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Warped, dusty drum & bass and hype 160 sonics from Cosmic Bridge boss, Om Unit...

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ Mag deputy editor Ben Hindle chats to Bristol-based Cosmic Bridge boss, Om Unit, who leads an 80-minute excursion through warped, dusty drum & bass and hype 160 sonics...

Dallas has long been a hub of razor sharp electro, but its history is lesser known than that of Chicago or Detroit. Here, Ben Murphy charts the evolution of the Texan city’s key artists, labels and venues, which have helped shape Dallas’ distinct and ever-evolving electro sound...

Dallas has long been a hub of razor sharp electro, but its history is lesser known than that of Chicago or Detroit. Here, Ben Murphy charts the evolution of the Texan city’s key artists, labels and venues, which have helped shape Dallas’ distinct and ever-evolving electro sound...

A blistering mix of impeccable cuts from the London d&b label's catalogue...

Our newly relaunched monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the labels we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we catch up with d&b imprint Astrophonica's co-founder Charlie Fieber AKA Fracture to discuss the label's past, present and future alongside a blistering mix of cuts from its impeccable catalogue...

Get acquainted with South African deep house breakthrough, Floyd Lavine

From: Johannesburg, South Africa
For Fans Of: Black Coffee, Andhim, Re.You
Three Tunes: ‘Masala’, ‘Sondela’, 'Humanity' 

DJ Mag heads to Ghana to explore a rapidly expanding, festival- driven scene that, while rooted on pop and traditional sounds, is beginning to open up to club-driven electronic music

DJ Mag heads to Ghana to explore a rapidly expanding, festival- driven scene that, while rooted on pop and traditional sounds, is beginning to open up to club-driven electronic music

This evergreen breakbeat hardcore missive influenced cats such as The Prodigy and the whole of the early UK rave scene. Ben Murphy charts its story...

This evergreen breakbeat hardcore missive influenced the likes of The Prodigy and the whole of the early UK rave scene. Ben Murphy charts its story...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From forward-thinking and experimental techno to bracing house and bass, here's June 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

Tomorrowland Radio locks Nervo as first weekly hosts
Tomorrowland Radio locks Nervo as first weekly hosts

The Australian sisters will be on air every Tuesday... 

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with London-based DJ/producer Basic Rhythm — whose third LP 'On The Threshold' landed on Planet Mu in May — to talk about the pitfalls of nostalgia, the commodification of club music and addressing the under-representation of working class artists...

DJ Mag's Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. DJ Mag’s Ben Cardew revisits Björk’s ‘Debut’ album which encompasses elements of rave, jazz, pop and so much more — to explore how it laid the groundwork for her weird and wonderful career, and showed the world the endless possibilities of cross-pollination...

 

Ben Cardew revisits Björk’s ‘Debut’ album which encompasses elements of rave, jazz, pop and so much more to explore how it laid the groundwork for her weird and wonderful career, and showed the world the endless possibilities of cross-pollination...

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