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We Love... nears its finale

Despite being ravaged by fire and a huge police drugs crack-down, Ibiza continues to enthral clubbers the world over.

Entering its final month of...

Should DJs who have never taken illegal drugs be banned from the decks?

Dance music used to be all about getting off your chops to some amazing futuristic electronic sounds. The DJs would get as fucked up as...

Line-up for WHP 2012 announced

Club colossus Warehouse Project served the billing for its 12-week stint at new home at Victoria Warehouse, Old Trafford, this week. And, yes, as...

DJ Mag boards London's most unusual clubbing location

It's 6am. Two U-turns beside an industrial estate, we are no closer to knowing where we are — or if our cabbie's even on the right route. E6 (only a stone's throw from Essex) is where we are meant to be headed. Apparently.

The clubs that changed dance music forever<BR>

“Forget ’88 to ’90. Acid house had died by then... this was a new phase,” recalls drum & bass don Fabio on his legendary residency...

One of the most respected and established scratch samplers just got an update.

Plug the new TTM 56S into any socket around the world, and connect turntables or CDs to all of the inputs by flicking a switch....

Renovated and re-opened in August with London's most advanced soundsystem

Club Warehouse has gone from a funky house venue with a loyal following to one of the most on-the-pulse deep house places around, winning a flood of new fans in the process. We decided to take a look...

Stunning little touches give the Rane Empath mixer technical and creative freedom. Absolutely packed with FX loop options and great for scratch DJs too.

Stunning little touches give the Rane Empath mixer technical and creative freedom. Absolutely packed with FX loop options and great for scratch DJs too.

A tribute to the "bone records" of the '50s Soviet era

The Avalanches have teamed up with Tony Hawk to release a rare X-ray vinyl.

Australian hip-hop group The Avalanches, who released a collaboration with The International...

Raves are back, according to the British mainstream press. But did they ever go away?

Word in the British press recently is that rave is back!

But word on the underground is that it never went away - with the...

Rocky Xpress2 headlines charity event

Dance music legend Rocky from the era-defining X-Press 2 will be headlining this year’s Rave to Save event. He will be rocking the dancefloor so...

Brazil, Poland, Ukraine, Middle East, international expansion, DJmag Lithuania, DJmag Bulgaria, Vilnius's Club Galaxy, James Zabiela, Vakaru Verslo Sistemos, Vytas Stonis, Lithuanian music scene, global...

Our global mission continues! With editions of DJmag now published in Brazil, Poland, Ukraine and the Middle East, our international expansion continues apace. And now...

Rane’s new MP25 and MP26 mixers are once again leading the charge when it comes to permanent club installs

Anyone who has spent much time in DJ booths will have come across at least a few Rane mixers here and there, because let’s face...

Cool party this Saturday for Cancer Research!

This Saturday 28th July will see 93 Feet East rumble to the sounds of Rave For Life, a special club night devised to raise money...

At what point did remixing mainstream pop rubbish become acceptable?

Don't get DJ Mag wrong, there's been a long tradition of the remix as a credibility boost in the music industry. Back in the day, from the late '80s and the first crossover of house music onwards, dire popstrels of the ilk of Simply Red and the Spice Girls (or rather their record companies) would be queuing up for a taste of authentic dance flavour, getting cool names to remix their tracks in order to boost sales of 12”s.