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The Labour Party's Shadow Business Secretary is also a sometime house/garage DJ too...

Swedish DJ/producer Axel Boman's name crops up on all the best festival and club line-ups, DJ set lists and label discographies. His imaginative, freaky tunes have graced labels like Permanent Vacation, Pampa and Hypercolour, but it's his own label and musical headquarters Studio Barnhus, run alongside Kornel Kovacs and Petter Nordkvist, that he's most famed for. Fresh, unpredictable, with a sense of humour so often lacking in the dance scene, Axel's distinctive, leftfield, but dancefloor friendly sound is winning over new fans by the day...

The Prodigy have defined a movement, a generation. Their new album is out today

From savng his pennies as a teenager in Germany to becoming Berlin's star of techno and soul, Fritz Kalkbrenner opens up about his plight...

What do 2014's results tell us about the current dance music landscape?

The sharp-tongued, genre defying, Asaf Borgore isn’t a “PC” social figure. However, we find out that what’s really on Borgore’s political agenda is to spread peace and unity…

DJ Mag investigates the cynical money-making practice of digital music piracy...

A flight of fantasy for any performing DJ...

The importance of Belgium in the development of electronic music

Are clubs doing enough to combat dodgy drugs?

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