Miami Music Week kicked off in style last week, with thousands of electronic music lovers descending on the Florida city.
Check out our review of events below, as well as 31 insanely amazing photos from the week.
Action for the DJ Mag crew begins on Tuesday evening with Doorly & Friends at the 1 Hotel Rooftop, which involves some nifty back-to-back action with Skream, Kolsch and Solardo.
Secret Garden Party is going out with a bang in 2017 with this year’s festival set to be the last ever, and now a part of the event’s dance line-up has been revealed.
Jackmaster, Craig Richards and George FitzGerald will all feature across the four-day event, alongside sets from Soul Clap, Luke Solomon, Eats Everything and many more when the festival kicks off from 20th - 23rd July.
Dubfire, Seth Troxler and Jackmaster are amongst a host of top talent taking to the waves at this year's Miami Music Week thanks to Magnetic Groove Boat Parties!
Setting sail on party yacht, the Biscayne Lady, on Tuesday 21st March are Nick Warren and Hernan Cattaneo during the day, before Dubfire, Seth Troxler and Carl Craig team up for a nighttime session.
Jackmaster, Skream and Jasper James have announced they will host a boat party at Miami Music Week on Wednesday 22nd March.
The Mastermix Boat Party sets sail on The Biscayne Lady at 3pm UTC with an open bar, meaning free booze for all.
Earlier this month (February), Jackmaster blasted misogyny within the music industry in a series of tweets, in which he said, “The things that I heard said about females in the industry tonight were fucking not acceptable.
Jackmaster has blasted misogyny within the music industry in a series of angry tweets.
Speaking out last night (Sunday 5th February), the Scottish DJ said "the things that I heard said about females in the industry tonight were fucking not acceptable."
"It is way waaay too easy to be ignorant to the fact as a male DJ in a privileged position," he continued, before apologising for his "prior ignorance and silence on the subject."
Set to return to Brockwell Park on Saturday 12th August, Sunfall have revealed the festival's daytime billing including Larry Heard, Peggy Gou, Theo Parrish and Shanti Celeste.
Founded by team members from Phonox, XOYO and The Nest, along with Dimensions and Outlook festival, the line-up also includes Gilles Peterson, Move D and Jackmaster, plus live sets from Romare, Floating Points and Roy Ayers.
XOYO has revealed The Black Madonna (real name: Marea Stamper) will be the club's next resident DJ, running from 7th April to 30th June.
Beginning the 13-week series with an all-night-long "The Body Electric" performance based around electro, EBM, industrial and techno, the Chicago DJ will play solo twice more — first offering dub, hip-hop, Miami bass and jungle at her "These Are The Breaks" party on 5th May, before focussing on house and disco on the closing night of her residency, titled "Love Is The Message".
UPDATE: We are live blogging updates following the reported shootings at The BPM Festival.
The BPM Festival in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico has been hit by tragedy as multiple people have been reported dead and many more injured after shots were fired during the Elrow closing party at Blue Parrot in the early hours of this morning (Monday 16th January).
It’s Tuesday night in early October 2005 and Colin McBean is lying dead on an operating table at Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London.
Just under an hour ago, he felt the first murmurings of a massive heart attack whilst getting in bed. After being raced to hospital and rushed through triage, over the past few minutes his body has begun to shutdown entirely.
First his speech went, then his hearing, before he was deemed immobile, meaning prior to his heart stopping he had only been able to watch as the medical team frantically tried to save his life.
George Michael died on Christmas Day (25th December), as confirmed by his publicist.
The former Wham! singer was found on Christmas morning, having died from heart failure. His longtime manager reportedly stated that Michael “passed away peacefully at home”, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
His publicist later added, "It is with great sadness that we can confirm our beloved son, brother and friend George passed away peacefully at home over the Christmas period.