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Yaeji makes the Class of 2019... 

Forbes has revealed its 30 Under 30 Music list for the year ahead, ranking young Stateside chart toppers currently making big noises. 

The list includes...

The bass artist appears alongside 600 businesses and industry figures

Illenium has made it to the coveted Forbes' 30 Under 30 list.

A set of lists published annually by the magazine giant, the American Forbes...

EDM star included in the magazine's annual list...

Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list is an annual list that pays homage to the foremost individuals in music, sport and business who are yet to...

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“Dreaming Of A White Wonderland”

Already sick of the overplayed tune “Winter Wonderland” playing overhead at every store you did your holiday shopping...

Egg London, The Waiting Room and Windmill Brixton are among the venues highlighted in Music Venue Trust’s new ‘Traffic Light’ Campaign

A campaign has been launched to save 30 venues from permanent closure in the UK.

The UK’s Music Venue Trust launched the #saveourvenues campaign back...

Three decades of Trade: celebrating 30 years of boundary breaking LGBTQ+ raving

The fierce LGBTQ+ party Trade was the UK’s first legal after-hours club event, opening at 3am and closing at 9am. It laid the groundwork for a new on-and-on party culture, while its sexual and gender diversity was a forerunner for today’s queer club scene. As it celebrates its 30th anniversary, and prepares for its 24-hour birthday party at Egg London, Joe Roberts speaks to some of its regular DJs, designers and founder Laurence Malice about Trade's boundary-breaking legacy

It’s Sunday afternoon, 16th March 2008, and the dancefloor of Turnmills is packed with dancers in varying states of undress. Watching over them, grinning maniacally...

Founded in 1991, Nervous Records was at the epicentre of New York’s house explosion. Three decades, and over 5,000 releases later, it’s still pumping out...

You can accomplish a lot in three decades, and Nervous Records, the pioneering New York label that’s marking 30 years in the dance music business...

Secret Solstice festival sweeps us across Reykjavík and into Iceland’s wilderness on a groovy trip of unimaginable extremes...

 

“HOLY GOD, IT’S FREEZING!” We aren’t sure who screams that line. Could be us. Most probably is. But regardless of whose mouth utters the...

The Brighton record shop is up sizing!

"it's very serious," says the Glasgow clubbing institution's managing director...

The future of leading Glasgow nightclub, Sub Club, is under threat, according to its managing director.

Mike Grieve said that the 410-capacity Jamaica Street clubbing...

Tickets will sell out so move it

Ultra Music Festival has revealed the complete lineup for its gargantuan 2014 installment, which takes place this March 28, 29 and 30 in Miami. 

With...

The unmissable parties that you need on your radar!

It’s back. America's most important electronic music gathering is returning to South Beach in Miami. The Winter Music Conference 2013 (and its wider nomenclature Miami Music Week) will be host to the industry's hot shots — the DJs, producers, promoters and label owners pulling the strings of this international emporium we call dance music — their arms (and minds) wide open to another onslaught of Miami madness.

DJ Mag investigates the cynical money-making practice of digital music piracy...

Music piracy used to be a bit of home-taping of the Top 40 chart off the radio, or some guys selling illegal live bootleg tapes...

Boys Noize will support at the gig...

Porter Robinson spent much of last year taking his stripped-back Clubsystem sets to a number of locations including London and New York, and he's now...

Band's use of synths and samplers works against them...

An upcoming Kraftwerk show in Buenos Aires may be cancelled due to a ban on electronic music festivals, which the city enforced following that death...