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Frenetic, anxious house from Dublin Digital Radio’s Breen – lifted from the station’s forthcoming charity compilation in aid of Dublin homelessness outreach service...

Having only launched in 2016, independent online radio station Dublin Digital Radio has quickly become a national cornerstone for Irish electronic, experimental and underground music...

Techno pioneer Richie Hawtin has revealed he's seeking touch-screen technology to control software program Ableton Live for DJing purposes.

Self-confessed tech head Richie Hawtin has made known that he's currently looking into touch-screen interface technology so that he can control software program Ableton Live...

Throughout the pandemic, grassroots activists and nightlife representatives have worked tirelessly to create a more sustainable, accessible and protected environment for dance music. DJ Mag...

Bristol has had an advisory night-time panel since 2018, where nightclubs meet with people from licensing, planning and musician’s unions. It’s one thing to have...

Leftroom boss Matt Tolfrey on taking his album on the road

Leftroom may be over five years old now, serving as a sturdy source of techno and stripped back house during the latter part of the...

Manc series moves back to spiritual home

Following two years at Victoria Warehouse, Manchester's The Warehouse Project is relocating back to Store Street for its 2014 season of events.

Rumours circulated towards...

Bootshaus has its stamp on the German city's club scene...

Once called Warehouse, Cologne's most famous techno club Bootshaus emerged a decade ago off the back of the Loonyland party, a bass/techno/electro rave run by...

The Qube — a basement venue at London Victoria — has arrived. DJ Mag explores...

With interest in house and techno higher than ever, the bug is spreading across the Big Smoke. Before it was mostly restricted to a small...

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...

Rebuilding the Bloc brand

The chaotic evacuation of Bloc 2012 last summer touched many. However, many remain in the dark about the factors causing the festival's premature closure. In light of Bloc's recent return to London to a specially licensed East London venue last month, we sat down with Bloc's George Hull to hear the full story and more about the new series...

What's happening to clubbing on Brighton's seafront?

Re-opened at the end of September under new management, Coliseum is the venue we once knew as Digital Brighton. A regular hang-out for clued up...

The Roots formed in the city in the late '80s

A street in Philadelphia has been named after hip-hop legends The Roots.

The group's longtime drummer, Questlove, shared a post on Instagram from Philadelphia news...

Warehouse Project hosts its last party on New Year's Day 2012

After five revolutionary years of ‘guerrilla’ style clubbing The Warehouse Project at Store Street, which changed clubbing in Manchester forever, is sadly coming to...

An old theatre turning on Southampton? DJ Mag flicks on the light...

The brainchild of four partners, Switch opened in what was once an old cinema theatre in the middle of September. Seth Troxler, Sigma, Groove Armada...

They think it's all Oval... it is now!

After making a splash in 2012, this year is shaping up to be the one where London's Oval Space really steals the show...

Sankeys starts 2013 with fresh look, Fiesta and Recentes

Manchester Mecca Sankeys has started 2013 with a fresh look, with Fiesta and Recentes breathing new life into Fridays and Saturdays at the city's beloved superclub...