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Wild Wild West: After the pandemic, LA's rave underground bounces back stronger than ever
A new era of the rave underground - led by femme and queer POC DJs and collectives – is popping off in Los Angeles. Star Eyes and Bianca Oblivion of the Warp Mode crew clue us in
Need for speed: Why the UK fell back in love with bassline and speed garage
Warped basslines and inched-up garage have been hurtling through UK clubland since the late ‘90s and rippling through the noughties. Decades on, these sounds have come back into the charts and the underground with a burgeoning new wave. What do the originators think about it?
Mixmag is 40: An interview with our first ever cover star, Shalamar
In 2023, Mixmag is celebrating 40 years of documenting dance music and club culture. In this interview, Craig Seymour speaks to Jeffrey Daniel of Shalamar
Mystery to one: WTCHCRFT's vocal-driven techno will put you under a spell
A techno producer with a hip hop foundation, Arielle Lana LeJarde chats to Brooklyn mainstay WTCHCRFT about true crime, going to the toilet at HÖR and navigating hijacked Black spaces
Orbital: "It’s embarrassing to be called 'icons' but at least it's better than being called 'wankers'"
Straight off the back of their 10th studio album, the Hartnoll brothers talk working with Stephen Hawking, raving in the ‘90s and how they keep their live sets fresh
We have entered the era of 'Fred againia'
Megan Townsend investigates why fans across the globe have become so enraptured with Fred again.., and what the wider implications of a new "superstar producer" could be for dance music
Harder, better, faster, stronger: Has dance music got harder and faster?
Why does it seem like dance music has got so hard and fast recently? Isaac Muk investigates, exploring the impact of a new generation of "play harder" clubbers and artists, social media and economic turmoil
Tulum's party scene is characterised by waste and disrespect. Can Day Zero change that?
The bygone Mayan stronghold of Tulum has become overrun with party tourists, with consequences for the local ecology and indigenous population. Day Zero founder Damian Lazarus wants to fuse ancient traditions and future ideas to set a positive example. Tracy Kawalik travels to the Riviera Maya to investigate