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Harold Heath asks if dance music has plateaued or if we're just jaded...

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Is dance music suffocating under a wave of beige productions or are we just jaded? Harold Heath argues that artists need to take more risks to produce truly great art...

Black Coffee fronts DJ Mag UK's August cover...

Without bluster or overblown hype, Black Coffee has doggedly worked himself into the position of being not just South Africa’s foremost electronic music artist, but one of the biggest playas on the planet. DJ Mag meets the mild-mannered gentleman in Ibiza — the location of his high-profile weekly residency at Hï — to talk philanthropy, overcoming adversity, and working with megastars such as Drake and David Guetta...

 

 Jazzuelle delivers an hour of cinematic, explorative techno that is as absorbing as it is danceable for our Podcast series...

Johannesburg-based artist Jazzuelle is driven by intuition, experimentation and personal evolution. We speak to one of South Africa's most vital talents about his new album 'Rebirth', the country's scene and the importance of defying expectation. He also delivers an hour of cinematic, explorative techno that is as absorbing as it is danceable...

Tom Findlay and Andy Cato’s Ibiza is one of endless possibility, forgotten memories and an Interpol-raided ostrich farm. We catch up with the superstylers ahead of their Elrow show at Amnesia to find out what the White Isle means to them...

Berlin-based, Parisian DJ/producer La Fraîcheur steps up with an hour of blistering, incendiary techno with an atmospheric edge. We catch up with a musician for whom identity, art and politics are fundamentally linked...

Catching up with an artist who’s often struggled with his place in the spotlight...

The original DJ cover star, Sasha was the face of ’90s clubland success and excess. His new Refracted:LIVE show redefines his special talent, delivering a fresh take on his biggest hits and reinvigorating an artist who’s often struggled with his place in the spotlight...

With a punk attitude, impressive live shows, and an ever-shifting psychedelic yet dancefloor-friendly sound, Red Axes have brought a breath of fresh air to the electronic music scene in recent years, all while avoiding the typical indietronica clichés...

With a punk attitude, impressive live shows, and an ever-shifting psychedelic yet dancefloor-friendly sound, Red Axes have brought a breath of fresh air to the electronic music scene in recent years, all while avoiding the typical indietronica clichés...

  

Soon DJs will be able to stream millions of tracks directly to their software and hardware. DJ Mag explores the impact on DJing tech, creativity and culture...

The ever-rising DJ and producer takes us on a tour of his beloved hometown...

As Black Box re-release the original version of their 1989 mega-hit, DJ Mag talks to Daniele Davoli about the birth of Italo house, the dispute over Loleatta Holloway’s vocal and that lip-synced video...

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