The UK producer was part of Cause4Concern and owner of Red Light Records
A cryptic post was shared by the venue ahead of its New Year's Eve party
L U C Y delivers a high-energy hour of bass heavy cuts
Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, London-based L U C Y delivers a high-energy hour of bass heavy cuts, and chats to Dhruva Balram about not being restricted by genre and starting with a clean slate in 2020
The best dance music films of the decade
As part of DJ Mag's round-up of all the best in dance music in 2019, and in the 2010s, we decided to spotlight some of the best in film, too. Here are some of the finest documentaries and feature films about dance music from this decade: from EDM superstars and journalistic storytelling, to fantastical madness and introspective works about community, politics and resistance
With Miller Genuine Draft
DJ Mag visit the Hungarian capital city for Miller Music Amplified, an exceptional three day music event featuring DJ sets, live music and performance art in addition to a headline set from international super-producer Mark Ronson
We join BULLDOG Gin at Iceland Airwaves festival
DJ Mag takes in Iceland Airwaves – in partnership with our friends at BULLDOG Gin – a long-running music festival focussing on homegrown talent and international acts, taking over a number of venues across Reykjavik; from tiny open-mic style stages to full-on theatres and 1,000-cap venues...
Where are your favourite places to party in the world?
Marcel Dettmann, Avalon Emerson, Midland and lots more will play across four floors
It's the biggest party night of the year...
It's time to wipe the slate clean, sort of. The champagne is on ice, the days have been booked off work. All you need to do is pick a party.
Watch our live streams in association with BULLDOG Gin
UK clubbing institution BUGGEDOut! are celebrating their 25th year in the business. DJ Mag joined BULLDOG Gin for the birthday celebrations at London’s epic Printworks