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Canadian techno spinner Misstress Barbara is one of the scene's biggest DJs. We asked her to track her bank holiday weekend's movements for DJmag.com.
Detroit's Jimmy Edgar is an exciting producer and DJ that's pushing the boundaries of electronic and pop music. DJmag.com chatted to him about sex, drugs, and detroit.
Ministry Of Sound opened its first Minibar at the end of March in Harrogate, north England. It marks the beginning of a revolution for Britain's high streets.
Every month DJ Lee Burridge sends DJmag.com his diary to reveal all the mishaps, shenanigans, and craziness from his '365' world tour. This month: Florence, Italy
A techno DJ has made history by producing an album as an integral part of a computer game. The record contains hidden messages and clues to online game Perplex City.
DJmag.com gathers a bunch of dance music industry bigwigs, DJs, and clubbers to discuss how the smoking ban will affect clubland from summer 2007.
With a strong underground scene, and new parties popping up every week, London it seems, is still the capital of clubland.
Ministry Of Sound has been fighting to remain credible in the last few years. It's been struggling, but a change in its Friday night's music policy could help the club's image.
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