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Carl Cox funk, soul and disco party at WMC
Carl Cox funk, soul and disco party at WMC

Venue Basement also hosts Hot Creations, Pete Tong Presents and more...

As exam boards start to include DJing as part of their music GCSE, DJ Mag sent some legends of the artform back to school...

As exam boards start to include DJing as part of their music GCSE, DJ Mag sent some legends of the artform back to school, and put them through the exam to test their skills...

Rebuke premiere dj mag hot creations
Rebuke premiere dj mag hot creations

Fast-rising Irish producer Rebūke debuts on Hot Creations with ‘Along Came Polly’. Hear the much-hyped title track now…

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

The Four Thirty Two boss takes over our HQ this Friday...

Yotto Dj mag Tech awards judge
Yotto Dj mag Tech awards judge

Yotto, Riton and more join us for our live stream on Sept 25th…

Curve Pusher Hastings
Curve Pusher Hastings

The former Hackney facility is now based in Hastings…

"Getting the money for records and gigs, hanging around with weirdos, embracing my unusualness...”

Fabulous and flamboyant as ever, Róisín Murphy is in the middle of releasing a series of four 12-inch singles that she’s worked on with house producer Maurice Fulton. “I wanted to work with him for more than 15 years,” she tells DJ Mag. “Even though it’s not all banging, it’s all about club music somehow.”Róisín has also directed the video for the penultimate release, ‘Plaything’, creating an enticing clubby vibe that perfectly matches the summery party track. Performance-wise, you can catch her and a full band doing live shows at festivals across the rest of the summer and beyond, and she also adds a personal touch to the visual aspect of the shows by utilising her own footage and photographs for the back projection. “We all feel connected on the stage, and we are connected, there’s a lovely atmosphere between us,” she says, before laying down her key records for DJ Mag...

 

Independent record labels are thriving by adapting to new models and branching out into management, distribution, publishing and clothing. DJ Mag finds out more...

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