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concert-goers Not Impossible Labs
concert-goers Not Impossible Labs

The kit uses vibrations to create the experience of different instruments on the body…

Calvin Harris' picture now hangs in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Calvin Harris' picture now hangs in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Note— it's not this picture... 

From 25th - 29th July, Vancouver's CURRENT: Feminist Electronic Art Symposium will present a huge range of female and non-binary talent ranging from ferocious techno DJ sets and experimental live sets to art installations, talks and workshops. We caught up with the organisers and some of the artists on the bill to learn to learn about the power and significance of such an event for the local scene...

Greg Wilson 25 DJ Mag
Greg Wilson 25 DJ Mag

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

Berlin’s techno superstar Paul Kalkbrenner is back with a new LP that pays tribute to the city’s halcyon early rave days. We find out more about how he avoids the limelight, his obsessive work ethic and his love of early dance sounds...

Words: STEPHEN FLYNN
Pics: OLAF HEINE

Together Amnesia
Together Amnesia

The Chase & Status-fronted night kick-started its season in style…

Gideön is hosting a marathon shindig at Soho Radio to protest Donald Trump’s UK Visit in July...

As a DJ/producer of dark, harrowing sound, the head honcho of the multidisciplinary 6dimensions label, and founder of one the UK's most influential parties, LOST, Steve Bicknell's significance to the underground cannot be understated. Ahead of his Detroit debut this weekend, he steps up for his DJ Mag Podcast with a mix of enveloping, relentless techno and electro...

Dance Inc tackles the issue of toilets in clubs
Dance Inc tackles the issue of toilets in clubs

The episode’s title is Theme from Q: The Toilet Episode...

 

The Dim Mak founder called on male DJs to “step aside to make room for women DJs and women producers on festivals”...

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