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You cannot beat a classic! Especially if played by a live orchestra...

It’s music that stirs the soul, brings a lump to the throat and a tremble to even the stiffest upper lip. For a whole generation...

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...

Look Mum No Computer jams out our favourite club classics in this exclusive video...

Picture the scene – a single beam of sunlight slices through the air of a dusty warehouse rave. You’ve been dancing for hours, lost at sea...

"His work in the early days with Le Funk Mob and Etienne de Crecy gave French electronic music a gold standard that fulfilled its promise...

It was announced earlier today that legendary producer and French house pioneer Philippe ‘Zdar’ Cerboneschi has died.

The news was confirmed in a statement from...

With Marc Romboy, Jules Buckley, Max Richter, Carl Craig and more...

At first glance, we’re led to believe that the worlds of classical and electronic music are galaxies apart. But there are more parallels and crossovers...

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Pete Tong and the orchestra were due to embark on a tour this December

The Heritage Orchestra will perform a dance classics livestream this month.

After cancelling this year's five-date tour due to coronavirus, The Heritage Orchestra, conducted by...

Tim "Love" Lee's Tummy Touch records pays respect to its roots

In the 1990s, Skylab was thrown in with the trip hop lot. Their two albums, #1 (1994) and #2: 199 Large as Life and Twice...

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...

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...

Voting for the Hard Dance Awards has begun.

Next February, the red carpet will be rolled out in Brixton for hard dance's most important ceremony of the year.

The world's biggest hard dance...

Watch some footage from last year's Dutch festival Dance Valley. The two day event will take place this year from 14-16 July.



Dutch dance music festival Dance Valley is one of the world's biggest clubbing events.

DJmag.com has some footage from last year's Dance Valley (just click...

Russia's nuttiest dance event returns this year - a rave with topless dancers in the dungeons of an offshore, 19th century fort anyone?


Fort Dance revellers will be able to hire their own dungeon complete with topless dancers


Fort Dance is only accessible by boat of chopper


Fort...

Lower East's Lee Brinx remembers his first time raving...

Lee Brinx, one of the heads of Lower East records alongside Cozzy D and Ed Kane, remembers his first taste of raving. 'Inner Circles Vol.2'...