Paul van Dyk has won DJmag's Top 100 DJs Poll 2006, for the second time in a row. The trance megastar played a mammoth set at Fabric after claiming his award.
Thousands of clubbers are expected to turn out at Fabric in London tonight to find out the results of the Top 100 DJs Poll 2006.
Some industry insiders are predicting that next year could be a huge year for house music. Trends suggest young people are abandoning hip hop, grime and garage for 'urban house'.
The votes are in, now it's time for the serious business of the awards party. This year it's at Fabric in London.
A spate of shootings hit London clubs recently. Police have arrested three men in connection with the murder of a clubber.
This year's Top 100 DJs poll touched nearly every territory on Earth. Over 217,000 dance music fans voted for their favourite DJs this year, up 90,000 on last year.
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Fancy yourself as a bit of a rapper, or urban producer rude boy? Then you might want to enter Hugo's competition to get your music out there.