Detroit's Movement Festival is Detroit's – if not techno's – most important music festival, however each year it's broadening its horizons, so we took a closer look...
Ahead of the London debut of Kehakuma this Friday, house legend Terry Farley has put together an exclusive mix for DJ Mag readers.
The last few months have made for a whirlwind ride for Ejeca, aka Belfast producer and DJ Garry McCartney. Just three months ago he was working for an IT company that was slowly firing people, and today he’s embarking on a three-gig Easter weekend marathon.
“We don’t take ourselves too seriously,” says Matt Pasteman, one half of Mak & Pasteman alongside friend Craig Mak (who also records solo as Last Magpie).
Kings of the 808 bass boom, Leeds duo Mak & Pasteman dropped us this podcast to celebrate the launch of their new white label series MAP.
Youandewan is one of those producers who seems to have been on the cusp of breaking though into the big time for years.
Need2Soul have the perfect event planned to take advantage of the sunshine (we hope!) this Bank Holiday Weekend, with an all-day party planned on Sunday May 5 featuring three verified US house legends.
“I never latch on to one particular trend when it comes to music,” says Luke Solomon. We’re talking about the New Jersey house revival currently pumping energy bubbles into the British underground house scene. And the reason we’re talking about it is because old school New Jersey house, says Luke, is something he loved and lived through the first time round.
Freshly signed to Rinse with a massive tune set to run dancefloors and radios this spring, and with huge tracks for Kerri Chandler's Madtech doing the rounds, Krystal Klear's disco-informed house is more in vogue than ever
Say Hawaii to most people, and they more likely than not immediately think of surfing, grass skirts and the type of brightly-coloured Hawaiian shirt worn by Fatboy Slim for the past 15 years. But in the last few years, quality underground dance music has found a home in this American outpost too — thanks to an after-hours club known to dance-crazy locals as Asylum.