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The apartment is up for sale for 1.7 million USD

The Brooklyn apartment where The Notorious B.I.G. recorded his 1994 album 'Ready To Die' has gone up for sale.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom property, which can be found...

A Hat-Trick!: Three is the magic number for Juno

For the third successive year DJmag readers have voted Juno Records as their favourite place to shop for vinyl, CDs and digital downloads.

"It's fantastic...

New record store, Octopus Records, opens in Brooklyn

There's a new record store in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighbourhood.


Octopus Records, an online vinyl shop originally launched in 2019, opened its own storefront last week...

From the label of the same name, stock focuses on house, disco, avant-garde, minimalism, and punk 

A new record store, Ergot Records, has opened in Manhattan's East Village, New York, run by the label of the same name. 

The shop is...

The Hackney shop is giving away ten free records every Friday this month.

Hackney record shop Vinyl Pimp is clearing out its bargain bins by offering customers 10 free records during November.

In a post on Facebook, the...

The shop, simply known as The Store, is situated in the venue's cafe

Brooklyn hi-fi bar Public Records has opened an in-house record shop.

Known simply as The Store, the shop is based in the cafe area of...

After 32 years the shop, bar, and events space on Slater Street will not reopen due to disagreements with the landlord 

Treasured Liverpool record store 3b Records is to close at its current location, bringing its 32-year legacy on Slater Street to an end.

According to...

1,500 jobs have been saved by the deal... 

HMV has been bought by Canadian record store chain Sunrise Records, it was confirmed today.

The rescue ends over a month of uncertainty, and...

The store will break away from Cosmos Records London 

A new independent record store is set to open in London.

Placing a bigger focus on dance and reggae music, as well as 12″s and 7″...

Jonny from Toronto duo Art Department tells us what makes him tick...

Capturing the feeling of an after party that seems to morph from its fresh morning beginnings into the next night in the blink of an...

Go record shopping with Folamour at Chez Emile Records in Lyon, in the first part of our new vinyl-focused DJ Mag Originals series, Crate Diggin'

A vital part of the recent renaissance of French house and disco producers, Folamour has seen his releases — which come in the form of...

We've rounded up some of the label's tech house big hitters to talk us through their journey so far...

Stefano Miele has been a successful producer since the turn of the Millennium, starting off producing in his native Italy under his own name until...

ADE's outdoor extravaganza returns...

Amsterdam's Dockyard Festival has announced its 2016 line-up, including Art Department, Monika Kruse, Paco Osuna and Oscar Mulero to name but a few.

Dockyard remains...

Toronto-raised house duo Art Department return with their second album, 'Natural Selection', to show that they've got what it takes to evolve and survive in...

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “natural selection” as “the process by which plants and animals that can adapt to changes in their environment are able to...

The Sound Of: Kindergarten Records

New York’s Kindergarten Records has become an essential outpost for hard-to-define, easy-to-dance-to club music in just two short years. Alongside a mix from its catalogue, founder Ma Sha tells Sophie McNulty how friendship and a sense of fun are at the heart of the imprint

“When people open up our Bandcamp page, they can expect this welcoming vibe that’s like, ‘Are you ready to go on an adventure with us?’”...