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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 talks to Barely Legal about her early days with Just Jam, London's underground bass scene, and the world of Pretty Weird, alongside a fast-paced, whirlwind mix of techno, garage, footwork, jungle, and everything inbetween.

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 talks to Barely Legal about her early days with Just Jam, London's underground bass scene, and the world of Pretty Weird, alongside a fast-paced, whirlwind mix of techno, garage, footwork, jungle, and everything in between

An hour of kaleidoscopic, high-octane techno from Nightwave

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. Next up is Glasgow-based DJ, producer and label boss, Nightwave, who serves an hour of high-octane, kaleidoscopic techno

DJ Mag's Chandler Shortlidge speaks to three DJs — Posthuman, Spencer Parker, and Noncompliant — about the highs and lows of life on the road

From back-to-back travel and navigating unknown places, to the thrill of peak time raving and the low of the next day, touring DJs lead lives that can feel extraordinary and mundane. Away from the glamour of social media, what does a touring DJ really think of their hectic lifestyle? Below, Posthuman, Spencer Parker, and Noncompliant share their stories about life on the road

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...

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The 'LesAlpx' EP drops 12th July...

If you’re telling people to “keep politics out of music”, you’re missing the point...

If you’re telling people to “keep politics out of music”, you’re missing the point. Here, DJ Mag’s Harold Heath explains why politics are an integral part of dance music culture...

Some festivals are taking the lead by banning single-use plastic on-site — is it time that all clubs did the same?

It’s not just David Attenborough who’s talking about the eradication of plastic pollution to save our planet. Some festivals are taking the lead by banning single-use plastic on-site. Isn't it time that all clubs did the same?

Neversea Wind Turbine Alex Parker
Neversea Wind Turbine Alex Parker

The set took place in association with Neversea festival, which “aims to become the world's first music festival powered almost entirely by green energy” by 2020...

Free and easy access to drinking water at clubs is crucial for ravers' safety...

Free and easy access to drinking water at clubs is crucial for ravers' safety, but some venues remain insistent on charging prices that are prohibitively high. Below, DJ Mag's Chandler Shortlidge outlines why more needs to be done to ensure that free drinking water is made available at all clubs and festivals

“We're like a bomb made out of different materials, ready to explode at every show.”

From: Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
For Fans Of: DJ Marfox, Ibibio Sound Machine, The Mauskovic Dance Band
Three Tunes: ‘Azo Toke’, ‘Malembe’, ‘Tokoliana’

WORDS: Katie Thomas

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