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THE ULTIMATE FMFA EXPERIENCE

As most of you are already aware, Future Music Festival Asia 2015, the largest music festival in Asia is now calling Singapore its home. After...

We got speaking to Kate Simko, Solomun, Nick Curly, Huxley and Will Saul about how they deal with the ups, the downs, the delays, the...

THE FEMALE PERSPECTIVE
Kate Simko
Chicago house heiress Kate Simko has toured as a DJ and with a live show, and explains how life on...

Ibiza and the Balearic islands had previously been downgraded to the green list at the end of June

The Balearic Islands are set to be put back on the UK’s amber travel list from 19th July. 

Following the downgrading of Ibiza and the...

EU travel limits for touring UK musicians to be eased

A new dual registration policy will enable British specialist hauliers, including those which transport equipment for concert tours and various cultural events, to travel freely...

Three decades of Trade: celebrating 30 years of boundary breaking LGBTQ+ raving

The fierce LGBTQ+ party Trade was the UK’s first legal after-hours club event, opening at 3am and closing at 9am. It laid the groundwork for a new on-and-on party culture, while its sexual and gender diversity was a forerunner for today’s queer club scene. As it celebrates its 30th anniversary, and prepares for its 24-hour birthday party at Egg London, Joe Roberts speaks to some of its regular DJs, designers and founder Laurence Malice about Trade's boundary-breaking legacy

It’s Sunday afternoon, 16th March 2008, and the dancefloor of Turnmills is packed with dancers in varying states of undress. Watching over them, grinning maniacally...

Which tracks would these DJs love to find at the WMC Record Fair?

As part of the Miami Winter Music Conference, organisers are holding a gargantuan record fair chock full of plastic to get collectors drooling. It...

Glastonbury travel to be disrupted by nationwide train strikes

People heading to Glastonbury festival later this month may have to reschedule their travel plans following the news that rail strikes will go ahead across...

You and a friend could go to the event at Zambujeira do Mar resort in Alentejo, Portugal in August...

MEO Sudoeste hits Zambujeira do Mar resort in Alentejo, Portugal from 1st to 5th August, and you can win festival passes, flights and accomodation to...

Diplo offers up some dos and don'ts...

In a recent interview with GQ, Diplo gave some advice to would-be touring DJs on how to survive a life on the road and in...

Features collaborations with Damon C Scott, Caroline Smith and Gavin Turek...

Disco don Gigamesh has released the first half of his debut album, ‘Time Travel’, which features collaborations with Damon C Scott, Caroline Smith and Gavin...

Exploring everything from Detroit and Berlin Techno to Israeli psytrance

Rave On: Global Adventures In Electronic Dance Music, a new book written by widely celebrated journalist Matthew Collin, documents the evolution and ever-changing culture of...

Aus Music’s first release of 2019 comes from Tracey. Hear the fast-paced gossamer house cut, ‘Mind Powder’ now...

First up on Will Saul’s ever-consistent Aus Music this year is Tracey’s 'Metamorphosis' EP.

Set for release this Friday 2nd February, Tracey – Tom Ruijg...

Which tracks would Luke Solomon love to find at the WMC Record Fair?

While digital is no doubt sitting pretty at the helm of the format kingdom, there are some folk out there who will always be vinyl...

Bristol label Pressure Dome’s third release is a weighty split 12” from Joe Craven and Human Resources. Hear Craven’s buoyant, dancefloor-stoking ‘Hurt Potential’ now

Bristol’s Pressure Dome label will kick off 2020 with a new split EP from Joe Craven and Human Resources, set for release on 7th February...

Health Secretary Matt Hancock is expected to announce new rules soon

Ibiza could be one of the new destinations added to the UK's travel green list.

The Times reports that a government source has suggested imminent...