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“This ain’t a track, it's a movement”: Mike Skinner and co. are back, and deliver a record-breaking night at Brixton Academy. DJ Mag’s Rob McCallum wipes down his Classics for some unfinished business with The Streets...

DJ Mag catches up with UK producer Matt Karmil to talk ambience, influence and process...

To mark the release of his new LP 'Will' on Smalltown Supersound, DJ Mag catches up with UK producer Matt Karmil to talk ambience, influence and process – He also steps up to deliver an all-vinyl mix of deep, mesmerising house and atmospheric rhythm...

Drum & bass futurists Blocks & Escher promised an album four years ago through Goldie’s Metalheadz label. Now it’s finally arrived, but what caused the hold-up? Here, the duo talk expectations, high standards and how they finally broke their creative stasis to make a masterpiece...

The "two man house band" Session Victim deliver a succinct mix of smooth, jazz infused house, atmospheric balearic groove and soulful hip hop – We catch up with one of house music's busiest duos as they launch their new imprint, expand their live band and play parties all over the globe...

Jody Wisternoff has remained at the forefront of the UK house scene for three decades throughout his many creative projects. In his DJ Mag podcast mix, he serves up one hour of soulful house with enough kick to fuel a late night out.

Parisian duo Masomenos deliver an hour of playful, intricate micro-house and minimalism to introduce you to their new album 'M7TH' and discuss their endlessly colourful audiovisual universe...

Housework x Satsumas Bristol
Housework x Satsumas Bristol

Another month sorted... 

Object Blue's debut EP on Tobago Tracks is an assertion of presence unlike any we've heard so far this year – In her Fresh Kicks mix she serves up an in intense hour of brutal textures and complex soundscapes

EBM is unstoppable...

EBM has been simmering on the underground in recent years, and now DJs including Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff are utilising the sound – alongside other music prefacing techno like electro – in their sets. Subsequently, the '80s movement largely swept away by acid house at the turn of the '90s is now back in full force. DJ Mag investigates the industrial dancefloor clatter...

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