August 2009 cover of Mixmag
|Editor||Andrew Barsoum, London 01/01/1985 Richard Miller Huddersfield 17/12/1984|
|Circulation||20,053 (1 January 2011 – 31 December 2011)|
|First issue||1 February 1983|
|Company||Development Hell Ltd (since 2005)|
|Based in||90-92 Pentonville Road
London, England, United Kingdom
When house music began in the 1980s, editor and DJ Dave Seaman turned the magazine from a newsletter for DJs into a magazine covering all dance music and club culture. Mixmag, in association with its original publishing company, DMC Publishing, released a series of CDs under the "Mixmag Live" heading.
The magazine, which reached a circulation of up to 70,000 copies during the height of the popularity of acid house, was later sold to EMAP Ltd. in the mid-1990s. After a dip in sales in 2003, it was bought by Development Hell, the company that also owned The Word music magazine, in 2005. In 2007, Nick DeCosemo became editor.
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