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The event series was due to start in May

Human Traffic Live has been postponed.

Due to take place over three weeks between 22nd May and 13th June at London’s Printworks, the immersive...

The CruCast collective has injected new life into bassline, playing massive venues, touring the world, and spreading positivity. As the major players tell DJ Mag...

Six PM Saturday: a cold winter night in Rotherhithe. Londoners mooch around their south-of-the-river suburb, families settle down for a cosy night in front of...

Much-loved, now closed club Trade has put together the line-up

The line-up for Trade's Human Traffic Live party has been announced.

The London club, which closed in 2008 after 18 years of parties, will return...

The weekend is landing!

The first wave of acts to play at Human Traffic.Live has been revealed. 

Taking place over three weeks between 22nd May and 13th June at...

Kenny Dope, Inner City, Sam Divine, Mambo Brothers, and Catz ’N Dogz are among the names added to the programme

Printworks has announced more events for the spring 2020 programme.

Among the parties to be announced is a huge line-up from Defected, headlined by special...

The Belfast conference and festival returns to London for the second year

AVA London lands at Printworks on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th March. 

The two day conference and club event returns to London for a second...

The immersive experience is coming to London's Printworks next year

With news having emerged last month of an immersive Human Traffic-themed experience coming to London's Printworks next year, Carl Cox has now shared a trailer...

The votes have been counted and the winners in this year’s DJ Mag of British Awards have been announced

This year marked the 13th edition of DJ Mag's Best Of British awards, our annual celebration of UK talent. Positioned as a counter-balance to the...

It's time to wipe the slate clean, sort of. The champagne is on ice, the days have been booked off work. All you need to...

While 2019 refuses to go quiet into that good night — check this month’s top UK club picks for proof — some of us have...

Eric Prydz, Annie Mac, DJ Hype and Matthew Herbert are locked in

Printworks has locked its full programme for spring 2020, with names such as Eric Prydz, Annie Mac, Rudimental and DJ Koze set to play the...

There are few drum & bass labels that can boast a legacy as concrete as that of Metalheadz. Now, as the label celebrates its 25th...

It will be his only London show of the year

Eric Prydz will perform at London's Printworks in 2020.

The Pryda label boss will head to the 5,000-capacity mega-venue, which first opened its doors in...

The weekend is landing

Production company A Lost Weekend will host an immersive Human Traffic event at London's Printworks in 2020.

There will be 18 shows at the 5,000-capacity...

"Will they, won’t they" has very much been the UK vibe for the past few months. Fear not, though, socio-political unrest notwithstanding, there are still...

Storm b2b Bailey, Culture Shock, Harriet Jaxxon and Mark XTC b2b Northbase feature on the line-up... 

Andy C has announced his Xmas Party at Printworks in London. 

The mammoth gathering will take place on Saturday 7th December, running from midday to...

Revisit the two-hour AV trip in full

Aphex Twin’s first London club show in 10 years has been made available to watch online.

Live-streamed by Red Bull on the night, the sold-out...

A new venue has also been announced

London's Printworks has shared the line-ups for its Autumn/Winter season. 

Running from September 2019 to January 2020, the mega-venue's series will take place across three...

The “custom-built club show” at Printworks will be the finale of Red Bull Music Festival...

Aphex Twin will play the final show at this year's Red Bull Music Festival.

Red Bull Music Festival, which will be held in London for...

August Bank Holiday just got way better...

The line-up for The Hydra’s massive three-day weekender at London’s Printworks has dropped, and boy is it a doozie.  

Taking place over August Bank Holiday...

The MSG Sphere would hold 21,500 people... 

Plans have been submitted for the UK's largest concert arena, MSG Sphere.

If built, the structure would stand 90-metres high and occupy land in Stratford...