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Whoop! Reaches 100

Whoop! Records will release its 100th tune in April 2006, a tremendous achievement for a dance music label. Whoop! has been operating for 12 years.

Carl Cox Loves Amsterdam

Dutch airliner KLM has roped in DJs Carl Cox and Sander Kleinenberg to help promote Amsterdam as a cool clubbing destination.

Encompass Launches

London's annual electronic music conference Encompass has announced its programme for 2006. The three-day event will see over 90 artists and DJs perform.

Danny's Marathon Set

Danny Howells will play an 8-hour set at London's The End club soon. He's bored of playing two-hour sets he says.

Fatboy Beach Party

Fatboy Slim will play another beach party this summer in Northern Ireland. Last time, 250,000 clubbers turned up to his beach party in Brighton.

Bloc Party At Fabric

London-based rock dance band Bloc Party will play a special fundraising event at Fabric, to help raise money for a friend's cancer treatment.

Techno DJ Makes History

A techno DJ has made history by producing an album as an integral part of a computer game. The record contains hidden messages and clues to online game Perplex City.

Ministry Launch Bar Chain

Clubbing giant Ministry Of Sound has announced plans to open a new chain of bars in towns and cities across the UK.

Sonar Festival 2006 Line-up

Europe's prestigious electronic music festival Sonar, has announced its line-up for 2006. As always, it's cutting-edge, and forward-thinking.

DJing For Africa

Derrick May will DJ alongside deep house legend Ron Trent in Chicago this Friday, to help raise money for charity.

Global Gathering 2006

Godskitchen has announced its line-up for its 2006 dance festival Global Gathering. The event takes place on 28 and 29 July near Stratford-upon-Avon.

London Calling, Calling

London's dance music conference - London Calling - needs some clever buggers to present papers at their event at Earls Court in the summer.

Depeche Mad

Electronic pop pioneers Depeche Mode have recorded a version of one of their songs in a made up language, for a new computer game.

Promoters Needed

A new website has been launched to help promoters in London find suitable venues. A useful tool for anyone thinking of starting their own night in the capital.

Gov Supports Brit Artists

The government has launched a series of initiatives designed to help British music companies break into the US market. It could help Brit dance music labels sell more music to Americans.

World Exclusive Oakey Vid

WORLD EXCLUSIVE! Watch a sneak preview from Paul Oakenfold's upcoming DVD documentary TwentyFourSeven, not available anywhere else!

Gotta Be Big: Johnny Arthur

Londoner Johnny Arthur is this month's pick for deck stardom. Here's his exclusive DJ mix and an interview.

DJmag Winner's Diary

Ex-Coventry and Manchester City footballer Peter Bodak won our competition to win a holiday for two in Jakarta and Singapore. This is his winner's diary...

Creamfields Moves

Liverpool's dance music festival Creamfields has abandoned its spiritual home, and moved to a site closer to the motorway.

Smoking Ban Reaction

DJmag.com gathers a bunch of dance music industry bigwigs, DJs, and clubbers to discuss how the smoking ban will affect clubland from summer 2007.

NYC's Club Revival?

New York's nightlife could be on the mend with the opening of new club Element. Here's a report and some pics from the opening weekend.