The psy-trance phenomenon shows no sign of slowing down: DJmag.com caught up with the organiser of the massive Sonica festival in Italy.
Dance fans and clubbers at festivals this summer will be urged to join a campaign to help the fight against Aids/HIV.
Chicago's local authorities are supporting the city's first ever house music festival: DJmag.com interviewed the festival's organisers.
Exit festival in Serbia is a mammoth celebration of dance and rock music. This year will feature 600 performances over the three days.
Booka Shade are this issue's coverstars. DJmag chatted to them about their upcoming album, and playing live.
The Trance Awards for 2006 have been put back, so that its organisers Godskitchen can concentrate on their big Hi:Fi Festival.
Glastonbury ain't happening this year, but in 2007 its organisers hope to increase the capacity to 173,000. Massive!
The Middle East is not exactly where you'd expect to find trance raves. But Eqyptian DJ duo Aly & Fila are working hard to promote the region's trance scene.
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.