Artist and Music Features

  • On Cue: Hiroko Yamamura, Chicago’s underground champion. (DJMag
  • Selections: Rachiid Paralyzing (DJMag
  • Brighton Music Conference… is it worth it? (DT
  • Recognise: LAVURN (DJMag)
  • Big-name ballet dancers and rising choreographers have found a new home in the Ministry of Sound where the after-party goes on until 5am. (Guardian
  • From Fred again.. shocking ravers with a surprise set to deadmau5 ensnaring a drone with a butterfly net, EDC was full of mystifying moments in 2024. (EDM
  • How ‘Euphoria’ brought trance to the masses. (DJMag
  • How Jeekie and Raphaella produced and recorded ‘Change’. (MusicTech
  • She's one of pop's most visionary stars. On her new album, Brat, Charli XCX opens up about everything from potential motherhood to her feelings about SOPHIE — and it’s addictive listening. (RollingStone
  • EX.713 CJ Bolland (RA
  • Simon Reynolds on the ‘very human’ future of dance music. (Dazed
  • What is 3-Step, South Africa's latest house movement? Here are 12 essential tracks. (RA
  • Why Hayla is ready to be more than the ‘featured vocalist’ on your favourite DJ’s biggest songs. (MusicTech
  • How Illenium became Asian America’s favorite white boy. (RollingStone
  • This Is Jordan: On their debut album, I. JORDAN shows exactly who they’re meant to be. (Mixmag
  • Anastasia Kristensen doesn’t mind being a techno nerd. (Face
  • The techno pioneer Jeff Mills blazes a trail to space, and beyond. (NewYorker
  • Becky Hill on raving to the top – and her new album’s dark past (Guardian
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: May 2024 (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: EMA (RA
  • The Sound Of: 1985 Music (DJMag
  • 5 artists you can't miss at EDC Las Vegas 2024. (EDM
  • Indira Paganotto: state of the art (DJMag
  • Meet Porij, the Coldplay-supporting new-rave band who are all about “dance music live”. (MusicTech
  • The art of DJing: Teki Latex (RA
  • Finding the "game" of being a musician frustrating, bbymutha just wants her music to be fun and connect people. Her new dance music-influenced album 'sleep paralysis' embodies this approach. (Mixmag
  • Inside deadmau5's "Retro5pective" at the Hollywood Bowl, a dazzing homage to his career. (EDM)
  • A guide to reforming US artist visas. (RA
  • The future of music consumption is taking shape. (Esquire
  • Inside Tomorrowland's Nature-inspired Core, where techno dreams take root in the real world. (EDM
  • Dance in protest: 30 years of the UK's anti-rave Criminal Justice Bill. (DJMag
  • Justice just crushed Coachella. Eight years between albums, ‘We don’t like to be too exposed.’ (LATimes
  • "Nightlife in New York was a celebration." Moby reflects on the '90s club scene and the state of dance music today. (RA
  • Creating music with authenticity: An interview with MOLØ on her debut album ‘Aqua Lull’. (ElectronicGroove
  • ESG’s infinite influence: how the South Bronx sisters shaped hip-hop and house. (DJMag
  • IMS draws to a close with epic Grand Finale at Dalt Vila. (IbizaSpotlight
  • Why Wolfgang Gartner used custom-trained AI vocals on ‘Automatic’. (MusicTech
  • Rezz's crystal ball: Inside her wonderfully wicked mind and plans for new curated event, 'Hypno Circus'. (EDM
  • Inside the UK’s thriving free party scene. (DJMag
  • Explore how local musicians can leverage community ties to secure festival spots, with insights from Canyon Vibration festival's team. (Magnetic
  • Spotlight: West Coast bass and video game-inspired trance from the Middle East. (Mixmag
  • RIP MC Conrad: A peerless performer who became one with the music. (Mixmag
  • To commemorate ten years since DJ Rashad's death, collaborators, protégés and family reflect on his life and extraordinary legacy. (RA
  • 24-hour party people: raving and rebelling in Manchester’s Hulme Crescents. (DJMag
  • Satisfying Liverpool's appetite for global club sounds, Chop.Life is the party that refuses to follow the tried-and-tested recipe. (Mixmag
  • Vinyl will generate over $1 billion this year — so why aren't artists selling limited-edition releases that drop before the streaming date? (Billboard
  • What is 'mixed music'? DJ Gilles Peterson on the state of the genre and where it's headed. (Magnetic
  • Explore the best 90s house music songs, curated from iconic tracks by legends like Frankie Knuckles. Dive into a nostalgic musical journey! (Magnetic
  • As Spotify amasses power, some artists find success without it. (Bloomberg
  • Frank & Tony: "Compression won't make it better" (Attack
  • “Everything changed”: How Anetha is powering up her artistry. (Mixmag
  • In creating her deeply personal second album, Becky Hill has become more sure of herself and it’s showing in her music. (RollingStone
  • 13 questions with Justice: New album 'Hyperdrama', music production and more. [video] (Mixmag
  • "There are more safe spaces for women to be themselves." Nia Archives discusses the diversity of the jungle scene and her new album, 'Silence Is Loud'. (RA
  • Porter Robinson left behind the club scene for pop stardom. He opens up about sobriety, his ‘meltdown’ in Australia, and why he used to fantasise about ‘alienating all my rave fans’. (Independent
  • Why global demand is soaring for groundbreaking DJ-producer Peggy Gou: "I worked hard to have a glamorous life" (Billboard
  • Steve Aoki has no problem using artificial intelligence to build tracks: ‘You can’t stop AI… you just have to ride the wave’. (Billboard
    Steve Aoki on his new music, big bets and becoming the ‘Loud’ Asian American hero he always wanted. (Billboard
  • How the potential TikTok ban might influence the music industry and smaller artists. (KillTheDJ
  • From the BPI’s ‘In Tune With Tomorrow’ conference -
    Louis VI on the climate emergency: ‘We need to speak to those left out’. (MusicAlly
    Music Declares Emergency climate movement: ‘Everyone has a role to play’. (MusicAlly
  • Justice’s Hyperdrama Coachella show sets the bar for electronic music performances — again. (MusicTech
  • An embracive interview with Heather Shaw, whose subversive design of Quasar pushed the Coachella experience into the future. (EDM
  • This year's Coachella showcased an array of transformative performances and unexpected musical alliances, solidifying the festival's pivotal role in shaping the future of dance music. (EDM
  • Is clubbing declining on a global scale? (ElectronicGroove)  
  • Explore the Future Talent Awards 2024, a pivotal platform under the Pete Tong DJ Academy that propels budding DJs and producers to global prominence. It features industry partnerships and advanced training opportunities. (Magnetic
  • Meet the winners of The Beatport Awards (IMS Ibiza 2024) (Beatport
  • IMS conference 2024:
    Day one: Rebuilding our community (IbizaSpotlight
    Day two: The old and the new (IbizaSpotlight
  • Five lessons on superfans from IMS Ibiza 2024: ‘Something as simple as a WhatsApp Group can be amazing’ (Billboard
  • Electronic artists not to miss at The Great Escape Festival 2024. (Magnetic
  • On Cue: Cormac and queer dance music history (DJMag
  • SheSpace Tbilisi is a new film by Carmel Köster & Mariana Berezovska, highlighting the work of women who are carving out much-needed spaces for freedom and expression within the music and nightlife industries in Georgia's capital city. (Mixmag
  • "Grassroots is from the ground up": Inside studio Monkey Shoulder, the new grassroots music initiative. (Mixmag
  • Heavee is flourishing through footwork. (RA
  • How to choose the right record label for your music: Jeremy Olander talks demo-signing strategies. (Magnetic
  • DJ, producer, Headlabel and music instructor: The many facets of Max Porcelli. (Magnetic
  • The Art of DJing: Freddy K (RA
  • sim0ne wants to make you sweat. (Face
  • Ears To The Ground: Dance music, found sounds, and cultural heritage. (DJMag
  • Uncle Waffles' international success represents an exhilarating era for southern African music. As her groundbreaking career continues its ascent, the Eswatini DJ, producer and performer speaks about the ancestral power of log drums, the universal language of dancing, and touching grass. (Mixmag
  • “I'm almost ashamed to be known as a DJ”: Dave Clarke on the state of dance music and the making of Archive One. (MusicRadar
  • Bad Snacks’ electronic journal entries. (DJMag
  • 20 Questions: Mount Kimbie  (XLR8R
  • Sara Landry: hard techno’s high-frequency priestess. (DJMag
  • Daft Punk is dead, long live Daft Punk: the limits of a brand beyond the band. (DJMag
  • Dance giants Justice return: ‘The only thing we argued over were the bongos’ (Guardian
  • Rüfüs Du Sol drive down memory lane at Coachella — and tease their next move. (RollingStone
  • For Michael Bibi, Coachella was a "range of mixed emotions" as he played his first show since getting cancer treatment. (BBC
  • The dark side of the White Island — Ibiza as it really is. (Times
  • How Time Warp has achieved 30 years of hard-hitting techno and next-level stage productions. (MusicTech
  • For dance artists, is playing in the US worth costly visas? (RA
  • Fresh Kicks 208: Akanbi (DJMag
  • Selections: Eddington Again (DJMag
  • Recognise: RIOT CODE (DJMag
  • Building Blocks: Fauzia (RA
  • Jess Glynne was on the verge of quitting music. Now she’s back with a new album – and a high-profile relationship with Alex Scott. (SundayTimes
  • 20 questions with Orbital: ‘There’s just this open, puppy dog joy that seems to come with an American crowd’ (Billboard
  • Nia Archives on unleashing a Yorkshire rave revolution. (Guardian)  
  • Justice reveal how they made their first studio album in eight years — and why their singular ethos hasn't changed. (Billboard
  • The State of the Scene: Drum & Bass meets the mainstream (DT
  • Dance Dance Revolution. (Baffler
  • “The level of wealth really shocked me” - Zara McDermott on following the money in Ibiza: Secrets of the Party Island. (BBC
  • AI is going to hyper-accelerate the shift to personalised discovery of music, by making the existing discovery algorithms of the various platforms much more sophisticated and much more customised to the tastes of individual listeners say Duetti CEO and co-founder Lior Tibon. (CMU)  
  • Labels, streamers and promoters want to get superfans to spend more money, each with a different approach. Which will be more effective? (Billboard
  • Launched in 2004 as a home for underground house and techno acts, Liaison Artists has grown significantly as the sound has taken over major venues and festivals like Coachella. (Billboard
  • Future-proofing festivals: CAA veteran Alex Becket on why EDM is the sound of success for Coachella and more. (EDM
  • The 15 best tech house tracks of March 2024. (Magnetic
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: April 2024 (DJMag
  • Tunes Of The Month – Hottest Tracks Of March 2024 (EDMTunes
  • Preview of the top artist sets to watch at Time Warp's 30th anniversary. (Mixmag)
  • Breaking Through: Toumba (RA
  • The Sound Of: ESP Institute (DJMag
  • 20 questions: Mount Kimbie (XLR8R
  • Selections: Anastasia Kristensen (DJMag
  • The duality of Mau P: An underground advocate becomes a house music vanguard. (EDM
  • salute: push the system (DJMag
  • Throwing curveballs: SHINDIG has cracked the code of unique clubbing experiences. (Mixmag
  • Music videos were once cultural events almost as important as the music they promoted. In an era of digestible bite-size content on TikTok, the art form is in danger of being lost for ever. (Guardian
  • Is there still a future for music curators? (Reprtior
  • IMS Ibiza 2024 is gearing up for its 15th edition, and it’s shaping up to be a must-attend event for anyone passionate about the electronic music scene this year. [video] (DT
  • Winners and losers of Miami Music Week 2024. (EDMTunes
  • 5 dance music artists to celebrate for Women's History Month. (Forbes
  • The 15 best bass music tracks of March 2024. (Magnetic
  • The 10 best moments of Ultra Music Festival 2024. (Billboard
  • 10 electronic music acts you must see at Coachella 2024. (EDM
  • The 15 best house music tracks of March 2024. (Magnetic)  
  • On Cue: Yen Sung, Lisbon’s dancefloor lodestar (DJMag
  • Is Spotify Showcase worth it? See artists’ real-world results. (DMN
  • On Anetha's debut album, the French techno titan celebrates feminine energy. (DJMag
  • Cavo Paradiso: the evolution of a legendary dancefloor. (DJMag
  • Oden & Fatzo defy genres with inspirational electronic music. (Sun
  • The Art of DJing: Ellen Allien (RA
  • A sweeping interview with the drum & bass supergroup of Dimension, Sub Focus, Culture Shock and 1991, who are leading the genre's stateside surge as WORSHIP. (EDM
  • Under the electric storm: Here's what you missed at Ultra 2024, a rainy rave dreamscape. (EDM
  • Given the complexity of their duties, is it high time for club security to reassess how they interact with individuals managing type 1 diabetes? (Attack
  • A techno obsession: Inside the hard, fast rise of Teletech. (Mixmag)
  • “When everyone has the same tools that can make professional quality stuff, then you get to see the actual talent really rise to the top”: Grimes discusses the potential of AI in music. (MusicTech
  • Kevin Saunderson is the past, present and future of techno. (MusicTech
  • Selections: CORIN (DJMag
  • EX.705 horsegiirL (RA
  • Recognise: re:ni (DJMag
  • Five things to do before you even think of getting an artist manager. (MusicX - Charlotte Caleb) 
