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The international events promoter has outlined a list of sustainability goals for its festivals...

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues...

Japan’s club scene boasts a vibrant mixture of commercial and underground music genres and no shortage of first-rate venues. Despite post-WW2 legislation that banned dancing in almost all clubs, the scene thrived for almost 20 years. The widely unenforced law, which was eventually relaxed in 2015, did little to prevent Japanese clubbers moving their feet. Consequently the country now has an established, diverse and exciting club scene. Here, with the support of DJ Mag Japan, we explore some of the country’s best clubs...

Essential information for participating DJs...

Voting in the Top 100 DJs poll, in aid of UNICEF, launches in July 2021. This pack contains key information for DJs wishing to participate in the poll. Please read this information carefully to ensure that you understand the rules and can run a successful campaign...

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

Seoul’s DJ Bowlcut steps up with a radiant mix of house, techno, IDM and acid as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

Seoul’s DJ Bowlcut steps up with a radiant mix of house, techno, IDM and acid as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

Is the dance music community ruining the planet?

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting

DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet

beyond repair... The  state  of the  environment  has never been  worse, but could  dance music be contributing  to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin  Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture,  unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are  slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

The  state of the environment has never been worse, but could dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if festival culture, unrelenting DJ tours and irresponsible raving are slowly polluting the planet beyond repair...

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The jazz pianist turned electronic music maestro breaks down his live philosophy...

The jazz pianist turned electronic music maestro breaks down his live philosophy...

SXM returned to Saint Martin this month for its third edition, once more bringing techno and house bangers to the Caribbean island's impeccable shores...

SXM returned to the Caribbean island of Saint Martin this month for its third edition. Here are some of the biggest bangers from a festival paradise...

Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

Greeted with both derision and delight from the outset, the cartoonish covers and soundtrack of happy hardcore’s defining, and to some damning, Bonkers series were vital for a generation that grew up in small UK towns during the ‘90s. A decade after the last edition, Joe Roberts presents an ode to how Bonkers’ hyper, overblown sounds ushered in a new era, switching things up several gears...

We investigate the growing culture for unscrupulous Discogs sellers to extortionately inflate the cost of rare records...

There’s a growing culture in dance music, known as 'flipping', where unscrupulous Discogs sellers inflate the cost of rare records to extortionate amounts. We investigate this rising trend, and ask why people are prepared to spend £1,300 on a test pressing...

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