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With a punk attitude, impressive live shows, and an ever-shifting psychedelic yet dancefloor-friendly sound, Red Axes have brought a breath of fresh air to the electronic music scene in recent years, all while avoiding the typical indietronica clichés...

With a punk attitude, impressive live shows, and an ever-shifting psychedelic yet dancefloor-friendly sound, Red Axes have brought a breath of fresh air to the electronic music scene in recent years, all while avoiding the typical indietronica clichés...

The ever-rising DJ and producer takes us on a tour of his beloved hometown...

As electronic music and live performance continue to intertwine, our new series explores how some of the best artists take their studios on the road and what it means for the future of clubbing…

As electronic music and live performance continue to intertwine, our new series explores how some of the best artists take their studios on the road and what it means for the future of clubbing…

Janet Kay Joey Negro Prem DJ Mag
Janet Kay Joey Negro Prem DJ Mag

As part of a new Backstreet Brit funk retrospective compiled by Joey Negro, Janet Kay’s classic ‘Eternally Grateful’ gets a rolling, exuberant dub mix…

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The electro cut is taken from ‘Lost Tracks Vol. 2’, out 25th June on Josh Cheon’s Dark Entries...

Vancouver's Minimal Violence step up with an incendiary mix of supercharged electro, techno and breaks to mark the release of their new EP on Ninja Tune's Technicolour imprint. DJ Mag caught up with the duo to talk punk, the local scene and cyborgs...

James Murphy and 2ManyDJs' travelling audiophile soundsystem hits London’s inaugural All Points East festival for a weekend of slow burning grooves...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

Northern Ireland's clubbing environment has never been more exciting. Nor have its DJs/producers and promoters ever been more a part of the international dance music dialogue. Ahead of Belfast's AVA Festival and Conference in June, we talk to some of N.I's finest including Bicep, Timmy Stewart, Hammer, Sally C, Jordan and Holly Lester to learn just what it is that makes it such a special place to party...

Robin Campillo's 120 BPM is a film that shines a light on the tireless work of AIDS activists, ACT UP, in early '90s Paris. Arnaud Rebotini's original soundtrack champions the liberation and vitality that house music brought to marginalised groups in the city in the midst of the global pandemic – In his DJ Mag podcast mix, he celebrates that very sound with classic tracks and original cuts... 

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