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DJ Emily Dust speaks to key figures in the city’s scene to discuss its future

A new documentary on BBC Radio 4 explores the current state of Berlin’s underground club culture, and the work of those dedicated to its future...

Visitors will get an insight into the city’s cultural development following the fall of the Berlin wall...

A new exhibition, called Nineties Berlin, is to offer visitors the chance to revisit the city’s 1990s techno scene.

Created by the team behind Berlin’s...

DJ Mag reflects on the legendary singer's impact on dance music...

George Michael, who passed away at the tail end of last year, started off in the clubs before making it big with Wham! As a...

“Glow sticks are sold at gas stations”...

A leaked document entitled The Rave and Club Culture/Designer Drugs that was issued by the Drug Enforcement Agency in 2001 has leaked online, offering a...

The show will take place 25th April at London's fabric nightclub...

The history of club culture is to be chronicled and celebrated in a one-night-only exhibition at London nightclub fabric.

The show, cataloguing the social and...

The Warehouse Project returned for its final year at its “spiritual home” of Store Street last weekend. DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor Rob McCallum looks...

The UK club scene has changed hugely since the mid-noughties. The End is gone. As are The Cross, Turnmills, The Arches, Sankeys and countless more...

Ditch the paint and grab a can of photons for your next graffiti masterpiece.

Make sure you take a good look because in five minutes time, it will have disappeared.


The concept sounds weird, but the guys at Random...

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The organisers of Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) have shared a new mini-documentary celebrating “the intrinsic value of club culture, electronic music, raving, and all the...

The exhibition will run from April to July

An exhibition based on international club culture will open in London in 2020.

Entitled Electronic, the exhibition will be on display at West London's Design...

From Paradise Garage to the Space Terrace, David Morales has played it all. His DJ sets and releases dominated dancefloors across the world for more...

You’re living in Europe now after a long stint in NYC. Why did you decide to move over?

“The quality of life is so much...

A new documentary exploring club closures in Britain’s capital...

Bigger Than Fabric, a new documentary exploring club closures in London, has been released online by Why Wot Why Films.

The film, which features Irvine...

Gonzo's

With its on-the-pulse line-ups, great sound and inclusive atmosphere, Gonzo's Two Room is making Norwich a dance music destination. Here Ben Murphy heads to the club, and chats to its team, to learn what makes it so special

It’s one in the morning and a capacity club crowd is bristling with excitement. The rammed dancefloor is a diverse mix of ethnicities, genders and...

A new book about Berlin club culture will be released in May

A new book exploring various elements of Berlin's nightlife scene is to be published this May.


'Coming To Berlin: Global Journeys Into An Electronic Music...

16 venues in London's Hackney Wick will host more than 40 artists

A new day-long festival, focused on queer club culture and electronic music, is coming to London later this year.

The inaugural Body Movements will see...

Audio-visual artists have always played a vital role in shaping the distinctive aesthetic identity of electronic music. In the evolution of analogue slide projectors to...

@smithandlyall

Adam Smith & Marcus Lyall are the London based creative duo behind The Chemical Brothers’ live shows and music videos, combining digital methods with...