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08 Nov 2019
  • Pete Tong is set to grace the decks of Mixmag's Lab - Los Angeles today (8 November). Watch the livestream on Facebook. (Mixmag
  • Block9 - best known for their stunning Glastonbury area - has linked up with employability programme Create Jobs to announce a new scheme, named Creativity Works: Festival Makers, that will give young Londoners experience in festival production. (Mixmag
  • Dubstep DJ Datsik has resurfaced with a public apology video after an 18-month hiatus due to accusations of apparent sexual assault by his own fans. (Mixmag
  • Tomorrowland has announced the permanent status of One World Radio. The digital station will continue broadcasting live, 24/7 in the mix. (DJ Mag)
  • "Protest all day, party all night": How rave is uniting the Lebanese rebellion. (Mixmag)
  • Reports from panels at MusicAlly's Sandbox digital marketing conference:
    What ‘trigger cities’ really mean for music marketing. (MusicAlly)
    Linkfire boss talks smarter attribution and the death of cookies. (MusicAlly)
    Music marketing on TikTok: ‘Give the audience the opportunity to be their own influencer’. (MusicAlly)
    Privacy and music marketing: ‘Common sense should prevail’. (MusicAlly)
  • Pioneer is releasing a new controller, The XDJ-XZ. (EDMTunes
  • Serato have added support for the Denon DJ PRIME 4 to their DJ Pro software. (DJ Mag
  • Rights’Up has launched Eddy.App, software that allows independent labels the possibility to save time by managing artists’ royalties seamlessly and transparently. (RotD)
  • Saint Martin's SXM Festival has locked in Ricardo Villalobos, Cassy, Sonja Moonear, Marco Carola and more. (Mixmag
  • Glastonbury’s The Beat Hotel announces the full line-up for Marrakech. (DT
  • Carl Cox, Jamie Jones and The Martinez Brothers have been announced among the first names for We Are FSTVL 2020. (Mixmag
  • Vietnam's EPIZODE festival finalises 2020 line-up. (RA
  • The BPM Festival has finally announced their full line-up and showcases for their 2020 Costa Rica debut. (Mixmag
  • Hessle Audio, Four Tet and Amelie Lens have been confirmed for London's Junction 2 festival next year. (RA
  • Montreal’s Igloofest announces its official 2020 line-up. (EDMTunes
  • Grace Jones will be curating London's Meltdown festival 2020. (RA
  • Ableton Loop adds Georgia Anne Muldrow and NYX to 2020 Berlin festival. (RA
  • Armin van Buuren's A State Of Trance (ASOT) will return to Ultra next year for 10th anniversary at the Festival. (DJ Mag
  • Bill Brewster: Why I sold my 13,000-strong record collection (Mixmag
  • It's deeper than cornrows. It's Culture. Ash Lauryn reflects on a week dominated by discussions around race and privilege in dance music. (RA
  • Pushing back: Women are dismantling the hardcore boys' club (Mixmag
  • How technology has the power to disrupt the music industry. (Verdict)
  • How a failed economic theory still rules the digital music marketplace - a takedown of the 'long tail'. (5mag)
  • Now that labels can pay to promote music on Spotify, smaller artists may struggle to compete. (Newsweek)
  • The changing economics of electronic music: Part 2 (RA
  • The team behind Boomtown Fair have opened a 3,500-capacity club, Area 404, located near Temple Meads Station in Bristol, UK. (Mixmag
  • Resident Advisor has revealed the line-up for next month's twenty four/seven party. Fabio, Mala, LYZZA, SHERELLE, India Jordan and more are set to perform at FOLD in London. 
  • Bicep are set to take over the O2 Brixton Academy for a show next year on 27 March. (Mixmag
  • New venue Space289 to open in East London. (RA
  • Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza announce 24-hour opening and closing parties for 2020. (DJ Mag
  • KAOS nightclub in Las Vegas has been forced to close down six months after opening, citing losses of over $20 million in the third quarter of 2019. (DJ Mag
  • Mix of the day: Nídia (RA
  • DT670 - David Gtronic (DT
  • RA.701 Pandora's Jukebox (RA
  • Anna Lunoe CRSSD FALL 19' (Anna Lunoe
  • Voiron in The Lab Paris (Mixmag
  • Giorgia Angiuli in The Lab NYC (Mixmag
  • Jungle in The Lab LDN | ArcelorMittal Orbit special (Mixmag
  • Hot new tracks for November. (Ibiza Spotlight
  • The best bass music tracks of October 2019. (Magnetic
  • Deep Inside: November 2019’s must-hear house and techno (Fact
  • 7 essential releases from Haunter Records’ catalog picked by its artists. (Electronic Beats
  • The Sound of: Haunter (DJ Mag
  • On Cue: Galcher Lustwerk (DJ Mag
  • Fresh Kicks 124: Tristan Arp (DJ Mag
  • Get to know Chelina Manuhutu, the Ibiza tech house favourite going global. (Mixmag)
  • Renegade Riddims: Averse (DT
  • November: Six artists you need to check out this month (Mixmag)
  • Billboard Dance emerging artists: November 2019 (Billboard
  • Insider tips: how do you break into the electronic music industry? (Music Radar
  • Artist tips: Jungle (XLR8R
  • Jack Back’s 5 things every producer needs to know. (DT
  • Get to know the women shaping electronic music. (Red Bull
  • Is London’s club scene really under threat? (FT
  • Goldroom talks about his new album, some of his favorite wines and the tough recovery road he faced two years ago. (Magnetic
  • Jeff Mills drops knowledge on what it takes to be an artist, what Djing really is and so much more. (Magnetic
  • 20 questions with Ardalan: Growing up in Iran, being evicted and the real story of Mr. Good. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Tinlicker: The Dutch duo on Daft Punk, touring and why there are so many Dutch DJs. (Billboard
  • Jouvert! How afrodiasporic club sounds are flourishing in the Los Angeles underground. (RA
  • Justice: Written in the stars. (DJ Mag
  • Denis Sulta: "I only believe in two genres of music: good and bad" (Mixmag)
  • Deadmau5 talks Cube v3 and connecting with fans at Billboard Live Music Summit. (Billboard
  • Underworld, the rave pioneers relentlessly pushing creative limits. (Mixmag
  • Jeff Mills has written 10 DJ points he thinks all electronic artists should take note of. (Mixmag
  • Disclosure's Guy Lawrence and singer Sam Smith have covered Donna Summer's I Feel Love. (Mixmag
  • The electro duo Fischerspooner has officially decided to split after a 20 year creative relationship. (Mixmag
  • TNGHT share new track, First Body, ahead of second EP. (RA
  • Martin Garrix wins Best Electronic Act at MTV EMAs. (Billboard
  • Swedish electronic duo Galantis have cancelled all shows "until further notice", following an injury sustained on stage by one half of the duo, Christian Karlsson. (DJ Mag
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