With a strong underground scene, and new parties popping up every week, London it seems, is still the capital of clubland.
It may be bonkers, but happy hardcore is one of the most popular sounds in dance music, and 2006 looks like it could be the best ever for the genre. DJmag.com investigates...
Creamfields Buenos Aires is now the biggest Creamfields in the world. DJmag's South American correspondent Katrin Richter reports from the festival.
The End celebrates its tenth birthday this year. Listen to a recording of Laurent Garnier's first ever eight hour set from the club, and win tickets to its week-long festival.
DJmag.com catches up with one of dance music's youngest stars, 20-year-old John Dählback, to discuss family rivalries, and remixing Crazy Frog.
DJmag.com catches up with Canadian coverstar Tiga to discuss his favourite gadgets, rubbish records, and his own studio style.
DJmag.com catches up with the boys behind 'We Interrupt This Programme', one of the biggest dance tracks of the year.
Ministry Of Sound has been fighting to remain credible in the last few years. It's been struggling, but a change in its Friday night's music policy could help the club's image.
Malaysia will host a huge dance festival in its capital city in August, an event that signals the beginnings of a Southeast Asian neo-club revolution.
The Glade festival in the UK took place in the middle of July and was one of the most refreshing festivals DJmag has been to.