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EQ50 have announced a mentorship scheme for aspiring womxn in the drum & bass scene.

Launched in 2018, EQ50, co-convened by Indra Khera (Mantra) & Natalie...

Clubbers in Brighton and Hove had their nights ruined recently, after police launched an operation involving 'voluntary' drug tests.

Clubbers in Brighton and Hove had their nights ruined recently, after police launched an operation involving 'voluntary' drug tests.

Police used Ion tracking devices that...

DJ Mag loses its mind at a hotel complex eight miles outside of Middlesborough at Goodgreef

“Here's Johnny!” growls a demented Jack Nicholson in what's considered, in this correspondent’s mind anyway, the most psychologically disturbing film ever made. Nope, we haven't...

Are clubs doing enough to combat dodgy drugs?

As The Warehouse Project unroll plans for drugs testing at Victoria Warehouse following a fatality at the club, we ask: are clubs doing enough to protect clubbers from dodgy drugs?

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Paul Oakenfold heads up Goodgreef's homecoming to get heads spinning at Tall Trees...

Few names in trance pack as much punch as Paul Oakenfold. Saying that, not many club nights carry as much clout as Goodgreef...

New album from electro anarchist IDC..

IDC is electro fiend David McCarthy, a former indie-dance DJ who has immersed himself in electro since the Millennium. He used to run and DJ...

Cops set to step up their anti-drug driving campaign by targeting clubbers.

Clubbers who get behind the wheel after a night taking drugs could soon find themselves being targeted by traffic cops.

Police in Australia have started...

Incidents in Glasgow, Dundee, Nottingham and Stirling have triggered an outcry and demand for action

Reports of people being spiked using needles in UK clubs have sparked a police investigation and calls for tighter entrance checks by door staff. 

The first incidents...

US bass head hits the road for Spring tour of States

After touring America last year and playing to stadiums of fuzzed up bass heads, the big drop dubstep ground shaker Bassnectar will be heading out once again to melt faces from April 12 – June 16

These guys make Fear and Loathing look tame...

Police have reportedly busted a massive drug dealing operation at Bonnaroo festival, which took place last weekend (9th June-12th June) at Great Stage Park in...

WIN! a VIP trip to Ibiza with Toolroom and Mark Knight!

What’s life really like as a superstar DJ? Well, considering he’s the brains behind one of the globe’s most illustrious labels, Toolroom Records, as...

“We’ve got a real education job to do here," said club founder Sacha Lord

Manchester's Warehouse Project will offer urine testing kits for attendees who suspect they have been spiked.

The news comes amid an alarming rise in cases of...

Normally taking place annually in November, the GDS has launched a COVID19 focused survey relating to the impact of Coronavirus on mental health, relationships, and...

The Global Drugs Survey (GDS) has launched a special edition relating to the impact of Coronavirus on mental health, relationships, and the consumption of alcohol...

The Home Affairs Committee is currently seeking written submissions about people's experiences

The Home Affairs Committee has launched a Parliamentary inquiry into the prevalence of spiking and the efficacy of the police response in the UK.

The Committee is currently at...