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Our latest mix series shines a light on S.M.A.L.L and Paco...

Fresh Kicks is DJ Mag's brand new mix series that aims to shine a light on the very best up-and-comers from around the globe, and...

DJ Mag delves into the history of dance culture’s Woodstock...

In 1992 there was a festival in the UK that changed the course of dance music history. A culmination of the acid house explosion, it...

If you’re telling people to “keep politics out of music”, you’re missing the point. Here, DJ Mag’s Harold Heath explains why politics are an integral...

Pole dancing and a speaker wrapped into one? Check these new slimline PA speakers from Bose

Speaker giants Bose continue to innovate through their unique Cylindrical Radiator speakers. The L1™ model II (available now from bose.com) houses a row of...

Matthew Dear revealed as producer of Tiga's new album

Canadian techno darling Tiga has just unleashed his new track 'Let's Go Dancing', produced in conjunction with Matthew Dear, aka Audion. It's building up to...

DJ Mag speaks to the club night’s key figures and plots the history of what may just be the final bastion of the acid house...

Maintaining the perfect blend of old skool rave and the finest contemporary leftfield sounds, as well as attracting one of dance music’s most passionate crowds, this year sees Bang Face celebrate its 10th anniversary.

DJ Mag trips out to the Lebanese capital, Beirut, to find out how the club scene has persevered and flourished despite years of unrest in...

When DJ Mag first mentions to our nearest and dearest that we’re headed off to Beirut, the majority of responses are that of concern. Lebanon...

The organisation believes PCR tests offer an appropriate level of safety in the current climate

Berlin's dancing ban is being contested by the city's Clubcommission, which is calling for the policy to be revoked and replaced with mandatory PCR testing...

Nixwax returns to Plan B to celebrate 6th vinyl release

Formed in 2011 to focus more on timeless dance music than passing flash-in-the-pan fads, Nixwax takes inspiration from the various avenues – disco, techno, house – currently explored within UK bass music today.

The streaming giant is following in the footsteps of Facebook and Twitter

Spotify has suspended all politic advertisements for service users, Adage reports.

Announcing the changes a week ago, the streaming giant shared that they do...

Afeni Shakur, political activist and mother of Tupac, to be subject of new biopic

A biopic of Afeni Shakur – the late mother of Tupac and a prominent member of the Black Panther party – is in the works.


Titled Peace, Love...

Tiga club classic scores hilarious video from Bristol producer

Eats Everything has dropped a brand new video for club hit 'Dancing (Again!)' — a revision of Tiga vs Audion's 2013 smash 'Let's Go Dancing'. ...

Bristol’s Livity Sound label has crafted a distinctive style and sonic blueprint, drawing from dub techniques but impossible to categorise. Celebrating a decade in existence...

In 2011, the dust from the dubstep explosion was still up in the air. The initial UK wave had split between a formulaic festival sound...

Something wicked this way comes 

No Bounds Festival kicks off on Friday 13th October, spanning the full weekend through to Sunday 15th across various spaces in Sheffield, bringing a unique...

Pacemaker took over a room at a recent Basics party in Leeds.

In the first gig of its kind, residents Dave Beer and Tristan Da Cunha played exclusively on the Pacemaker pocket DJ device, alongside Ed Karney...