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The finest dance moments from the Balkan answer to Glastonbury... 

What began as a student protest against an authoritarian government in 2000 is now one of Europe's festival crown jewels, welcoming almost 200,000 people each year. July is calling already, so we run through some of the finest electronic moments from this storied history...

AVA Festival & Conference 2019
AVA Festival & Conference 2019

Alfresco Festival, AVA Festival & Conference, Wigflex City Festival... 

Just some of the biggest tracks we heard at Coachella 2019...

Coachella celebrated its 20th anniversary this year with back-to-back weekends of sounds from the world’s best musicians and DJs. The 2019 roster of talent offered dance fans perhaps the festival's most comprehensive electronic music lineup to date, from mainstream bops to dubstep drops and indie-leaning grooves to techno thrashers. We've compiled a list of just some of the biggest tracks we heard at the festival...

Words: Jaime Sloane

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From hammering techno to trippy deep house, here's April 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

House and techno to be celebrated in four films released this weekend
House and techno to be celebrated in four films released this weekend

The collaborative project between Frieze and Gucci include documentaries on acid house and Italo-disco...

A characteristically soulful portrait of drum & bass consisting exclusively of his own catalogue as part of our Fresh Kicks mix series...

New Zealand's Ryan Quinlivan – DJ, producer, designer and all-round polymath – offers a characteristically soulful portrait of drum & bass consisting exclusively of his own catalogue as part of our Fresh Kicks mix series...

Are camera phones at live events killing the vibe?

Research suggests camera-phone usage at clubs and festivals is unpopular – but only when other people are doing it. But if we all find phones on the dancefloor so annoying, why do we keep filming?

Nairobi's Slikback blends footwork, grime and more to electrfying, unique effect...

 

Championed by Uganda's Nyege Nyege festival, and now breaking ground across Europe, Nairobi-born, Kampala-based Slikback blends footwork, grime and more to electrfying, unique effect...

For On Cue’s debut edition, Miami-born, NY-based DJ/producer Jubilee delivers a special Magic City mix...

On Cue is our newly relaunched flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. For its debut edition, Miami-born, NY-based DJ/producer Jubilee delivers a special Magic City mix...

We investigate how dance music is taking over the world of gaming — and vice-versa...

The past 12 months have seen the worlds of dance music and gaming intertwine like never before, with major real-life DJs hosting in-game concerts. Sian Bradley explores how these collaborations create unique experiences for users and new publicity and sales opportunities for artists...

WORDS: Sian Bradley 

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