Meet the DJs and producers who picked up awards in 2016’s Top 100 DJs poll.
MARTIN GARRIX - THE WORLD’S NO.1 DJ
The prodigious Dutch star became the youngest ever Top 100 DJs winner, having shot to prominence off the back of his 2013 No.1 hit ‘Animals’.
ARMIN VAN BUUREN - HIGHEST TRANCE DJ
Armin Van Buuren has had more Top 100 DJs No.1 positions than any other DJ. Although he's no longer in the top spot, there is no doubting his position as the king of trance.
We Are FSTVL have revealed phase one of the line-up for its fifth anniversary, with the event set to take place from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th May 2017 in Upminster, London.
Carl Cox, Marco Carola, Sven Väth, Seth Troxler, Loco Dice, Jamie Jones, Dixon, Luciano, The Martinez Brothers, Solomun, Armand Van Helden and more top a bill that also includes Apollonia, Eats Everything, Jackmaster, Dubfire and Claptone.
The first phase announcement includes arenas by Circoloco, Jamie Jones’ Paradise, Space Ibiza, Defected, Defected’s Glitterbox, Diynamic, Hospitality and UKF.
Carl Cox and Jon Rundell have dropped a new mix compilation album entitled 'Pure Intec 3' on their Intec Digital imprint.
The 2CD release is the first in the series since 2004, and features some of the label's biggest names including Josh Wink, Nicole Moudaber, Misstress Barbara, Danny Serrano, Carlo Lio, Harvey McKay, Cristian Varela as well as Carl Cox and Jon Rundell.
Martin Garrix and Carl Cox are set to star in a new documentary titled What We Started, that chronicles the evolution of dance music in the United States over the last 30 years.
Co-written, produced and directed by Bert Marcus alongside Cyrus Saidi — whose previous titles include Teenage Paparazzo, How to Make Money Selling Drugs and Champs — Marcus has also roped in BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong as executive producer and music supervisor on the film.
Space Ibiza’s final closing party last Sunday (2nd October) brought the end of an era on the White Isle, and left a huge hole in Balearic clubbing.
Over 27 years, the venue has nurtured artists as wide ranging as Carl Cox, Alfredo, David Guetta, Steve Lawler, Roger Sanchez, David Morales, James Zabiela, Danny Tenaglia and countless more.
Over 60 of them had the opportunity to bid farewell to the iconic venue at the final Closing Fiesta, and for each it offered a chance to dig deep into the history of the club and crate dig for classics old and new.
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...
Space Ibiza closed its doors for the last time on Monday (3rd October), after a 20-hour closing party that saw the iconic nightspot go out on a delirious high.
With a 27-year long history at the forefront of electronic music on the White Isle, the island will never be the same again after the closure of Space, so a closing party fitting for the Playa d’en Bossa nightspot seemed like a gargantuan task.
Space Ibiza sadly closes its doors for the final time after this weekend, as owner Pepe Rosello comes to the end of his 27-year reign at the Balearic venue.
If you’re not lucky enough to be on the White Isle for tonight’s final shindig at the Playa d’en Bossa institution, you can watch the whole thing live on the stream below.
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.
On the brink of Space’s final ever Closing Fiesta, DJ Mag Ibiza asks Carl Cox to list the top ten tracks that will remind him of the famous super-club forever. From Daft Punk to Booka Shade, here’s the top ten tunes closest to Coxy’s heart...
“This is the track that started it all for Joris! It’s this massive, piano-driving tech-house monster, and it was breaking all dancefloors.”