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Preditah records a dancefloor-focused mix for the On Cue series, and tells Ria Hylton about working with Jorja Smith, the importance of music theory, and how lockdown made him up his game

 

Whether he’s making garage, bassline, tech-house or grime, DJ and producer Preditah’s sound is unmistakable. With his new tunes ‘Glucose’ and ‘Don’t Cry’ making waves, he records a dancefloor-focused mix for the On Cue series, and tells Ria Hylton about working with Jorja Smith, the importance of music theory, and how lockdown made him up his game

Leon Vynehall sculpts a mix of experimental sounds, smoky house and peak-time techno for the On Cue series

Leon Vynehall sculpts a mix of experimental sounds, smoky house and peak-time techno for the On Cue series, and speaks to Ray Philp about finding his place in the landscape of electronic music, and his most ambitious release to date, ‘Rare, Forever’

A comprehensive guide to the ins-and-outs of starting a label

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Sony accidentally drops the goods on Harris...

London's newest party is shining a light on South Asian talent...

A new London club night No ID, aims to spotlight South Asian DJs and artists. DJ Mag visited the party's first edition at Peckham's Rye Wax to meet founder Ahad Elley AKA Ahadadream and DJs Nabihah Iqbal, Naina and Noudle in order to learn why such an event is long overdue, and what its significance could be for London's young, South Asian selectors and musicians...

 

Terminal V: The Rising @ Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, April 2019
Terminal V: The Rising @ Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, April 2019

Test Pressing Festival, Terminal V, Bitch, Please!

The Warehouse Music boss cracks open his studio door and reveals his fave 909 clone…

A master of both audio and visual aesthetics, Max Cooper names the weird and wonderful tracks that inspired his musical vision...

Max Cooper is best known for emotive soundscapes that translate both on and off the dancefloor, and is defined as an artist consistently pushing the boundaries of sound and vision within his work. His third studio album, ‘One Hundred Billion Sparks’, was inspired by a month of solitude in a secluded part of Wales far from the constraints of everyday life. The outcome is twelve pensive tracks with plenty of nostalgia; all intricately woven into visual art to elaborate the story. Aside from his recent trip to the idyllic countryside, we asked Max to reveal ten of his most influential tracks of all time...

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