  • Techno legend Magda speaks to 909originals. (909Originals
  • Oslo producer Suchi swapped a corporate job for a pair of decks. (Face
  • From footwork to infinity: Jlin is an era-defining artist. (Mixmag
  • John Summit is making dance music’s biggest hits in bed. (RollingStone
  • Dance music continues to take off from Northern Ireland. (BBC
  • Opinion: Berlin didn't invent Techno. So why no mention of Detroit in the UNESCO honour? (RA
  • It's a lot easier to capitalise on people's dreams of being an artist than it is to actually market whatever music they make. (FirstFloor - Shawn Reynaldo) 
  • Is UMG’s TikTok standoff creating more opportunities for independent artists? (Billboard
  • Stifling the scene: How rigid artist visa rules impact US dance music. (RA
  • 5 supporting DJs blowing up not to miss at Ultra Music Festival. (Cultr
  • These are the artists playing DJ Mag's 2024 Miami Pool Party (DJMag
  • Spotlight: 131bpm, Delasi, Krithi, PPJ & Small Crab (Mixmag
  • Fresh Kicks 207: Aletha (DJMag
  • Louie Vega: ride on the rhythm (DJMag
  • ANOTR: open your mind (DJMag
  • Mary Anne Hobbs talks about her All Queens party, her love for SHERELLE and music as a force for good. (RA
  • Logic1000: one of dance music’s most intriguing artists enters a new era. (Guardian
  • With a new residency at Resorts World Las Vegas, MEDUZA sets out to redefine the clubbing experience, merging their underground club roots with the vibrant energy of Sin City. (EDM
  • Music helped saved Illenium’s life — and now he’s doing the same for others. (Billboard
  • Music festivals canceled this year reveal rising costs of producing large events. (Bloomberg
  • Long live pub raves: How big-name DJs are helping to save British pubs. (MusicTech
  • Discover the hottest events at Miami Music Week 2024, from pool parties to label takeovers and afterparties featuring diverse genres and top-tier talent - all you need to know to make the most of this epic week! (Magnetic)  
  • 12 best Miami Music Week 2024 parties (MiamiNewTimes)  
  • The best dance music playlists on Spotify. (Magnetic
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: March 2024 (DJMag
  • Selections: Manuka Honey (DJMag
  • Recognise: Piezo (DJMag
  • What makes something jungle? [video] (RA
  • Is generative music really the next Napster? (Trapital
  • Riot Games, Monstercat and Noisestorm reveal what went into bringing "Crab Rave" to teamfight tactics. (EDM
  • Simple Things 2024: Bristol’s kaleidoscopic showcase of leftfield music returns. (DJMag
  • An interview with SVDDEN DEATH, Eptic and Space Laces, whose "extremely rare" performance at Ultra 2024 could deeply influence the next generation of dubstep artists. (EDM
  • How Voices From The Lake reshaped ambient techno. (DJMag
  • How Logic1000’s ‘Transformation during motherhood’ influenced new album ‘Mother’. (Billboard
  • Air revisit Moon Safari: ‘French music was horrible — we weren’t part of it’ (Times
  • "Every opportunity to learn something new is what's going to grow your craft as an artist." Ciel talks about discipline and gaining self-confidence as a producer. (RA
  • After disbanding cult pop act the Knife, Olof Dreijer helped migrant musicians and resisted the Swedish far-right. His wondrous new club tracks now reconsider how art can inform politics. (Guardian
  • King Britt is honouring the Black origins of dance music. (Face
  • Some evidence suggests that music videos are not as impactful to an artist’s success as they used to be. Should musicians even bother? (Chartmetric
  • ‘Surviving the AI apocalypse’: here’s what we learned at AVA Festival’s AI panel. (PRS
  • After a report into the epidemic of misogyny and abuse in the British music industry, female musicians, managers, photographers, agents and A&Rs share powerful statements about their own experiences. (Independent
  • International Women’s Day: Five women pushing dance music forwards. (Clash
  • The 15 best bass music tracks of February 2024 (Magnetic
  • The 15 best melodic techno tracks of February 2024 (Magnetic
  • On Cue: Sepehr's rave mythology (DJMag
  • Girls Don’t Sync: rise together (DJMag
  • How Fred again.. instantly sold 100,000 tickets (and counting) by being ‘in the now’. (TheMusic
  • How Charli XCX returned to her rave roots for 'Loud and Bold' new album. (Billboard
  • Aluna on new album 'Renaissance' and making dance music inclusive again. (Grammys
  • What do Atlanta trap and techno have in common? In this essay, Afrofuturist DJ and writer gum.mp3 argues why it's important to acknowledge rap and dance music's shared genealogy. (RA
  • Let’s predict the future of curated playlists in the streaming era. Will AI's efficiency outplay human creativity, or can both coexist in harmony? (KillTheDJ)  
  • Outernet: Meet the man behind London’s biggest tourist attraction – and maybe the future of advertising. (CityAM
  • While giant promoters rake in billions, smaller venues are struggling to make ends meet – even when gigs are selling out. We go on tour to find a glimmer of hope. (Guardian
  • Don’t sit at home mourning the loss of Britain’s nightclubs – go out and rave. (Guardian
  • The history of dance music is built on "undervalued, unattributed and unpaid" women. Singers talk about the struggle to be recognised and recompensed - and how they're disrupting the status quo from the inside. (Sky
  • A history of Baltimore Club in ten tracks. (RA
  • Selections: Dirty K (DJMag
  • Meet Mary Droppinz: A multifaceted sonic storyteller in the world of dance music. (Forbes
  • T.Williams: no limitations. (DJMag
  • MZ Worthy on improve visibility and opportunities for trans and non-binary artists in house music. (Magnetic
  • François K's creative force. (DJMag
  • The Metalheadz co-founder, jungle pioneer and all-around British legend Goldie calls in from his home in Thailand to talk Bowie, ’shrooms and that machete he keeps under his bed. (Face)
  • DJ Python is ready to enjoy the milestones. (Mixmag
  • An embracive interview with Subtronics, whose new album is the culmination of a journey from downhearted yet starry-eyed teenager to generational music producer. (EDM)
  • Nia Archives has taken her beloved genre into fresh territory and earned the respect of the scene’s older heads. Her next trick? A debut album that fuses euphoric breaks with the guitar-powered swagger of Britpop. Let’s have it. (Face
  • "The road is incredible but has a lot of pitfalls." Daniel Avery discusses striking the balance between DJing and production, the challenges of life on tour and choosing to stick out. (RA
  • How to get into Spotify daily charts within 72 hours. (Medium - GeekMarketing) 
  • How to market a record label in 2024: Soave's marketing manager and founder office advice to founders and label managers. (Magnetic
  • Seven ways to promote music on TikTok in 2024. (AmplifyYou
  • Unlocking Spotify algorithms: Proven strategies from two years of boosting artist visibility on streaming platforms. (MusicTomorrow)
  • Selections: Nkisi (DJMag)
  • The Sound Of: Mechatronica (DJMag
  • Studio Digest: No Rebekah, no party (RA
  • The Art of Production: Octave One (RA
  • The fraught life cycle of regional music trends. (FirstFloor
  • Shaquille O’Neal — aka DJ Diesel — Discusses his Billboard Chart hits. (Billboard
  • Kaskade on why his historic Super Bowl set was a different kind of high: "In a lot of ways, it felt like home". (EDM
  • Feel the euphoria: Why Shygirl is reshaping classic club sounds. (Mixmag
  • DESIREE: the ascent of South African house music’s brightest star. (DJMag
  • A new report from music data company Chartmetric shows the long odds of going from undiscovered to mainstream in a single leap. (Billboard)  
  • Why is everybody a DJ all of a sudden? And the worst of the lot are the 'celebrity' DJs. (Standard
  • Clubs and bars struggling to keep afloat as hard-up young people forgo midweek nights, says Rekom CEO. (Guardian
  • What is the future of London clubbing? (DJMag)
  • How Boiler Room’s portal to global club culture has become a ‘Wildly Famous’ form of documentary journalism. (Billboard
  • Detroit’s Blueprint presents the first in a new three-part series exploring the untold history of Detroit techno from the perspective of the women who built it. (RA
  • Selections: NEXCYIA (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 207: Toribio (DJMag)
  • Class of 2024: Meet the artists changing the fabric of electronic dance music. (EDM
  • The Grammys’ new Pop Dance category functioned pretty much perfectly at the 2024 Awards. (Billboard
  • Mister Saturday Night: 15 years of New York’s “by us, for us” party. (DJMag
  • Discover how Pulse Events champions Asian-American talent in the music festival scene, promoting diversity with artists like SLANDER, Gryffin, and Alan Walker. (Magnetic
  • HiTech are on a mission to save club culture. (Face
  • CARISTA: unifying the dancefloor (DJMag
  • sim0ne is mixing music for hedonistic nights out. (Notion
  • Bianca Oblivion, a Million-Genre DJ (RA
  • We went to the Super Bowl with Kaskade: Go inside the stadium with first in-game DJ. (Billboard
  • Orbital’s Paul and Phil Hartnoll on bricklaying, bust-ups and going to therapy. (Guardian
  • DJ Paulette on taking a leap of faith and becoming a musical trailblazer. (RollingStone
  • Are algorithms killing music discovery? (RA
  • 5 artists share their tips on how to produce when you have tinnitus. (Mixmag
  • How tinnitus affects DJ's life and work in music. (Mixmag
  • Why younger ravers are embracing earplugs (Mixmag
  • Nightclub closures: Cash-strapped clubbers make their nights out count. (BBC
  • As the rave generation hit their 50s, Day Fever club event is a big hit at London debut after success in Sheffield. (Observer
  • The 15 best bass tracks of January 2024. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best house tracks of January 2024. (Magnetic
  • The 10 best makina tracks, curated by Schak. (DJMag
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: February 2024 (DJMag
  • 9 ways to make living with tinnitus easier. (Mixmag
  • Selections: They Hate Change (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: Pressure Dome (DJMag)  
  • The Art of DJing: CCL (RA
  • How New Order embraced Ibiza's anything-goes energy on 'Technique'. (DJMag
  • As pop-up raves grow in popularity, DJs are once again scouring SoundCloud for fresh music untarnished by the saturation of popular EDM festivals. (EDM
  • Teddy Swims on his accidental success in EDM and his most exciting year yet. (EDM
  • PinkPantheress may have conquered TikTok, and then the Billboard charts, but she is still learning how to be herself in public. (Guardian
  • Dom Dolla talks first Grammy nomination, hopes to bring his mom to the ceremony: ‘I enjoy sharing these moments with family’ (Billboard
  • Remembering Silent Servant (RA
  • Selections: Nene H (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: TAAHLIAH (RA
  • Inside Destructo’s Friendship Music Festival Cruise. (Forbes
  • How Underworld alchemised rave and rock on 1994's ‘Dubnobasswithmyheadman’ (DJMag
  • On Cue: Youngsta, and the history of dubstep (DJMag
  • London's nightlife, especially its queer spaces, is under constant threat from civilians and public servants. (Standard
  • Discover how leveraging a high-impact playlist can be your crucial asset in the music industry with insights from PlaylistSupply's experts on growing your career. (Magnetic
  • Music Ally Connect: 
    Music and AI, Roblox, gaming (MusicAlly
    Deezer CEO talks artist-centric: ‘We want quality over quantity’. (MusicAlly
    Video, innovation and music startups (MusicAlly
    UMG’s Michael Nash talks AI, superfans and ‘the journey to a billion subscribers’. (MusicAlly
  • Revisiting Zurich’s 90s techno scene – in pictures. (Guardian
  • The most experimental drum & bass artists pushing the genre forward in 2024: Vol 1 (Magnetic
  • As Justice return and Cassius’s scene-defining album 1999 turns 25, we revisit the sample-powered, disco-fabulous sound that carried Daft Punk and others to fame. (Guardian
  • Fresh Kicks 206: Mincy (DJMag
  • Selections: Giulia Tess (DJMag
  • A journey through dance music in video games. (DJMag
  • It's been a while since we haven't heard much of metaverse in the music industry, but it seems like it's gaining a new surge in 2024. (KillTheDJ
  • Horse Meat Disco: 20 years of queer joy on the dancefloor. (DJMag
  • In this re-run from 2020, the late DJ and radio host Annie Nightingale reflects on memories from BBC Radio 1, disrupting the patriarchy and the keys to success in broadcasting. (RA
  • How Stephani B's rabid improv drumming is injecting new blood into live electronic music. (EDM
  • RL Grime: play hard (DJMag
  • How Robert Hood’s ‘Minimal Nation’ became the defining work of minimal techno. (DJMag
  • EX.695 Eastern Margins (RA
  • Three expert predictions on sync in 2024. (Musiio
  • Cost Of Living: A list of help and resources. (Mixmag
  • Is it worth getting influencers on TikTok or IG to feature your music in 2024? It might not be as impactful as you'd think. (Magnetic
  • Are Odetari & 6arleyhuman the future of dance music? (Billboard
  • DJ Mag’s artists to watch in 2024 (DJMag
  • LP Giobbi, Haliene and more on Groove Cruise's 20th anniversary sail: "More than just a festival" (EDM
  • Annie Nightingale didn’t only kick down doors in radio – she held them open. (Guardian
  • Remembering: Amp Fiddler (RA
  • Len Faki talks to 909originals.  
