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Listen to Mixtress’ mix for DJ Mag’s Radio 1 Dance residency

Mixtress’ mix for DJ Mag’s Radio 1 Dance residency is available to stream on demand now. Listen to it here, or via the BBC...

Artists to watch 2022

Introducing the artists set to make waves this year: From Jersey club, Afrotech, and hardcore to UK rap, Brazilian grime, Ghanain asakaa and beyond, these are the DJs, producers and MCs pushing tomorrow’s sounds today

The hyper-kinetic pulse of Jersey club is taking over the world, and one of its most prolific young talents is New Jersey polymath, SJAYY, whose...

Presenting a selection of our Ones To Watch for 2022 with a month of guest mixes

DJ Mag has teamed up with BBC Radio 1 Dance to host a month-long residency, presenting a selection of our Ones To Watch for 2022...

"The tracks ended up a lot deeper than I intended, and I'm happy for it"

Logic1000 has released two new singles, 'Safe In My Arms' and 'YourLove'.

Both out today as a digital only release, they follow on from the...

Taken from her forthcoming EP, 'You've Got The Whole Night To Go'

Logic1000 has shared a new single, ‘Medium'. 

The track, a stepping electro number with at least one toe in garage, appears on the Berlin-based, Sydney-raised...

Introducing the labels set to make waves this year: from euphoric house and psychedelic electronics through to jungle futurists and leftfield club disruptors

Radiant Love’s name couldn’t be more appropriate. Specialising in bright, hypnotic club sounds, the label’s catalogue to date has pulled lovingly from hedonistic ‘90s scenes...

Introducing the artists set to make waves this year: from UK rap and Ghanain Asakaa through to techno, house and genre fusionists at the cutting...

“I’m into mental, groovy, tribal techno than rave and fast Parisian techno,’’ Léa Occhi explains. “But Paris is my city forever, and there are great...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From experimental R&B and sample-laden house to ferocious, fiery techno here's February...

(LIV).E

(Liv).e — pronounced “Liv” — has an otherworldly sound. The vocalist and producer hails from Dallas, Texas, and combines gospel spirituality with blurry synth-work...

We shine a light on the names destined to have it large this year...

Last year was the one of many highs and lows. From Brexit to the return of breaks, it had moments to forget and plenty to...