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Dance music reigned supreme at 2014’s edition of Coachella...

By the time the first chord of Calvin Harris’ smash hit 'Sweet Nothing' rings out over the largest crowd Coachella's main stage has seen during...

Some environmentally-conscious DJs will be performing at a event next week to help save the planet!

Climate change and global warming is very much in the public sphere at the moment, and on Friday 10th November environmentally friendly clubbers and DJs...

The producer continues to spread goodwill

Bassnectar will fund a climate change course for high school students. 

After using his non-profit organisation Be Interactive to set up an initiaitive offering a...

"A lot of his ambient stuff is lovely," Julie James commented of her brother's music in a recent interview

Wales' new climate change minister Julie James is the sister of Aphex Twin, she's revealed in a recent interview.

Having been appointed to the role...

‘No Coal Zone’ will be a one-off concert taking place in Sydney next week

The Avalanches and Jamie xx will play at a one-off climate change benefit concert. 

The event, ‘No Coal Zone’, will take place at Sydney’s Hordern...

Above & Beyond soundtrack new climate change film, 'The Last Glaciers'

Above & Beyond have produced their first film score, for a new feature centred around climate change.


The 40-minute film, IMAX presents The Last Glaciers...

The procession formed a human hourglass sculpture...

Glastonbury attendees joined forces with Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace for a climate change march yesterday.

Meeting at the festival’s Park stage, the procession marched to...

The eight-minute film is narrated by founding member Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja 

Massive Attack have shared a short film that explores climate change in the live music industry.

Collaborating with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research...

The decision follows the group's recent support of climate activism group Extinction Rebellion

Massive Attack have revealed plans to complete their next European tour by train.

Following on from their outspoken support of climate activism group Extinction Rebellion...

Top DJs help fight global water shortages

Ever been outraged at the price of a bottle of water in a club? Imagine having to trek miles to get it. The problem of...

The seminal tracks that altered dance forever

‘Killer’ started life as an instrumental, and it was only ever going to be one until I met Seal,” Adamski tells DJ Mag. “He came to [big rave] Sunrise 5000 at Santa Pod, although I didn’t meet him there. He walked in when I was playing and he had an epiphany.” Seal wanted to record with Adamski immediately, and Adamski — real name Adam Tinley — liked the sound of Seal’s voice from a demo of ‘Crazy’ that he’d heard.

Vinyl may be back, but is the picture really so rosy for records?

I’m sure you’ve heard the great news — vinyl is back, baby: back on the shelves, back in our collective conscious, back in the clubs. Everyone and their mother’s brother is now walking around like the cat who's got the cream, because they are true collectors, true music heads, true audiophiles and their addiction to black crack has finally been vindicated.

DJ Hatcha 'Dubstep Allstars Vol 1' (Tempa)


The Game Changer is taking a slightly different form this month. Usually it focuses on seminal tracks, but when it comes to the emergence of...

The festival’s seventh home in ten years....

HARD Summer has found a new home for its ten anniversary celebration. The two-day event, taking place 5th and 6th August, has moved 12 miles...