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Best of North America 2018

As downtown Los Angeles undergoes a cultural renaissance, Exchange LA remains one of its key nightlife institutions. The club owes much of its magic to...

Best of North America 2018

Since opening its doors in 2014, CODA nightclub has become the key to the underground for the Canadian electronic music scene. Joel Smye, alongside his...

Best of North America 2018

Dubfire, Joris Voorn, Nicole Moudaber – these are just a few big names from the hordes of DJs that graced the decks of Heart Nightclub...

Best of North America 2018

As the birthplace of house music, Chicago remains home to one of the brightest and most promising dance music scenes in North America. Chi-town’s own...

Best of North America 2018

House of Yes is anything but your typical nightclub. Located in Brooklyn’s eclectic Bushwick neighborhood, this rhinestone studded fun-house has become a haven for all...

Best of North America Awards 2017

Exchange sits in the historic core of downtown Los Angeles, in what was formerly the Los Angeles Stock Exchange building. Brokers vacated in 1986 when...

The government plans to introduce spectator capacity limits

The Music Venue Trust (MVT) has called the new UK coronavirus restrictions for grassroots venues "inconsistent and illogical" in a new statement.

Yesterday, the UK...

New research has shown that a four-week delay to the government’s roadmap would cost the live music sector over £500million

The Music Venue Trust has warned that grassroots venues will face closure if the UK's 21st June reopening date is delayed.

With rumours gathering pace...

The newly formed association is taking part in a day of action in support of the Save Our Stages Act and RESTART Act

Over 150 venues in New York have banded together to form New York Independent Venue Association.

The association is Intended as a regional sub-group to...

Decisions about the funding are set to be made in the next two weeks

The Music Venue Trust has said that “the whole grassroots music venue sector is now at critical, red alert status”, following a string of announcements from...

The mega-fest will move to a new home this year!

After much speculation, Imagine Music Festival — a 3-day camping electronic dance music festival in Atlanta, for those who don't already know — has revealed...

Elephant & Castle venue has hosted many medium-sized dance events

One of the oldest music venues in London is under threat — The Coronet in Southwark, south London. Situated on the Elephant & Castle roundabout...

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...

Julio Bashmore 'Au Seve'

Care, consideration and caution are not always words associated with the fleeting world of dance music. DJs and promoters springing up and disappearing quicker than Eats Everything can guzzle a pint of the black stuff, it's tempting for the next pretty young thing getting hyped to high heaven to go for broke; rush out a series of half-finished tracks off their hard drive and sit back and wait for that cash-money to roll in. Not Bashmore.

Groove Armada

To the uninitiated, Groove Armada's return to making underground house music might appear something of a change in direction. It is, of course, nothing of the sort. Andy Cato and Tom Findlay have found themselves, thanks to a solid decade of commercial success, stuffed clumsily into all manner of pigeon holes; from dance-pop to pop-dance to chill-out to stadium-dance to ragga-dance and any number of other sub genres you might care to mention.