Dance Here Now
Bulgaria is to host the first South East European Music Exhibition in May. It represents a new dawn for the region's burgeoning dance scene.
Electronic music conferences are taking place all over the world in 2006: Madrid & San Fran have announced they will host major events this summer.
Dirt Crew are desperate to inject some soul and emotion into German electronic music. DJmag.com chatted to them about the state of the German club scene, and drugs.
Ministry Of Sound opened its first Minibar at the end of March in Harrogate, north England. It marks the beginning of a revolution for Britain's high streets.
Producing music on computers ain't easy, so lucky for us Native Instruments have created a video tutorial about their software sampler Kontakt 2. Watch a clip here.
Every month DJ Lee Burridge sends DJmag.com his diary to reveal all the mishaps, shenanigans, and craziness from his '365' world tour. This month: Florence, Italy
DJmag.com's Middle-Eastern correspondent Wajih Halawa reports on the region's growing dance scene, and from the area's most important clubs.
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.
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.