  • Anané: riding high (DJMag
  • DJ Paulette has always been one step ahead. (Mixmag
  • Ben Hemsley: advancing the trance (DJMag
  • Alison Wonderland on her momentous year of music and motherhood: "It felt good for my soul" (EDM
  • Amapiano: our guide to the music sensation sweeping the world. (Standard
  • Relentless' Shabs Jobanputra talks 'amazing potential' for new stars plus returning artists in 2024. (MW
  • Beatport's leadership aims high for music creators: How Matt Gralen and Helen Sartory see the future of dance music's biggest marketplace. (Magnetic
  • The dance floors of 2023 in pictures. (RA
  • The Sound Of: Over/Shadow (DJMag
  • Underworld’s 20 best songs – ranked! (Guardian
  • Generational dance anthems that turn 10 in 2024. (EDM
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: January 2024 (DJMag
  • 20 of the best dancefloor bangers from 2023. (Mixmag
  • The top 25 producers who defined the year 2023. (Mixmag
  • The top 25 DJs who defined the year 2023 (Mixmag)  
  • 12 unexpected moments from the year in music 2023. (Mixmag
  • Artists to watch in 2024. (Mixmag
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2024. (DA
  • The 13 best electronic music tracks of 2023. (Attack
  • 2023 in review: 5 trends that defined dance music (Grammy
  • EX.694 Crystallmess (RA
  • EX.693 SALOME (RA
  • AfroTech is a prominent dance music style in clubs around the world — but in its country of origin the genre's future hangs in the balance. Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi reports on the need to support creativity and spirituality within South Africa's scene. (Mixmag
  • At home with: Madam X in Athens (DJMag
  • Lauren Mia: flow state (DJMag
  • Explore the transformative journey of DJing with Lars Schlichting's insights on technology, creativity, and Pioneer DJ's innovative role. (Magnetic
  • HoneyLuv: smooth operator (DJMag
  • Once reduced to nameless vocals or excluded altogether, women are now topping the charts with self-produced tracks. Kenya Grace, Piri, Venbee and Anz explain how they broke open the boys’ club. (Guardian)
  • Smaller clubs are losing out to mega raves, private events and even livestreams, say music industry insiders. (Observer
  • Jess Glynne, queen of the dancefloor banger, on how love, loss and a stint in LA transformed both her career and life. (MoS
  • Overmono on the journey to global dance domination. (RollingStoneAustralia
  • The best mixes of 2023 (RA
  • The best albums of 2023 (RA
  • The 25 best electronic albums of 2023 (Paste
  • The best DJ sets and electronic music performances of 2023 (EDM
  • The best electronic music producers of 2023. (EDM)
  • EDM.com's best of 2023: Industry leaders (EDM
  • The top 25 DJs who defined the year 2023. (Mixmag
  • The top 25 breakthrough DJs Of The Year 2023. (Mixmag
  • The top 25 producers who defined the year 2023. (Mixmag
  • The 15 best dance albums of 2023: Staff picks (Billboard
  • The 30 best dance tracks of 2023: Staff picks (Billboard
  • DJ Mag’s top compilations of 2023
  • DJ Mag’s top tracks of 2023
  • DJ Mag’s top albums of 2023  
  • AI of the storm: Artificial intelligence and the music industry in 2023. (Synchtank
  • How Big Finance is impacting clubland. (RA
  • What mini-residencies, and major stadium shows, taught us about the future of dance music. (Billboard
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: December 2023 (DJMag
  • Recognise: DJ Voices (DJMag
  • EX.690 Moritz von Oswald (RA
  • Inside dance music’s hidden mental health crisis. (Dazed
  • How South Africa's queer underground is remaking ballroom in its own image. (DJMag
  • Teksupport produced 104 dance events in 2023, but founder Rob Toma isn’t ready to rest: ‘You’re only as good as your last show’ (Billboard)
  • Nia Archives: one for the headz (DJMag
  • Sailing into the Future: 20 Years of Armada Music (DJMag
  • 2023 in Review: What's pop got to do with it? (RA
  • The 10 best electronic albums Of 2023 (Stereogum
  • Year In Tunes – The best albums of 2023 (EDMTunes
  • The best electronic music of 2023 (Pitchfork
  • The best DJ Mixies of the year so far (Mixmag)  
  • The best albums and EPs of the year so far (Mixmag
  • The best tracks of the year so far (Mixmag
  • The best DJ mixes of 2023 (Pitchfork)  
  • The best house tracks of November (Magnetic
  • Selections: Bell Curve (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: International Chrome (DJMag
  • The subtle evolution of selling out (Attack
  • Move over Ableton – you might write your next song in… Google Lyria? (DJTechTools
  • Machine yearning: diving deep in Spain's electro underground (DJMag
  • “It covers my utilities bill”: German electronic musician Hainbach reveals how much his 1 million Spotify streams earned him in 2023 (MusicRadar
  • Sofia Kourtesis: pursuit of happiness (DJMag
  • Jaguar is the DJ bringing new British dance music to the masses. (Dazed
  • "All I want to do is express what I love." The beloved Berghain resident, DVS1, talks about learning from failure, putting in the time and how good sound systems have changed his life. (RA
  • How a DM from PinkPantheress to Ice Spice led to ‘Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2,’ one of the biggest songs of 2023. (Variety
  • Have labels hit a breaking point with data-driven A&R? Analytics can predict hit singles, but skeptics say it's far less effective at identifying enduring artists. (Billboard
  • Spotify Wrapped 2023: 'Music genres are now irrelevant to fans' (BBC
  • Making the case for AI-Powered music marketing. (Billboard
  • AI in Music: Is the music industry repeating its past mistakes? (Hypebot)  
  • Spotify Wrapped:
    Here’s what’s in store for your 2023 Wrapped. (Spotify)
    How Spotify’s playlists captured the biggest music trends of 2023. (Spotify)
    Me in 2023 reveals the streaming habit that defined your listening. (Spotify)
    Spotify’s Head of Global Marketing Experience explains why this year’s Wrapped is the realest yet. (Spotify)
  • The most unexpected moments in the history of electronic dance music. (Magnetic)
  • Fresh Kicks 205: Suze Ijó (DJMag
  • Get To Know: Honeydrip (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: Bored Lord (RA
  • 'Where are the decks?': 10 DJs share the story of their worst ever set (DJMag)
  • Harnessing the power of nature sounds in electronic music: A case study with Hinako Omori. (Magnetic
  • EX.688 Juliana Huxtable (RA
  • Burning Down The House: how Talking Heads' ‘Speaking in Tongues’ ignited New York's dancefloors. (DJMag
  • When Skepta and Jammer stepped into the booth of Ibiza's legendary DC-10 club for the soft launch of a new project Más Tiempo, they surprised many — but the UK rap icons' relationship with DJing and house music runs deeper than you might realise. Robert Kazandjian gets the full story. (Mixmag
  • "Post-Rave Paradigm": Exploring the future of dance music and psychedelic spaces with Michelle Lhooq. (EDM
  • The Athens DJ and producer Babynymph discusses her formative friendship with Sophie and an "unhinged" forthcoming album. (i-D
  • Vintage Culture shares his musical journey and thanks fans. (EDMTunes
  • Eliza Rose’s house and garage is taking over—hit by hit. (Complex
  • How Liverpool's legendary Club 051 was brought back from the brink of demolition. (Mixmag
  • Has Techno lost its groove? (Attack
  • Tbilisi, Left Bank and a club scene in evolution. (RA
  • Latin America's electronic underground is breaking barriers to secure its global future. (DJMag)
  • Roblox talks music: ‘There’s always more growth and tools coming’. (MusicAlly
  • Here are the Top 25 tracks played at ADE 2023 (Billboard
  • 5 reasons you should support grassroots nightlife venue. (Mixmag
  • Why do people care less about music as they get older? (NewRepublic
  • Music leaks have become more common — but less harmful. (Billboard
  • Artificial intelligence has made it easier than ever to identify samples in music. Is it an existential threat to the art form or just a new snitch to outsmart? (Ringer
  • Explore how Tim Engelhardt's LIFEFORMS is redefining artist support in the electronic music industry. Discover the unique blend of originality and cutting-edge technology that empowers artists, fosters creativity, and shapes the future of music. (Magnetic
  • Holly Herndon uses machine learning to make strange, playful work. She also advocates for artists’ autonomy in a world shaped by A.I.(NewYorker
  • 20 questions with Tiga: ‘I like to think we make dignified bangers’ (Billboard
  • How Steve Aoki is building a universe beyond music. (RollingStone
  • PinkPantheress is remastering the Y2K aesthetic. (Vulture
  • Armin van Buuren talks about his set, the evolution of trance, his side projects, his best sets, and what he’s got in store for us in the coming months. (EDMTunes
  • "DJs don't hit their stride until their 40s." Seth Troxler discusses maturing as an artist, having a family and navigating the worlds of contemporary art and cuisine. (RA
  • Legendary DJ, producer, label owner and live performer, Carl Cox has kept dancefloors jumping for well over three decades. He’s been at the forefront of acid house, rave and techno, ever-present in the Top 100 DJs poll, and he’s still innovating today. Anna Wall traces his extraordinary career, and learns about what motivates him in 2023 (DJMag
  • DESIREE is the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2023 Future Star winner (DJMag)
  • DJMag Top 100 DJs 2023: the next 50 
  • DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2023: Analysis - 1.3 million people vote from 237 territories in the world's biggest music poll 
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: November 2023 (DJMag
  • Selections: Purelink (DJMag
  • The Art of Production: Galcher Lustwerk (RA
  • What is an artist manager? (and how to find the right one) (RA
  • In Uganda, queer electronic music artists face the impact of a global anti-LGBTQ backlash. (DJMag
  • Interview: BAMBII (Fact
  • East Forest on his new album, avoiding ‘information sickness’ and the advice he gave Aaron Rodgers. (Billboard
  • Scuba's top five tips for building a career as an artist. (Mixmag
  • Global Underground’s Andy Horsfield chats to 909originals about the past, present and future of the iconic mix series. (909Originals
  • At Poland's Unsound festival, SHERELLE, the London-based ambassador of footwork and jungle opens up about recent musings about legacy and the art of letting go. (RA
  • PinkPantheress: ‘I don’t think I’m very brandable. I dress weird. I’m shy’. (Guardian
  • Don't Ever Stop: Tony De Vit, Trade, and the infinite energy of hard house. (DJMag
  • TikTok can boost streams — but can it jump-start ticket sales, too? (Billboard
  • How Spotify's editorial team makes their playlists using a mix of human curation and machine learning. (Magnetic
  • Within electronic music media, the line between editorial and advertising has become exceedingly fuzzy. (First Floor
  • The 15 best techno tracks of October 2023. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best house tracks of October 2023 (Magnetic
  • Recognise: gyrofield (DJMag
  • Sunday with: DJ Carl Cox (Observer
  • Curses: passion and attitude. (DJMag
  • Lissy Lü does Amsterdam Dance Event. (IbizaSpotlight
  • Kaskade’s EDM Philosophy: Lessons for emerging artists. (EDMTunes
  • The Art of DJing: dBridge (RA
  • Upon the release of his new album ‘LXXXVIII’ on Ninja Tune, Actress speaks about his creative drive, artificial intelligence and fatherhood. (Mixmag
  • ‘My mother’s neurosurgeon loved Berghain’: producer Sofia Kourtesis on love, loss and her debut album. (Guardian
  • Ayesha’s fascinating rhythm (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Green Velvet: ‘I don’t feel legendary, because my best work is yet to come’ (Billboard
  • "I don't complain, I create." Honey Dijon talks about her new multi-platform project, Honeyverse, and using music as a way to celebrate the Black queer community. (RA
  • Drumsheds: What it's like to go clubbing in an old Ikea? (BBC
  • Inside Mixmag's 40th anniversary photo exhibition at ADE with A|X ARMANI EXCHANGE. (Mixmag
  • Get To Know: Dana Lu (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 204: Fafi Abdel Nour (DJMag
  • Is the healing power of Electronic music real? (ElectronicGroove
  • 30 Years of House of God (RA
  • Getting your music signed can help your career in music take off. We've shared some tips in the guide below, alongside info on how the Amex Gold Unsigned initiative could be your big break. (Mixmag
  • Bandcamp is beloved and unique. I shudder at its corporate takeover. (Guardian
  • How CRSSD Festival is using synths to transform electronic music fans into producers. (MusicTech
  • Awakenings: how the Dutch techno institution stays on top of the game. (DJMag
  • Lukid: “Dance music can be a bit snobbish about melody - but for me, the marriage of rhythmic and melodic elements is where the magic happens” (MusicRadar
  • Carlita: sweet symphony (DJMag
  • Upon the release of highly anticipated debut album ‘When Will We Land?’, Barry Can't Swim speaks about his fast-rising popularity and accepting his emotions. (Mixmag
  • Trance music is coming back. Evian Christ is part of the revival. (NewYorkTimes
  • X-Press 2 talk about their interests outside of music. (Attack
  • 'Sensorium Galaxy': EDM icon Carl Cox on his upcoming debut DJ set in the metaverse. (Euronews
  • CamelPhat: "We want a legacy, something to show our kids we weren't just 'DJs'" (Mixmag
  • 'He pushed me to listen to my heart': Remembering Jamie Tiller (RA
  • Women, life, freedom! Iranian electronic musicians reflect on a year of protest. (Guardian
  • Sync in 2023: Opportunities, challenges, uncertainties and revisions. (SynchTank
  • Emerging markets, revenue streams, Track IDs and Beyoncé: 10 takeaways from ADE 2023 (Billboard
  • A history of 2000s drum & bass in ten tracks (RA
  • Selections: Tarzsa (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: Ogazón (RA
  • III Points founder on learning from his mistakes and looking for those “F–king God’ moments ahead of 10th anniversary show. (Billboard
  • How Vivid Presents is helping spearhead the resurgence of Seattle nightlife. (DMNW
  • Ed Banger: the story of the electronic label in 10 songs – as told by label founder Busy P. (NME
  • Carlita: sweet symphony (DJMag
  • Goldie: Orchestrating Drum & Bass (RA
  • Fatboy Slim’s ‘You've Come a Long Way, Baby’ at 25: Norman Cook's rock & roll opus. (DJMag
  • The reader interview: Chemical Brothers (Guardian
  • Marshmello on creating his first Latin album, working with Young Miko and more. [video] (Billboard
  • 'Long live drum & bass': Inside Chase & Status' stunning chart resurgence. (MW
  • Dive into techno's unique dance style, its deep influence on movement, and the challenges faced when adapting to different musical terrains. (Magnetic
  • Here for a rave, not a Rönnskär: How Drumsheds built a superclub inside an old Ikea. (Independent)  
  • How the Amsterdam Dance Event shapes the global electronic music scene. (Tech.eu
  • The major labels, angel investors, venture capital execs and more that are putting their money behind the innovative ideas that could move the music industry forward. (Billboard
  • Is music hardware environmentally sustainable? (Attack
  • Palestine: How to help, resources, messages of solidarity (RA
  • Record of the Day: Sock Drawer - Serious Tune (Shadow Child Emo-Rave Remix) (RotD
  • EX.682 Eris Drew (RA
  • The Sound Of: Pointless Geometry (DJMag
  • Goldie: The key component is soul (RA
  • AMÉMÉ: Afro house to the world. (DJMag
  • Chris Stussy: house music all night long. (DJMag
  • Danny Tenaglia on cancer diagnosis: “You start to think all those things like, wow, is this it?” (Mixmag
  • From Becky Hill’s belters to Jess Glynne’s jams, chart dance music has long had a distinctive quality. Think: pitch-shifted vocals, catchy hooks and house beats. Welcome, dear listener, to Happy Huncore. (Face
  • Chicago's ARC Music Festival brings the global house scene home. (DJMag
  • “No frills, just house”: inside Defected’s sparkling Eden Ibiza season finale in San Antonio. (DJMag
  • How Mala Junta disrupted Berlin's nightlife. (Mixmag
  • Q&A: Roxanne Oak - Relationship Manager for dance music genres at PPL (Phonographic Performance Limited). (Attack
  • What should the music industry learn from the world of e-Sports? (MBW
  • How Roblox is opening up a huge global audience for artist discovery. (MW
  • How Bandcamp makes more money than Spotify. (FastCo) What the vinyl renaissance says about delivering true value—and not just in the music business. 
