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The past, present & future of the most important festival in the Balkans...

Exit isn't a festival, it's a movement. Held each year in a gargantuan fortress that sits atop Serbia’s second capital of Novi Sad, Exit is...

Popular DAW goes mobile

Steinberg’s most famous product Cubase hardly needs an introduction with many of the best tracks of the dance scene having being written and produced using this incredibly popular piece of software. The release of Cubasis for the iPad is going to make an awful lot of people in the world of music very happy indeed.

A Basement, a Red Light District and a Feeling

DJ Mag hit the Amsterdam Dance Event where the Dutch spirit of libertarianism has helped turn it's DJs, producers and clubs into a world beating force...

The sun was scorching, the crowd was screaming and the music was blasting. The scene was set for 2009's Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park.

The two-day extravaganza featured some of the biggest names in dance music and hip-hop. Saturday's dance driven line-up had over 35,000 attendees while Sunday's hip-hop...

Getting down to techno and psy-trance in deepest Leicestershire

Continuously growing since its successful debut in 2012, Noisily Festival’s fourth year compelled 3000 free-spirited festival goers to gather in the woods of Noseley Hall...

Our clubbers' guide to Glastonbury, the mother of all festivals...

When millions tuned into the BBC to watch Mary J Blige cry her eyes out on the Pyramid Stage on the BBC last month —...

From grave to rave! Bloc rose to return to its spiritual home for its first festival since its infamously ill-fated attempt in 2012. So how...

It’s the wee small hours of a Monday morning in March. As most of Britain sleeps in preparation for what will probably be another mundane...

Another year, another fantastic Outlook!

Every year, 16,000 or so bass music fans make the pilgrimage from all over the world to a small coastal town in Pula, Croatia for...

New world order

Glastonbury isn't a festival, it's a settlement. Twice the size of Bath, it's more like a refugee camp for society's arty and most liberal than...

Victoria Park, London on Saturday 8th June

Thunder and heavy downpours at 11am is not a good sign on the day of a summer festival. Nor is a forecast predicting rain until...

<p>We get our shuffle on at Found Festival, before getting carried away..</p>

First rule of the day: never trust a weather app. When we rock up to the entrance of the very pretty, delicately pristine and rather...

The climactic closing party

Having garnered a reputation as one of London's — if not Europe's — leading Sunday day parties, Secretsundaze have lined up two pioneering figures in...

Oval Space, London

If there's one particular 'crew' within the world of house and techno that always seems to spark a wave of excitement and anticipation when they announce they'll be throwing a party in London (or anywhere else for that matter), it's the Innervisions gang.

Control Serato direct from you iPad

DJ technology is moving forward at an incredible pace and is changing everything around us including the way people play music and how DJs bring those tunes to the masses.

Notting Hill Carnival's CMC Matrix Stage

Junglists are you ready?