronic Orchestra return this week with a collection of club friendly remixes of 'Waiting Games', and we've only gone and nabbed an exclusive premiere.
Originally released back in May as part of the group's self-titled LP for The Vinyl Factory, 'Waiting Games' gets the remix treatment from Simko herself — offering both a club and dub mix — and Fort Romeau.
In our Apple Music playlist series, some of our favourite DJs guide us through a selection of their ultimate afterparty tunes. This week's selector is Carlo Lio.
Check out the reasons why he selected the tracks and the full playlist below.
Diynamic boss Solomun has shared his new 'Selected Remixes 2009 - 2015' compilation album.
Collecting 24 tracks, the release features Solomun's own takes on work by house and techno stars such as Tiefschwarz, Paul Kalkbrenner, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Claude VonStroke and Stimming, along with outsiders like Lana Del Rey and Foals.
The album is out now on Diynamic and can be streamed in full below.
DJ Mag are bringing you the premiere of Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) presents House Nation, a four-part series exploring the global phenomenon of house music through the experiences and sounds of leading producers. It’s all part of seven projects LIMF has commissioned around its theme of ‘re-definition’, showcasing music and movements that have redefined popular music and culture.
Police are investigating the death of a 22-year-old man on following the end of Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, Michigan.
Named as Michael John Stephenson, the man is reported to have suffered a medical emergency the morning of Monday 27th June and died shortly afterwards.
State police are currently awaiting autopsy results from the Oceana County medical examiner's office to determine the cause of death.
No further information is available at this time.
Marcus Lambkin, aka Shit Robot, has his third ace album on DFA out this month — ‘What Follows’. It follows 2010’s ‘From The Cradle To The Rave’ and ‘We Got A Love’ a couple of years ago, but unlike those previous two pieces of work ‘What Follows’ is a lot more analogue. “I wanted it to reflect my DJing style a bit more — less pop, less disco, more machines,” says Lambkin.