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Think you need a talentless band with daft haircuts to make nu-rave music?

Well, think again - just pick up the 'Nu-Rave' sample disc from samplemagic.com for £59.95. With over 2.7GB of drum, bass, guitar and music loops...

The #ChangeMusic road map sets out steps of action to generate positive change

The racial justice organisation Color of Change has teamed up with The Recording Academy to share the #ChangeMusic road map, an initiative aiming to...

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...

Life in Colour the infamous Paint Party is about to open up its 2016 Schedule.

DJ Mag talks to Life in Colour Head Honcho Sebastian Solano ahead of the forthcoming Life in Colour Festival in Miami.

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 new area will be open this Friday (16th)

London club Colour Factory is opening a new outdoor space.

Formerly Mick's Garage in Hackney Wick, Colour Factory is set to open its doors with...

The making of Sanchez's seminal club cut

This is the story of how Roger Sanchez made his seminal club cut  — 'Another Chance'.

Electronic music history is rich with unforgettable and timeless...

The Norwegian duo talk us through their million-selling debut LP for Wall Of Sound

How a largely instrumental album by an unknown Norwegian duo became a word-of-mouth million-selling sensation at the start of the decade, thanks to some unique...

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.

The ambient hero has collaborated with the Paul Stolper Gallery

Brian Eno has collaborated with the Paul Stopler Gallery to create a limited edition colour-changing neon turntable. The turntable, which has a limited run of...

With three decades as one of house’s biggest names under his belt, Roger Sanchez has seemingly lost none of his enthusiasm for the music that...

On a recent humid evening in Brooklyn, on the rooftop of the Bushwick club Elsewhere, a few hundred revelers let out a collective ‘whoop’ as...

New initiative, Sisters In Sound, launched for young women of colour in music

Singer and songwriter Mahalia has announced the launch of a new workshop and event series, Sisters In Sound, aiming to support young women of colour...

The classic analogue poly joins the Roland Cloud family

Roland has added the Juno-60 to their Roland Cloud range of synths and plugins and as part of their PlugOut format for the System-8 synth...