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Scott has issued a statement as attendees share accounts of the event

Eight people have been killed and hundreds injured at Travis Scott’s Astroworld 2021 Festival.

Described by officials as a "mass casualty incident," the tragedy occurred...

Reveals plans for Feb, March and April

London party Krush has been making all the right noises for the past few years, with line-ups that incorporate everything from house to disco to full-on techno forming part of a potent equation.

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Japan's foremost turntable don DJ Krush returns to our shores for a rare date at London's Koko on Saturday 19th January. The Tokyo-based legend also...

Experimental techno outlier Varg will release a new double EP for Northern Electronics in May. Hear the typically sprawling ‘Crush the System / Soak.Create_Soak_Party_Situation’ now...

Varg will release a “double EP” on Northern Electronics on 3rd May.

Comprised of two four-trackers – ‘Sky City: Even in the Heart of Heaven...

FROM: L.A.

FOR FANS OF: Mike Servito, Horse Meat Disco, Eli Escobar 

“I can't speak for everyone, but here I see our queer community becoming stronger and more radical in the face of this harrowing moment in...

The service was used in the past by a number of musicians...

Crowd-funding organisation PledgeMusic has gone into liquidation after plans to sell the company recently fell through.

The move could mean that a number of artists...

London's biggest audio-visual event, Videocrash, returns for its third instalment on 6th June at Koko in Camden.

The event is billed as "a party like nothing else you have seen," and this year is sure not to disappoint.


Hexstatic will return to...

Weird Science!

He started listening to Tiga and Boys Noize and making rudimentary electro on Ableton. After a low-key release on an American label, he broadened his sound palette and found his music ending up in the inbox of Alex Ridha, aka Boys Noize.

After Astroworld, what is being done to stop crowd crushes from happening again?

After the tragic events of Astroworld Festival last year, Will Pritchard examines the science, politics and history of crowd crushes at mass gatherings, and asks experts how organisers can make future large music events safer

There are few gulfs like that between the throes of a party and the aftermath of a tragedy. It’s an abyss Keith Still is familiar...

Can you guess which song he dropped?

Deadmau5 has pulled an outrageous prank on fans at his NYC show at the Hammerstein Ballroom over the weekend.

It was the fourth show in...

Jack McCord in coma after motorbike crash in Bali

Australian DJ/producer Jack McCord, brand manager and global ambassador for Hed Kandi and now based back in his hometown of Sydney, is in a “serious...

Dutch EDM giant tops poll for second successive year

The results are in! Just minutes ago, Dutch EDM artist, Hardwell was crowned as the World’s No.1 DJ, for the second successive year. He was...

 Hunee, Leon Vynehall, Joy Orbison and lots more

We're pretty fond of Rush Hour Recordings here at DJ Mag HQ, and now fans of the label (old and new) can look back on...

Hear 'Last Bloom' now

Floating Points is set to release a new album.

The influential UK producer - real name Sam Shepherd - who released his first material since...

Chicago’s Jana Rush records an hour of high-energy footwork and head-spinning rhythms for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Ray Philp about balancing...