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360 technology is all the rage!

Club promoters New Business are jumping on board the 360-degree technology bandwagon, with their latest flyer for their next event on 28th January — hosted...

The German icon has signed to seminal British label Mute Records...

Chris Liebing has surprise released his first solo production in nine years, titled ‘Novembergrey’. You can listen to it below.

The techno legend and CLR...

Drumz Of The South: these photos document dubstep's early years

A new photography book, Drumz Of The South: The Dubstep Years 2004-2007 captures the early years of dubstep, depicting an important cultural moment in UK musical history. Charlie Bird talks to photographer Georgina Cook about the invention and excitement of the time, the influence of South London, and how that moment is influencing a new generation

Last year, in the run up to celebrating her 40th birthday, Georgina Cook reflected on Drumz Of The South; her project documenting South London’s music...

The second Brighton Music Conference (BMC) is on the horizon...

Dance music is now a multi-million-pound industry, and like with other multi-million-pound industries it needs conferences and trade fairs in order to keep the wheels...

DJ Mag’s annual Best of North American Awards poll gives our readers the opportunity to show their love to their favorite DJs, producers, labels, clubs...

Richie Hawtin is one of the most pioneering artists in electronic music, and a true proponent of techno’s future-focused ideology. As the winner of DJ...

Compiling hyper-speed, sci-fi sounds from producers across the globe, Anna Morgan and Bell Curve’s Worst Behavior has quickly become a force to be reckoned with...

DVS1 is one of techno’s most well-respected DJs. He’s paid his dues, spent a couple of decades getting to where he is today, and it’s...

“I just did the closing in Berghain,” Zak Khutoretsky says. “Played a little over 11 hours, got a little rest, and now I’m here with...

Battling cultural stereotypes and lazy genre misnomers, a core set of Mexican artists, based around the NAAFI label and party series, are reshaping the hybrid...

Music is a language, but sometimes the intricacies of a sound can get lost in translation. One night in Berlin in 2018, Wasted Fates was...

The flamboyant electronic sound of San Francisco’s dancefloors soundtracked gay liberation in the '70s and '80s, even as its community faced decimation as a result...

Deep in the vaults of the San Francisco GLBT Historical Society and Museum Archives, a modest wooden crate glows with the importance of a sacred ...

Kode9’s Hyperdub has been a critical force in shaping a more diverse electronic scene, both sonically and socially. Having weathered the loss of Chicago footworker...

Fifteen might be the anniversary that it is currently celebrating, but the most important number in Hyperdub land is zero. Stylised as Ø but pronounced...

The votes have been counted and the winners in this year’s DJ Mag of British Awards have been announced

This year marked the 13th edition of DJ Mag's Best Of British awards, our annual celebration of UK talent. Positioned as a counter-balance to the...