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Beats For Love 2019 abandoned industrial mine
Beats For Love 2019 abandoned industrial mine

Don Diablo, Oliver Heldens, Sven Väth, High Contrast Band, Wilkinson and more are set to play... 

Free and easy access to drinking water at clubs is crucial for ravers' safety...

Free and easy access to drinking water at clubs is crucial for ravers' safety, but some venues remain insistent on charging prices that are prohibitively high. Below, DJ Mag's Chandler Shortlidge outlines why more needs to be done to ensure that free drinking water is made available at all clubs and festivals

AVA Festival & Conference 2019
AVA Festival & Conference 2019

Alfresco Festival, AVA Festival & Conference, Wigflex City Festival... 

London's newest party is shining a light on South Asian talent...

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 Wax to meet founder Ahad Elley AKA Ahadadream and DJs Nabihah Iqbal, Naina and Noudle in order to learn why such an event is long overdue, and what its significance could be for London's young, South Asian selectors and musicians...

 

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Major Lazer, Pusha T and Baauer are among the artists confirmed...

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Amelie Lens and Armin van Buuren rounded out the top three “festival heroes”, according to Festicket...

Terminal V: The Rising @ Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, April 2019
Terminal V: The Rising @ Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, April 2019

Test Pressing Festival, Terminal V, Bitch, Please!

DJ Mag investigates if vinyl-only is good for the dance music industry...

Vinyl is more popular than it’s been in years, and wax-only labels are seen as some of the best in dance music. But is our obsession with records all it’s cracked up to be — or is it just an exclusive club? We talk to DJs and label owners to find out more...

He's remixed for Flume and Lana Del Rey and he's only just getting started...

Chris Gavino’s rise to fame has been meteoric. Just four years ago, the Washington DC-based DJ, producer and label owner was pursuing his degree. But he was already blowing up, DJing first at frat parties and birthdays, then all around the country on the weekend, while maintaining his grades during the week. Today, Gavino stands out among the sea of young faces on the future bass scene as Manila Killa...

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