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A new London club night No ID, aims to spotlight South Asian DJs and artists. DJ Mag visited the party's first edition at Peckham's Rye...

“When I rack my brain to think of famous South Asian names in mainstream music,”  says Nabihah Iqbal, “the only two I can think of...

The first party has locked Nabihah Iqbal, NAINA and more...

A new London club series, No ID, aims to spotlight South Asian DJs and artists, kicking off with a Wednesday night offering at Rye Wax...

Photographer shares 10 favorite moments from over the years

The art of capturing moments is one that develops over time. For some photographers, however, attaining a coveted, distinct action shot at a showcase comes...

New designer website kicks off with free booze!

Head down to the Brick Lane Gallery this coming Thursday 2nd December for the launch of London’s coolest new independent design website, The ID Store...

Also in licensing talks with major labels...

Facebook is in the process of building an content recognition system, a new report by the Financial Times has revealed.

The program will combat copyright...

Movement Electronic Music Festival returns on Memorial Day Weekend 2014

After over 107,000 people – including DJ Mag – attended 2013's Detroit Electronic Music Festival, organisers Paxahau have announced that the 2014 edition will again take place on Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) inside Detroit’s Hart Plaza.

The playlists will be updated weekly

Spotify has launched a DJ-curated playlist series.

Launching the new suite this week in their dance and electronic hub, streaming giant Spotify have teamed up...

London's longest-serving Techno night, Lost.

As one half of Basic Channel, Mark Ernestus has one of the most influential back catalogues in electronic music. And just as Basic Channel releases were as eagerly anticipated as Santa dropping down the chimney with a sack of white labels for the techno cognoscenti during the 1990s, so Ernestus’ rare DJ appearances are almost as mythical an event. Or to put it another way, if you were to book him, you probably wouldn’t stick him in a back bar at the end of the night.

The DJmag Tech crew check out Stanton’s new four-channel rack-mount mixer, and find little to complain about...

We have been most impressed with Stanton’s mixers of late. Mixers like the M.207 have proved that Stanton understands the needs of DJs and can...

DJ Mag present Hardwell at Green Valley, Brazil

The voting for Top 100 Clubs, powered by Miller Genuine Draft closes at midnight (GMT) tomorrow, Friday 28th of February. Before this year's results are announced...

A major crackdown following recent legislation...

16 Ibiza beach clubs have been told “no music, no DJs” by the San José municipal town hall. The announcement comes less than two weeks...

Sam Deliaert returns to LENSKE under his Farrago alias with new EP, 'Neontrance'. Listen to the all-consuming, acid techno thumper 'No Jutsu' now...

ARTS affiliate Farrago follows up his collaborative effort with Amelie Lens on LENSKE with a new EP.

Incoming 12th July, Farrago's 'Neontrance' is a four-track forray...

Venezuelan duo drop cool new album on Crosstown Rebels

“We felt really honoured when Damian Lazarus asked us to do an album for Crosstown Rebels,” deep tech Venezuelan duo Fur Coat tell DJMag.com. “This...

"Stay in the moment and put away your phone, enjoy the night"

London's fabric is introducing a "strict" no-photo and no-video policy when it reopens.

Announcing the news yesterday (June 28th) via social media, a post shared...

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Tiffany Calver is redefining the role of the rap DJ. As well as helming the influential Rap Show on BBC Radio 1Xtra, she hosts club nights, runs her own label, and DJs for superstars. But, as she reveals to Christine Ochefu, her journey to the top hasn’t always been easy

When Tiffany Calver was a child, her mother made sure she knew exactly who she was. “It was a standard in my house; my mum...