  • The Orbit Grassroot Support Programme wants to build a fairer dance music industry. (DJMag
  • Discover the perks of ADE 2023 without breaking the bank. Explore our ultimate guide to free parties and events that deliver an authentic ADE experience, no ticket required. (Magnetic
  • Parties, Panels and pro tips: 23 things you can't miss at the 2023 Amsterdam Dance Event. (EDM
  • 8 emerging artists you need to hear: October 2023 (DJMag
  • Selections: DJ Lynce (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 203: ohmydais (DJMag
  • Gabber at 30: hard, fast, and louder than ever. (DJMag
  • A Northern Sound: The story behind bassline's revival. (RA
  • Meet the chart-topping electro DJ Andy Cato who became a revolutionary National Trust farmer with a mission to transform the way we grow food. (Mail
  • For Alewya, everything starts with a dance. (RA
  • New York DJ Livwutang will put you in a trance. (Face
  • Pangaea aka Kevin McAuley's latest record is the culmination of a change in mindset, working with his peers and bouncing off the club. (Mixmag
  • Damian Lazarus: casting spells (DJMag
  • 20 questions with M83: ‘Emails, socials, my phone, they are my worst enemies — my imagination saves me from turning insane’ (Billboard
  • Generative AI is revolutionising music: The vision for democratising creation. (Forbes)
  • Testing songs on TikTok before an official release has become a standard practice to gauge demand. But songwriters say it takes money from their pockets. (RollingStone
  • The must-see events at Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) 2023. (EDMTunes
  • Hands in the air: London revels in the return of rave (Standard
  • Since Europe’s clubs reopened after pandemic lockdowns, young partygoers have been drawn to a hard, driving style of techno. It’s changing the way people dance. (NYTimes
  • Where once there was a hulking great IKEA in north London, now there's Drumsheds, a cutting-edge palace for electronic music with bars as far as the eye can see. (Face
  • Drumsheds: how an Ikea became one of the world’s biggest nightclubs. (Guardian)
  • The 15 best house tracks of September 2023 (Magnetic
  • Ranked: Detroit techno tracks (Guardian
  • Selections: DJ Perception (DJMag
  • On Cue: Gacha Bakradze (DJMag
  • The Art of Production: Jennifer Loveless (RA
  • The combined power, tastes and abilities of Royal-T, DJ Q and Flava D are something to behold. (Complex)
  • Bashkka’s hi-tech sound will make you feel sexy. (Face
  • 20 questions with CloZee: Ahead of her tour launch, producer talks Denver and the best feedback she’s gotten from a fan. (Billboard
  • Fatima Hajji: a force of nature (DJMag
  • Saqib: “I’m really looking forward to ADE” (ElectronicGroove
  • Deborah de Luca: homeward bound (DJMag
  • "We've never known what we're doing." Disclosure talk about fame, inadvertently ending up on the pop charts and their new album, Alchemy. (RA
  • Scott Cohen talks new song investment platform JKBX: ‘We feel very strongly that these are securities’. (TMN
  • The point of playlists is not to make money or get more streams. Yes, the ultimate goal is to make a living from music, and playlists can bring in more streaming revenue. But it’s deeper than that. (DMN
  • Is the Amsterdam Dance Event worth it? (DT
  • Portola founder Danny Bell on expanding the electronic festival’s ‘Grown Up’ vibe for year two: ‘It’s an event focused for the older fan’ (Billboard
  • Naples party Woo! bows out with 15th anniversary. (RA
  • Over the course of 15 years, British Columbia’s Bass Coast has expertly toed the line between independent curation and production while championing the global bass scene. (Mixmag)
  • Powered by new venues and the open-minded energy of young DJs and collectives, Warsaw has become a clubbing haven to rival the likes of Berlin and Amsterdam. (Mixmag
  • How to find new music on Spotify to DJ: Crate digging tips for the world's largest streaming platform. (Magnetic
  • The Sound Of: Butter Sessions (DJMag
  • EX.679 McKenzie Wark (RA
  • C.006: Jlin - Composing on a bare canvas (RA
  • Recognise: Jonny From Space (DJMag
  • The rise and decline of Tropical House: What happened? (WeRaveYou)
  • How Arc Music Festival's global appeal is uplifting Chicago's world class house scene. (Mixmag
  • Paco Osuna is on a Hï now. (Mixmag
  • Timmy Trumpet: the art of chaos (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Fatboy Slim: What he’s learned from David Byrne, a lost night out with Cher and 25 years of ‘You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby’. (Billboard
  • Vinyl resurgence examined in Holland, market correction ahead? (Attack
  • What is the future of sampling? (DJMag
  • As his trailblazing record label Metalheadz turns 30, Goldie talks about the Nineties, cancel culture and his A-list mates. (SundayTimes - Laura Craik)
  • Bashkka’s hi-tech sound will make you feel sexy. (Face - Jade Wickes)
  • Kali Malone: The composer and sound artist on the endurance element of her work and the epiphanies of her new album. (Fact
  • Danny Byrd's top 10 essential jungle records. (Magnetic
  • Fresh Kicks 202: myst milano. (DJMag
  • Selections: ABADIR (DJMag
  • Soundtracking: D.Dan & DJ TOOL (RA
  • Brutalismus 3000, the 'Anti-techno' duo with explosive energy. (RA
  • Avicii’s ‘True’ at 10: How a disastrous debut performance and unlicensed SoundCloud mix made the album a global hit. (Billboard
  • Only bombs: How Italian techno artist T78 energises dancefloors. (Mixmag
  • Chris Lake: “If you’re trying to sound like everyone else, how are you going to stand out?” (MusicTech
  • Connecting… Oneohtrix Point Never. (Crack
  • Who's Kitty Amor | A story about identity and expression (Defected
  • EX.678 Nastia (RA
  • Call Super: human nature (DJMag
  • Peggy Gou’s ‘Nanana’: How a festival video and a mashup turned it into a breakout dance hit. (Billboard
  • The legalities of emulations. (Attack
  • With music created using artificial intelligence software now commonplace, Thomas Hobbs speaks to experts to determine whether it should be seen as the 'new sample' or a dangerous technological innovation. (Mixmag
  • The rise of AI music: A force for good or a new low for artistic creativity? (Mixmag
  • How can we make clubs more accessible to autistic ravers? (DJMag
  • Why are there so many neurodivergent people in electronic music? (DJMag
  • The 20 best indie electronic tracks of the summer 2023. (Magnetic
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: September 2023 (DJMag
  • Selections: Chrissy (DJMag
  • Recognise: Introspekt (DJMag
  • Tzusing's shapeshifting club music (DJMag
  • Alan Walker 'Faded' | The making ofan EDM smash hit [video](DJMag
  • Why James Blake says his new album is a return to form: ‘It’s picking up where I left off’ (Billboard
  • London-based DJ and broadcaster Papaoul talks about the Epoka club night he helms with Bushbby, educating UK dancefloors, and flipping the dembow riddim. (Mixmag)  
  • For re:ni, music is a family affair. (RA
  • For Romy, dance music is best when it 'pulls your heart out' (NPR
  • Romy on her spectacular solo debut: “This album is an invitation to dance” (NME
  • David Guetta's Ibiza journey [video] (DJMag
  • Deena Abdelwahed: forging futurism from tradition (DJMag
  • How Fred again.. defied his ‘nepo baby’ accusers to become the world’s hottest DJ. (Telegraph
  • ‘How can we get to the part of people that wants to come alive?’: Chemical Brothers want new album to make you feel something. (Billboard
  • For rave-ready electronic duo the Chemical Brothers, a 10th studio album is a feat and a challenge. (Independent
  • A look at rights and AI, developments in the Fix Streaming campaign, and how the MU is negotiating the best rates for members. (MU - General Secretary Naomi Pohl) 
  • Clubbing is becoming big business. What does this mean for dance music? (RA
  • Selections: BADSISTA (DJMag
  • Introducing: Ødyzon (Attack
  • EX.675 Playing Favourites: Donato Dozzy (RA
  • Rampage Sound System on 30 years at Notting Hill Carnival. (DJMag
  • Eight artists taking kuduro and batida to the next level. (DJMag
  • Recognise: Malibu (DJMag
  • Burning Man’s Mayan Warrior art car was destroyed in a fire: Founder talks about what happened and what’s next. (Billboard
  • Review: Houghton is a festival the UK is lucky to have (Mixmag
  • Houghton Festival 2023: A harmonious confluence of music and nature (ElectronicGroove
  • Get to know Adam Beyer 2023 Hï Ibiza Resident [video] (EDMTunes
  • The Art of DJing: The Ghost (RA
  • Craig Richards: steering the ship (DJMag
  • DJ Babatr: the roar of raptor house (DJMag
  • Jax Jones: The UK dance super producer on a mission to break down barriers (RollingStone
  • How speed remixes and wacky mashups are taking over the music industry and forming a giant musical landfill. (NoBells
  • AI is remixing music—but the DJ is still a human. (Forbes
  • Robb McDanielsBeatport wants to cultivate a new wave of creators and build “the Connected DJ Booth” of the future. (MusicTech)
  • The best dance albums of all time, ranked (GQ
  • Selections: Bianca Oblivion (DJMag
  • A Guide to Montreal, via MUTEK (RA
  • 25 essential pieces of advice every DJ wishes they could tell their younger self. (Magnetic
  • How to get a Beatport Number One with Notorious Lynch (DT
  • Spray Shop is the former car garage fuelling Liverpool's underground renaissance. (Mixmag
  • Natural wonder: how night drives inspired DJ Python and Ana Roxanne's collaborative album. (DJMag
  • Dr Dubplate talks about his journey from Plastic People's cloakroom to DJ and label owner, the importance of gratitude and approachability, and why pretentiousness needs to die. (Mixmag
  • Outsider perspective: Why Yu Su's electronic music is fearless and free. (Mixmag
  • LP Giobbi: life in the major key (Mixmag
  • How AI helped get my music on all the major streaming services. (ZDNet
  • Dequency CEO Keatly Haldeman on why every metaverse needs a music strategy. (MW
  • David Guetta, Calvin Harris & more: 20 years of Billboard’s Dance/Mix show airplay chart (Billboard
  • What ever happened to the chillout room? (DJMag
  • From dance floor to dashboard: How Techno is helping change the sound of cars fo the better. (Attack
  • Why electronic music lessons should be taught in secondary schools. (Mixmag
  • The great edits debate isn't actually about edits. (FirstFloor
  • How Keinemusik became a movement (Forbes
  • The best melodic house songs in July 2023. (Magnetic
  • RA.896 Kerrie (RA
  • Selections: Tristan Arp (DJMag)  
  • Breaking Through: Bambii (RA
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: August 2023 (DJMag
  • How Everything But The Girl’s ‘Missing (Todd Terry Club Mix)’ became the ultimate club-pop crossover (DJMag
  • Inside UTA’s new London office. (Pollstar
  • John Curley's guide to Chicago: 5 essential spots (Mixmag
  • Best clubs in London: where to rave in the capital in 2023, from Fabric to Fold (Standard
  • Rally 2023: South London’s new leftfield music festival shines in spite of rain (DJMag
  • Why Tomorrowland 2023 was the embodiment of dance music's new golden era. (EDM
  • In Tokyo's DIY underground, raving and fashion collide (DJMag
  • A Requiem for Techno Twitter: a.k.a. People who want to talk about electronic music no longer have a central place to go. (FirstFloor
  • EX.673 Future Proof with Moxie (RA
  • Honey Luv - "My last day job was in the military" (Attack
  • Keep your TikTok routines – DJ Casper’s Cha Cha Slide is the dancefloor’s great leveller. (iNews
  • DJ Marky: "I was on Top of the Pops! I didn't even know what Top of the Pops was!" (Mixmag
  • Major League Djz: amapiano’s global ambassadors (DJMag
  • Jungle's Josh Lloyd-Watson on the London duo's fourth album and the benefits of going DIY. (MW
  • Moving forwards: James Blake’s return to club music is focused on the future (Mixmag
  • Kieran Hebden is now playing arenas in a bromance with Fred Again and Skrillex. In a rare interview, he talks authenticity, bootlegging Taylor Swift – and his landmark legal battle with his old label. (Guardian)  
  • Team Fabric on building their label and music publishing business alongside the legendary club. (MW
  • Selections: Wu-Lu (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: All Centre (DJMag
  • Joel Corry picks his favourite things to do on Ibiza. (IbizaSpotlight
