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DJ Mag investigates if vinyl-only is good for the dance music industry...

Vinyl is more popular than it’s been in years, and wax-only labels are seen as some of the best in dance music. But is our obsession with records all it’s cracked up to be — or is it just an exclusive club? We talk to DJs and label owners to find out more...

The Prodigy announce new tour
The Prodigy announce new tour

Fans in Chicago, New York, Washington, New Orleans, Dallas and Atlanta take note... 

Judge dismisses lawsuit attempting to stop Ultra
Judge dismisses lawsuit attempting to stop Ultra

Rapture Festival now has one last chance to amend its claim or withdraw it completely... 

Defected is one of the great success stories of British dance music...

For 20 years, Simon Dunmore's Defected has been dedicated to the finest in house music, from its label and numerous associated imprints, to its events and festivals. Still, it hasn’t all been plain sailing — Defected has traversed choppy waters to become the super-brand it is today. DJ Mag talks to Dunmore about his house history, adaptability and his approach to business... 

We find out the method behind the Crystal Method's madness...

The Crystal Method are one of the United States’ longest-standing dance music outfits, with a career that spans over two decades, thousands of gigs and many releases — but they haven’t done it alone. DJ Mag charts the group’s evolution, their multiple collaborators and prolific creative output ahead of their new LP, ‘The Trip Home’...

Catching up with some of the DJs and producers that you should keep an eye out for this year...

Having laid the groundwork last year, here are the five essential acts set to make 2019 their own...

We spoke to Roger Sanchez ahead of his return to spinning some eternal house anthems at Groove Cruise this week...

DJ Mag meets house music legend Roger Sanchez ahead of his (multiple!) headline sets at popular Miami festival Groove Cruise this week, to talk ultimate dancefloor anthems, celebrity dinner parties and what he's got coming up in 2019...

Are camera phones at live events killing the vibe?

New research suggests camera-phone usage at clubs and festivals is unpopular – but only when other people are doing it. But if we all find phones on the dancefloor so annoying, why do we keep filming?

prodigy
prodigy

It's their first string of American dates in eight years...

Is the dance music community ruining the planet?

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... The  state  of the  environment  has never been  worse, but could  dance music be contributing  to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin  Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture,  unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are  slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

The  state of the environment has never been worse, but could dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

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