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#MIXINLONDON world record attempt at Ministry of Sound - 27th May

Fancy going raving for a reason and attempting to break the official DJ relay world record - currently 81 - at the same time? Then...

Eats Everything, Seth Troxler, more speak out...

Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 45th President today, and the dance music world has taken to Twitter to share their thoughts about...

The supplies were due to be used at this year's cancelled festival

Glastonbury Festival has donated hand sanitiser, masks and gloves to emergency services.

The 50th anniversary edition of the festival, which was due to take place...

For 20 years, DJmag has been in amongst it, at the vanguard of dance and electronic music culture, commentating, conversing and partying within the scene...

By the middle of 1991, the UK had experienced the biggest youth revolution since punk. Acid house had swept the nation in the late '80s...

Live techno behemoths AnD return with their ‘We Don’t Belong Here’ EP. Hear the typically monstrous ‘Don’t’ now...

Mancunian live techno behemoths AnD will release their ‘We Don’t Belong Here’ EP on 25th March via their own AnD imprint. 

A typically ferocious offering...

The crowdfunding campaign has raised over £20,000 to provide free meals to NHS staff and other frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic

Massive Attack have donated £10,000 to The Bristol Food Union’s crowdfunding campaign, which aims to provide free meals to NHS staff and other frontline workers...

Following the news at 7:30am GMT...

Donald Trump won the U.S. Presidential election today, beating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton eight years after the Unites States of America elected its first ever...

They beat out Bonobo, Gorillaz, Camelphat and Elderbrook and more...

Kraftwerk and LCD Soundsystem were both awarded with Grammys at last night's ceremony in New York (Sunday 28th January) beating out other nominees including Bonobo...

Manchester band want remixes from DJ Mag-reading producers

James, the indie-dance band who surfed the Madchester wave at the start of the 1990s along with the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays, have contacted...

It has been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and if that's the case, David Bowie has it sorted.

Following on from Bowies 60th birthday and Rapster's success with the 'Exit Music' album, which featured adventurous new covers of Radiohead's back catalogue, !K7 decided...

Oxfam in Dalston has just got a whole lot cooler

Caribou, aka Canadian producer and musician Dan Snaith, has donated various records and pieces of equipment to charity.

Snaith, who also makes music in the...

DJ Mag chats to Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila

Egypt. Heralded for its mystical history and pyramidal landmarks, it's the cultural jewel of North Africa. Hardly the epicentre of the trance universe...

DJmag chats to My Favourite Robot ahead of their London debut at Supernature

Few labels truly balance coolness with ultimate credibility, fulfill a dedication to crate-digging geekery while attracting admiration from demure, slicker-than-slick hipsters. Toronto’s My Favourite Robot...

Blames dance music’s demise on “spineless” hipsters...

One week on from his final rave, Bloc co-founder George Hull had some choice words for the “spineless” hipsters who he blames for the demise...

Dance music prize draw Ukrainian

A dance music prize draw has been announced to raise money to help those feeling and trapped in Ukraine following the country's invasion by Russian...