  • Honest playlist: Sister Bliss (Guardian
  • Read a Q&A with Ed Gillett, author of new dance music book Party Lines. (RA
  • Parties, protest and police: the neglected histories of UK dance music. (Dazed
  • Why optimizing for followers on Spotify is a fundamental mistake. (Medium - Austin Staubus)  
  • EX.672 Dorian Electra (RA
  • How Area51 is changing the fabric of Vegas nightlife with the world's most immersive adult playground. (EDM
  • Conjuring a vibe with Anthony Naples. (DJMag
  • With superstar DJs drawing generations of party people to Pacha’s dance floor, the legendary Ibiza venue hasn’t missed a beat. (Telegraph
  • The demons of DJ Koze, summer anthem genius. (Guardian
  • Thomas Bangalter looks back on Daft Punk’s first-ever show, why they began wearing the helmets, and why they took them back off. (6Music
  • 8 of the best AI tools for music production. (Mixmag
  • Five ways AI has already changed the music industry. (Billboard
  • AI and the future of music distribution: A conversation with TuneCore CEO Andreea Gleeson. (Synchtank
  • The 15 best house tracks of July 2023 (Magnetic
  • Breaking Through: Regal86 (RA
  • Fresh Kicks 200: Sabrina (DJMag
  • EX.671 Craig Richards (RA
  • Selections: Piezo (DJMag
  • 29 years of DJ Deeon: 20 of the ghetto house pioneer's best releases (Mixmag)
  • Remembering DJ Deeon, the low end king that brought the funk (RA
  • Ethereal splendour: the otherworldly spectacle of Secret Garden Party (Mixmag
  • How Massive Attack’s ‘Mezzanine’ predicted a new era for British music. (DJMag
  • Major League Djz's top five emerging artists from South Africa. (Mixmag
  • Autonomy, community and a vast quantity of quality music: Why B.A.D. founded a label (Mixmag
  • yourboykiran talks about his path into DJing, shitposting, swerving the white gaze and whipping up a frenzy on the dancefloor. (Mixmag
  • KASIA: “I truly love the energy of Romanian crowds” (Mixmag
  • Georgia seeks al fresco ecstasy on her new album, Euphoric. (BBC
  • Paco Osuna: be here now (DJMag
  • Folamour: “Most of the music released nowadays is empty of any soul and emotions” (MusicTech
  • Frederick John Philip Gibson aka Fred again.. hasn’t exactly built his career from the ground up, but his tunes are huge, he has a mega fanbase and he's just been nominated for the Mercury Prize. So, Clive Martin asks, is it really fair to paint him as the enemy of dance music? (Face
  • Founded by U.K. producer Mark Knight and his brother Stuart, Toolroom Records has made its name by forging trends and always evolving with the market. (Billboard
  • Toolroom at 20: two decades of triumphant tech-house (DJMag
  • Meet the winners of the Pete Tong DJ Academy Future Talent Awards (DJMag
  • Get To Know: ZOF (DJMag
  • Selections: FAFF (DJMag
  • EX.670 Rob Gordon (RA
  • Studio Digest: Exploring Steven Julien's sprawling live-in studio (RA
  • A brief lesson in the origins of jungle from MC Navigator. (Mixmag
  • Odetari is one of the biggest dance artists of the year — So, who is he? (Billboard
  • Exploring the homeland of amapiano with Lost Girl. (Mixmag
  • Exploring the homeland of amapiano with Niko B (Mixmag
  • A deep dive into Francesco Pico's 'Perpetual E-Motion' and his unique approach to music creation. (Magnetic
  • DJ John Summit says he was sued for "7 figures" over his label and events name Off the Grid. The truth is more complicated. (Billboard
  • C.FRIM: “If you’re not dancing, you’re not listening” (Face
  • Georgia on her new album Euphoric, dealing with grief and playing to 45,000 people aged six. (Standard
  • Coco & Breezy: trust the process (DJMag
  • Open decks: how to make DJing more accessible for everyone (DJMag
  • Why electronic dance music blew up in the early 2000s: Five factors that catapulted the genre to prominence. (Magnetic
  • RIP DJ Deeon: A force of nature who rocked speakers around the globe (Mixmag
  • Selections: Adiel (DJMag
  • ‘People will do drugs. Why not minimise the damage?’ The charity caring for tripped-out ravers. (Guardian
  • Lost Boy: “Electronic music gives you the freedom to do whatever you want” (ElectronicGroove
  • DJ Annie Macmanus: ‘It was a shock to realise I was lonely’. (Observer
  • A synth whizz with a fondness for funk, Mogwaa talks about wanting to preserve 짝(Jjak) music, putting himself in the shoes of a dancer. (Mixmag
  • C.005: Moodymann - The Spirit of Detroit (RA
  • A new form of South African dance music is thriving. A pair of twin brothers, known as Major League Djz, want the rest of the world to pay attention. (NewYorker
  • Chris Lake on threat of AI: "I think we can create things a computer absolutely cannot" (EDM
  • "It's about curating something sonically that is sexy": Manuka Honey and La Favi in conversation. (Mixmag
  • Bou: hometown hero (DJMag
  • What is a booking agent? (and how to find the right one) (RA
  • Paco Osuna’s NOW HERE residency runs rings around Ibiza’s mainstream club nights. (Mixmag
  • At Kyiv's Strichka Festival, ravers dance in defiance (DJMag
  • AVA Festival 2023: Belfast's rave haven for homegrown talent (DJMag
  • Welcome to Drumsheds: The club that became a cathedral of culture (Standard
  • Last orders: are sober ravers drying up UK nightlife? (Face
  • How do you build an AI voice model marketplace? (FutureFiller
  • AI in dance music: What do DJs and producers think of it? (BBC
  • Trance never stopped rolling (NoBells)
  • How Techno was born: From Detroit to Berlin and back [video] (DWHistoryandCulture
  • Girls Don’t Sync on curation, community and the Amazon Music Dance UK show (DJMag
  • Polydor's Ben Mortimer on how the Chaos label is building a home for dance music's new generation. (MW
  • On Cue: Rrose (DJMag
  • Tresor: A Story of Survival (RA
  • For Laurent Garnier, savouring life means slowing down (RA
  • EX.668 madison moore (RA
  • Recognise: Paula Tape (DJMag
  • Selections: Adiel (DJMag)
  • How Trojan Records founder Lee Gopthal created a musical legacy of love, hope and unity (Mixmag
  • How Massive Attack’s ‘Mezzanine’ predicted a new era for British music (RA
  • ‘I’m not winning unless all of us are winning’: the Kenyan DJ programme promoting community and inclusivity (Guardian
  • John Summit on remixing one of the sacred texts of dance music, ‘I Remember’: ‘It’s a lot of pressure’ (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Aluna: ‘I needed to know that I left a pathway for other black women to walk down’ (Billboard
  • Explained: The music theory behind songs from Deadmau5, Floating Points and Frankie Knuckles. (MusicRadar
  • Eight emerging artists you need to hear: July 2023 (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: Krunk Kulture (DJMag
  • Glastonbury 2023: The best moments in electronic music (MusicTech
  • Why Glastonbury's unusual late-night spots are the key to a good time (Mixmag
  • 10 years strong: Silver Hayes’ birthday bash was more than just a celebration (Mixmag
  • Meet Hamdi: A producer influencing global dance music culture (Forbes
  • How Omar S pushed the boundaries of Detroit dance music for two decades. (RollingStone
  • Sherelle is a DJ very much on the rise. (Standard
  • "An insane rollercoaster ride": Headhunterz and D-Block & S-Te-Fan discuss hardstyle's evolution. (EDM
  • Music talk with Head of UK Ultra Records Annie Birkeland (DT
  • A global mehmooni: Iranian electronic music is raising its voice around the world (DJMag
  • How can the ticketing industry be fairer on fans? (Mixmag
  • How to use music theory to help you make better electronic music. (MusicRadar
  • How not to write a music strategy. (MPB - Shain Shapiro) 
  • Drug-testing at festivals saves lives. Why does the UK Home Office want to end it? (Guardian
  • Next-gen ventures such as the metaverse, interactive livestreaming and chat apps want to re-centre the music industry around fans—a move that could make artists and businesses more financially self-sufficient. (RA
  • Fresh Kicks 199: AK Sports (DJMag
  • Going All Out: 30 Years of Sónar (RA)  
  • Intonal, Sweden’s most future-thinking festival, is an experimental haven (Mixmag
  • Cherry on top: celebrating Pacha Ibiza at 50 (DJMag
  • Music Talk with Dub Pistols’ frontman Barry Ashworth. (DT
  • Alison Goldfrapp: "I was told I was too old for the music industry at 25" (Telegraph
  • "Singing is super vulnerable, but it's such a big release." Jayda G opens up about her new album and how she brings deeply personal issues to bear. (RA
  • AI Music Generation just got a whole lot better (DJTechTools
  • The renaissance of dance and hope (ElectronicBeats
  • Have synthesizers peaked? (Attack
  • Beyond Wonderland attendees detail ‘Chaos’ of shooting: ‘I’m not ok’ (RollingStone
  • Millions of musicians, fatigued by the algorithms of traditional social media, are turning to Discord, the community-first platform. But how does it work? And how do you get the most out of it? (RA - Cherie Hu) 
  • Everyone agrees the dance world should be more inclusive — How club night HE.SHE.THEY. is actually doing it (Billboard
  • Selections: Cinthie (DJMag
  • New book analyses every Aphex Twin track. (RA
  • Nine essential tips will help you maximise the fun you have at Glastonbury. (Mixmag)
  • 24 songs that defined club music through the decades: A dance floor retrospective (Magnetic
  • Explore 13 defining moments where electronic music inspired fashion trends. From rave culture to DJ-inspired streetwear, discover music's sartorial impact. (Magnetic
  • Why the Grammys’ new Pop Dance Award is ‘The biggest victory for Dance at the Grammys in almost 20 years’ (Billboard
  • The multi-genre, global majority-led queer party, BEND&SHAKE, is curating amazing and necessary clubbing experiences for people who are intersectionally marginalised. (Mixmag
  • By expertly balancing a cutting-edge line-up, otherworldly art and good old fashioned fun, Brussels’ Horst Festival stands in contrast to an increasingly vibe-absent festival circuit. (Mixmag)
  • smartbar's founder Joe Shanahan never intended to be in the live music business. But his passion for house music transformed his Chicago venue into a nightlife hotspot and a "beacon of hope" for American dance music. (RA
  • Kwame Safo explains why Black-owned and -led enterprises are necessary for Black artists and professionals to prosper without making compromises in the music industry. (Mixmag
  • Eflorem reflect on their journey, from writing dubstep love songs to planning a high-concept album (Mixmag
  • Chloé Caillet: modern fusion (DJMag
  • John Talabot: all in good time (DJMag
  • MEDUZA: house in their hearts (DJMag
  • Jayda G on festivals, Frank Ocean and her new album, Guy. (Face
  • Fighting for gender parity in Dance Music with Lady Of The House (Beatportal
  • Is there a secret to a truly great remix? (Attack
  • Music merchandise keeps artists afloat. But how does it work? (RA
  • The best music-making AI tools and how to use them (RA
  • DJ Mag’s Ibiza clubbing guide 2023  
  • Recognise: Nooriyah (DJMag)
  • The best albums and EPs of the year 2023 so far (Mixmag
  • The best tracks of the year 2023 so far (Mixmag
  • The best DJ mixes of the year 2023 so far (Mixmag
  • In celebration of Pride Month, Mixmag has teamed up with Outernet to showcase a 360-degree immersive exhibition. (Mixmag
  • Movement Festival is a celebration of techno's past, present and future. (Mixmag
  • Amelie Lens: techno's unwavering optimist (DJMag
  • ‘Smos & Baby Bee: Party Flyers And More’ explores the archive of the pioneering DJ duo and their impact on the scene. (Mixmag)
  • 10 emerging artists you need to hear: June 2023. (DJMag
  • How AI can generate new revenue for existing music catalogues. (Hypebot
  • Making Music With AI? Start with these ethical guidelines (RA
  • AI and creators’ rights: What does the future look like? (PRS - Mark Sutherland) 
  • Cherie Hu: Exploring new possibilities in Music and Tech (RA
  • Selections: Black Cadmium (DJMag
  • All the looks from GALA Festival '23 (Mixmag
  • Labels like Anjunadeep: Going Deeper down the new wave of emotional electronic music. (Magnetic
  • 35 years after his death, friends and associates remember Disco Queen Sylvester’s ‘F5 Tornado’ energy. (Billboard
  • The 3,000 people strong Teknival rave showed that free parties are still a powerful, attractive and valuable social phenomena. Rave documentarian Matthew "mattko" Smith explains why. (DJMag
