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Hardwell says "Fuck The DJ Mag"

Also Justice released a new video, and a Bolton bouncer had some breathalyser banter.
 

Everything you missed form the world of dance music this weekend


Hardwell: "Fuck The DJ Mag"

Just a few days after DJ Mag crowned Martin Garrix the youngest ever winner of their Top 100 DJs Poll, the former youngest winner, Hardwell, took to the mic for an impassioned rant against the magazine. Speaking at the ADE showcase of his record label Revealed, the two-time DJ Mag winner shouted "fuck the DJ Mag" into the crowd before explaining that his label mate, Atmozfears, was a "way better producer" than him, but that he would never get to play big festival stages because he wasn't recognised in the poll. He also took umbrage at the low-ranking positions of his buddies Dannic and Dyro, saying they deserved to be higher. 

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Justice Release Video For "Alakazam"

The Justice juggernaut us full steam ahead as they gear up to release the third single from forthcoming studio album, Woman. The track is called "Alakazam" and the duo released the music video for it over the weekend. "Alakazam" is reminiscent of their † era. The video was filmed at Justice's surprise London show last month and features out editor, Matt Francey, (somewhere).


Super Hans Complies Guide To DJing


If you fancy yourself the next stadium-filling superstar DJ, you've got a few options to choose from. You could get yourself on a flight to Amsterdam and hustle your demo at ADE with the legions of black-tee-shirted haircuts of the industry, or you could enrol in the world's premiere electronic music school. But if hard work and hustle aren't your cup of tea, you could always learn from a master. Luckily Super Hans has put together a step by step guide on how to be a world class DJ, just be warned a lot of it involves freaking out to Springwatch.

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Bolton Bouncer Breathalyser Banter

The news in banter now, and a video has emerged online of bouncers at Bolton's nightclub fooling a drunk punter into taking a fake breathalyser text. The worse-for-wear customer was coaxed into blowing into the aerial of a walky talkie in order to gain entrance.


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Written by Matthew Francey

24 Oct 2016