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2011/2012 Edition - Now out   

DJ Blackbook is a comprehensive database for DJs, producers and promoters. It contains vital contact information...

Cassettes are also apparently seeing a gradual increase in popularity...

New research conducted alongside online record shop Norman Records has uncovered that vinyl sales increased fivefold in the period from 2013 to the end of...

The artist's perspective

You can read our review of BPM 2013 in the March issue of DJ Mag (out 28th February). Here's a preview though; we love it...

Annual breakbeat poll voting kicks off.

Voting is underway this month in both the International Breakbeat Awards (Breakspoll) and the Drum & Bass Awards 2013. Voting in the former begins on 4th January and runs until the end of the month, while voting in the Drum & Bass Awards ends on 26th January — it began before Christmas.

"We hope this collection of Burial's work is familiar, yet unfamiliar to each listener," said the label

Burial has announced a new compilation.

Off the back of a second collaborative EP with The Bug, a solo EP and remixing Luke Slater's 'Love'...

Melt! Festival confirms first line up for 2013

Having released their last album seven years ago the Swedish brother/sister electro duo The Knife will be dust off their machines for a headline performance at Melt! Festival 2013.

The mother of all festivals

Mother of all festivals, Glastonbury is a fantastic place to go for dance music fiends — and indeed for fans of pretty much any style of music. The DJ Mag crew arrive on Saturday morning, having already missed a wealth of talent such as Boys Noize, Simian Mobile Disco, Julio Bashmore and Gold Panda, as well as Chic, the Arctic Monkeys and Portishead, but it doesn’t matter as there’s plenty more to be had over the next two days of frivolities.

Tomorrowland announces vinyl box set of iconic festival tracks 2015-2019

Tomorrowland has announced the release of a vinyl box set packed full of iconic festival tracks.


The 'Tomorrowland Vinyl Box Trilogy Part III', which follows...

Full line up announced

Out of all the acts announced for I Love Techno 2013 at Flanders Expo, Belgium, on Saturday 9th November, probably only Marcel Dettmann, Laurent Garnier and Len Faki can be considered strictly techno.

The parties that need to be on your radar

Pretty much everything is on offer, from the best under-the-radar labels to the biggest brands in EDM today. Whether it's the coolest, most hip sounds making waves in the industry right now or the glitz and glamour of big room arenas you're after, it's all here for you to get stuck into. So, apply some spectacles and brew up a cuppa; it's time to make some party plans...

Full schedule announced

The Warehouse Project, Manchester's colossal series of dance events at a massive Trafford Park warehouse, returns on Friday 27th September with another schedule touching all...

Get set for the 'Dam!

Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is Europe's go-to music festival and conference, and also home to the Top 100 DJs Awards Parties for the last two...

Emily Eavis revealed the news on Twitter last night...

After months of talk that Glastonbury will host an event away from its current site, Emily Eavis confirmed the news on Twitter last night.

Addressing...

Names announced for Spanish desert dance fest

The Monegros Desert Festival has remained a staple of Spain's clubbing calendar for some time now. Established in 1994, it has since gone on to...

Line up released for Belgian event

With tickets now on sale, I Love Techno reveal first names for this year's event.