  • Here’s why you should use pre-save links to unlock your music’s potential. (Amplify
  • How electronic music gave women a pioneering platform (Far Out
  • The father and son DJ duo HomeBass have become viral sensations for their guerrilla raves. Now working with brands and major labels, can they keep their countercultural spirit alive? (Guardian
  • A new home: Black Artist Database on their label debut, ‘Synergy’ (DJMag
  • Chmba: one for all (DJMag
  • Pushing the envelope: Afrodeutsche & rRoxymore in conversation. (DJMag
  • Works in progress: Amaliah and NIKS in conversation. (DJMag
  • A matter of faith: Lyric Hood and DJ Holographic in conversation. (DJMag
  • DJ Mag: diversity & equality report Q1 2023 
  • Breaking Through: Kia (RA
  • Fresh Kicks 198: KYRUH (DJMag
  • Subverting expectations: Club Night Club is flying the flag for New York's warehouse party revival. (Mixmag
  • How RP Boo’s footwork classic ‘Baby Come On’ changed Chicago dancefloors forever. (DJMag)  
  • MP3s made by NPCs? The rise of AI-generated muzak (Dazed
  • Grimes invited anyone to make AI Grimes songs. Here are her reviews. (NYTimes
  • Flava D talks about her dream studio in Bali, and tells stories about starting out in the industry, playing countless festivals, touring and travelling. (MusicTech
  • Clark: singing a different song (DJMag
  • Rodriguez Jr.: “My music becomes a vibration that people can appropriate for creating their own stories” (ElectronicGroove
  • Katie Bain has spent her career covering EDM; There's more to it than you think (FirstFloor
  • In conversation: Kevin Saunderson and Rimarkable on Movement Music Festival (Forbes
  • It’s not easy being an independent dance music destival — this is how Movement producer Paxahau makes it work. (Billboard
  • Inside New York City’s nightlife: How the dance music scene has changed, according to the city’s top movers and shakers (Forbes
  • After years of brutal lockdowns and targeted drug raids, China's underground music scene is suffering. (RA
  • The crossover effect: Artist collaborations thrive on Spotify. (Spotify
  • How Spotify Blend creates a connection between fans, friends, and artists. (Spotify
  • Jaxsta CEO Beth Appleton on its unique spot in music ecosystem and why AI doesn’t pose a threat. (Stockhead
  • DJ Mag's Top 100 Clubs 2023
  • Selections: Daniel Avery (DJMag
  • Chris Lake: slow burn (DJMag
  • The strange devirtualization of techno (Haywirez
  • A guide to Lyon, via Nuits Sonores (RA
  • DJ Absolutely Shit: the unstoppable rise of cringe names in dance music (Face
  • The Art of DJing: Courtesy (RA
  • cktrl interview: Composing an immersive soundscape for I ♥ Campbell (Fact
  • Moby on reinventing some of his biggest hits with an orchestra and ‘ignoring the pursuit of cool’ (Billboard
  • LP Giobbi opens the door to ‘Light Places’ ahead of US Airstream tour. (DA
  • Grace Sands talks about rave culture, identity and upcoming projects – including 'Taste the Grains', a mixtape tribute to her long-time friend and DJ partner Pete Woosh. (Mixmag
  • Rising DJ/Producer Salute talks new EP ‘Shield’ and taking their ‘fast, soulful house music’ worldwide. (Billboard
  • SBTRKT is ready to tell his story (Mixmag
  • Fred again rocks the Outer Hebrides (Guardian
  • The story behind Kito and AI Grimes’ new single Cold Touch. (Face
  • Can Ibiza's oldest club Pacha still cast a spell as it turns 50? (Guardian
  • Exploring the relationship between ambient music and mental health (DJMag
  • ‘Everybody wanted to put her in a box’: Love to Love You tells the intimate, harrowing story of disco queen Donna Summer. (Independent
  • Inside the New ‘Love to Love You, Donna Summer’ documentary: ‘It was a mourning and healing process for everyone involved’ (Billboard)  
  • A review of Water & Music's inaugural Wavelengths Summit. "How to remain sanguine while staring the difficulties of changing the neolithic music industry in the face". (Decential)  
  • Targeted payments and overnight spins: How labels influence airplay charts. (Billboard
  • JKBX CEO Scott Cohen on democratising music rights investing. (Synchtank
  • The 10 best electronic albums of all time (GQ
  • Selections: Terr (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: BITE (DJMag
  • Phonica Records: London’s spiritual home for electronic and dance (VinylFactory
  • Festival Epiphanies: Bass Coast's extraordinary community (RA
  • The Art of Production: Carmen Villain (RA
  • Fun from all angles: 10 photos from Pyramid's pre-season warm-up party at Amnesia (Mixmag
  • Minimal marathon: VBX's 10th birthday showcased its influential role in Amsterdam's underground (Mixmag
  • The forgotten women who built a 90s rave scene. (Vice
  • How Kelly G’s remix of Tina Moore’s ‘Never Gonna Let You Go’ laid the blueprint for 2-step garage (DJMag
  • Moby: "It is not nice being hated, maligned or ridiculed" (Telegraph
  • After 30 years of pop that refuses the easy path, Roisin Murphy has made the best album of her career. She discusses confronting audiences, timid record execs – and her own mortality. (Guardian
  • Alison Goldfrapp: "I lost my mojo a little bit. I lost my desire" (iNews
  • "I just woke up one day and went, ‘Come on!’": The reinvention of Alison Goldfrapp (Mixmag
  • Tvorchi rehearsed between air raid alarms. Now they're repping Ukraine at Eurovision. (NPR
  • Jayda G: sea change (DJMag
  • Detroit's Octave One on their contemplative new album, and three decades of techno innovation. (DJMag
  • Overmono on why they prefer sampling vocals to recording them (Fader
  • Purge all you want, Spotify, it won't cancel AI music – and Grimes has a better idea. (TechRadar
  • Nightlife is under threat like never before. Patrick Hinton investigates the scale of problems facing dance music in 2023 and considers solutions, speaking to the industry's most visible workers: artists. (Mixmag
  • Selections: Coco Bryce (DJMag
  • Recognise: Avtomat (DJMag
  • 7 stutter-and melodic-house artists to keep on your radar and get you ready for summer. (Magnetic
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: May 2023 (DJMag)
  • Bleep it out! The bowel-quaking dance music of late-80s Yorkshire. (Guardian
  • Coki breaks down ‘Coki Meets Trixx Part 2‘ EP. (DT
  • How K-Hand's 'The Art Of Music' demonstrates the late Detroit legend's adventurous musicality (DJMag
  • Annie Macmanus: "As a DJ, I was protected from many things that women went through (Telegraph)
  • COUCOU CHLOE talks about her upcoming project, artistic evolution and the life-saving power of music. (Mixmag
  • Few electronic artists can play arenas and stadiums — How a strategy focused on ‘Next Steps’ made Illenium one of them. (Billboard
  • Alison Goldfrapp talks about going solo after 25 years, moments when fame got ‘quite intense’ and her brush with Simon Cowell. (Independent
  • Alison Goldfrapp took a hiatus, then came the pandemic, but the singer is back with a triumphant new album and this time she’s going it alone. (Standard
  • Overmono are the UK’s next massive dance duo. (Face
  • Get Ready: The future of AI-powered DJing is nearer than you think (DJTechTools
  • The 15 best house tracks of April 2023 (Magnetic
  • Fresh Kicks 197: Sam Goku (DJMag
  • How Shapeshifters' 'Lola's Theme' became an enduring house anthem (DJMag
  • Discover how starting an independent label can empower electronic music producers like Erdi Irmak to unleash their full creative potential. Learn from Irmak's experience and insights as his indie label, Worlds Apart, releases its captivating second track, Fragments. (Magnetic)  
  • Meet the team Arca (EDMTunes)
  • Hard noise: Rotterdam's PRSPCT brings anarchic punk energy to electronic music (DJMag
  • Inside Taipei's flourishing underground club scene (DJMag
  • Ukraine: Nightlife in Resistance [video] (RA
  • I actually had fun at Fatboy Slim’s metaverse rave. (TechCrunch
  • Beyond the stereotype of the knob-twiddling bloke are brilliant female producers, but gatekeeping, toxic masculinity and a lack of concrete support are holding them back. (Guardian
  • ‘I was decadent, I was stupid, I was a fool’: the dark days of Donna Summer (Guardian - Daniel Dylan Wray) 
  • SWARM talks mental health in dance music: ‘I do want to remind people they’re not alone’ (Forbes
  • Why techno rule-breaker Avalon Emerson traded club bangers for featherlight dream-pop. (Pitchfork
  • Diplo on aging out of Coachella, his new country album and why he ran the L.A. marathon on acid. (HR
  • How Fred again.. jolted dance music (NYTimes)  
  • The Art of DJing: Carl Cox (RA
  • The resurgence of DJing’s golden age could come with AI (DJTechTools
  • London nightlife is dying – Printworks is the latest casualty. (iNews
  • Printworks: Final show for famous dance music venue. (BBC
  • Grimes is allowing anyone and everyone to use AI models of her voice — and she'll split royalties with you, 50/50. Her manager, Daouda Leonard, tells us why they think they've found the future of music. (RollingStone
  • Avicii’s 15 best songs: Critics’ picks (Billboard
  • Selections: Chaos In The CBD (DJMag
  • On Cue: Virginia (DJMag
  • 10 essential dubplates from UK dance music culture, picked by the DJs that play them. (DJMag
  • Cruise is Nigeria's new DIY dance craze. (RA
  • The rise, fall and revival of UK dubplate culture. (DJMag
  • How to survive as a record store in 2023 (DJMag
  • A shiny museum dedicated to Techno has opened in Frankfurt, Germany, and many techno pioneers feel that Black and queer artists in Detroit have been overlooked. (TheNewYorker
  • 5 ways to best maximise your IMS experience (Ibiza-Spotlight
  • Modular mystic: Caterina Barbieri is unlocking the spirituality in synths. (Mixmag)
  • Spotify’s head of personalisation explains how popular playlists like ‘Discover Weekly’ are created. (WSJ
  • LSDXOXO: X Education (DJMag
  • What Honey Dijon, the DJ who mixes for Madonna, did next (SundayTimes
  • How Troyboi channels his rich cultural roots to produce impactful electronic music. (EDM
  • U.K. dance phenom Yuné Pinku on her ‘Music For Introverted Ravers’ (Billboard
  • The unlikely (but welcome) return of Everything But The Girl (BBC
  • Alison Goldfrapp: ‘I like the intensity of a sweaty club’ (Guardian
  • How Fred again.. jolted dance music (NYTimes
  • The benevolent reign of DJ Tiësto. (Fader
  • Pete Tong talks about A&R in the dance music world: how it has changed, how it works now, the role that good taste plays, the TikTok A&R whirlwind, and what he thinks about AI. [podcast] (MusicAlly
  • IMS co-founder Ben Turner on the future of electronic music. "AI is going to eat us all alive unless we learn to play with it and control it" (IQ
  • The best of 2022 deep house tracks. (Magnetic
  • Selections: T.Williams (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: Wisdom Teeth (DJMag
  • C004: Bill Kouligas - A Maverick Visionary. (RA
  • Original video game soundtracks are getting millions of streams and earning awards, proving that game music is a blooming industry. (Chartmetric
  • "It's a family affair": South Asian clubbers share what the dancefloor means to them. (Mixmag)  
  • Skrillex & Pretty Lights concerts present new scalper challenges for AEG. (Billboard
  • Ryoji Ikeda interview: “For me, there’s no separation between sound and visuals” (Fact
  • The Blessed Madonna meets nightlife legend Michael Peacock: ​“You’ve seen me completely naked”. (Face
  • Alison Goldfrapp, the singer of Goldfrapp, is going solo with an album of dance music that reflects her craving for euphoria. (NYTimes)  
  • Everything But The Girl on new album: “We were looking for areas of electronic music we hadn’t explored before” (Mixmag
  • Thomas Bangalter on hanging up his Daft Punk helmet – and leaping into ballet. (Guardian)
  • DJ Bone: going FURTHER (DJMag
  • What does AI mean for the music industry? Experts have their say. (Standard
  • 'It's becoming harder and harder': Is the dance music 12-inch on the way out? (RA
  • The UK Garage revival is in full swing. (Bandcamp Daily
  • As music downloads tank, DJs’ favourite platform Beatport is selling more than ever. (Billboard
  • Obituary: Ryuichi Sakamoto - Japanese composer and electronic music pioneer (Guardian
  • Remembering Ryuichi Sakamoto's extraordinary musical life (RA
