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Mixmag, launched in 1982, is a British monthly electronic dance and clubbing magazine which covers dance events, and reviews music and club nights.

Drug Culture As Pop Culture

Overview by David Toop, Mixmag, June 1992

WHEN PHUTURE'S 'Acid Tracks' hit the decks in 1987, the title of this minimalist techno-homage to the Roland TR-303 blinded most of us to the ...

Carleen Anderson, Brand New Heavies, DaYeene, M People, Joey Negro, Young Disciples: Girls on Song

Report and Interview by Lucy O'Brien, Mixmag, June 1992

"IT'S JUST tinkly pianos and wailing slags," was how 808 State once summed up the contribution of female vocalists to house music. If it wasn't ...

Kylie Minogue: My Top Tunes

Interview by Bill Brewster, Mixmag, September 1992

'Flowers' — Titiyo"I think she's Swedish [she is], but I really know nothing about this, so I don't know what to tell you. I was ...

A Guy Called Gerald: Return of the Gerald

Interview by Bethan Cole, Mixmag, February 1995

With 'Voodoo Ray' A Guy Called Gerald defined British acid house. With '28-Gun Bad Boy' he lit the fuse that became jungle. With his new ...

Josh Wink: the Acid Athlete

Interview by Frank Broughton, Mixmag, April 1995

You may have heard that deep trance track with the manic laughing. That's Josh Wink, the coolest, wildest, funkiest trance doctor in America. When Josh ...

Blake Baxter, Joey Beltram, System 01: Techno in Berlin: Down In The Bunker

Report and Interview by Bethan Cole, Mixmag, May 1995

Berlin: Eastern techno axis, where hardened Detroit innovation collides with glam club babes in a former department store bunker. Tresor is the club and the ...

Temazepam: Monging Out

Report by Bethan Cole, Mixmag, July 1995

Jellies used to be heavy shit, for addicts and desperados. Then serious clubland hedonists started taking them to come down. Now, in the search for ...

Trainspotters: Sad All Over

Report by Bethan Cole, Mixmag, December 1995

Trainspotting, eh? We all do it, to one extent or another. But there are people who go that little bit further. People who take it to extremes. Who let collecting, buying ...

4 Hero: The Sound of Unimaginable Dreams

Interview by Bethan Cole, Mixmag, March 1996

Dego and Mark are 4 Hero. And Jason's Optical Stairway. And Tom & Jerry. And the brains behind Reinforced Records. They gave Goldie a break ...

KRS-One: Here Comes Trouble!

Interview by Dorian Lynskey, Mixmag, October 1997

Arriving in the UK, via the QEII, after a six year break, rap legend KRS-One certainly put the cat amongst the pigeons. If appearing on ...

Grumpy Old DJs

Interview by Bill Brewster, Mixmag, 2006

IS IT STILL financially viable to employ a butler to carry one's record valise? Why can't you get wooden slipmats any more? Is 45rpm a ...

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