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Converse CONS Project in London presents Journey Through London Sounds

Converse CONS Project London is a global community project down in Peckham’s Copeland Gallery in South London, designed to inspire the next generation of creative...

The Vinyl Factory investigates...

Istanbul has a thriving vinyl scene if you know where to look.

Luckily, The Vinyl Factory is here to help — they’ve crafted an excellent...

Exploring the rich raving history of East Anglia

The dance music history of East Anglia is rich, multi-layered and messy  — and little documented. Matt Anniss chats to some of the scene’s longstanding figureheads about the region’s airfield parties, seaside throwdowns and forgotten clubs, discovering a vital but rarely discussed stage in the UK’s rave evolution

It’s just gone midnight and the dancefloor at Mossy’s, a two-floor nightclub above the Harbour Inn in Lowestoft, is heaving with life. Andrew ‘Richie’ Riches...

DJ Sumirock

Netflix has launched a new docuseries focusing on nightlife across six Asian cities.


The six-part series, titled 'Midnight Asia: Eat Dance Dream', explores the nightlife...

The project from Ministry of Sound is co-produced by Daytimers' Yung Singh

A new documentary, co-produced by Yung Singh and Ministry of Sound's Cameron Barnfield, is set to explore the origins of Punjabi garage.

Set to be...

Get an insight into the earlier years of the White Isle's clubbing landscape

A new book exploring the earlier years of Ibiza's clubbing scene is set to be published next year by Test Pressing.

'Ibiza DJs 1976 -...

Iconic sports brand to host party with Citizenn

Legendary sports brand ellesse are set to host a one-off event this Thursday at Brick Lane's Old Truman Brewery, with music from Citizenn & License...

Vinyl Records

A new book is set to explore how Record Store Day has influenced the global vinyl resurgence.


Penned by journalist Larry Jaffee, the new book, titled ...

Season one of Aotearoa Hip Hop: The Music, The People, The History is out now

A new podcast exploring New Zealand's hip hop scene is available now.

Titled Aotearoa Hip Hop: The Music, The People, The History, the 11-part podcast — presented by...

DJ Mag explores the often overlooked Warsaw club scene, discovering everything from techno to weirdo-pop in the process...

Forget what you think you know about Warsaw because the chances are unless you live there or know someone who does, you’ve been getting the...

Episode 2 of RepresentAsian is out now

A new podcast explores South Asian representation and contributions to the UK music industry.

The podcast, RepresentAsian Podcast, is a new project from Bristolian Pakistani siblings...

Neurodiversity in dance music lead feature image

Neurodiversity refers to a wide range of neurological conditions including ADHD, autism, dyslexia and Tourette syndrome. After being diagnosed with ADHD and suspected autism earlier this year, DJ Mag writer Harold Heath began to wonder: is there a particularly high number of neurodivergent people in the scene? Here, he embarks on a personal journey to try and understand the relationship between neurodiversity and dance music, and its wider relevance within the scene

I’m Harold Heath: music writer, former small-time DJ/producer, and life-long club culture fanatic. Earlier this year I was diagnosed with ADHD and suspected autism. Why...

It will feature contributions from the late artist's friends, family and collaborators

The life and legacy of MF DOOM is to be explored in a new podcast series.

Season 2 of MC Serch's podcast, Did I Ever...

ABC Of UKG “pays homage to a scene that changed UK music”

A new book will pay homage to the history of UK garage.

ABC of UKG: An Alphabet of UK Garage (the Golden Era) is a new book...

When rave meets politics

A new documentary exploring rave and acid’s impact on ‘80s Britain is coming to BBC Four next Friday, August 2nd.  

Everybody in The Place: An...