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The Dutch duo are also planning to drop an album later this year

Doms & Deykers, the joint project of Dutch producers Steffi and Martyn, will release an EP next month.

‘Dedicated To Those Who Feel’ is the...

The DCMS has issued a report ahead of Britain's "compressed" summer season 

The UK Government is being urged to support drug testing at festivals to increase safety following a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) select committee...

Stream new track 'True' feat. Dems now...

After the success of his recording-breaking live shows at the Barbican in May, Sasha has today announced two further UK 'Refracted: Live' shows for...

Trio will play Washington DC's Soundcheck in July...

With the results for DJ Mag's Best of North America Awards (BoNA) just a few days away, we're excited to announce that Autograf will be...

CMA formally starts their official investigation into UK streaming market

The UK’s Competiton and Markets Authority (CMA) has formally begun its investigation into the UK music streaming market. A report by the DMCS Committee into...

He'll play an extended midnight set at Washington DC's Echostage

Eric Prydz will be spending New Year's Eve in the US this year having confirmed an extended midnight slot for promoters Club Glow's event at...

The findings come as a report is published into the UK's live music scene...

The UK's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) committee has published a report that says grime musicians are facing increased challenges to share their music...

Washington DC’s Ovid returns to Flood with five colourful drum workouts. Hear ‘Descent’ now

Ovid returns to Cork label Flood this month with the ‘Stone Coaster’ EP.

Following his 2020 debut on the label, ‘Dustbringer’, the Washington DC-based producer...

DC's hottest and largest new venue, Echostage has taken charge of the nation's capital...

It might be home to the White House, but in recent years Washington has lacked strong leadership in terms of its club scene. That all...

The plan has been slammed as “too late” for many

The UK Government has announced that UK festivals are set to be covered by £750 million insurance scheme.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the Live Events Reinsurance...

Live-streamed gigs may also go ahead, though without an audience

Recording studios and music video productions can continue operating during lockdown, the government has confirmed.

Following confusion amid the UK's new national coronavirus lockdown, which...

The new enquiry is called Economics of Music Streaming

MPs in the British parliament are to examine the economic impact music streaming is having on “artists, record labels and the sustainability of the wider...

With the vast majority signed to major labels 

Just 0.4 percent of artists in the UK make a living from streaming plays of their music, according to a new study. 

The research —...

Hear your music with a new-found clarity

One of the best-kept secrets in studio monitors, Focal haven't been widely available in the UK. Their latest CMS 65, at £550, and compact CMS...

Tackling extraordinary challenges and pitfalls in his life, Detroit’s Robert Hood is a passionate advocate for the transformative power of electronic music. An ordained Christian minister, we meet him in Berlin after...

In the early hours of the morning on November 10, 1938, anti-Semitic rioting raged across Nazi Germany, in a pogrom that saw more than 100 Jews killed and 267...