iDJ International DJ Magazine Reviews
Newest Review: ... DJ. The main selling point is the sterling record review section, with a panel of DJs well respected and knowledgable in ... more
Customer iDJ International DJ Magazine Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/07/05 (Useful, 108 readings)
The only real choice if you want a magazine dedicated to electronic music itself and DJing in general. Other mags tend to cater for clubbers or general dance music buyers, and although it does have a good club listings section, the intended market for this monthly journal is the beginner/intermediate DJ. The main selling point is the sterling record review section, with a panel of DJs well respected and knowledgable in their individual genres. It does seem weighted more towards house and techno with slightly bigger sections for these, but covers trance, prog, breaks, hip hop, leftfield and others as well. Many of the artist interviews and profiles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/01, updated on 01/08/01 (Very useful, 64 readings)
iDJ, or the magazine formerly known as xfade, is a relatively new music magazine, having only been established for 20 months, well maybe it's not that new. It's aimed at clubbers who take a serious interest in the music that is played in the clubs that they frequent, mainly 'bedroom' dj's. It's a monthly magazine and costs a very reasonable £2.99. iDJ is split into two separate magazines. The first part is the main section, this contains all the regular features and makes up the bulk of the magazine. The second, smaller pullout magazine is dedicated to record reviews. Having this separate section for record reviews allows them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/00, updated on 05/11/00 (Useful, 52 readings)
This is one hell of a mag! Formerly X-Fade it has now had a revamp and has come back bigger and better than ever for less than it has ever been before! It now costs £3.99 rather than a fiver! It has a neat little pull out music guide in the center of the mag which is very useful when you go out and buy your vinyls! Although this mag is very DJ orientated it can be read by everyone. Not to many ads like some mags have these days! It really strikes along the fine line betwen the balance. Great mag! I reccomend it! ... Read the complete review
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