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Tomorrowland_David_Guetta_2018

Dixon, Monika Kruse, Tiga and more confirmed with 106 days to go until kick off…

Martin Garrix Loopers collaboration
Martin Garrix Loopers collaboration

Will it be worth the wait..? 

Listen to sets from Eric Prydz, Armin, Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, more
Listen to sets from Eric Prydz, Armin, Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, more

Plus David Guetta, Tiesto, Dubfire and many more...

Ultra Music Festival by EarthCam: Watch
Ultra Music Festival by EarthCam: Watch

Giving ravers a bird’s-eye view all weekend long…

Carl Cox and Martin Garrix documentary is available to watch today
Carl Cox and Martin Garrix documentary is available to watch today

The film features Tiësto, David Guetta, Afrojack, Paul Oakenfold, Seth Troxler and more…

Yesterday (Wednesday 21st March), DJ Mag hosted our annual Miami Music Week pool party at the Surfcomber on Collins Avenue in sunny South Beach. Underground acts including Ellen Allien, Camelphat, Mat.Joe, YOTTO, and recent DJ Mag UK cover star The Black Madonna, took over in the daytime, while Lost Frequencies, Alan Walker, Fedde Le Grand, Claptone and special guests Nervo took charge of the evening session. Here's 34 insanely amazing snaps from Miami’s best pool party...

Photos: Gemma Parker

 

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Our annual roundup of the wettest and wildest parties you can’t afford to miss this Miami season…

Martin Garrix and Carl Cox's documentary 'What We Started' gets a release date
Martin Garrix and Carl Cox's documentary 'What We Started' gets a release date

Out this March…

Australian twin sister-duo NERVO is already having what looks to be one of their biggest and busiest years to date. Gearing up for their return to Miami Music Week, the beautiful Liv and Mim drive headfirst toward another wild run under the sun. DJ Mag hopped in the backseat with them to hear their thoughts on women empowerment and their real feelings about the EDM bubble burst...

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