Spotify has revealed the top 15 most-streamed dance songs of 2017 — and not unsurprisingly it's an all EDM affair.
Taking the number one spot is The Chainsmokers' 'Something Just Like This', with the US duo scoring three tracks in the top 15, including the duo's 'Paris' at number three and 'Closer' at number 7.
Elsewhere, the number two spot went to Kygo for his Selena Gomez collaboration 'It Ain't Me'.
Martin Garrix's collaboration with Dua Lipa, 'Scared To Be Lonely', saw the two-time Top 100 DJs winner just miss out on the top five, placing at number 6.
Pete Tong reckons the dance music market in the US and Europe has "peaked" but "no one wants to say it too loudly," declared the Radio 1 DJ during a recent interview with Billboard Magazine.
He doesn't reckon there will be a crash, though, but rather a slowdown that's more like a "puncture".
Space owner Pepe Roselló is a living legend. One of the most jovial (and powerful) men in dance music today, DJ Mag Ibiza has the chance to meet up with the famous club-owner for a quick chat, to talk saying goodbye, lessons learned, and some of Pepe’s favourite memories from Space...
Put simply: Carl Cox is the man. He's been the island's top dog for close to two decades, plus running respected techno imprint Intec Digital, and spending at least half the year at his sprawling property in Australia.
There is one story told by Simon Shackleton which perfectly crystallises his status as the polar opposite of the stereotyped ‘Hollywood DJ’, all champagne-spraying, crowd-surfing, cake-throwing personality chasm.
Anticipation continues to mount for the new album from Justice, as the pair have shared potential artwork and a title, 'Woman', via Twitter.
It's been almost a year since Ed Banger boss, Busy P, broke the news that the 'D.A.N.C.E.' duo were back in the studio, and already several months since they shared new single 'Safe and Sound' (which you can stream at the bottom of the page).
Back then, in July, the pair told BBC Radio 1 host Annie Mac that they were almost finished, saying: "It's just our impatience. We thought it would be a shame not to give it to the world."
After meeting in Ibiza over a decade ago, James Rial and Richard Burkinshaw formed Audiojack — a collaborative production/DJ project that’s seen them travel the globe and establish their thriving imprint, Gruuv.
Originally hailing from Leeds, the duo moved out to the White Isle full-time several years ago, where they now spin every Sunday at intimate, locals-only rave cave Club Veto on Sundays, plus continue to spearhead releases from the likes of A1 Bassline, H.O.S.H and Cera Alba for their label.
Joseph Capriati is the rapidly-rising Italian techno star who's broadened his sound out for Ibiza to inject more groove into it. Leaving behind the Music On night with Marco Carola at Amnesia on the White Isle, he's teamed up with Jamie Jones for some dates at Paradise at DC10 this summer — playing some back-to-back sets with the Hot Creations man in the process — and has been busy setting up his own new label and touring the world.
When Will Saul set up a little off-shoot to his Simple label with Ninja Tune artist Fink way back in 2006, it’s doubtful either of them imagined it would become the hive of underground talent it is today. Beginning life with a roster of just two (Fink, under his Sideshow alias, and Lee Jones) the label scored key releases from the likes of Joy Orbison, George FitzGerald and Dusky before becoming a regular haunt for fast-rising talents such as Midland and Huxley.