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The awards ceremony will take place at The Steel Yard in London on 16th December

Update 13/12/2021: DJ Mag's Best of British awards show has been cancelled. Full details are available here. 

DJ Mag has announced the line-up for this...

Jackmaster, T Williams and Bondax roadblock last Friday

XOYO probably isn’t the most lavish club you’ve ever frequented. In fact, it’s pretty much the opposite, with a diminutive smoking area and two fairly...

Allowing you to concentrate on the important business of dancing your socks off in da club...

Electronic music has always led the way when it comes to technology and innovation. Pioneers such as Kraftwerk, Jeff Mills and Carl Cox have all...

Do SenDo Sennheiser’s new pro DJ headphones, the HD8 DJs, deliver the wow factor?

Sennheiser have been at the top of the heap when it comes to DJ headphones for over 25 years. Their HD25s have won many awards...

Stanton’s new M.207 mixer caters for the scratch DJs and turntablists out there.

Stanton is a household name among DJs, but it has been a while since they took a foray into the scratch mixer market. Well, all...

No one represents drum & bass quite like DJs Fabio & Grooverider...

Sure, there are other obvious contenders, but Fab and Groove were there right at the beginning. They didn't just sit at the table — they...

Manni Dee channels the industrial techno experimentalism of his new Perc Trax LP in his high-octane On Cue mix, and speaks to Niamh O’Connor about...

DJ Mag's new Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In this month's edition, to mark...

‘Selected Ambient Works 85-92’ was the creation of the fevered imagination and unique musical mind of Richard D James, an artist who’s gone under a...

As Porter Robinson prepares for his first-ever EDM-free tour, in support of his debut album ‘Worlds,’ the 22-year-old reveals the bold risks he took to...

Post adolescence angst. That stretch of time in your early '20s spent agonizing over your place in the world. Suddenly stripped of the protective safety...

Castlemorton 1992: photographing the Illegal rave that changed UK dance music forever

2022 marks the 30th anniversary of the biggest and the most infamous illegal rave that ever took place: Castlemorton – a week-long, 20,000-person party deemed so anarchistic that it shook Middle England to its core. Here, photographer Alan Lodge tells his story of capturing a week changed UK dance music forever

It started on a particularly sunny bank holiday weekend, on the 22nd May 1992. A ramshackle convoy of vehicles, which served as the rag-tag homes...

After discovering videos of rapid-fire MCs spitting in Portuguese over baile funk-flavoured beats, London DJ and Butterz co-founder Elijah linked up with Brazilian artists CESRV...

In 2012 Japan hosted the Club World Cup, where the winners of that year’s Champions League played the winners of equivalent tournaments from every continent...

The DJ Mag USA cover star keeps it all in the family, DIY style...

After a decade spent pushing creative new sounds through the European underground, Solomun celebrates Diynamic Music's 10th birthday with a party concept that's as unique...

Press shot of ODESZA

During a long stint at home, ODESZA revisited their past to better understand how they arrived at the present. DJ Mag chatted with the Seattle-based duo to learn about the profound discoveries they made and the implications for their art, which they chronicle in their forthcoming studio album, ‘The Last Goodbye’

Every human on Earth possesses a history. The version of you who lived yesterday informed the one who breathes today, and the one to emerge...

Every era of British dance music has its myths and over-simplified narratives — hell, even little known local scenes have urban legends. Below, Matt Anniss...

We need to think about how we document dance music culture. It may seem odd saying this when there are so many magazines, podcasts, and...

The contribution of women throughout the history of electronic music has been huge, but too often undocumented...

By now the history of electronic music and its journey into clubs, concert venues, stadiums and homes worldwide is a well-established narrative. It’s a story...