Mixmag will celebrate its 40th Birthday at E1, with techno/breaks sensations Overmono heading the bill.
The Welsh sibling duo will be toasting four decades of Mixmag, with a very special party at the East London venue on December 2.
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Overmono will be joined by TraTraTrax affiliate Bitter Babe, NTS resident Fold and rising star Tia Cousins in the Warehouse. The Black Studio promises to be a high-speed affair with junglist Pete Cannon joined by Nervous Horizon allumni Ehua and Reform Radio's Lo-Low.
Mixmag's inception was in 1983, with the earliest edition a 16-page black and white magazine mailed out by Disco Mix Club, and Shalamar the first cover feature.
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During the 80s the publication evolved into a magazine that covered everything dance music and club culture. At its height the print edition reached a circulation of 70,000 copies, however print has been paused since the COVID pandemic.
Over the years Mixmag has covered some of dance music's biggest names and most influential figures such as Bjork, James Blake, Jeff Mills and Peggy Gou. Since its first edition in 1983, Mixmag has branched into mixes, events, festivals, surveys and more.
Tickets are available for Mixmag's 40th birthday with Overmono at E1 here.
Tibor Heskett is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter.