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Saturday 22nd February, London Forum

After collaborations with some of the biggest names in pop and a constantly moving musical direction, comparisons between Jon Hopkins and Brian Eno are difficult...

If you only attend one live gig this month, make it this...

Since re-defining the house and techno scene with their work on Get Physical during the mid-'00s, Booka Shade have continued to plug away, keeping standards...

We talk to Guy Williams about his first ever gig

“My first gig was for a pub/bar in Manchester called the Athenaeum, which was a former bank, a really amazing grand venue. They started having...

<p>It’s a good job Italian DJ/producer Riva Starr loves his job...</p>

The secret to a successful career in music-making, says Naples-born, London-based producer Riva Starr, must have something to do with having the ability to “surprise...

At The Garage, London.

Orbital have just unveiled a prestigious plaque at the place where they played their first-ever live gig. The PRS For Music heritage award has been...

M-Audio are the latest to come up with a gig bag, this time for the excellent Xponent controller.

Padded sleeves protect your gear while the high contrast orange interior makes things easy to find in low light conditions.


Front compartment mesh pockets accommodate...

Trance supremo Tiësto is still one of the world's biggest DJs - his upcoming gig at Brixton Academy has sold out.

Former number one DJ Tiësto's forthcoming gig at Brixton Academy on Friday 16 June has sold out.

The promoters of the London event were so...

DJmag party on Saturday 17th July

Did we mention our party at Ministry of Sound on 17th July? No?! Then here's the lowdown.

We have 18 year old Detroit techno...

We go back to 1982

“Well, turning back the clock to 1982, I was 13 and already deeply into music, but I'd never really considered doing anything with it other...

Soap bar, mosquitos and brillo pads...

“It was Ibiza, 1998, and I had spent several days ligging behind the decks with the world’s best DJs desperately trying to figure out how they did it, but no-one showed the least bit of interest in letting me have a bash on the wheels of steel until Edinburgh’s Voodoo Club offered me a gig out of the blue. I took a flight there.

With James Zabiela and Tid:Pro

Think you’ve got the skills to become the next James Zabiela? Enter the Tid:Pro competition he’s running in association with The Warehouse Project,...

Roll the dice and jump to the front of the queue with this revolutionary new ticketing app

Getting those must-have tickets for that all-important gig is often one of life’s trickier scenarios. However, good news is on its way as new tech...

In association with Olmeca tequila

What’s left to do when you’ve been voted one of the top 10 DJs in the world (no.9, to be precise), have released six albums...

DJs look back to their early days

“My first gig was in 1994 at a squatted Salvation Army building opposite Hackney Town Hall on Mare Street. The building was called The Spiky Thing With Curves due to some of the sculptures on display, alongside a cafe and several rooms for bands and DJs. I had a selection of acid house/early hardcore vinyl, mostly acquired from the local Record & Tape Exchange.

Tragic deaths at Venezuelan festival

A gunman opened fire into a crowd at a Carl Cox gig in Caracas, Venezuela, on Saturday 3rd November, killing four and injuring nine others....