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During a year decimated by lockdowns and venue closures, our need for sonic connection has sparked the resurgence of independent radio across the UK. Here...

16th March 2021 marks the grim one-year anniversary of Matt Hancock’s statement to the House Of Commons that all “unnecessary social contact” across the UK...

Few countries have been as devastated by Covid-19 as India, with recent studies estimating that the death toll has likely exceeded three million, more than...

As countries across the Global North vaccinate their populations against Covid-19 and exit pandemic-related restrictions, the dance music industry is entering a moral and ethical...

30 years ago, a multicultural trio who found delights on New York City dancefloors released a single that merged funk, pop, and disco in a...

In a dance music world fractured into sub genres and micro niches, there are two things that unite global clubbers in love and admiration: a...

The Tidy Boys and their label Tidy Trax epitomised the early ‘00s hard house scene, at one point selling a million records a year. As...

“From 1998 to 2005 we had seven years of glory, then nobody wanted to be a DJ in hard house,” admits Amadeus Mozart, one half...

Digital Holdings is the Bermondsey studios that's had artists including Headie One, Harlem Spartans, Zone 2, Carns Hill and SL all record music within its...

A street lamp flickers on an industrial estate. Two men exchange fist bumps outside a garage door. Inside, an impressive film studio is being prepped...

How an adult version of Tetris kickstarted multiple musical revolutions 

How much credit can you give a tool for creating art? Surely it's like praising the paintbrush for a great painting, or the typewriter for...

What is it that we love about festivals? Barry Ashworth takes a light-hearted look at some essential festival survival pointers...

 With the near-demise of the super-clubs in thew UK, festivals have emerged as the primary big dance music events. Each year there are more and...

Award-winning radio presenter and proponent of the diversity-focused Radio Silence movement, Kay-Lee Golding, explores the lack of Black representation in mainstream UK radio

In 2020, you would think that radio would be diverse and full of opportunities. But unfortunately, you would be wrong. The UK radio industry really...

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Since beatboxing first arrived on British shores from the US in the ’80s, the passion and innovation of UK acts have taken the art to unimaginable heights. Jak Hutchcraft charts the development of the scene, speaking to boundary breakers and educators, and finds it in ruder health than ever

DJ Mag is sat in Wembley Arena surrounded by thousands of singing children. We’re at a Young Voices event — the largest school choir in...

Fisher has leapt from being a virtual unknown to a star on the international stage. The Aussie DJ/producer’s rapid rise has come largely due to...

Paul Nicholas Fisher is a straight up Strayan. True blue, down to earth, no messing about. He loves his music, he loves to surf, he...

Amsterdam Dance Event kicks off next week, turning the city into an electronic music playground for five days. We've scoured the programme for the best...

It's time to wipe the slate clean, sort of. The champagne is on ice, the days have been booked off work. All you need to...

While 2019 refuses to go quiet into that good night — check this month’s top UK club picks for proof — some of us have...

The DJ has hosted The Do!! You!!! Breakfast Show on the station since 2012

Charlie Bones has announced his departure from NTS Radio. 

The DJ and presenter, who hosted the popular The Do!! You!!! Breakfast Show on weekdays revealed...

Hunee is the fearless DJ with super-eclectic taste. As happy dropping disco, African rarities, vintage Italo, boogie or up-to-the-minute electro, he’s refused to compromise on...

It’s mid-summer 2016 and Jeremy Underground is spinning on the main stage at Farr Festival in Bygrave Woods. High above the packed crowd in front...

"With club culture currently under the spell of VIP service, corporate sponsoring and branding, The Motel is a timely reminder that life in Ibiza wasn't always...

A new memoir, The Motel: High Times in ‘90s Ibiza, is set to be published by Unbound.

Iconic club promoter Claire Manumission, who ran the legendary...