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First wave of contributors revealed for Daft Punk-focused book ‘After Daft’
The biography, written by Gabriel Szatan, will be released in 2023
“Dance music is folk music”: Why James Holden is still inspired by rave culture
James Holden's new album imagines a parallel rave reality. He speaks to Charlie Bird about joyous music, counterculture and the natural world
Human Artistry Campaign launch coalition for ethical use of AI with "creators in mind"
Backed by music and entertainment industries the coalition is supporting “human creativity”
“My art is not a joke, it’s literally my legacy”: IAMDDB is completely independent and creatively unshackled
Ahead of her first album in three years, Mixmag speaks to the Angolan artist about her influences, the stagnation of modern-day music, and the creative possibilities of being her own boss
Warner Music CEO Robert Kyncl says streaming platforms should "increase prices"
The previous YouTube executive believes music is "the lowest form of entertainment in terms of monetisation"
How The Cost Of Living Crisis Is Impacting Radio Stations
Next up in our Cost of Living series, Gemma Ross finds out the detrimental impact of increased studio rent and changing audience habits, and why some radio stations have struggled to keep the lights on
RIP Nathan Coles: 21 of his best tracks picked by Silverlining
Following the sad passing of Wiggle's co-founder one of London's underground house and techno early innovators, Nathan's long-time friend and Two Right Wrongans partner Asad Rizvi AKA Silverlining reflects on his music, legacy and electric personality
For the music: Picnic Stuff has been inspiring Sydney's dancefloors for 15 years
From experiences with Moodymann to Andrew Weatherall, Carly Roberts talks us through her time in dance music and role of bringing the world's finest DJs to Australia