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Stop that awkward dancing and start shuffling

AdriannaCass April 24, 2015 Features

Shuffling has carved out its own niche within the EDM community and further extends the concept of PLUR, getting people to bring their swag to the dance floor. It’s no surprise that we’ve seen some new moves coming out of the…

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Ex-MTV exec wanted new Spiderman to be an EDM loving, CrossFit, Snapchat bro

Gigen Mammoser April 24, 2015 News

The most recent iteration of Spiderman could have ended up very differently if Sony had followed through on some pitches by ex-MTV executive Nick Shore. In an email that was recently made public, Shore revealed that he’d like Spiderman to…

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Z-Trip spins live soundtrack for silent film at Tribeca Film Festival

Gigen Mammoser April 24, 2015 News

LA resident Z-Trip tore up the Tribeca Film Festival this past week with a warped performance that brought together his own unique style at the decks and silent film. The DJ performed lived on stage during a screening of the…

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Be afraid: Twitter enables public DMing

DJ Mag Canada Staff April 24, 2015 News

The Twitter Direct Message aka ‘DM’ is precious form of communication based on the fact that two parties must be mutually following each other to do it. In an attempt to compete with messaging service apps like Whatsapp (that was recently…

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Soul Train gets a crazy EDM makeover

oliviac Hugh Hou April 24, 2015 News

It seems everything is getting some EDM flare these days. Soul Train, an old school R&B music TV show that aired in the ’70s, is just one more culturual phenomenon getting an EDM makeover. The Youtube series Rave Train will take…

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Henry Fong fires back in the mainstream/underground debate

oliviac April 24, 2015 News

Henry Fong took to Facebook to express his opinion about the constant war between underground EDM and mainstream EDM. In the lengthy post, he explained why he thinks mainstream music is popular, and why it’s played on the main stage at…

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Review: Flux Pavilion — ‘International Anthem’ (feat. Doctor)

oliviac April 23, 2015 Reviews

For those of you that are longterm Flux fans, this is for you. Flux Pavillion is back with a new, long awaited album. He is giving his fans a little taste with the release of “International Anthem” (Feat. Doctor). The track…

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The 10 most Shazamed songs of Coachella

Gigen Mammoser April 23, 2015 News

Coachella is a great place to see bands you love, but just as awesome to stumble upon some unknown gem that you’ve never heard before. Shazam turns that magical moment into a true musical epiphany by giving your unforgettable song a name….

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DJ Mag Insider: What is the greatest dance track of all time?

Gigen Mammoser April 22, 2015

In the most recent segment of DJ Mag Insider, our affiliates in the UK asked some high-profile DJs one of the hardest questions they could think of: What is the greatest dance track of all time? Check out the full…

Watch: DJ Mag presents the three hottest clubs in Brazil from our Top 100

Gigen Mammoser April 6, 2015

Want to know what it takes to make our list of The Top 100 Clubs, then look no further than Brazil. The country is making a name for itself as a premier location for tourism with a continually growing dance…

Check out a great set from Steve Bug live from DJ Mag HQ

Gigen Mammoser March 16, 2015

The legendary minimal house producer Steve Bug just linked up with our people in the UK for an amazing two hour live mix. Bug, who’s been a dedicated and energetic character on the scene since the early nineties, continues to…

DJ Mag — Game Changers: Goldie ‘Terminator’

Gigen Mammoser March 13, 2015

DJ Mag’s series Game Changers details single tracks that forever changed the development of dance music. In this edition of  Game Changers, legendary DnB and Jungle artist Goldie talks about “Terminator,” released in 1992. The tune is not only regarded…

DJ Mag Insider: Who is the most legendary DJ in the world?

Gigen Mammoser March 9, 2015

In the most recent segment of DJ Mag Insider, our affiliates in the UK asked some high-profile DJs one of the hardest questions they could think of: Who is the most legendary DJ in the world? Check out the full…

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Review: Flux Pavilion — ‘International Anthem’ (feat. Doctor)

oliviac April 23, 2015

For those of you that are longterm Flux fans, this is for you. Flux Pavillion is back with a new, long awaited album. He is giving his fans a little taste with the release of “International Anthem” (Feat. Doctor). The track…

Ladies: this new product may solve your festival porta-potty woes

DJ Mag Canada Staff April 20, 2015

Ladies, we’ve all been there. You enter the porta-potty at whichever festival you’re attending only to be horrified by the state of the toilet. There’s no way you’re sitting down on the seat, so you commence your best squatting position…

Listen: 11-year-old Aussi DJ Black Summer is bringing the heat

oliviac April 16, 2015

There’s a new producer in the Australian music scene that has been catching everyone’s attention. It’s probably because he’s 11-years-old. Rhys Toms, better known by his stage name, Black Summer, has been in the game for about “five or six…

Review: Marc Houle — ‘Has To Do’ (Justin James remix)

Gigen Mammoser April 6, 2015

Ten years ago, Marc Houle released his Restore Album on Richie Hawtin’s Minus label. He’s now set to release a full remix package from his debut LP Restore — featuring names like Monkey Safari, Joris Voorn, M.A.N.D.Y., Harvard Bass and Justin James….

Review: LA Rocksteady — ‘1987 EP’

Gigen Mammoser April 3, 2015

Exploding on the scene direct from Melbourne comes LA ROCKSTEADY and his debut 1987 EP. It’s not your typical “Melbourne bounce” sound. Rather, it takes an obvious influence from acts like Justice and Daft Punk. Andy Lee steps up to…

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