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Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the ‘Windrush Generation’. With the Windrush Scandal in the news lately, and the 70th anniversary of the Windrush ship arriving in the UK occurring this June, DJ Mag talks to some of the black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene...

 

Northern Ireland's clubbing environment has never been more exciting. Nor have its DJs/producers and promoters ever been more a part of the international dance music dialogue. Ahead of Belfast's AVA Festival and Conference in June, we talk to some of N.I's finest including Bicep, Timmy Stewart, Hammer, Sally C, Jordan and Holly Lester to learn just what it is that makes it such a special place to party...

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“I guess neither one of us wants to be the first to say goodbye…”

Born in the UK in the early ‘90s, during a period of explosive creativity, the freeform breakbeats of jungle became the soundtrack to many producers’ formative years before taking a backseat to more formulaic ideas. Recently, however, a new wave of talent has been on the rise, feeding their junglist sensibilities into all corners of the dance...

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Nastia discusses club culture, home and family in a candid new interview...

DJ Koze teams up with Roisin Murphy on new track Illumination
DJ Koze teams up with Roisin Murphy on new track Illumination

The track is taken from his upcoming album ‘Knock Knock’…   

Tech-house bangers, all the way from Oz... 

Ever since the revelations in Hollywood about film producer Harvey Weinstein, and the subsequent #MeToo stories of sexual misconduct, the dance music world has been waiting for tales from our scene to come to light. And it seems that there are plenty. The following accounts are from women in our scene who have been harassed, abused or bullied by men taking liberties — without their consent. Names have been kept out of the accounts for obvious reasons. A helpline has been launched specifically for the electronic dance music industry, details are at the bottom of the page...

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