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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...

London-via-Birmingham's Barely Legal is a mainstay of the UK scene. An artist who has been at the forefront of the underground bass world for almost...

London club request judicial review following closure

In an interview with DJ Mag, Cable's managing director Ryan Ashmore confirmed the club have requested a judicial review after Network Rail pulled the plug on the venue to make way for London Bridge Underground development on 1st May.

Miami's Rapture Festival files a cease & desist order to Ultra...

Ultra Festival is facing legal trouble after being sent a cease & desist order by Rapture Festival, which was given permission to take place at...

The Kreuzberg techno institution has won a a lengthy trial...

Berghain has been recognised as a space of “culture”, alongside Berlin’s theatres, museums and concerts, after winning a landmark legal case.

The Kreuzberg techno institution...

Madrid's techno merchant Regal delivers a blistering hour of ferocious rhythm, sizzling acid and raw energy. We chat to the Involve Records founder about techno...

Regal is up front about most things. As a musician, the Madrid-based DJ/producer – real name Gabriel Cassina – has spent the past six years...

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The legal battle surrounding assets from Prince's estate has reportedly been resolved after six years.


According to Billboard, a Minnesota judge signed off on...

The artist is claiming he has the right to a royalty rate of 50%

Kieran Hebden, aka Four Tet, has launched legal proceedings against record label Domino over a dispute about royalties.

According to a report by Music Week...

Venues can now have the same representation as fabric when facing legal disputes...

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has struck a deal with insurance specialists NDML and legal protection specialists Rradar to provide night time businesses —...

The duo have reportedly issued a cease-and-desist letter to the Canadian star's team

Justice have threatened legal action against Justin Bieber over his new album design.

Paris-based electronic duo Justice, made up of Gaspard Augé and Xavier De Rosnay...

He's hoping to fight back against the "unauthorised exploitation" of his music

A Guy Called Gerald is planning to take action over the alleged "unauthorised exploitation" of his music by UK label Rham Records.

Last month...

Winner of DJ Mag's Best Small Club needs your help...

Junk Club in Southampton has revealed it is under extreme financial strain, following a series of licensing appeals that have left the club in over...

The Pretty Weird tour will include 8 dates across the UK and Europe

DJ Barely Legal will embark on an eight-date tour of the UK and Europe across September, November, and December, starting this weekend in Guildford.

Taking...

We go behind the scenes as 6,000 people attend The First Dance in Liverpool, as part of the UK Government's Events Research Programme (ERP)

DJ Mag goes behind the scenes at the UK Government's first COVID trial club event at Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool.

In April, it was announced...

The COVID trial event took place at Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool

“No tangible scientific evidence to merit a full closure of hospitality and entertainment sectors”, says Greater Manchester night-time economy adviser Sacha Lord

Senior figures working in the Greater Manchester night time industry have prepared a legal challenge to local lockdown restrictions.

The UK government on Monday (12th)...