Trance supremo Tiësto is still one of the world's biggest DJs - his upcoming gig at Brixton Academy has sold out.
Crosstown Rebels' Matthew Styles is this month's pick for deck stardom. He's done an exclusive mix for DJmag, check it out here!
British house superstar Sasha will headline this year's TDK Cross Central festival in London's Kings Cross, alongside some of the best underground dance talent around.
Groove Armada's Lovebox Weekender is another excuse to strip off in the park, and catch some of the best dance music acts al-fresco. Here's the line-up for 2006!
DJmag.com caught up with breakbeat maestro Ali B to discuss the future of breaks, how technology is affecting DJing, and his parties in London.
Eleven people arrested for drug offences as 200 police raid south London club The Fridge.
Techno, trance, and house DJs will perform at this year's South West Four dance party on London's Clapham Common.
DJmag.com exclusively reveals the Top 50 Clubs in the World 2006, as voted for by 600 international DJs.
Scratch supremo Jazzy Jay will be in the UK this week, demonstrating his immense scratching skills on digital interface Serato Scratch.
Ministry Of Sound opened its first Minibar at the end of March in Harrogate, north England. It marks the beginning of a revolution for Britain's high streets.