  • Selections: LENS (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: Animistic Beliefs (RA
  • Recognise: Manara (DJMag
  • Culture as resistance: 6 Palestinian DJs you need to know. (Mixmag
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: April 2023 (DJMag
  • Hysteria, harm or something more sinister?: Why the UK is banning nitrous oxide. (Mixmag
  • TikTok isn’t killing art – Gen Z are more discerning than you think (iNews
  • Five media industry trends and their impact on music licensing and clearance. (Synchtank
  • Roll Over, Beethoven: A brief history of dance producers going symphonic. (Pitchfork
  • Nico Perez on licensing, the changing DJ landscape and making Mixcloud more social. (Attack
  • Studio Digest: Inside Cinthie's trove of vintage hardware (RA
  • On the day the late DJ and producer Andrew Weatherall would have turned 60, his friends and family are ensuring that his club nights, festivals and sense of cosmic wonder all live on. (Guardian
  • Bridging the divide between EDM and the underground... with Daft Punk's help. (FirstFloor)  
  • Life after Daft Punk: Thomas Bangalter on ballet, AI and ditching the helmet. (BBC
  • SOHMI stuns with ‘Recital’ and talks representation for Asian Americans and women in dance music. (Forbes
  • Hospital Records co-founder Chris Goss on why "there's another explosion" of Drum & Bass coming. (EDM
  • The Korean-American artist Yaeji was a darling of the underground dance scene, but hadn’t fully reckoned with her painful past. (Guardian
  • Beauty amid the chaos: Why Avalon Emerson made a dream pop album. (Mixmag
  • Vintage Culture breaks down his latest singles and passion project: Born of Music Addiction. (Magnetic
  • 20 questions with Amtrac: Ahead of his tour, the producer talks copycat artists (‘Lazy’), cooking (‘A passion’) and You (‘You’re cool’). (Billboard
  • The 15 best techno tracks of March 2023 (Magnetic
  • 10 iconic electronic music collaboration that redefined the genre. (Magnetic
  • Fresh Kicks 196: Maral (DJMag
  • Meet Jessica Audiffred: A bass music artist shaking up dance music from Mexico. (Forbes
  • 40 years of R&S Records with founder Renaat Vandepapeliere. (DT
  • These are the most exciting gqom producers right now. (DJMag
  • The future of Music Recognition Technology: How DJMonitor is transforming the payments landscape. (PRS
  • Ultra Miami got its mojo back, and then some (EDMTunes
  • With tens of thousands of fans assembled at an Ultra stage meant to "resist" the mainstream this past weekend, it seems the dance world culture wars have reached a tipping point. (Billboard
  • Each year the dance music industry descends on Miami for a week of music and partying. But in a sector that parties for work, what kind of business is actually accomplished? (Billboard
  • ‘It can’t just be a vibe anymore’: Can Major Lazer and Major League Djz really, truly break the Amapiano genre stateside? (Billboard
  • DJ Hannah Wants shares crazy memories of her previous Hideout Festival experience ahead of her appearance at this year's event in June. (TimeOut
  • Paurro shares an adrenaline-charged mix and speaks about her musical journey, debut EP and the wealth of dance music talent in Mexico. (Mixmag
  • James Holden: "I got really bored of making music. But the moment I discovered modular and Live and Max/MSP, it all opened up again" (MusicRadar
  • ‘It’s been a huge, jumbled-up, confusing development’: Richie Hawtin on the current state of Techno. (Billboard
  • In the wake of his passing, we look back on Ryuichi Sakamoto's decades-long career, from Yellow Magic Orchestra to his film scores and beyond. (Dazed
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto: the avant gardist who became a groundbreaking pop star. (Guardian
  • Selections: Harmony (DJMag
  • Get to Know: Imer6ia (DJMag
  • What is downtempo music? (Magnetic
  • Art-ificial intelligence: Why AI isn't the only tech challenge for the future of artistic expression. (MW
  • How Deep Dish's 'Junk Science' pushed house music into new territory. (DJMag
  • An interview with the L.I.E.S. founder about his label, its place in the dance music canon and his upcoming solo album. (FirstFloor
  • ​Need for speed: Why the UK fell back in love with bassline and speed garage. (Mixmag
  • In a crowded market for dance music, indie events company Stranger Than is transforming iconic L.A. locations into clubs. (Billboard
  • A new era of the rave underground - led by femme and queer POC DJs and collectives – is popping off in Los Angeles. Star Eyes and Bianca Oblivion of the Warp Mode crew clue us in. (Mixmag
  • South African dance music is the sound of resilience (gal-dem
  • ‘I saw lightning between their fingers’: DJs on the magic of unusual dancefloors. (Guardian
  • Depeche Mode’s Dave and Martin open up on the death of founding member Andy Fletcher & new album Memento Mori. (Sun
  • Everything but the Girl breaks a 24-year silence with a bang. (NYTimes)
  • “Dance music is folk music”: Why James Holden is still inspired by rave culture. (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with Todd Terry: Living up to his legendary status and why ‘major labels put out the worst dance records ever’ (Billboard
  • Becky Hill is the fourth most streamed British female artist. She reveals how it all began. (SundayTimes
  • “DJs are surprised when they visit”: Why Newcastle’s DIY clubbing scene is thriving. (Mixmag
  • UK electronic musician Daniel Avery on seeking his truth. (RollingStoneUK
  • AI comes for the DJ: London partygoers rave to robot beats. (Reuters
  • The world's most influential DJs (DJTechReviews
  • The Sound of Resistance: A year in Ukrainian electronic music (RA
  • Can Spotify’s AI-powered DJ lend support to the fight for artist royalties? (MusicTech
  • 15 best bass music tracks of February (Magnetic
  • Selections: Doc Sleep (DJMag
  • Introducing Schak (Attack
  • On Cue: Jaye Ward (DJMag
  • In Tracks: Pitch Music & Arts 2023 (RA
  • Soundtracking: Marco Shuttle & Nene H [video] (RA
  • In Asia-Pacific, nightlife activism remains an uphill battle. (RA
  • Microstreaming: How brands use niche music streaming to reach key audiences. (Hypebot
  • The demise of clubbing isn’t just a cultural loss, it’s an existential deprivation for generations who are coming of age. (Observer
  • Inside NTS Radio, London's global music phenomenon (GQ
  • Mixmag is 40: An interview with our first ever cover star, Shalamar. (Mixmag
  • Sudan Archives' violin-charged R&B is detonating classical conventions. (Mixmag
  • Welcome to the new Miami underground (DJMag
  • The Past, Present, and Future of M83 (Ringer
  • Klaudia Gawlas: "Success is a journey, not a destination" (Attack
  • Diplo has elegantly blurred LGBT lines — unlike tricksy Harry Styles. (Standard
  • PinkPantheress on chart success and hearing loss after years of exposure to loud music had left her 80% deaf in her right ear: 'I did my mourning already'. (BBC
  • Eliza Rose has made history and conquered the UK charts. What’s next? (Mixmag
  • Purple Disco Machine: from the Grammys to Miami (DJMag
  • 12 dub and ambient techno tracks to sneak into Spring 2023. (Magnetic
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: March 2023 (DJMag
  • Discover six innovative record labels that are approaching music creatively in 2023. (Magnetic
  • Selections: DJ IC (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: Nick León (RA
  • Get To Know: Dr. Ushūu (DJMag
  • Recognise: DJ SWISHA (DJMag)
  • A complete guide to Miami Music Week 2023. (EDM
  • A history of Trax Records and the fight for Chicago's house pioneers' royalties (DJMag
  • 5 women in the synthesizer industry - Flavia Ferreira (Focusrite), Paula Maddox (Dove Audio), Sandra Sims (SDS Digital Modular), Yoriko Matsushita (Roland) & Kris Kaiser (Noise Engineering)  (Attack)
  • We have entered the era of 'Fred againia' (Mixmag
  • The Art of DJing: Octo Octa (DJMag
  • Rêve has a flurry of red-hot singles and three Juno nominations: Behind one of the fastest-rising artists in dance. (Billboard
  • Fever Ray: ‘You have to dare yourself to be vulnerable’ (Dazed
  • Drum-and-Bass is rising Again, with Nia Archives in the spotlight. (NewYorkTimes
  • Orbital: "It’s embarrassing to be called 'icons' but at least it's better than being called 'wankers'". (Mixmag
  • Why Kaskade and deadmau5 formed Kx5, dance music’s most in-demand odd couple. (Billboard
  • Breaking Through: DJ Gigola (RA
  • Get to know Gayance, the DJ and producer expressing joyfulness through music (Mixmag
  • Fresh Kicks 195: Stones Taro (DJMag
  • The pulse of pop music is changing. (Atlantic
  • Crossover and collectivity: Why London's house underground is evolving. (Mixmag
  • Last night AI DJ saved my life? Testing Spotify’s virtual radio host. (Guardian
  • How Drexciya's 'The Quest' embedded the Detroit act's mythology in dance music history. (DJMusic
  • Elevate your music production skills with Gui Boratto's masterclass: Learn from a Brazilian electronic music legend. (Magnetic
  • Are sped-up songs set to become the future of music? (TheMusic
  • Harder, better, faster, stronger: Has dance music got harder and faster? (Mixmag
  • AVA London founder Sarah McBriar on how the creative industry can bring the spirit of SXSW to the UK. (MusicWeek
  • They Hate Change: parallel worlds (DJMag
  • New Jersey's restless Riovaz finds his groove - and he's already eying the next thing. (Billboard
  • Continental sound: King Perryy is creating a paradigm shift in Afro Dancehall music. (Mixmag
  • Karen Harding Masterclass: Vocal and Songwriting (Magnetic
  • A Tale of Ten City: Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily on the Past and Present of Love Is Love. (Flood
  • In Conversation: Francis Mercier, Michael Brun and Nitefreak on Black History Month. (Forbes
  • Cosmicat is Saudi Arabia's first female superstar DJ and producer: "They wouldn’t take me seriously - all you can do is show them how it's done" (MusicRadar
  • deadmau5 and Kaskade on Kx5, the perils of signing for a major label and why we should “unleash the beast” of AI-written pop songs. (MusicTech
  • 10 of the best house records according to DJ Paulette. (Mixmag
  • The top 50 most-played tracks at Dutch Electronic Music Festivals in 2022. (Billboard
  • The top 50 most-played artists at Dutch Electronic Music Festivals in 2022. (Billboard
  • The Sound Of: The North Quarter (DJMag
  • Selections: Zoë Mc Pherson (DJMag
  • The Art of DJing: Aurora Halal (RA
  • Bastion of hope – A techno temple for the lost future. (ElectronicBeats
  • How Scott Garcia's A London Thing became an era-defining UKG anthem (DJMag
  • High price of visas keeps British musicians off US tours. (Observer
  • What happens when you take your music off Spotify? (Attack
  • To hire or not to hire a publicist: making the best choice for your music career. (DJBooth
  • How the cost of living crisis is impacting festivals. (Mixmag
  • Singapore's rave scene offers freedom in a strait-laced city. (BBC
  • Gauteng style: a history of house music in South Africa (DJMag
  • The wild story of how fans provoked Dom Dolla and MK into releasing Rhyme Dust. (Magnetic
  • Channel Tres on kicking his addictions and how his new EP is ‘me realizing I’m ready for the big stage type of energy’. (Billboard
  • 'Unmistakably Black': Kelela is a liaison between the worlds within dance music (Mixmag
  • We caught up with newly formed electronic trio Lufthaus in the midst of their European tour to talk Berlin, Partying at Pikes and the 'melody of being a human being' (Mixmag
  • The battle of corporate America vs DJ Hanzel. (DA
  • The Lisbona Sisters talk ‘Beaming Brighter,’ representation in dance music and creating songs. (Forbes
  • “I definitely restarted from scratch…” Jon Carter on his return to dance music. (909Originals
  • For Interplanetary Criminal, the only way is up from B.O.T.A. (Face
  • Fred Again.. awoke something deep in us. (Junkee
  • SXM Festival founder Julian Prince on how to do a destination festival right. (Magnetic)
  • Same as it ever was: Gen X's disappointing anger over sped up TikTok songs. (Attack
  • How do music creators get paid by TikTok? (Songtrust
  • Techno-plagiarism and the battle for music in a new age of AI. (Synchtank - Eamonn Forde) The debate around AI generated music and its copyright implications. 
