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In our new regular feature, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share recent additions to their...

Record stores and clubs around the world are shut, and opportunities to find new music out in the wild have been ripped from under our...

DJ Mag grabbed some time to talk to Timo about his love for the dance music scene and his great respect for his studio and...

Timo Maas has been a kingpin on the clubbing circuit for many a year. His productions and remixes have smashed up dancefloors all over the...

In just three short years, More Time Records has become a go-to imprint offering a diverse selection of percussive club music. In this month’s The...

DJ Mag visits Time Warp to see if it's still got it

Back in the early days of Time Warp, the organisers faced some scepticism from the community of Mannheim about an annual all-night rave...

Following the massive 'Mr Spock', Dirtybird's Justin Martin finally gets the props he deserves...

San Francisco’s Dirtybird Justin Martin has been bubbling under for years as your favourite underground DJ/producer. But the amiable tech house nut has his sights...

Mark Knight hires a Stunt Double

Mark Knight first came across Stunt Double when he bought one of their T-shirts at Brick Lane's Sunday Up Market, in London. "I really like...

DJ Mag Ibiza's cover star Carl Cox opens up...

Put simply: Carl Cox is the man. He's been the island's top dog for close to two decades, plus running respected techno imprint Intec Digital...

Party like it's the end of the world.

It's the end of the world as we know it this month, according to the Mayan calendar.

A total feast of techno on 31st March

If 2 Unlimited stand by their mantra of 'techno, techno, techno', then you can probably catch them in the crowd (but definitely not on the...

The second Brighton Music Conference (BMC) is on the horizon...

Dance music is now a multi-million-pound industry, and like with other multi-million-pound industries it needs conferences and trade fairs in order to keep the wheels...

You know what time it is...

Never before has the timepiece been so timely. Let's face it, we all approve of a bit of wrist action, but the choice of styles...

New five channel rack mount mixer from Gemini

Gemini have another value for money mixer for the mobile DJ. The MM-3000 (£159 info at geminidj.com) is a five channel, 19" rack mount...

Ahadadream and SNØW's imprint has the next three months locked down... 

More Time Records is putting out 12 new records over 12 weeks. 

The London label has enjoyed a busy summer, hosting stages at coveted UK...

2012 Miami Listing's

 Yup, it's that time again — all eyes on South Beach. The East Atlantic coast of Miami, USA is braced for another infiltration of dance...

Mexico warms up for the end of the world

In an era where unlikely rave settings have become increasingly ubiquitous, making an impression has never proved more difficult. From fortresses in Serbia to abandoned power stations in Berlin, clubbers around the world have become increasingly accustomed to unique destinations and boutique festivals. Yet in spite of all this widespread competition, Mexico’s inaugural Time and Space Festival is still worthy of note.