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Low-end bass makes people dance more, according to a new report from a group of neuroscientists published in the Current Biology journal.


The new study...

Set on a Welsh permaculture farm

Timedance boss Batu is curating a new festival in 2020, En Masse. 

The Bristol-based UK techno and bass don is taking charge of programming for...

Featuring tracks from the LP, Gremlinz, Conduct, Lewis James and more...

Sully joins the DJ Mag Bunker crew on the podcast this month to discuss his new album 'Escape' for Keysound Recordings ahead of the launch...

Introducing our new bass-heavy live stream and party...

Need some more bass in your place? Well, we’ve got you covered!

DJ Mag Bunker is a brand new event and live stream, bringing the...

Find out who won best producer & best DJ

Low frequency lovers gathered at the Ministry of Sound over the weekend for the big reveal of the winners of the 2015 Bass Music Awards...

It's on 12th November at London’s Ministry of Sound

Low frequency lovers get excited, as this year’s edition of the Bass Music Awards is almost upon us! The awards ceremony that celebrates the artists...

Weighty as they come mix from dubstep pioneer Matt-U + Q&A

To celebrate the debut release of his new label, Bad Seed Audio, Matt-U has given us a brilliant exclusive mix full to bursting with his...

The Submotion Orchestra producer and DJ supplies us with this brilliant mix...

Ruckspin is Submotion Orchestra's main producer and one half of bass music duo Author, with Jack Sparrow. With numerous collaborative projects as well as his...

The Levelz crew kidnapped one of our writers for a day of Mancunian mayhem...

In what was one of the best PR campaigns we've seen in recent years, Levelz - a collective of MCs, DJs and producers hailing from Manchester...

Mao Ra Sun provide a groove infused journey through the soul with this exclusive mix

Mao Ra Sun are a Brightonian duo centered around soulful, bassy electronic music. Having released their debut single 'Ways Of Seeing' earlier this year to...

The prolific Dutch trio give us an exclusive first look at a track off their new EP...

You could say Noisia have been pretty busy the last couple of years. Two Kraantje Pappie albums, an I Am Legion album and tour, remixes...

DJ Mag review of Ivy Lab's incredible new night in North London

20/20 is a fresh new night set up by Ivy Lab, a drum and bass collective consisting of Sabre, Stray and Halogenix. The event promises...

DJ Mag takes an exclusive look at Millions Like Us' brilliant new EP...

Responsible for the success of acts such as Gemini, KOAN Sound and Culprate, Inspected is one of the most revered UK bass music labels on...

We're digging the psychedelic hip-hop and dub funk vibes of Mauritian-English Mo Kolours...

“I think with electronic music and modern day ideas about mastering and all these processes, people want to get rid of the background noise and...

Our label of the month

Who's behind it?
The label was founded by Kazim Kazim Kazim and Andy Lemay. “One golden, one brown. One big mouth, one with loads of...

'What I Want'.

Act of the moment Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo ready their latest single, available to stream in the run up to its release on 30th September.

At October's Make Me party

For the October installment of techno club night Make Me, Ben UFO takes to the stage for an exclusive 7 hour set.

The DJ and...

Sick basslines aplenty

Breakbeat and bass music badman ILS is a master of baleful bassline building. Here he hips us on how he transformed Prof Green's 'Remedy' into a low-end beast...

Fourth instalment of Stanton Warriors' mix series

12 years and two wildly successful instalments later and the Stantons are back with Stanton Session IV. The album segues cuts from the Warriors themselves with fresh edits of tracks from A1 Bassline, Bingo Players, Plump DJs and DJ Icey - all tightly weaved together with aforementioned Stanton's sound.

Southampton's reaction to the bass music explosion, every thursday

As rolling eyes clock the camouflage draped ceilings with bug-eyed ravers lining the leather clad walls the new soundtrack of future house and bass that fills the dancefloor marks the arrival of Junk's latest night Bang Bang. Arguably the South’s answer to Fabric and the proud nominees of DJ Mag’s Best Of British Best Small Club Award are excited to offer their latest take on the ever-evolving dance culture. As Junk director Louis Lawrence describes the new addition to the Junk family, “The music is slightly more underground/future-sounding. It spans more than just house music; we’ve coined it 'Future Beats & Bass'”.