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Swirling, thunderous bass and rhythmic intensity from Different Circles co-founder Logos...

On Cue is our newly relaunched 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 Different Circles co-founder and brains behind the weightless aesthetic, Logos. DJ Mag called him to discuss ominous new long-player ‘Imperial Flood’ as he delivers a swirling and thunderous mix...

One of the UK’s finest newbreed techno superstars chooses 10 cutting-edge records that keep him inspired... 

One of the UK’s finest leading techno innovators, Daniel Avery, picks 10 cutting-edge tracks that have been keeping him inspired lately as part of our Take Ten series...

A characteristically soulful portrait of drum & bass consisting exclusively of his own catalogue as part of our Fresh Kicks mix series...

New Zealand's Ryan Quinlivan – DJ, producer, designer and all-round polymath – offers a characteristically soulful portrait of drum & bass consisting exclusively of his own catalogue as part of our Fresh Kicks mix series...

Ben Cardew revisits Richie Hawtin’s acidic masterpiece ‘Sheet One’, perhaps the most definitive example of Roland’s TB-303 synthesizer ever released in the album format...

Ben Cardew revisits Richie Hawtin’s acidic masterpiece, 1993's ‘Sheet One’, perhaps the most definitive example of Roland’s TB-303 synthesizer ever released in the album format

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...

 

DJ Mag catches up with Naive label boss, Rádio Quântica and mina party co-founder and DJ extraordinaire Violet to discuss her forthcoming LP, Lisbon's defiant underground and her unwavering determination and optimism...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with Naive label boss, Rádio Quântica and mina party co-founder and DJ extraordinaire Violet to discuss her forthcoming LP, Lisbon's defiant underground and her unwavering determination and optimism... 

Pics: Joao Viegas, Nash Does Work

Get acquainted with the Los Angeles-based breakthrough producer...

From: Los Angeles, CA

Three tunes: ‘Hourglass’, ‘Right All Night’, ‘Like XO’

For fans of: Billy Kenny, Claude Vonstroke, Green Velvet

The jazz pianist turned electronic music maestro breaks down his live philosophy...

The jazz pianist turned electronic music maestro breaks down his live philosophy...

Bristol's S.P.Y. looks back to jungle for inspiration on his latest album

Bristol-based Brazilian S.P.Y has just made the album of his career by looking back to early jungle. But as he explains, his recreation of the classic UK sound went far deeper than most...

Pics: SARAH KOURY @ KOLAB

Live Pics: JAKE DAVIS @ HUNGRY VISUALS

The German producer fills us in on how he built his iconic live show...

The German producer fills us in on how he built his iconic live show...

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