In this strange period of isolation, us at DJ Mag have turned to sharing mixes, albums, and hidden gems among ourselves.
We had a chat with some of our favourite DJs to find out what feel good music they're listening to, and asked for their help curating a strictly positive playlist.
From Deee-Lite, David Bowie, and Mac Miller, to ELLES, Empire of the Sun, and, Primal Scream: no genres, no rules, good vibes only.
Every week, we invite some of the world’s best DJs to our East London offices for a DJ Mag HQ live stream to our Facebook and Youtube pages.
This week we're excited to have Glasgow's Big Miz down at HQ for a 60-minute set, ahead of his slot at Dusky's XOYO residency alongside O'Flynn.
DJ Mag HQ is set to relaunch this February.
After a brief hiatius, DJ Mag HQ will return from our new offices in East London. We've redesigned HQ, kitting out the new location with a Funktion-One soundsystem, and a custom light installation.
The launch party takes place on the 7th February, where we'll welcome Moscow Records boss Archie Hamilton, and stream the set live on DJ Mag's Facebook and Youtube channels.
The following week on the 14th February, DJ Mag HQ will host Berlin-based DJ and producer Cinthie, before Culoe De Song on the 21st.
FLY Open Air has revealed more artists to play the Scottish festival in the second line-up announcement.
Jacques Greene's 'Dawn Chorus' has been remixed by various artists for an expanded album package.
Slated for release later this month, 'Dawn Chorus (Deluxe)' features a total of 23 tracks, comprising of the album's 12 original tracks, alongside 11 remixes.
Big Miz will release a new EP next month.
The Dixon Avenue Basement James affiliate, who released his full-length LP ‘Build Destroy’ via the Glasgow-based label in 2018, returns with a four-tracker for Bristol’s legendary vinyl-only imprint, Shall Not Fade.
Joining the likes of DJ Boring, Kettama and Mall Grab on the label, Big Miz’s ‘Short Stories’ will drop on October 11th and is comprised of rhythmic, club-driven bangers.
Rinse FM has announced its residency programming for its next season.
The groundbreaking London station has added over 35 new names to its rotating list of residents, including Glasgow’s Big Miz, object blue (who earlier this year contributed to DJ Mag's Fresh Kicks mix series), plus Mr. Mitch - who recently dropped his dancehall-inflected ‘Primary Progressive’ EP.
If there's one thing DJ Mag knows for certain, it's that DJ duo Dixon Avenue Basement Jams know how to pick 'em! Local Glasgow lad and production maverick Big Miz is one of the Scottish label's most successful young guns, offering up his impressive debut EP 'Midnight Man Handle' mid last year on the imprint. Since then, Big Miz has followed up with his 'Safari Park Nonsense’ EP — that dropped in January of this year, plus spun up and down the UK alongside fellow DABJ signee, Denis Sulta.