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COVID-19 and Brexit lead to rise in fake MDMA circulation, study finds

A rise in fake MDMA in the UK is being caused by supply chain issues fuelled by Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing police crackdowns...

The Australian study surveyed festivalgoers at six music festivals in New South Wales that took place between November 2019 and March 2020

A new study carried out in Australia has found that the presence of police at music festivals can lead some attendees to "panic overdose", by...

Produced by Black Milk and taken from the forthcoming tenth album, which will land next year

Cypress Hill have shared a new track, 'Open Ya Mind', complete with video. 

The song, which was produced by Black Milk, is taken from the...

Shocked by the spate of accidental opioid overdoses in the US clubbing community, DJ and producer Lauren Flax decided to take action. With the help of healthcare professionals and...

Around 150 people every day, or six people every hour, died from a synthetic opioid overdose in the United States last year. The total...

Public urination is thought to be a key contributor to the situation

MDMA and cocaine traces in the River Whitelake, which runs next to Glastonbury Festival, are threatening local wildlife, according to a new environmental report based...

The blue Tesla-emblazoned pills are believed to be highly dangerous

Warnings have been issued in a number of UK cities about a batch of "extremely strong" blue pills emblazoned with the Tesla logo that are...

As healthier lifestyles have become more prevalent in the dance music industry, some have turned to the legal compound CBD for its benefits. But who uses it...

It’s Monday morning, and the painful cocktail of a weekend club life and weekday deadlines hits hard. Focus seems impossible and every platform is bleeping with requests; email...

From back-to-back travel and navigating unknown places, to the thrill of peak time raving and the low of the next day, touring DJs lead lives...

My previous DJing career took me all over the world in the early ’00s. Back then, I would always go to the after party —...

The 'Skype' pills contain up to three times the regular dose of MDMA... 

Five people have been left “critically ill” after Parklife festival due to high-strength ecstasy, leading police to issue a warning. 

The 'Skype' tablets are said...

He was arrested in early October on suspicion of MDMA possession...

David Morales has been released by Japanese authorities without charge following his arrest this month on suspicion of drug possession.

In early October, the US...

The substance is infamous... 

Prince's toxicology report shows “a pretty clear smoking gun”, according to Associated Press, which obtained a copy of the document. 

Several experts have stated that...

Events have support from police to help protect users... 

A number of UK festivals, including giant double-event Reading and Leeds, have announced plans to introduce safe drug testing spaces for punters this summer.

Head...

Thanks, science!

A new study undertaken at McGill University in Canada has found that music stimulates the same part of the brain as sex, drugs and food...

B. Traits is bringing some bass to your face, Ibiza! We talk about her summer plans...

Tell us a bit about growing up in Canada…
I’m from a really small town in the countryside on the west side of Canada, about...

Are clubs doing enough to combat dodgy drugs?

As The Warehouse Project unroll plans for drugs testing at Victoria Warehouse following a fatality at the club, we ask: are clubs doing enough to protect clubbers from dodgy drugs?

Following drug-related fatality

The death of a 30-year-old man 'after ingesting contaminated drugs' at The Warehouse Project launch weekend has prompted the Manc promoters to stage a press conference tomorrow.

Live techno act speaks about drug addiction and Aspergers diagnosis

Live house and techno act Saytek has spoken out about his years as a drug addict and his recent diagnosis with Aspergers.

In a revealing...