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It might officially be part of the United States, but Hawaii's Asylum club exists in a magical world of its own...

In the star wars of techno, Seth Troxler has proven himself the master more than once.

If you only attend one live gig this month, make it this...

Sishi Rosch explores new space with a hip-hop album, 'Interplanetary Jamz,' and an exclusive new label, Close Encounters...

Dance Mania transformed Chicago house from its '80s roots to a rough, raw, x-rated version that banged harder than anyone else. Now, after 13 years absence, the label is back by popular demand alongside a new Strut compilation that reminds the world just how influential it still is...

The creepy synth sounds of horror movie soundtracks by Goblin, Fabio Frizzi and John Carpenter have proven hugely influential on modern electronic music. DJ Mag dares to delve into the darkness to find why they're such an inspiring, disturbing delight...

The importance of Belgium in the development of electronic music

Nick Douwma presents his vision with new album ‘Torus’

Hot Natured have already dented the UK charts and sold out Brixton Academy in their first appearance as a live act. Now, with their debut album 'Different Side of the Sun' brewing, they're about to take it to a whole new level...

Matt Walsh's Clouded Vision in perfect sight

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