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The club nights are part of a series of trial events taking place in Liverpool to test safety of mass gatherings

The line-ups have been revealed for two trial club events taking place in Liverpool next week. 

Earler this month, it was announced that 6,000 people...

We go behind the scenes as 6,000 people attend The First Dance in Liverpool, as part of the UK Government's Events Research Programme (ERP)

DJ Mag goes behind the scenes at the UK Government's first COVID trial club event at Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool.

In April, it was announced...

Laurent Garnier Off the Record

The trailer for a new documentary about legendary French DJ Laurent Garnier has been unveiled ahead of its release in UK cinemas and on-demand from...

"There is something very wrong here..."

Jackmaster has blasted misogyny within the music industry in a series of angry tweets.

Speaking out last night (Sunday 5th February), the Scottish DJ said...

Can't wait for this one...

Nile Rodgers is the subject of a new documentary, set to air in three parts and beginning in April on the BBC. 

Nile Rodgers: Lost...

NEXT 50

We run down the next 50 DJs who just missed out on a Top 100 placing this year

The results for DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs 2022 poll were announced Wednesday 26th October, where Dutch EDM star Martin Garrix returned to reclaim the...

We run down the next 50 DJs who just missed out on a Top 100 placing this year

The results for DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs 2021 poll were announced last Wednesday (13th October), where David Guetta retained the No.1 spot that he ...

A lazer shot above the crowd from Warehouse Project @ Depot by Rob Jones

The Warehouse Project has announced its "Reopening Sequence" of parties for its 2022 season.


The Manchester event series, which takes place at the city's 10,000-capacity...

Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes, known mononymously Linden, spent the ‘90s capturing the queer clubbing scene in the north of England on his camera. Now his...

Throughout the 1990s, Stuart Linden Rhodes was a teacher by day and a writer and photographer covering the north’s gay clubbing scene at night. In...

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Pop has infiltrated dance music in a way not heard for many years. With DJs playing Britney Spears edits in Panorama Bar, bootlegs of Ciara, Spice Girls and Whigfield doing the rounds, and megastars like Dua Lipa commissioning club-tuned remix albums, there’s something going on. Chal Ravens asks: why now? What does pop actually mean? Is it all just part of a cycle, or is there something new happening?

POV: you’re in the middle of your opening set at Panorama Bar and everything is going right. Room? Steamy. Crowd? Loose. You’ve been playing your...

Dedicated to breaking down cultural binaries and taking on the music industry juggernaut, SOPHIE has obliterated the lines between underground dance music and commerical pop...

It’s a blistering afternoon in Ibiza, and the sun feels laser-trained on the Hard Rock Hotel, where the International Music Summit is taking place. The...

Nile Rodgers is the man behind Chic and countless disco classics and mega hits. Always moving with the times and updating his classic guitar licks...

In late 1976, a guitarist named Nile Rodgers and a bass player named Bernard Edwards bribed an elevator operator $10 to keep quiet about an after-hours...

Let's go— Egg's 15th Birthday, System & Set One Twenty's Terrace Party, Alfresco Festival, Virgo Festival, Leftfoot & Shadow City, Electric Frog & Pressure Riverside...

A quick scan of the Top 30 UK events in May 2018 proves one thing: you have to try really hard not to wind up...

James Murphy and 2ManyDJs' travelling audiophile soundsystem hits London’s inaugural All Points East festival for a weekend of slow burning grooves...

“Despacio is happiness” reads a huge sign that looms overhead as you walk into the travelling audiophile soundsystem at the inaugural All Points East (APE)...

Gideon Berger has co-created something amazing with Glastonbury Festival’s Block9 field, but it’s been somewhat to the detriment of his own DJ career. In recent...

It’s mid-summer 1994, and the first anti-Criminal Justice Bill demonstration in Trafalgar Square. There’s over 50,000 ravers packed into the area around the famous London landmark...