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Maya Jane Coles, here on Special Guest invitation. Her meteoric rise to fame in the first half of the last decade has led her to...

It is due to arrive next summer in Greenwich...

Bumper edition marks two decades at the clubbing coalface..

The June issue of DJmag, out now, marks 20 years since the magazine launched in its present incarnation. The special commemorative issue is marked by...

The first issue will be available "soon" via Axis Records

Jeff Mills has announced plans for a digital magazine.

The legendary Detroit-born DJ and producer, who recently launched a jazz project alongside Jean-Phi Dary, has...

We will be supporting a selected creative for a dance music-focused project


DJ Mag will partner with AZ Magazine creative fund to support Black LGBTQ+ creatives.

Over the past five years, AZ have created a self-funded, award-nominated...

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AZ Mag have opened the applications for the second round of their Creative Fund initiative.

Over the past seven years, AZ have created a self-funded...

Need2Soul head to Brixton with the Body & Soul crew.

Details have now been announced for Need2Soul's October event.

With previous line-ups featuring the likes of Floating Points, Peven Everett and Henrik Schwartz, Need2soul have...

Up and coming designers get an airing...

Collect London is a conceptual creative label with an aim and desire to give exposure to ‘artists from all walks of life’. Launched in June...

Free party at Cafe 1001 on Sunday

Needing no introduction to regular readers of DJ Mag, Motek London returns to Cafe 1001 this Sunday (22nd September) for another free daytime party.


The London based pit-stop to see you right!

If you’re going to stick to the January rules of getting fit and healthy you may as well go the whole hog and grab yourselves some quality grooming products.

Tech house label readies London showcase

Purveyors of underground tech house, Gimmick Records have their sights set on London this Saturday as they take over 93 Feet East, the Brick...

Reveals plans for Feb, March and April

London party Krush has been making all the right noises for the past few years, with line-ups that incorporate everything from house to disco to full-on techno forming part of a potent equation.

Where does a string of venue closures leave the capital?

The abrupt news of the closure of London's Cable at the hand of Network Rail repossession and plans for redevelopment sent shockwaves across the capital this May. Coming just two months after the dramatic closure of 93 Feet East and during the midst of an ongoing wrangle between private property developers and Ministry Of Sound, it's left London's clubs lined up a lot like sitting ducks, prompting clubbers to ask a flurry of pressing questions.

Jimmy Edgar & Machinedrum set for XOYO in Feb

Formed out of 12 years of friendship, Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum's production partnership makes perfect sense.

The promotion teams bringing funk to the UK club scene

According to Greek mythology, the Hydra is an aquatic serpent beast with multiple heads. To Londoners, however, thanks to Broken & Uneven, it’s become a different beast entirely — one made up not of reptilian heads, but 11 different top-class dance events running until New Year’s Eve.
Its launch — on Friday 24th August with an Ostgut Ton showcase featuring Marcel Dettmann, Marcel Fengler and label boss Nick Hoppner at a secret East London location — was a fitting way to open, considering Electric Minds’ Dolan Bergin and We Fear Silence’s Ajay Jayaram first crossed paths when Dolan brought the label to Cable in August 2011, when Ajay was a director at the club. Shortly after came Broken & Uneven; a London-based party that would serve as “…a vehicle with which to promote the music we love, across a wide-ranging spectrum of styles and genres,” Dolan tells DJ Mag.