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Here's what to expect in this issue:

Kölsch – Two decades in the music industry have seen the Danish DJ create some of dance music’s biggest recent anthems. But have they prepared him to kick off 2017 as one of Ibiza’s biggest DJ stars?

ANNA – She may have been ‘born to be a DJ’, but sheer hard work and dedication has seen the Brazilian DJ rise to the top

Ibiza 2017 – A complete breakdown of all the clubs that matter on the White Isle

UK Afrobeats – Meet the young London producers shaping the UK’s newest sound that splices their West African heritage with the sound of dancehall and hip hop

Laurel Halo – Returning with a surreal and complex third album, the ‘experimental’ producer proves she deals in something far more special than ‘monochramatic macho techno bullshit’

Is Ibiza overloaded with DJs? – Our Ibiza editor argues that jam-packed, festival-style line-ups could be a threat to the real party vibe

Awakenings – The Dutch export returns to Gashouder to celebrate 20 years and 200 events of partying

Futureboogie – A look at how the Bristol imprint helped make the city a house music hub in our Label Focus

Elsewhere in the mag, we meet d’n’b DJ sensation Mollie Collins and the energetic Mexican rapper Niña Dioz. Also, the world-renowned artist Wolfgang Tillmans creates an exclusive collage, Joe Goddard gives us his guide to Barcelona and Sónar, and Toddla T explains why he owns it all to the Sheffield party Kabal. Plus, Gorillaz, Goldie and Jlin albums get reviewed, alongside all the usual tunes from house and drum 'n' bass to techno and electro, plus all the latest tech and fashion

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