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His wealth has grown by £15 million in the last year to £180 million

Calvin Harris is the only DJ to appear in music industry section of The Sunday Times Rich List, with an estimated wealth of £180 million...

Kaytaranda, Megan Thee Stallion, Nas, and more win at 2021 Grammys

The winners at the 2021 Grammy awards have been revealed.

Last night (15th March), the 63rd annual Grammy Awards took place at the Los Angeles...

Rinse FM ring the changes with Richy Ahmed comp...

Once known simply as the bastion of underground, sub driven music, taking in everything from dubstep, grime and garage to hardcore and jungle, these days Kode 9's Rinse FM are expanding into every arena of electronic music – and beyond.

Member of Hot Creations crew holds forth

Richy tells DJ Mag that himself and Jamie have stripped back the Hot Creations upcoming release schedule lately so that they don't have a backlog...

Opening times in the country are the most restrictive across the UK and Europe

A new campaign has been launched to support the Northern Irish night-time economy.

Launched today (17th June) Free The Night was created to push for...

2012 Miami Listing's

 Yup, it's that time again — all eyes on South Beach. The East Atlantic coast of Miami, USA is braced for another infiltration of dance...

ABODE On The Rock is a three day festival on Gozo Island...

London promoters ABODE will launch their first international festival from 8th to 11th June on Gozo Island, Malta. The team have locked in Richy Ahmed...

Timeline and the next generation of talent from Underground Resistance

Debuting the latest incarnation of their ever-evolving live show at this year's Movement festival, Timeline is the next generation of talent from Underground Resistance –...

The fight to preserve Ukraine’s electronic music culture in a time of war

Amidst the horrors of russia's war on Ukraine, local DJs, producers and music professionals have had their lives ripped apart, but many have passionately continued their work at home and abroad, using their experience to provide funds and direct aid to causes on the ground. Here, Tanya Voytko talks to artists from across the country about their personal experiences over the past six months, and to learn how they’re striving to preserve and promote their rich and diverse electronic music culture

I started writing this article on 22nd June, the day of remembrance for the victims of World War II in Ukraine. At dawn on that...

Manc colossus announces last ever season at Store Street and, true to form, it’s MEGA

There are few things on the UK clubbing circuit bigger than The Warehouse Project. A pumping season of diverse electronics covering the last three...

Party Favor, aka LA-based Dylan Ragland, has been doing the club a good service since he burst onto the scene in 2014 with ‘Bap U’, a...

It's been 10 years since seminal club The End closed its doors for the last time. We speak to the family members, close team, and...

“If there’s one thing to learn from rave, it’s this: you can do anything, if you do it together.” – Sheryl Garratt, Sweet Harmony –...

Craig Richards’ inaugural festival is a jaw-dropping visual masterpiece set to the perfect soundtrack...

When news first broke of Houghton Festival last December, it looked a little too good to be true. Curated by Craig Richards, the long-serving resident...

Kicking off 21st May...

Defected In The House returns to Ibiza after a one year hiatus and will take residence at Eden in San Antonio every Sunday from 21...

Despite being largely ignored by the west, Moscow has had a rich bass scene for over a decade. After reaching an impasse in 2015 as...

Moscow’s bass scene has a long and trend-setting history, although it’s not had much attention in the west. A number of the city’s promoters have...