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Each resident will curate three events at the Hackney Wick club

London’s Colour Factory has announced its residents for 2022. 

The Hackney Wick club, in the space formerly held by Mick’s Garage, is kicking off the...

The full programme will run August to October and include mentorships, roundtables and a documentary production

A new South Asian-focused festival, Dialled In, has been announced for London this year, including a 1000-capacity day and night party at Uplands Business Park...

Ahadadream, DEBONAIR and more will DJ at London's Colour Factory to raise money for two causes

London collective Daytimers are organising their first live event in support of the ongoing COVID-19 relief effort in India.

An all-South Asian line-up of DJs...

The stream will raise funds for Khalsa Aid

A host of South-Asian DJs will play a 24-hour livestream in support of Indian farmer protests next weekend.

Amid the ongoing Indian farmers protest, where...

Over a decade since UK funky's initial peak, the growing popularity of percussive styles like gqom, kuduro and amapiano has sparked the interest of those...

Funky was that most intangible of British microscenes, built from a mesh of influences combining...

In our new regular feature, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share recent additions to their...

Record stores and clubs around the world are shut, and opportunities to find new music out in the wild have been ripped from under our...

Meet the MC is DJ Mag's new monthly interview series, getting to know emerging MCs on the electronic music scene. This month, DJ Mag’s Amy...

Huddled in a circle on the dark, smoke-filled dancefloor at Corsica Studios, the four MCs that make up Bala Bala Boyz spit over syncopated bass-heavy...

Ahadadream and SNØW's imprint has the next three months locked down... 

More Time Records is putting out 12 new records over 12 weeks. 

The London label has enjoyed a busy summer, hosting stages at coveted UK...

A new London club night No ID, aims to spotlight South Asian DJs and artists. DJ Mag visited the party's first edition at Peckham's Rye...

“When I rack my brain to think of famous South Asian names in mainstream music,”  says Nabihah Iqbal, “the only two I can think of...

The first party has locked Nabihah Iqbal, NAINA and more...

A new London club series, No ID, aims to spotlight South Asian DJs and artists, kicking off with a Wednesday night offering at Rye Wax...