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We spoke to Roger Sanchez ahead of his return to spinning some eternal house anthems at Groove Cruise this week...

DJ Mag meets house music legend Roger Sanchez ahead of his (multiple!) headline sets at popular Miami festival Groove Cruise this week, to talk ultimate dancefloor anthems, celebrity dinner parties and what he's got coming up in 2019...

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The Godfather of Techno will debut the legendary project in London...

The first dBridge album in 10 years pushes the boundaries of what drum & bass can be...

The first dBridge album in 10 years pushes the boundaries of what drum & bass can be to the limit, but as we find out when we meet him at Sun And Bass festival in Sardinia, it comes from a deep passion for the music, his family and friends…

Words:DAVE JENKINS 
Pics: KHALI ACKFORD, DOGGER

UK genre manipulator dishes up a rhythmic hour of jungle, garage, hip-hop and breaks

“There are no rules,’ says Brighton genre manipulator Etch as he tells DJ Mag about his debut album, 'Ups & Downs' on Sneaker Social Club. Joe Roberts catches up with the tireless producer as he dishes up a supreme mix of garage, jungle, bass, breaks and hip hop...

We delve into the potential effects of the UK’s departure from the European Union on DJs...

Brexit happens early next year, but its impact upon musicians working in the EU remains unclear. We delve into the potential effects of the UK’s departure from the European Union on DJs, and what new laws might mitigate against them...

WORDS: Harold Heath

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire serves up an hour of electrified rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire has been breaking onto the global scene thanks to her electrifying, rhythmic DJ sets and activism. Ahead of her set at No Bounds Festival this weekend, we catch up with the DJ and writer as she serves up an hour of superb rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

We examine how the protest album changed the fate of Braintree's biggest export...

DJ Mag's new Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In our latest edition, DJ Mag regular Joe Roberts discusses how The Prodigy's second album, 'Music For The Jilted Generation', refined the Braintree trio as a voice of youth protest during a turbulent time in British history...

Black Coffee fronts DJ Mag UK's August cover...

Without bluster or overblown hype, Black Coffee has doggedly worked himself into the position of being not just South Africa’s foremost electronic music artist, but one of the biggest playas on the planet. DJ Mag meets the mild-mannered gentleman in Ibiza — the location of his high-profile weekly residency at Hï — to talk philanthropy, overcoming adversity, and working with megastars such as Drake and David Guetta...

 

UK punk legend and iconic dub and reggae DJ Don Letts charts his ultimate Notting Hill Carnival tracks ahead of the annual festivities this weekend

UK punk legend and iconic dub and reggae DJ Don Letts charts his ultimate Notting Hill Carnival tracks ahead of the annual festivities this weekend

Tom Findlay and Andy Cato’s Ibiza is one of endless possibility, forgotten memories and an Interpol-raided ostrich farm. We catch up with the superstylers ahead of their Elrow show at Amnesia to find out what the White Isle means to them...

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