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The team behind the iconic festival installation said they were "humbled"

Eight host college locations to be decided via an online contest

It's part of the latest coronavirus "road map" announced by Boris Johnson

UNIIQU3 delivers July's Recognise, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast

Returning after a pause due to the impact of coronavirus, Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. Known as the Queen of Jersey club, UNIIQU3 delivers July's instalment, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast. A key figure in Jersey club’s second wave, she also speaks to DJ Mag's digital editor Rob McCallum about her rise in the scene, its influence on mainstream dance music, and building a future for her community

The city will have its own airport and currency

Get acquainted with New York duo, Memba...

From New York City, NY, USA

For Fans Of: Luca Lush, Mura Masa, What So Not

THREE TUNES: ‘Vexed,’ ‘Schools Out’, ‘Xilla!’

DJ and multi-instrumentalist GRiZ reflects on the personal journey that has led up to his sixth album...

Outspoken and self-reflective, GRiZ is back with his sixth studio LP, ‘Ride Waves’. DJ Mag met the Detroit star recently to talk life's highs and lows, and the somber moments and kick-ass party anthems of his best work to date...

Lead pic: Jason Siegel

Calls for electronic music to replace classical in school music lessons
Calls for electronic music to replace classical in school music lessons

Move over Mozart, Stormzy is where exams should be... 

A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process...

A new crop of charity record labels has sprung up in the UK and France, donating their entire profitshare to worthy causes, and fighting poverty and inequality in the process. DJ Mag talks to the label owners, and asks whether dance music is doing enough to help those less fortunate...

Words: Matt Anniss

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