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The Night Time Industries Association also revealed the value of the UK’s night-time cultural economy

86,000 jobs have been lost in the nightlife sector due to COVID-19.

As revealed in a new report by the Night Time Industries Association (NTIA)...

It equates to almost two thirds of the industry's work force

170,000 UK music industry jobs ‘will be lost by Christmas’, a study has found.

Following the near-total shutdown of the UK's music industry after the...

Recognise is DJ Mag’s new monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music scene. This month, we speak...

Job Sifre sits in his home studio staring down at a tattoo on the back of his arm that reads, ‘This Must be the Place’...

Win tickets for Toolroom Knights at Ministry of Sound with an Italian twist

Fresh from tearing up Brixton Academy in October as part of Toolroom’s 5th Birthday celebrations, Mark Knight will return to the label’s spiritual home, Ministry...

Labour MP Kevin Brennan was responding to the UK Chancellor’s suggestion that creatives should look for new jobs

A UK MP has said that it's time the Government acknowledge that creative jobs "are real jobs".

In a debate yesterday, Kevin Brennan, a Labour...

Watch the Intec crew takeover our HQ

This week is a very special stream indeed, we have the Intec crew coming in to takeover our HQ. Carl Cox and Jon Rundell will be...

UK Music's annual report says around 69,000 people lost work amid the COVID-19 pandemic

More than a third of UK music industry workers lost their jobs last year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the shutdown of clubs and music...

23,000 people have already signed 

A petition urging the UK government to close venues during the COVID-19 outbreak has been launched.

Hosted on Change.org, the petition comes following Prime...

The festival returns to Victoria Park for its 2019 run...

All Points East has announced a huge selection of names for its 2019 edition, including Peggy Gou, Joy Orbison and Jon Hopkins, who’s billed to...

The Balearic behemoth known as José Padilla is one of the architects of the Ibizan chill-out music phenomenon.

With his DJ sets at the celebrated Café Del Mar and subsequent series of compilations, Padilla created a sunset sound from a diverse mixture of...

The news follows a warning from the Night Time Industries Association that the UK Hospitality and Events industries may lose up to one million jobs...

£330bn is to be made available to support UK businesses affected by the global coronavirus outbreak.

As part of a daily press conference, the Chancellor of...

Clubbing cruise Music On Board sets sail Friday

High-roller clubbing isn’t a particularly new concept, but it’s definitely one that’s gained momentum in recent times thanks to the EDM explosion Stateside, and specifically, in Las Vegas. Brazil’s Music On Board (MOB) crew, meanwhile, has been busy bringing more than a touch of class to their own country’s electronic music landscape for the past six years — even at sea!

Akala's Natives: Race And Class In The Ruins Of Empire is a fiercely honest appraisal of growing up poor and mixed race in broken Britain...

MC Akala, the stone cold power-fisted slayer of Charlie Sloth’s Fire In The Booth freestyle session, can also take down any quasi-righteous, over-privileged member of...

The Balearic legend is back after 15 years

To mark his 40th year as a DJ, Jose Padilla, the godfather of chill-out, will be re-united with the Cafe Del Mar decks as...

Music On Board (MOB); South America’s most rave-friendly cruise...

What’s big, floats on water and carries 2,400 dance music-obsessed Brazilians? Nope, Green Valley hasn’t been swallowed whole by a blue whale. This March...