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Decks are now considered instruments...

Students in the UK will now be able to learn the art of DJing in school after UK examination boards finally declared CDJs, turntables and...

A new DJing qualification has been launched by the London college of music examiners

DJing is now a formally recognised music qualification in the UK.

Back in 2016, CDJs became a recognised instrument for the music GCSE assessment, with DJ...

As exam boards start to include DJing as part of their music GCSE, DJ Mag sent some legends of the artform back to school, and put...

Late for the school bus, boring assembly, double maths, a quick gossip or kickabout at lunch — followed by a music lesson playing banging techno...

DJing lessons are coming to the nation's classrooms for the first time.

As DJing becomes an increasingly viable job option, Pioneer have brought a special new initiative to schools to provide all the skills kids need to...

Move over Mozart, Stormzy is where exams should be... 

Calls have been made for electronic music to replace classical in UK school lessons. 

National charity Youth Music believes offering grime, hip hop and electronic...

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Several Four Tet albums have returned to streaming services, as news has also been revealed that the artist has signed a publishing deal with Universal...

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Kraftwerk’s nostalgia trick

Learn how to beat match, scratch and use effects  

A new book on how to DJ is being published this month.

FutureDJs' book 'How To DJ' is described as "the complete resource for anyone...

BBC Radio 1 man's May column for DJ Mag

CHERRIES ON TOP
“It’s that time of year when we’ve all got one eye on Ibiza, what parties are happening and which of our favourite...

The pot begins to Perc

UK techno dude Perc, aka Ali Wells, had a momentous first clubbing experience while still at school, he tells DJ Mag. “I borrowed one of...

Unstoppable UK producer/DJ and label head Agrippa delivers and hour of raw power, explosive rhythm and fiery UK techno. We catch up with Par Avion's...

Since breaking through in 2015, Agrippa has been nothing if not prolific. With a percussive, ensnaring catalog of releases under his belt already, as well...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up...

Anz tracks are like rogue fireworks: fusions of UK funky, electro and ghettotech, with flourishes of R&B, grime, and dancehall; all underpinning a versatile take...

A fusionist known for intense bass and intricate drumplay, DJ and producer Hagan has built a name for himself by blending the sounds of UK...

We throw a few curveball questions the way of MistaJam

Leeds-based rapper ATO uses music to reflect on his life and show an alternative side to the London-centric perception of Black Britishness. Ahead of his...

It all began with Pokémon. A digital world of endless exploration, it’s a common place for kids to lose themselves entirely; a fantasy of bright...