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Club Q

At least five people have been killed in a shooting at Colorado LGBTQ+ nightclub Club Q after an attacker opened fire in the club on...

Whole Fest

This year’s Whole Festival marked the biggest underground electronic music-focused queer festival on the planet, bringing together LGBTQ+ collectives, artists and ravers from around the globe. Marke Bieschke heads to Germany to find out how Whole has created a world of its own

In its fourth incarnation, delayed two years due to the pandemic, this year’s Whole: United Queer Festival is the hot ticket for LGBTQ+ folks from...

Queer clubbing community to hold protest to 'Save Kink Spaces' in Tower Hamlets next week

A protest organised by parts of London's queer clubbing community is to take place outside Tower Hamlets Town Hall next week, under the banner of...

PXSSY PALACE announce debut festival, Overflo

PXSSY PALACE are set to launch their first festival, Overflo.


The one-day gathering is "a celebration of queer culture" and will take place on Sunday...

Earlier this month, the UK's largest LGBTQ+ club night Sink The Pink hosted its last ever party at Printworks London. DJ Mag visited the Surrey...

Three decades of Trade: celebrating 30 years of boundary breaking LGBTQ+ raving

The fierce LGBTQ+ party Trade was the UK’s first legal after-hours club event, opening at 3am and closing at 9am. It laid the groundwork for a new on-and-on party culture, while its sexual and gender diversity was a forerunner for today’s queer club scene. As it celebrates its 30th anniversary, and prepares for its 24-hour birthday party at Egg London, Joe Roberts speaks to some of its regular DJs, designers and founder Laurence Malice about Trade's boundary-breaking legacy

It’s Sunday afternoon, 16th March 2008, and the dancefloor of Turnmills is packed with dancers in varying states of undress. Watching over them, grinning maniacally...

UK’s largest LGBTQ+ club night Sink The Pink announces final event at Printworks

Sink The Pink have announced their final event at Printworks.


After 14 years, the UK's largest LGBTQ+ club night will come to an end following...

Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes, known mononymously Linden, spent the ‘90s capturing the queer clubbing scene in the north of England on his camera. Now his...

Throughout the 1990s, Stuart Linden Rhodes was a teacher by day and a writer and photographer covering the north’s gay clubbing scene at night. In...

Teenage bass music producer and DJ Moore Kismet hopes to flip the script on their scene, and showcase how power stems from breaking the mould...

Unicorns are famously hard to find. The majestic creatures symbolise magic, and in legends of yore, anyone lucky enough to spot one was rewarded with...

Body Movements, the UK’s first queer electronic music festival, took place in London’s Hackney Wick last weekend. Helmed by DJ Saoirse and Clayton Wright, and...

In the beginning there was the Beat, and the Beat was with Hackney Wick, London on Saturday, 9th October — as was the weather. A...

Unorthodox Events and Queer Rave are two club-nights that are creating new spaces for LGBTQ+ people in the drum & bass/jungle scene. Jack Ramage speaks...

The UK drum & bass and jungle scene lacks queer visibility. While issues like gender diversity and whitewashing have, in recent years, become the focus...

DJ Mag are providing sponsorship for a dance music-focused project

AZ Mag have opened the applications for their Creative Fund initiative.

Over the past five years, AZ have created a self-funded, award-nominated online community. Since...