Aluna Francis, one-half of AlunaGeorge, is curating her own festival in New Orleans next year.
The debut edition of Noir Fever will feature an all-Black line-up, and run at various venues across the city. Alongside Aluna, the line-up currently includes the likes of Kevin Saunderson, UNiiQU3, Jayda G, Derrick Carter, TSHA, TYGAPAW, Kaytranada and Channel Tres.
Amnesia Ibiza have revealed the full line-up for their opening and closing parties for 2021.
A new dance music festival, Desert Air, will take place in a World War II aircraft museum in Southern California this December.
The line-up for this year's Homobloc festival has been announced.
Lead photo credit: Hannah Metcalfe
The nominees for this year's AIM Independent Music Awards have been announced, with Bicep and Floating Points among those bagging two nominations each.
Bicep have received nominations in the International Breakthrough and Best [Difficult] Second Album categories, while Floating Points has been recognised in the Best Independent Remix category, for his remix of Thundercat's 'Fair Chance', and Best Independent Album category, for 'Promises', his collaborative album with Pharoah Sanders and the London Symphony Orchestra.
Photo credit: Fiona Garden
DJ Mag goes behind the scenes at the UK Government's first COVID trial club event at Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool.
In April, it was announced that two events would take place as part of the UK Government's Events Research Programme (ERP), a series of pilots across a variety of Night Time Economy business settings, with the aim of assessing the safety of large scale events in terms of coronavirus transmission.
Jayda G will mix the next instalment of !K7’s DJ-Kicks series.
The nominees have been announced for the 2021 Grammy awards.
Among the categories, of which there are over 80, the five nominees up for both Best Dance Recording, and Best Dance/Electronic Album, have been named in The Grammy's list shared yesterday (24th).
BBC Radio 1 has announced the next artists holding six-month residencies.
With last year's residents including The Black Madonna, Eats Everything and Kölsch, BBC Radio 1 announced that Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Paul Woolford would be joining the coveted residency slot for 2019.