DJ Mag is an electronic music and club culture magazine that originated in the UK in 1991. Much more than just a magazine, the highly influential title has grown into a global multimedia brand with offices in 17 countries worldwide, a global monthly audience of 24 million and properties spanning print, digital, video and events. As an industry leader and authority in the electronic music space, DJ Mag's team are available for comment and interview on major news stories in addition to discussion panels or keynote invites for on topics relating to DJ Mag, our global properties or electronic music in general.
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Carl has been a music journo since the dawn of time. He started writing about electronic dance music in the early ‘90s, and fell in with the DJ Mag family about 20 years ago. As well as being the current editor of the flagship UK mag, Carl is also a DJ and has had a go at being an artist manager, producer, promoter, label boss, radio presenter and lecturer too.
Rob McCallum (Digital editor) — rob.
新葡萄棋牌平台8883Rob has been a journalist for just over a decade. Before starting at DJ Mag in 2016, he penned work on music and culture for Vice, Dazed, Red Bull Music Academy, NME, Crack and more. Through the week, he’s always on the lookout for feature pitches as well as hot takes on issues within the electronic music scene. By weekend, he can usually be found digging through record racks somewhere in London, studying music production and sound design, or bending someone’s ear about club music.