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The International Olympic Committee could go 'Wild Style'... 

Breakdancing could be an Olympic sport at the Paris games in 2024, if proposals by the organisers are accepted. 

The art of b-boy and b-girling...

Competitive breakdancers will be able to win medals at the 2024 Paris games

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) have added breakdancing to their medal events programme - officially declaring it a competitive Olympic sport for the 2024 Paris...

UK breakdancing championships to take place at Kentish Town Forum this month

The best breakdancers in the UK will converge on London's O2 Forum in Kentish Town later this month.


The UK B-Boy Championships will take at...

For Soundcrash at Kentish Town Forum on 10th November

There aren't many turntablists as creative as DJ Yoda. If you don't know what we mean, then check his food related set for DJ Mag...

First wave of acts announced

After successfully attracting hordes of Topshop Tarzans and leopard-leotard lasses to Port Lympne Animal Park last September, Zoo Project Festival returns for round two, this time in a Hidden Forest at Boughton House, Northamptonshire, on 30th August to 1st September.

Chicago footwork hip-hops across the pond

Footwork, Chicago's latest dance craze and juke influenced sound, is breakin' onto the London scene with a fancy footwork tour.

Promoted by Planet Mu Records...

Ben Sims on his first ever gig

“My first-ever public DJ set was the annual school end-of-year disco at Chadwell Heath High School, Essex in 1986 (I think). It was my first...

DJ W!LD's top 10 most influential tracks

Brought up on disco, funk and hip-hop in Dijon in eastern France, DJ W!ld took his name from the seminal 1983 hip-hop documentary Wild Style...

Tiffany Calver, Nova, Ransom FA and Darren McGarvey are among the key speakers locked for the event

A new grime and hip-hop conference is set to take place in Glasgow this summer.

Set to launch in July, the inaugural edition of HANG...

Chris Gavino’s rise to fame has been meteoric. Just four years ago, the Washington DC-based DJ, producer and label owner was pursuing his degree. But he...

The moniker is a shoutout to Gavino’s Filipino roots. He grew up moving between the Philippines, Indonesia, and the United States, attending international schools while...

Shit Robot tells us his 10 most influential records of all-time...

This just happens to coincide with the release of the Dublin-based DJ/producer's 'We Got A Love' album on DFA, the follow-up to his 'From the...

Drum and Bass legend talks to DJ Mag

Adam F is a drum & bass legend. A b-boy in his youth, he started off releasing on Goldie's Metalheadz label ('Metropolis') and cracked the...

The Miami street sound of Jesse Perez

“Miami is much more than WMC, growing up here was amazing,” Jesse Perez tells DJ Mag when we ask him what it was like to...

New Zealand's Ryan Quinlivan – DJ, producer, designer and all-round polymath – offers a characteristically soulful portrait of drum & bass consisting exclusively of his...

Ryan Quinlivan, as RQ, has been quietly operating in the drum & bass periphery for two decades, often more attuned to the scene's jazz and...

Theo Parrish enters the live realm with a full band as part of the Barbican's Digital Revolution festival. But does the traditional band set-up suit...

London's Barbican Complex never fails to make a big impression. A combined arts and cultural centre forming a nucleus within tower blocks and the lower...