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Steve Roberts, guitarist for breakbeat crew Dreadzone has been found dead in his flat.

Steve Roberts, guitarist for breakbeat crew Dreadzone, has been found dead in his flat. He was in his early fifties.

His brother Greg Roberts founded...

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Lisbon-based DJ and producer Violet and UK production trio Denham Audio are teaming up for a split 12" release via New York label Friendzone.

They've...

Psychedelic ‘90s club event returns to Manchester for anniversary show

King Yoof's wicked junglistic dubwise breakbeat

King Yoof grew up in Lewisham, south-east London with his mum.

“When she was at work, a Jamaican family who lived next door looked after...

Electronic festival goes back to its roots

Glade returns in 2011 and its going back to the old school back to its roots of electronic music without boundaries.

Running from Friday 10th...

DJmag takes a look at the wonky world of Britain's most wild festival

Returning after taking a year off due to last-year's licensing battle with local authorities, this year's Glade went on as planned at the new site...

Deep Dish man will be performing his much-anticipated live show

The Glade area at Glastonbury has just announced its line-ups — and they’re huge! 

Pulling out all the stops, they’ve secured one of the biggest...

Dance for peace this weekend @ Earthdance and the Wave Form Festival!

This Saturday 15 September sees the return of the biggest synchronised dance event in history - Earthdance. Last year the global festival united people...

Kiwi electronica duo Pitch Black kick off album launch tour

Innovative Kiwi electronica act Pitch Black kick of their international tour at London's Cargo this Thursday 30 August. Straight off the back of an eight...

Crossing between electronic music and the arts, Sonar is regarded as one of the best festivals on the planet. Taking place 19th – 21st June...

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1. Sonar was created by three people - Sergio Caballero, Ricard Robles and Enric Palau. Sergio and Enric were musicians in a band called...

The mother of all festivals

Mother of all festivals, Glastonbury is a fantastic place to go for dance music fiends — and indeed for fans of pretty much any style of music. The DJ Mag crew arrive on Saturday morning, having already missed a wealth of talent such as Boys Noize, Simian Mobile Disco, Julio Bashmore and Gold Panda, as well as Chic, the Arctic Monkeys and Portishead, but it doesn’t matter as there’s plenty more to be had over the next two days of frivolities.

Watch ya bassbins i'm tellin' ya!

There has been one label that's been ruling the bass music scene for the past couple of years — Sub Slayers. Nominated for Best Label at the DJ Mag Best Of British awards recently, the label — started by bass fiend and former Kiss FM DJ Jay Cunning — has been smashing it since its inception.


The UK’s “dirty little rave” returns this weekend...

Field Maneuvers, dubbed the “dirty little rave” by its organisers, returns to a secret countryside location an hour outside of London this weekend (1st to...

India Jordan has stormed the electronic music world in the last couple of years with their energising productions and DJ mixes. Their 2020 breakthrough EP...

India Jordan is always moving. It’s the first bright day of spring, and the Doncaster-born DJ and producer is guiding us along their regular cycle...