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Above & Beyond are one of the biggest acts in electronic music. Here, we chronicle 10 moments that have defined the trance titans...

When it comes to San Proper, eccentric doesn’t quite cover it. Rush Hour’s most madcap selector, he’s known for raw, genre-defying productions, unpredictable sets and a whirlwind persona. But after a chase across Amsterdam, DJ Mag learns he’s really just all about the love... 

Last year was an incredible year for party boys Solardo. Playing over 200 high-profile gigs, traversing the globe like a well-oiled machine, the Manc lads rapidly shot into the upper echelons of the scene — converting everyone they came into contact with via their fun-time positive vibes, rolling tech-house bangers and loud shirts. After scooping the Best Duo gong at our Best Of British awards in December, DJ Mag's editor Carl Loben meets up with the pair to find out more...

It's a tough month, but someone's got to do it. 

One of the most recognisable producers in dance music, Deadmau5 has blazed a trail on his own terms delivering countless albums and some of the best live shows around. His forward-thinking Mau5trap label also celebrated a decade in operation last year, with more new music on the way from the man himself promised for 2018. Here, we count down Deadmau5's most memorable (and controversial) moments...

After we nominated Carl Cox in his category, there was only ever going to be one winner…

 

Once focused on the techno of Detroit, Joris Voorn’s latter-day productions have conquered his native Holland, Ibiza and the world. While some have accused him of forgetting his roots, his latest Spectrum project — a triple treat of radio show, party and photography — joins the dots between present and past, and shines a light on the breadth of his tastes...

 

He stops at Halcyon on Thursday 9th November as part of three-date run

 

 

Apollonia are the gods of groovy, stripped-back underground house music. The French trio — consisting of Dan Ghenacia, Shonky and Dyed Soundorom — have been slowly but surely bringing the sound of the after-party to the biggest rooms and stages on the planet. DJ Mag joins the Apollonia brotherhood for an extended stay in Ibiza to talk boats in Paris, the evolution of the underground, DC-10 family, the golden age of electronic music, long-lasting friendship, living for the weekends, and much, much more...

Charlotte de Witte has shot into techno’s upper echelons since assuming her real name for her productions and DJ slots. Initially using the male-sounding alias Raving George to neutralise preconceptions, the Belgian DJ/producer is now unstoppable. DJ Mag joins her in her adopted city of Brussels to hear about her journey into techno, where she sees herself within the increasingly mainstream sound, and how she deals with haters...

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