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“We’re Swedish House Mafia for life this time!”

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The suspense!!

Alan Walker is only 20, but this EDM DJ/ producer and video gamer already has millions of fans for his YouTube channel and a global following. Ahead of his set for us at Miami Music Week, we talk to the young artist about his rapid rise and how he copes with fame in his native Norway...

Catch Alan Walker at our DJ Mag's Miami pool party on 21st March! Tickets here.

The evolution of Porter Robinson has been filled with constant transformations throughout the years. The beloved producer once again abandons the sounds that made him a global star to become Virtual Self...

Paul van Dyk returns to trance stronger than ever...

A year-and-a-half after his near-death accident, Paul van Dyk returns to trance stronger than ever, with a new album, new live show, and new perspective afforded to those who have grazed the veil separating this world from the next...

We packed our bags amid the aftermath of New Year's Eve, and made a beeline for the second instalment of South East Asia's freshest electronic music offering, finding plenty of sun, bags of great beats and an infectious party spirit from the off...

There were plenty of great artist albums released in our scene this year, more than ably demonstrating how the long-player format is still crucially important to our world. From emotive techno, razor-edged electro, abstract pop through garage-laden house, it's been another vintage year for electronic music. Here’s our top 50 albums of 2017...

Based in Glasgow, Highlife have been pushing an afro-futurist sound on their label and at their parties for the past five years. With their 'world music 2.0' concept gaining ground throughout clubland, DJ Mag meets their key players...

Rather than installing him with more confidence, cleaning up end-of-year charts with disco bombshell 'Final Credits' and winning Essential Mix Of The Year in 2016 scared the living daylights out of Harry Agius,known to most as Midland. How an earth could he top the most successful period in his career so far ? On the eve of his darkly concieved 'Fabriclive 94'-an expertly layered, painstakingly selected DJ mix -we chat to the Graded boss about growing into his own skin,sounding out on socail media and over-thinking everything...

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