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Ibiza's officials fine venues almost €1.4 million since 2017
Ibiza's officials fine venues almost €1.4 million since 2017

There were 345 complaints in the last two years... 

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Top 100 Clubs

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grime institutionalised racism
grime institutionalised racism

The findings come as a report is published into the UK's live music scene...

100k people sign petition supporting live music and festivals in Australia
100k people sign petition supporting live music and festivals in Australia

The petition is part of a campaign opposing oppressive licensing laws in New South Wales...

Amnesia-closure DJ Mag
Amnesia-closure DJ Mag

Recent inspections found that both clubs had made illegal structural alterations to increase capacity…

Mixcloud has launched a new subscription service, Select
Mixcloud has launched a new subscription service, Select

 John Digweed, Nicole Moudaber and Red Light Radio's channels are already signed up... 

Raves are on the rise in the  UK according to a new report
Raves are on the rise in the UK according to a new report

There were over 680 reports of raves of unlicensed and music events in 2017…

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Artists will also be stopped from playing "vulgar, obscene or banned songs"

New Tottenham spot The Cause is highlighting the cultural benefits of clubs through charity fundraising, homegrown talent and a true community atmosphere. DJ Mag asks whether this challenging of negative clubbing stereotypes could turn the tide of venue closures...

New Tottenham spot The Cause is highlighting the cultural benefits of clubs through charity fundraising, homegrown talent and a true community atmosphere. Simon Doherty asks whether this challenging of negative clubbing stereotypes could turn the tide of venue closures...

WORDS:  Simon Doherty

We look at the wider impact the The Warehouse Project’s “spiritual home” has had since first opening its doors for The Warehouse Project in 2007…

The Warehouse Project returned for its final year at its “spiritual home” of Store Street last weekend. DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor Rob McCallum looks at the wider impact the venue has had since first opening its doors for The Warehouse Project in 2007…

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