Matthew Dear, under the guise of Audion, has created one the year's biggest dancefloor destroyers.
DJmag reader Martin Bell bagged himself the 'Most Innovative DJ Product', after voting in the 2006 Tech Awards, which means he walked out of our awards ceremony with an Allen & Heath Xone:3D!
The votes are in, now it's time for the serious business of the awards party. This year it's at Fabric in London.
Gabriel Ananda has created one of the summer's dopest tracks. 'Doppelwhipper' kicks ass, dude.
Technology goon DJ James Zabiela revealed to DJmag.com his current dancefloor destroyer, his secret weapon, haha...
Lee Burridge will invade New York, LA, and Mexico City this Autumn as his 365 world tour enters its final stage.
Steve Lawler, Judge Jules, Matt Hardwick, and Eddy Temple-Morris reveal their top tips for putting on a club night.
Clubbers in Brighton and Hove had their nights ruined recently, after police launched an operation involving 'voluntary' drug tests.
A clubber died of a drug overdose during DJ Tiësto's recent high-profile concert in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Glastonbury ain't happening this year, but in 2007 its organisers hope to increase the capacity to 173,000. Massive!