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Researchers at the University of Utah are considering developing music-based treatments for dementia-suffering patients...

Music helps with Alzheimers and dementia, a new study has found, as well as triggering that feeling of being "buzzed" or moved.

What's called the...

Music for Dementia and the National Academy for Social Prescribing are supporting four specialist centres for music therapy

Music can help reduce the symptoms of depression in people with dementia, according to two studies that have now spurred on the charity Music for...

Fabriclive 94 is out this September...

Midland — the man behind one of last year's biggest tracks and the winner of last year's Essential Mix of the year — has mixed...

The app is being trialled as part of a new music therapy which aims to improve patients’ cognitive function

A music-making app has been developed by doctors to help reduce the experience of brain fog in cancer patients. 

The app, ARMcan (Active Receptive Music...

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their...

François X has helped shape the identity of Paris’ modern techno scene. Now, he wants to understand more fully how that sound shapes him. The...

Two remixes from The Bug are also imminent...

Miles Mitchell aka Mr. Mitch has announced a new EP.

Doubling up as Pressure's third release of 2019, the London producer, Gobstopper head and Boxed co-founder...

  From DIY imprints putting out 160bpm club bangers, forward-thinking electro cuts, twisted acid and rave sounds, through to big room techno's brightest stars launching...

Possibly the most-hyped label to have not released any music ever, Hoover Sound is the brainchild of Best Of British Breakthrough DJ winner SHERELLE and...

Houndstooth regular joins the renowned series...

Call Super will join the long list of esteemed contributors to Fabric's self-titled mix series later this month.

Said to focus on the "late hours"...

Underground maverick taking the over ground by storm in 2009...

"It's got a lot to do with my basslines, I'm pretty good at writing them," shrugs master of the understatement Jamie Jones matter-of-factly, when asked...

Blond:ish tells DJ Mag the 10 tracks that shaped their career...

Canadian duo Blond:ish have found a home at Kompakt and Get Physical of late, their discerning club sets having taken them around the world in...

He’s donating all proceeds to the #SaveFabric fund...

fabric has revealed that Scuba has mixed ‘fabric 90’, the latest in their mix series, which is due to be released on 21st October.

Real...

74. Crosstown Rebels


Damian Lazarus's rebel house scallywags descend on Downtown Miami for some depraved after-hours wrongness at their Get Lost party. A 5am -...

DJ Mag loses its mind at a hotel complex eight miles outside of Middlesborough at Goodgreef

“Here's Johnny!” growls a demented Jack Nicholson in what's considered, in this correspondent’s mind anyway, the most psychologically disturbing film ever made. Nope, we haven't...

Renowned DJ/producer Tom Middleton, who is now a sleep science coach too, shares his knowledge on how important sleep is to our mental health —...

Hands up who’s tired today? How many hours sleep do you get on average? Less than seven, or ideally seven-point-five hours, is considered to be...

On a background of 10 album covers, François X looks off camera

In this series, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share the contents of their collections. This week, Paris’ François X spotlights techno gems with a trippy, deep and emotional edge

In his years at the forefront of Paris’ techno underground, François X has always left room for experimentation and emotion. On over a decades worth...