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One year on from our Women In Dance Music issue, we ask the question...

Almost one year ago to the day, DJ Mag published a Women In Dance Music issue. I know, because I edited it. We put New...

After a six year hiatus, TNGHT are back. DJ Mag speaks to Hudson Mohawke and Lunice about creative freedom, EDM, and barking in the studio 

No vowels, no features, no frills, no nonsense — and for six years, no music, either. Nobody could accuse TNGHT of overdoing it. Their second...

The fastest way to find the best rave in town...

New party-finding app, Dance Tonight, has officially launched on iOS and Android today.

Billed as "the most comprehensive dance music event guide in a single...

Dog Blood, FISHER and Solardo & Eli Brown all made the cut

1001Tracklists have released the annual A State Of Dance Music report.

Tallying up the moments that defined dance music in 2019, the report shares insights...

Black Science Orchestra’s Trammps-sampling, Frankie Knuckles approved 1992 cut ‘Where Were You?’ marked a key moment in UK house music, and embodied a sound that...

Black Science Orchestra founder Ashley Beedle mulls over last year’s activity and bursts into laughter: “I went to the doctor to get my COVID jab...

It's the debut documentary from Glitterbox

A new documentary on the power of dance music, Where Love Lives, is out this week.

Global party brand Glitterbox, founded by Defected boss Simon...

 LCD Soundsystem, Foals, New Order & more...

The UK's best-loved festival, Glastonbury, have announced their full line-up — and it's looking big!

Newly announced acts include Lollapalooza headliners LCD Soundsystem, Reading festival...

The past 12 months have seen the worlds of dance music and gaming intertwine like never before, with major real-life DJs hosting in-game concerts. Sian...

Dance music culture has invaded gaming, and is blurring the line between the real and virtual world. Big gaming companies are recruiting dance music DJs...

DJ Mag chats to Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila

Egypt. Heralded for its mystical history and pyramidal landmarks, it's the cultural jewel of North Africa. Hardly the epicentre of the trance universe...

Out via Smile For A While on 14th September

It's no secret that here at DJ Mag, we love Janis! We just named him one of this month's Cheeky Bubblers in our September issue...

The DJ recently announced his departure from the BBC after 15 years

Mistajam has launched the new 24-hour dance music radio station, Capital Dance.

After announcing his departure from the BBC after 15 years, DJ and...

Music sounds better in the sunshine. Just ask Louie Fresco

Starting his dance music career as part of a small electro outfit in 2006, Louie Fresco made a tune that was picked up by Justice...

It has been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and if that's the case, David Bowie has it sorted.

Following on from Bowies 60th birthday and Rapster's success with the 'Exit Music' album, which featured adventurous new covers of Radiohead's back catalogue, !K7 decided...

DJmag chats to My Favourite Robot ahead of their London debut at Supernature

Few labels truly balance coolness with ultimate credibility, fulfill a dedication to crate-digging geekery while attracting admiration from demure, slicker-than-slick hipsters. Toronto’s My Favourite Robot...

The Amsterdam Dance Event is Europe's premier dance music meeting. Here's DJmag.com's guide to this year's event.

Amsterdam Dance Event, what's that then?

It's an annual dance music event taking place between 19th and 21st October, slap bang in the centre of...