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The Garage, Leeds

Larry Levan's NY mecca might be gone (not forgotten), but The Garage is already the place on Leeds' lips less than 10 months in...

The techno-loving south coast outpost gets your vote...

Maybe it's because it's just that tiniest bit nearer Europe than the rest of the country, but Southampton's Junk Club has always gravitated towards a...

Audio fly the flag for underground dance music in a changing Brighton scene...

If Brighton is London by the sea, as the saying goes, then it’s Audio that’s almost single-handedly making sure this seaside city lives up to...

Best of British 2015, educated by Point Blank

OTHER NOMINEES
DANCE TUNNEL, LONDON
BLACK BOX, BIRMINGHAM
CORSICA STUDIOS, LONDON
PATTERNS, BRIGHTON

UNDERGROUND SOUNDS
It’s been another huge year for Glasgow’s underground clubbing jewell...

In Mint Condition - The inexorable rise and rise of Leeds’ coolest club

In a city where afterparties never end and Monday sickies reign supreme, the 550-capacity Mint Club holds an enviably strong reputation amongst Leeds’ incomprehensibly buoyant...

BRIGHTON ROCKS! Digital’s seaside operation goes from strength-to-strength

“The club that is now Digital Brighton used to be called The Zap,” remembers owner Dave Stone.  “It was the first place I ever went...

South Uprising: Making the 'wrong' side of the river right

While Londoners often congratulate themselves on living in one of the most diverse, open-minded and multicultural cities in the world - a fact born out...

fabric

In 2012 it seems that Fabric’s biggest competitor has been the new phenomenon of ‘TBA’. From overground electro to underground techno parties, promoters in the capital have been looking to keep their parties fresh by exploring as many unused venues as possible and simply listing them as To Be Announced right up until the last minute.

Just Jack, Bristol

Remember a time when Bristol wasn’t part of the Holy Grail with London and Berlin as a triumvirate of electronic cool? No, us neither, but that was the case around seven years ago, with the glowing embers of a once great d&b scene the only thing to really be keeping the city on the map at all.

Fabric Freshner: Ten-years-young and better than ever

Generally, clubs, much like the latest trendy mobile phone or up-to-the-second arch crack-bang-whizz computer, are characterised by an inherent obsolescence. It is, after all, the...

With Miller Genuine Draft

With a wealth of DJs and a diverse group of incredible music venues, Canada has an established and respected dance music scene that makes it...

The Digital Age - Music comes first at Newcastle’s premier venue

DJmag was present on the opening night of Digital in Newcastle in the summer of 2005. The only way promoter Dave Stone could get opening...

20 YEARS AND COUNTING: Ministry has been at the forefront of UK clubbing for 20 years, and is still at the top of its game...

When London’s Ministry Of Sound celebrated its 20th birthday last year, the set that Dennis Ferrer did — on the Saturday night of the...

With Miller Genuine Draft...

Australia’s club scene is broad and multi-faceted. Due to relative geographical isolation, the scene is pushed forward, week-by-week, by a dedicated community of DJs and...

Ireland is renowned the world over as a great place to party and their club scene does not disappoint. While there has been a spate...