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Our first quarterly update following our pledge in July, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a...

DJ Mag has partnered with the Young Urban Arts Foundation (YUAF) to create a series of virtual DJ workshops and masterclasses — to inspire hard-to-reach...

Our quarterly update following our pledge last year, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a publication

We continue with our partnership with AZ Mag and AZ Mag grantee Xilhu Ayebaitari with the launch of her Queer Rave project. Queer Rave is...

Our second quarterly update following our pledge in July, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a...

YUAF

Continuing on from the partnership with the Young Urban Arts Foundation (YUAF), which was started in 2020, all masterclasses have now been completed.  

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Our quarterly update following our pledge last year, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a publication

Our partnered project with AZ Mag and Xīlhu Ayebaitari reached its conclusion in July, culminating in the full launch of Xīlhu’s Queer Rave events brand...

Our quarterly update following our pledge last year, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a publication

DJ Mag has started working closely with Xilhu Ayebaitari, the AZ Mag grantee. We have been offering support and mentorship in this initial period by...

DJ Mag: diversity & equality report Q1 2022

Our quarterly update following our pledge in 2020, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a publication

In Q1 of 2022 DJ Mag and Sable Radio confirmed a second collaborative workshop which will take place in Q3 of 2022, focusing on long...

“We have a huge responsibility to reflect the industry we work in...”

At the forefront of this year’s IMS Ibiza will be the issue of gender equality within electronic music as a whole.

Hosted once again by...

DJ Mag: diversity & equality report Q4 2021

Our quarterly update following our pledge in 2020, addressing how we can tackle racism and diversity issues within the electronic music industry as a publication

In Q4 2021, DJ Mag partnered with Youth Music for our annual Best of British awards. Youth Music fund youth orientated music projects across the...

The UK drum & bass scene has become overwhelmingly male and white. DJ Mag's Becca Inglis speaks to artists, promoters and label owners who are...

The push to close the “gender play gap” has accelerated this summer. At least 190 festivals have committed to booking 50/50 gender split line–ups by...

More details also surface on LA Ibiza Classics date

Pete Tong continued the needed dialogue of diversity and gender equality within electronic dance music during a recent extended interview. The conversation is a continuation...

Local Action Records, LWE and a number of other industry figures are joining the scheme

Music industry specialists, Triple Threat Management, are set to launch their Music Industry Diversity Initiative with a six-month mentoring scheme.

Earlier this week, TTM...

Unorthodox Events and Queer Rave are two club-nights that are creating new spaces for LGBTQ+ people in the drum & bass/jungle scene. Jack Ramage speaks...

The UK drum & bass and jungle scene lacks queer visibility. While issues like gender diversity and whitewashing have, in recent years, become the focus...

From 25th - 29th July, Vancouver's CURRENT: Feminist Electronic Art Symposium will present a huge range of female and non-binary talent ranging from ferocious techno...

Vancouver’s CURRENT: Feminist Electronic Art Symposium has a simple motto – “Dream of a New Future”. Fundamentally, this five day event has been curated with...

He.She.They is a globetrotting party devised by Steven Braines and Sophia Kearney, aiming to bring together ravers of all genders, sexualities and ethnicities. DJ Mag joined them...

Steven Braines and Sophia Kearney of The Weird & The Wonderful are perhaps one of the most admirable success stories in the music industry. As...

Award-winning radio presenter and proponent of the diversity-focused Radio Silence movement, Kay-Lee Golding, explores the lack of Black representation in mainstream UK radio

In 2020, you would think that radio would be diverse and full of opportunities. But unfortunately, you would be wrong. The UK radio industry really...