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One of Britain's most important clubs will close in June. It will reopen under a new name, and new ownership.

The line-up for the last dance festival of the summer has been announced. This year Creamfields has moved location.

Detroit's Jimmy Edgar is an exciting producer and DJ that's pushing the boundaries of electronic and pop music. DJmag.com chatted to him about sex, drugs, and detroit.

Every DJ at some point, will have to play to an empty room. Here's DJmag.com tips on how to survive those quiet nights.

Dirt Crew are desperate to inject some soul and emotion into German electronic music. DJmag.com chatted to them about the state of the German club scene, and drugs.

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.

French DJ and producer Monsieur Dimitri From Paris was in the States last weekend, and agreed to keep a diary for DJmag.com.

Rex The Dog usually refuses to give interviews - he struggles with human. But after some persuasion (biscuits), he agreed to speak to DJmag.com.

Filterfunk 'S.O.S.' will probably be one of the biggest dance records of the year. Watch the video for it here.

New York's Robbi is one of the city's most important dance music players, having promoted some of the best parties for over 11 years. DJmag.com exclusive interview.

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