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The streaming platform's value rose to roughly $66.1 billion last week

Stocks in Spotify hit a new all-time high on the New York Stock Exchange last week.

On Friday, January 8th, the streaming platform's stock reached a...

We investigate the experimental electronic music festival

Unsound Festival is an annual forward thinking celebration of experimental music and art that's based in Poland, with a New York offshoot that's just wrapped...

The Manhattan venue bows out next week amid management issues

New York club The Dance is set to close after just four months on the Manhattan nightlife map. 

Opening in October 2019, the venue...

It returns this November...

Time Warp will return to New York City later this year as it continues its 25th anniversary celebrations in 2019.

Locked in for November 22nd...

It's being opened by the owner behind other NY venues such as Elvis Guesthouse and Baby's All Right

New York has a new club called The Dance.

Situated on Lafayette Street in lower Manhattan, the multi-room club comes complete with a 250-capacity main...

Sunday School for Degenerates Comes to NYC

Hedonistic house massive Sunday School for Degenerates, famed for their scandalous parties at Miami's Pawn Shop Lounge, are descending on New York City for two...

We chat all tings RBMA with T Williams

RBMA has just wrapped up another successful season in New York. DJmag went along stateside to join up with some of the guys and gals in the second session to discuss all things musical and to soak up the vibrant atmosphere in the Big Apple…

It will be situated behind a restaurant in Brooklyn...

New York is getting a new club called The Sultan Room.

It will form part of the new Turk's Inn restaurant in the Bushwick area...

Red Bull Music Accademy

DJ Mag was fortunate to sit in on this year's Red Bull Music Academy (RBMA) over in New York where we got to mix it up in their state-of-the-art studio and share some quality time with some of the participants, lecturers and fellow music-lovers who happened to drop in over the month-long extravaganza.

For a decade Luca Venezia was NYC's king of bass.

Luca Venezia spent most of the last ten years exploding bass bins as dubstep evangelist Drop The Lime. As head of the seminal Trouble &...

Sorry, NYC...

EDC has announced the cancellation of its New York festival in 2017. Pasquale Rotella, founder and CEO of Insomniac Events that hosts EDC internationally, revealed the...

Robbie Rivera celebrates 'Dance Or Die' album

Sounding like a manifesto for EDM and a call to once chart-topping pop and hip-hop artists to evolve or fade into the background, the title...

The US house don talks to us about the difference between his home city of New York and Ibiza, and playing underground house music at...

A house head to the core, Dennis Ferrer is the owner of the esteemed Objektivity label and one of New York’s most celebrated DJs. A...

A Time Out poll has ranked the Big Apple as the globe's most sought-after spot...

A new Time Out survey has found New York to be the most exciting city to live in in 2019.

Tapping into over 34,000 anonymous...

Danny Tenaglia spills some history about the NYC house scene as part of a new documentary

Watch Danny Tenaglia talk about the history of the New York house scene from its inception until now.

The eight minute clip was shot as...