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The video aims to shed a light on the fight against police brutality in Detroit

Inner City and Idris Elba have collaborated with youth-led organisation, Detroit Will Breathe, for a powerful new music video, ‘We All Move Together’.

Directed by...

The track is a collaboration with Latvian DJ Eliza Legzdina

Idris Elba has released a new house track via his own 7Wallace imprint.

The track, titled 'Fudge', is said to have been produced from his...

Rodney P and Kojey Radical spoke in an interview with The Guardian 

Kojey Radical recently spoke about the death of George Floyd alongside Rodney P in The Guardian.

As part of a cross-generational interview series between black...

We stand in support of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless others that have suffered at the hands of racism, prejudice or police...

We support the fight for justice, and stand with the black community.

We stand in support of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless...

The newly formed organization signed an open letter

The Black Music Coalition have signed an open letter calling for industry reforms to end systemic racism.

The newly launched coalition, which includes black music...

The BBC Radio 1 DJ quoted Amanda Seales in an emotional broadcast on the station

BBC Radio 1 presenter Clara Amfo delivered an emotional anti-racism speech on Blackout Tuesday (2nd June), an industry-wide initiative demanding racial justice and structural change in...

Direct discrimination, battling assumptions, lower pay, and a lack of opportunity are just some of the problems laid out by the survey

A new study by Black Lives In Music has revealed that the majority of Black artists and music professionals have faced racism and discrimination in...

Karim Molyneux-Berry has outlined his experiences of racism and harassment from colleagues at the Berlin club

A former PR manager for Berlin's Salon Zur Wilden Renate has detailed his experience of racism and harassment from colleagues while working at the club. ...

Our first quarterly update following our pledge in July, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a...

DJ Mag has partnered with the Young Urban Arts Foundation (YUAF) to create a series of virtual DJ workshops and masterclasses — to inspire hard-to-reach...

The poll will end at 23:59 BST

DJ Mag's annual public vote to uncover the world's most popular DJs is almost over for another year, and we've been evolving to fit a...

Two generations of Black women speak about their experiences in dance music

After reflecting on how we can tackle the issues around racism and racial injustice within the electronic music industry as a publication, we delivered our...

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Yesterday, DJ Mag supported Blackout Tuesday...

How can we make clubbing better for disabled people? When events return in 2021, clubs need to be more accessible for disabled guests and performers...

Dance music has never appeared to be more accessible. Despite clubs being closed for over a year, new crews and initiatives are constantly popping up...

Instead of our usual end-of-year lists, we’re doing things a bit differently this time. Below, DJ Mag's editorial staff and contributors highlight their favourite musical...

Just when you thought conversations about tempo were over, along comes 2020 with the hot, new, must-have bpm: 150. Though technically there’s actually nothing new...