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The dome will present the premiere of seven audiovisual performances...

With Barcelona festival Sónar's 2019 edition now only a couple of weeks away, organisers have confirmed plans for an immersive, 3D dome which will host...

Track ‘Godmother’ completely created by machine learning

Electronic luminaries Holly Herndon and Jlin have created a new track ‘Godmother’, out now on 4AD, completely via an AI program called Spawn.

Spawn was...

The "Hexadome" will host 360-degree installations and live performances from Ben Frost, Thom Yorke and Tarik Barri, Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst and more...

Berlin’s Institute for Sound and Music has revealed plans for its "Hexadome" exhibition. 

The exhibition, which will open in Berlin at Martin-Gropius-Bau on 29th March...

Featuring Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst, LSDXOXO, Nicolás Jaar, Shackleton & Zimpel and more 

   

Unsound has shared the first program announcement for this year's festival.

Two months on from revealing the dates and theme for this year's outing...

What’s going down in the day in Poland...

As well as boasting a load of DJs and producers (with 50% more to be announced at the festival as part of their 'surprise' theme)...

Artificial intelligence is at the heart of a fundamental shift in music’s role in our lives, and for electronic music, the transition will be seismic...

For most people, artificial intelligence brings to mind a futuristic, sci-fi scenario of autonomous robots or machines capable of making their own decisions, and more...

Artificial intelligence, the doom mongers say, will make many human jobs obsolete, and some believe it will destroy the music industry too. But the flipside...

Picture this... It’s 2030, and the DJ Mag Top 100 has just been topped, for the first time ever, by an artist created with artificial...

One of the Internet’s most talked-about acronyms — which stands for non-fungible token — is redefining digital ownership. But could NFTs really revolutionise the music...

Most people’s first experience with NFTs most likely happened within the past few months. It was also, most likely, met with confusion. As GIFs of...

As dance music’s top-heavy, tour-focused infrastructure crumbles, people across the industry are wondering how new revenue streams can emerge to support artists during and after...

It’s been four months since COVID-19 sent dancers into deep freeze. With no sign of a vaccine, the suspicion is that clubs will stay closed...

Oakland-based producer and DJ Russell E.L. Butler delivers 60 minutes of exhilarating techno and radiant rhythms as part of our podcast series. We catch up...

Russell E.L. Butler’s artistic process is built on community. Based in Oakland since 2009, the Bermudian producer, DJ and live musician has become an increasingly...

As part of our end of year and end of decade coverage, we've written about our favourite albums, tracks and compilations. Here, DJ Mag staff...

DJs and producers are supposed to be on the same side. For decades now, producers have made the music, and DJs have played it. Simply...

2019 was a year in which deeply personal and boldly political music ruled the long-player format. Below, you'll find the 50 albums that defined the...

Some years stand out for the bangers they produced, for the adrenaline-shot belters that shook festivals and club floors night after night, and never felt...