German trance superstar ATB will play a set in London for the first time in six years, for a Polish clubnight.
DJmag.com's Middle-Eastern correspondent Wajih Halawa reports on the region's growing dance scene, and from the area's most important clubs.
With a strong underground scene, and new parties popping up every week, London it seems, is still the capital of clubland.
It may be bonkers, but happy hardcore is one of the most popular sounds in dance music, and 2006 looks like it could be the best ever for the genre. DJmag.com investigates...
Following the special souvenir Danny Rampling issue of DJmag, guest editor Danny inteviews Layo & Bushwacka!. Extra questions not in the magazine.
London club Turnmills has launched an innovative, interactive online fanzine, that highlights its new club projects for 2006.
Could a panel of industry professionals tell the difference between the different compressed audio formats of mp3, AAC, WMA, and Vorbis? DJmag put five experts to the test through the infamous system at London club Fabric.
The End celebrates its tenth birthday this year. Listen to a recording of Laurent Garnier's first ever eight hour set from the club, and win tickets to its week-long festival.
Ministry Of Sound has been fighting to remain credible in the last few years. It's been struggling, but a change in its Friday night's music policy could help the club's image.
Malaysia will host a huge dance festival in its capital city in August, an event that signals the beginnings of a Southeast Asian neo-club revolution.