Judge Jules is one of the world's biggest DJs. DJmag.com asked him to track his weekend's movements for us.
Chicago's local authorities are supporting the city's first ever house music festival: DJmag.com interviewed the festival's organisers.
Some big name breakbeat and drum & bass DJs will play at a special fund-raising event in London for Oxfam's Kenya Famine Appeal in June.
West London club Neighbourhood now has a smaller, more intimate space inside the venue called Soundbooth.
The Infadels are looking for an aspiring producer to remix their upcoming single 'Love Like Semtex'. If you win, your version will be released by the band.
US supermarket giant Wal-Mart are embroiled in a legal dispute over the acid house smiley face image, that they want to trademark.
VJ Anyone has organised a series of audiovisual club nights, so that AV enthusiasts and VJs can meet up, discuss knobs and visuals, and make new friends. Hooray!
Exit festival in Serbia is a mammoth celebration of dance and rock music. This year will feature 600 performances over the three days.
Booka Shade are this issue's coverstars. DJmag chatted to them about their upcoming album, and playing live.
The Trance Awards for 2006 have been put back, so that its organisers Godskitchen can concentrate on their big Hi:Fi Festival.