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If anyone knows how to throw a party for WMC it's Robbie Rivera, whose Nikki Beach partyathon is one of the juiciest gigs during conference week. And his free covermount CD this issue will get your mouth watering.

French electro team Justice are preparing for a full-scale assault on the USA. The hottest production team on Earth, they're going all out to win over hearts, minds and feet in the States, taking in the massive Ultra festival along the way. DJmag tracks them down to find out why the States is just the next stop in their campaign for world domination.

And give us the lowdown on this year's Amsterdam Dance Event!

Whatever kind of music you produce, from gnarly hard house to deep underground techno, minimal to electronic hip-hop, <b>DJTRX</b> is for you.

Miami, watch out. Radio1 are due to drop the bomb again. Their presence at this year's event will be the most momentous yet, with killer DJ sets transmitted live from the beatific environs of the Surfcomber Hotel...

With the Amsterdam Dance Event almost here, DJmag.com caught up with the geezer who runs it, to discuss why it's worth going.

The Amsterdam Dance Event is Europe's premier dance music meeting. Here's DJmag.com's guide to this year's event.

The US dance industry will be camped out in Las Vegas for the next five days. The city is hosting its first ever electronic music conference.

San Francisco's Loveparade has been cancelled. Is this the end of dance politics in the US? DJmag.com spoke to its organisers to find out.

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