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"We can save our nation and continent with our ART," he said

Burna Boy has announced his hopes to host his own version of Live Aid.

The Nigerian rapper, singer and songwriter, born Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu...

Brian Eno, Damon Albarn and more sign open letter penned by Bob Geldof...

A number of music figures have put their backing behind an open letter led by Bob Geldof arguing that Britain’s music industry will be worse...

British people may lose access to their entertainment accounts if no deal is to be reached... 

In the event of a no-deal Brexit, British people may be restricted from accessing their usual Spotify and Netflix content while travelling to EU states...

The British icon hand-picked the line-up for one of the London mega-venue’s biggest dates yet...

DJ Harvey invited Skream, Peggy Gou, PBR Streetgang, Hot Chip, Felix Dickinson and more to his Discotheque party at Printworks London last weekend (Saturday 19th...

Disclosure, Rudimental, Calvin Harris and Daft Punk up for awards

Dance music has seldom fared very well at the Brits, the UK music industry's annual awards show. Indeed, the Brits did away with the Best...

Eats Everything

He might be able to knock out badass tunes, but Bristol boy Eats Everything is, in his heart, a DJ first and foremost (or husband if his new wife is reading!). What’s more, the man born Daniel Pearce has been doing it for exactly 20 years now, having gotten his first decks for Christmas back in 1992.

Embarrassing bangers & regrettable records inside...

We all remember the first music we bought, right? Whether it was wax, cassette tape, CD or er... MP3, there's little doubt that your first...

Hardcore clubbers head-to-head with the country-bumpkins of Yorkshire...

On a weekend trip to the idyllic Yorkshire Dales, you’d be forgiven for expecting little more than a good cupper and a spiffing view. Beacons...

Benny L’s drum & bass productions have become some of the most coveted in dance music, topping the Beatport charts and released by institutions like...

Patience is a virtue, possess it if you can. It’s a quality that’s seldom, if ever, found in a modern-day drum & bass fan. For...

Though more and more artists are bringing live elements into their tech riders, Saytek is no bandwagoner. His first shows were in 2003, when a...

AKA The Ride Committee

aka The Ride Committee

Bru-C in a beige coat, wearing a black hat against a grey wall

Having made his name as a key figure in the bassline and drum & bass collective CruCast, Bru-C is now pushing himself further with a signing to the UK wing of iconic hip-hop label Def Jam. He talks to DJ Mag about the importance of keeping it real

Realness: the rarest commodity in these filtered and manipulated times. Forever sought after, impossible to synthesise; realness can’t be controlled or counted or rated by...

Budget banger

Denon’s new controller the DJ MC2000 is going to make a superstar DJ out of you but won’t break the bank in the process…

Crossing over to practically every genre, DJ and dancefloor in 2005, ‘Rej’ is an evergreen classic. Ahead of the 100th release on Innervisions,  Âme discuss...

Few tracks capture the exciting crux and flux of mid-2000s house and techno quite as succinctly as Âme’s ‘Rej’. A palpitating journeyman beacon flashing urgently...

There’s a growing culture in dance music, known as 'flipping', where unscrupulous Discogs sellers inflate the cost of rare records to extortionate amounts. We investigate...

In September 2018, hardcore archivist label Ninety Two Retro released a double-12” comprising six tracks and versions from 1992 by Mystery Man and 1st Prodject...