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DJ Mag meets Róisín Murphy on the brink of her new LP, 'Hairless Toys'...

Pumping out chart-topping dance anthems since he was 19, Alesso solidifies his headlining stature with debut album ‘Forever’. Now 23, the mega-producer discusses his evolving musicianship, transcending electronic music and what he really thinks about mainstream cynics…

Jungle Brothers 'I'll House You' – produced by Todd Terry (Idlers, 1988)
The JBs essentially added a rap to Todd's early house classic 'Can You Party' to create the first hip-house hit, 'I'll House You' — bringing the house and the hip-hop worlds closer together...

Detroit-raised polymath Jimmy Edgar has always stood out as an artist of out-there brilliance. But since starting Ultramajic, alongside Machinedrum and Pilar Zeta, he’s manifested a new approach to music, art and his own life that’s finally bringing him centre stage...

With a series of brilliant singles and a starring role on the new Juan MacLean album, Nancy Whang is an accidental dance music star...

We got speaking to Kate Simko, Solomun, Nick Curly, Huxley and Will Saul about how they deal with the ups, the downs, the delays, the promoters and everything else about life on the road…

With summer's subterranean smash tune ‘Jack’ signed to a major and chart success beckoning, Ben Westbeech, aka Breach, tells us how he’s heading for the top by staying true to the underground...

Signed to Digital Soundboy, stepping into Annie Mac’s shoes, and getting ready for a crazy summer of festival appearances, B.Traits explains how a Canadian country girl became the new face of English bass music...


Above & Beyond are a genuine phenomenon. Arguably the biggest electronic DJing and production collective the UK has ever produced, inspiring almost unimaginable adulation in their fans, they’ve played to nearly a million people in Brazil, sold out the Hollywood Palladium in record time and remixed Madonna.
Now, with a new album in tow, ‘Group Therapy’ — their first under the name since 2006 — these trance giants are about to blow the game apart all over again...

Whether you call their music Dirty Dutch, the Dutch Sound or just Dutch house, the main players from Holland's house scene such as Afrojack, Chuckie and Sidney Samson couldn't be hotter right now. They're starting to work with gigantic US hip-hop/r&b stars via the ubiquitous David Guetta, but where did this scene come from and what is it - apart from geography - that binds the various players together?

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