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DJ Mag partners up with Brighton Music Conference for work — and play...

The second Brighton Music Conference (BMC) was hailed a resounding success by all who attended at the start of June. The two-day event — featuring...

Carola & Dice back2back at Amnesia

Our first trip to Amnesia of the summer brought back memories of watching Ibizan sunrises ignite the carnival atmosphere of the colossus terrace. And tonight we are bracing ourselves for one of the biggest techno line-ups of this summer at Marco Carola’s Music On.

Grants of up to £1000 are available 

PRS for Music has announced an Emergency Relief Fund for artists to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Money will be available for...

UK artists, promoters, institutions and venues spread the hashtag far and wide yesterday (2nd July)

The UK Music industry has rallied for further government relief with a new campaign.

Launched yesterday (2nd July), UK music members behind #LetTheMusicPlay wrote an open letter...

Organisations including MusiCares, PRS Foundation and Help Musicians are involved, more expected to join

Spotify has revealed a Music Relief initiative for artists affected by the coronavirus pandemic, which 'recommends verified organisations that offer financial relief to those in...

Dance music community rebuilds Japan together

Red Dot Relief, teamed with the Japanese NGO Peace Boat, is a call to action across the dance music community to raise money and spread awareness...

The fund will secure the future of over 100 venues nationwide

Nightclubs and music venues in England will receive £2.25 million in COVID-19 relief grants in the coming months.

Earlier this month, following various campaigns by...

Native Instruments’ Maschine+ is an ambitious project; remodelling the popular hardware and software groovebox combo to operate as a standalone production unit. DJ Mag's Digital...

When Native Instruments first released Maschine, it was attempting to fill a gap. Computers had become powerful enough to supersede hardware-packed studios that came before...

Craig Richards’ inaugural festival is a jaw-dropping visual masterpiece set to the perfect soundtrack...

When news first broke of Houghton Festival last December, it looked a little too good to be true. Curated by Craig Richards, the long-serving resident...

Support event in Manila

Last week’s super typhoon Haiyan has left countless dead and missing in Asia. The response across the dance music community has been emphatic, with many leaving messages of support via their social network pages.

The findings were published in a recent paper

Sound can be used to save dying coral reefs, a study has found.

In a paper published by Nature Communications, entitled 'Acoustic enrichment can...

Chancellor Rishi Sunak's latest spending review includes a 50% discount on business rates for music venues, but some believe it doesn't go far enough

Chancellor Rishi Sunak yesterday (October 27th) announced his latest spending review on behalf of the UK Government, setting out the economic agenda for the coming...

The Drumcode boss lays it all out in a candid interview...

 On the eve of Drumcode’s 20th anniversary, Adam Beyer sits down with DJ Mag to talk about his label, his family, and what’s possible...

 The German producer reflects on his plight to becoming the in-demand DJ he is today and the importance of keeping true to what he most...

 

“Actually, this is one of my most productive years so far.” Thomas Gold smiles broadly into the camera, his face framed by simple, black-rimmed...

Is Promo Push the future of dance music promotion?

We take a look at the next generation of music promotion