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It also features contributions by Mel B, Paul O'Grady, Boy George and more

A Kickstarter campaign is raising funds for a new photobook celebrating ‘90s queer clubbing in the North of England.

Out & About With Linden by...

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike headline Newcastle electronic music fest

It's gonna be 'taps aff in Times Square' time in Newcastle, England on Bank Holiday Monday, May 5th, when Northern Lights stages its...

It's hoped that the initiative will boost Tokyo's status as a 24-hour city...

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Tourism Foundation have announced a new initiative to support the city's nightlife industry in a bid to boost...

Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes, known mononymously Linden, spent the ‘90s capturing the queer clubbing scene in the north of England on his camera. Now his...

Throughout the 1990s, Stuart Linden Rhodes was a teacher by day and a writer and photographer covering the north’s gay clubbing scene at night. In...

Slowly but surely, dance music in northern England is rebuilding, and the past year has encouraged some promoters to rethink how they can make clubs...

“The clubs are coming back, pass it on!”

Like a whisper rippling through a crowd, excitement is mounting as venues prepare to reopen their doors...

history-of-bassline

From its beginnings in Yorkshire clubs to becoming a nationwide dance music phenomenon and chart success, the bassline sound has survived and thrived, despite the efforts of the police and club licensing authorities. Matt Anniss charts its rise, fall, resurgence and influence on a new generation of DJs, producers and ravers

A quarter of a century ago, a record slipped out on Rumour Records that would change the course of UK dance music history. Created by...

Todd Edwards is a house and garage veteran whose signature productions have lit up dancefloors for decades, and whose collaborations with Daft Punk sit in...

Every genre has a resident ‘“nice guy”, but it’s doubtful that they come nicer than Todd Edwards.

Todd has been an effervescent presence in dance...

After discovering videos of rapid-fire MCs spitting in Portuguese over baile funk-flavoured beats, London DJ and Butterz co-founder Elijah linked up with Brazilian artists CESRV...

In 2012 Japan hosted the Club World Cup, where the winners of that year’s Champions League played the winners of equivalent tournaments from every continent...

Nottingham's rich musical heritage has always had a raw edge, from punk rock to acid and rap. That spirit lives on in a new generation...

128 miles north from the bright lights of London lies Nottingham. A vibrant creative community, Nottingham’s musical heritage has not just survived, but evolved, and...

The Sound Of: Me Me Me

Though a clear reflection of his taste in music, Newcastle’s Me Me Me label isn’t all about its founder, Man Power. Alongside a mix from its hard-to-define and easy-to-love catalogue, the DJ and producer tells Kristan J Caryl about the imprint’s focus on bringing artists together

“There’s nothing quite like the collapse of society to make you contemplate how self-interested you may have been,” says Man Power in the first week...

Amon Tobin's evolved "Two Fingers" project

Amon Tobin started out experimenting with a double cassette player and ended up piloting the world's most mind-blowing live show.

From her label to her radio show to her MoodRAW and MoodZONE events, Nicole Moudaber has emerged as techno’s most tireless ambassador. DJ Mag North...

Nicole Moudaber loves to keep moving. Everything about the DJ, producer and label boss evokes constant motion, from her propulsive, percussive music to her trademark...

Major cities have long been the central hubs for dance music, in part thanks to their appeal to travelling DJs and fans. With coronavirus massively...

What a difference 12 months makes. This time last year you might have been making travel plans for Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), getting final kicks...

It’s true that house music would still exist if Marshall Jefferson hadn’t been around to guide it — but it’s equally correct to say that without Jefferson...

Memories fade over time, and what memories remain become more and more shaded by personal experiences and personal interests. That helps to explain, in part, why the story of...

New BBC documentary explores the power of music for people living with dementia

A new BBC documentary is set to explore how music can help people living with dementia.


It follows increased research in recent years into the...