Skip to main content
Results for:

neurodiversity

Neurodiversity in dance music lead feature image

Neurodiversity refers to a wide range of neurological conditions including ADHD, autism, dyslexia and Tourette syndrome. After being diagnosed with ADHD and suspected autism earlier this year, DJ Mag writer Harold Heath began to wonder: is there a particularly high number of neurodivergent people in the scene? Here, he embarks on a personal journey to try and understand the relationship between neurodiversity and dance music, and its wider relevance within the scene

I’m Harold Heath: music writer, former small-time DJ/producer, and life-long club culture fanatic. Earlier this year I was diagnosed with ADHD and suspected autism. Why...

Neurodiversity in electronic music industry explored in new AFEM survey

The Association For Electronic Music (AFEM) wants to help make the electronic music industry a healthier place for people with neurodiverse conditions.


The results of...

Coaching service for people with ADHD working in the music industry launches

A coaching service for people in the music industry who have ADHD has been set up by a former manager at the Association for Electronic...