  • AI and music copyright: A field guide for artists and developers. (Water & Music
  • Songs in DJ sets are notoriously hard to track — How a Dutch rights organization is paying royalties. (Billboard
  • The founders of three labels–Optimo Music, Balkan Vinyl and 12th Isle–explained why trading with the EU has become a minefield. (RA
  • How ADHD shapes dance music. (Attack
  • Remembering dance music pioneer Nathan Coles. (Sun
  • Selections: Identified Patient (DJMag
  • Is AI music a genuine threat to real artists? (Vice
  • How the cost of living crisis is impacting nightclubs and promoters. (Mixmag
  • AIM's CEO Silvia Montello discusses strengths of the independent sector, supporting neurodiverse talent, and building your core fan base: 'It just needs to be small, beautiful and committed'. (PRS - Liam Konemann) 
  • Skrillex’s Quest For Fire: 5 essential tracks (Billboard
  • Trance is back—and it’s no joke. (Pitchfork
  • MC and grime pioneer Flowdan talks to Attack Magazine about collaborating with Fred again.. and Skrillex, grime and his record label. (Attack
  • WHIPPED CREAM: stepping into the unknown. (DJMag
  • DJ Hanzel the pioneering producer discusses why Dillon Francis' last album made him sick. [video] (Billboard
  • Ahead of Studio 338’s 10-year anniversary party, garage pioneer Todd Edwards talks about his musical firsts. (Notion
  • With the launch of her record label UMAY, the Turkish-born techno artist Nene H commits to teaching emerging producers what not to do in the electronic music business. (RA
  • Channel Tres: ‘House music is for everybody, but it’s special when it’s your people’ (Guardian
  • Nooriyah shares an upbeat mix and speaks about going viral, how algorithms are affecting musical diversity, and representing music from the SWANA region in her genre-spanning club sets. (Mixmag
  • "It’s important for us to show that working-class queerness": SHERELLE and I. JORDAN in conversation. (Mixmag
  • Orbital: on and on (DJMag
  • Top 60 EDM love songs of all time. (Billboard
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: February 2023 (DJMag
  • 8 up-and-coming Japanese DJs that you need to know (Mixmag
  • Fresh Kicks 194: Kiernan Laveaux (DJMag
  • Selections: Sicaria (DJMag
  • The Nomadic DJ: What are the best tools for digging and mixing on the go? (RA
  • Want to protect local nightlife? Learn from these three North American cities (RA
  • Sync leaders discuss their hopes and goals for 2023 (Synchtank
  • Producer Pioneers: Lucinda Chua (RA
  • Dive into how exercise can supercharge your creativity and drive to produce the best music of your life with producer Wassu as he shares how his running routine shapes his career both in the studio and on the road. (Magnetic
  • Saoirse: body mover (DJMag
  • How What So Not developed his own immersive rave - and found his purpose. (EDM
  • Kiss Nuka: tilting the scales (DJMag
  • KSHMR talks about his new reverb plugin ‘KSHMR Reverb’ and his desire to help other producers. (Attack
  • David Guetta says the future of music is in AI. (BBC - Mark Savage)  
  • Uncovering Moodymann's Detroit hip hop origins (Mixmag
  • The best tracks of the year 2023 so far. (Mixmag
  • Magnetic's Artist of the Week: Black Wands (Magnetic
  • Selections: Holly Lester (DJMag
  • EDM.com Class of 2023 revealed  
  • SYREETA: on the road (DJMag
  • Recognise: Mandidextrous (DJMag
  • EX.645 25 Years of Rush Hour (RA
  • The rise of the hyper-specific Spotify playlist. (Austin Staubus
  • Is TikTok ruining the Berlin club scene? (TheFace
  • Three projects pushing nightlife forward in 2023 (RA
  • In the Spotify era, many musicians struggle to make a living. (WashingtonPost)  
  • Exploring the Scottish Highlands' blossoming dance music scene. (DJMag
  • Discover the top female producers in 2023 according to Monstercat's SKYLER. (Magnetic
  • Spiritual storytelling: Charisse C’s fluid amapiano sets are building a bridge between continents. (Mixmag
  • Portrait of Sama' Abdulhadi [video] (RA
  • "You never know what's gonna happen": Kerri Chandler on the Spaces and Places that made him. (Mixmag
  • Watergate: 20 years at the heart of Berlin nightlife. (DJMag
  • Why dance music culture needs to pay more respect to MCs. (Mixmag
  • How Spotify turned dance music into dance muzak. (5Mag
  • Why do the Grammys get dance music so wrong? Mixmag investigates.  
  • The 15 best house tracks of January 2023 (Magnetic
  • Magnetic's Artist of the Week: Kolidescopes (Magnetic
  • The Sound Of: Get Physical Music (DJMag
  • ChatGPT has professionals in a range of industries justifiably nervous. Should music writers -- those concert-addicted, record-hoarding gatekeepers of good taste -- be worried too? (Tidal - Simon Reynolds)  
  • How Double 99's 'Ripgroove' lit the fuse for speed garage in the UK. (DJMag
  • Understanding the importance of A&R in the music industry (Forbes
  • What happens when you take your music off Spotify? (Attack
  • Why streaming algorithms keep getting better. (Trapital
  • Why artists are ditching major labels to go independent. (RollingStone
  • The Art of Production: 808 State (RA
  • The Return of NACHTIVILLE, a delirious techno playground (RA)  
  • Producer Pioneers: Flava D (RA
  • C.003: Sama' Abdulhadi: Beyond All Borders (RA
  • Tokimonsta, Richie Hawtin, Nicole Moudaber and more share advice on how DJs who don't make the highest-paid list can best manage their earnings (which aren't as high as you think). (Billboard
  • 4,800 nightlife businesses shut down for good last year. (Mixmag
  • Selections: Eli Escobar (DJMag
  • How Air’s ‘Moon Safari’ became an elegant masterpiece of '90s electronic music (DJMag
  • 30 years of promoting in Detroit. (Attack
  • The Art of DJing: Batu (RA
  • Inside Copenhagen's bass-fuelled garage scene (DJMag
  • Streaming killed the music experience. It’s time to bring it back to life. (FastCo
  • Kaleena Zanders releases V I B R A T I O N and speaks on representation for vocalists in the dance music community. (Forbes
  • ANOTR: a family affair (DJMag
  • How ODESZA became one of the biggest headliners of the summer festival season. (Billboard
  • Ever wondered why Helena Hauff, Shackleton or Crooked Man aren’t on social media? Can an artist survive without social media? (Attack
  • The rising cost of everything: Inflation hits UK clubland (RA
  • Reports from the NY:LON conference
    Neighbouring rights: ‘We’re hitting the ground running…’ (MusicAlly)  
    SoundExchange CEO: ‘If you present your case properly, you can have increases’ (MusicAlly
    Regulating the streaming economy: ‘Consumption isn’t the same as consumer’ (MusicAlly
    TikTok music boss talks short video, long-form listening and licensing. (MusicAlly
    Diversity, equity and inclusion in music: ‘You have to look harder’. (MusicAlly
    WMG’s Oana Ruxandra on music’s evolution: ‘Conservatism is out the door!’ (MusicAlly
    New music formats: ‘Your fans aren’t AI. Your fans are real people’. (MusicAlly)
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: January 2023 (DJMag
  • DJ Mag’s artists to watch in 2023 (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 193: Lolsnake (DJMag
  • Where do DJs get their music? The complete guide for digital crate diggers in 2023. (Magnetic
  • After a record breaking year with 26 events in 10 countries, EXIT is optimistically walking towards 2023! (IQ
  • Extra! Extra!: Fiasco! is the queer party sensation inviting London's clubbers to get scandalous (Mixmag
  • LCD Soundsystem’s Tyler Pope: “Electronic music was never my thing until Daft Punk came along” (MusicTech
  • A history of Guaracha in ten tracks (RA
  • New blueprint: How Jyoty grew from rave lifer to DJ phenomenon (Mixmag
  • Producer Pioneers: Honey Dijon breaks down her creative process [Video] (RA
  • Patrick Topping: northern powerhouse (DJMag
  • FaltyDL: honest appraisal (DJMag
  • EX.643 Peggy Gou talks self-image, brand building and failure. (RA
  • 'It's definitely a harder grind': Is electronic music becoming inaccessible to the working classes? (RA)  
  • 'He was unique': Cameron Leslie, Mark Ronson, Tom March & more remember Fabric's Shaun Roberts.  (MW
  • ‘It Breaks My Heart’: Iranian electronic artists Dubfire, Lady Faith & Starfari on the country’s ongoing protests and the beauty of their culture. (Billboard
  • Obituary: Maxi Jazz (Times
  • RIP Maxi Jazz: The sacred voice of Faithless who made dancefloors transcendent. (Mixmag
  • Maxi Jazz: the calm eye in the centre of Faithless’s rave storm. (Guardian
  • The Sound Of: Eastern Margins (DJMag
  • Selections: DJ Stingray 313 (DJMag
  • For the past year a Middlesbrough pressing plant, Press On Vinyl, has been helping artists make records, and there is no sign of demand slowing down (Guardian
  • Former BPI CEO Geoff Taylor talked about the annual music figures; music streaming trends in the UK; short-video services like TikTok and YouTube Shorts; the challenges posed by creative AI technology; and the potential impact of the cost-of-living crisis on the music industry. (MusicAlly
  • 2022 Reflections: The cost of gigging crisis. (RA
  • Music artists lean into data as creator economy booms. (Forbes
  • How Iranians influence EDM: Meet Rezz and other transformative artists of Iranian descent. (EDM
  • A rave of their own: Egypt’s women DJs creating inclusive dance floors (JordanTimes
  • Inside the Skrillex, Four Tet & Fred again.. Set in London. (Billboard)
  • DJ Sabrina the Teenage DJ: the cheeky dance producer who’s been mistaken for Aphex Twin. (Guardian
  • Leftfield: rhythm & health (DJMag
  • Amapiano star Musa Keys talks about inspiring new evolutions in amapiano, fashion and the importance of being independent. (Mixmag
  • DJ Sama’ Abdulhadi on techno and tenacity: ‘As a Palestinian you know life could be over in 10 minutes’. (Guardian
  • Nia Archives: Jungle revivalist on a mission to change the industry (BBC
  • Fred again..: Emotional electronica from a producer to the stars. (BBC
  • Marcel Dettmann: The Next Chapter. (RA
  • Year in Tunes: Top 20 Tracks of 2022 (EDMTunes
  • The 15 best dance albums of 2022: (Magnetic)
  • Dancing Astronaut presents the Top Dance Albums of 2022
  • Dancing Astronaut presents the Top 100 Dance Tracks of 2022 
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Breakout Artists of 2022: ISOxo and Knock2 
  • Dancing Astronaut’s 2022 Artist of the Year: Fred again.. 
  • Dancing Astronaut’s 2022 Label of the Year: Afterlife
  • 2022 in review: Five key trends in the dance space (DA
  • 2022 in review: 8 trends that defined dance music (Grammy
  • The 22 DJs who defined the year 2022 (Mixmag)
  • The 22 top breakthrough DJs of the Year 2022 (Mixmag
  • The top 24 artists to check out in 2023. (Mixmag
  • Mixmag's guide to the best DJ mixes of 2022 
  • Mixmag's guide to the best albums and EPs of the year
  • Mixmag's guide to the best tracks of the year 2022
  • CloZee: family plan (DJMag
  • How club promoters pivoted to keep dancefloors packed this year. (Billboard
  • “People were curious”: Underground Kampala is creating a techno culture in Uganda (Mixmag
  • ‘It was a gateway for people to get into electronic music’: 30 years of Warp Records’ Artificial Intelligence. (Guardian
  • 25 years of Groove Armada: “You appreciate the absurdity of it all” (Mixmag
  • Mavin’s Director of A&R, Rima Tahini: "A&R is not just about music, it takes empathy and care and a desire to make things happen". (MBW)
  • Adana Twins: “It’s important to go the extra mile” (ElectronicGroove
  • Catching up with The Chainsmokers: Their hopes for another "Golden Age" of dance music, a Latin collab and yes, going to space. (Grammy)
  • 20 questions with Mau P: How his hit ‘Drugs From Amsterdam’ ’opened doors I’ve been banging on for years’ (Billboard
  • RIP Manuel Göttsching: A visionary musician who inspired the sound of the future (Mixmag
  • The Best Albums of 2022 (RA)
  • The 50 Best Dance Songs of 2022: Staff Picks (Billboard
  • The 25 Best Dance Albums of 2022: Staff Picks (Billboard
  • DJ Mag's top albums of 2022 
  • DJ Mag's top tracks of 2022  
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: December 2022 (DJMag
  • Selections: Nosaj Thing (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: MoBlack Records (DJMag
  • Franky Wah's 10 afterparty essentials. (Magnetic
  • The Art of Production: Steffi (RA
  • How LFO's 'Frequencies' became a benchmark for '90s bleep techno (DJMag
  • The Secret DJ: 'It may be time to examine what 'success' actually means.' (PRS
  • Tracking the growth of the production music sector and the tech driving it forward. (Synchtank
  • Community at its core: Warm Up is a London rave staple that might change your life (Mixmag
  • The 2ManyDJs album As Heard on Radio Soulwax Pt 2 kickstarted the mashup phenomenon. As they prepare for an anniversary concert, the Dewaele brothers discuss bootlegs, brotherhood and looking back. (Guardian)  
  • Gabrielle Kwarteng: sonic shift (DJMag
  • Inside the real estate crisis crushing Miami’s nightlife. (RA
  • Why Carl Cox is moving beyond being a DJ. (Mixmag
  • From fans to friends: Eden Samara, Loraine James and object blue in conversation (Mixmag
  • Loraine James: the art of instinct (DJMag
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2023 
  • Best of 2022: Music Producers (EDM
  • Best of 2022: Performances & DJ sets (EDM
  • Best of 2022: Industry Leaders (EDM
  • Best songs of 2022 (EDM
  • Fresh Kicks 191: Aleksandir (DJMag
  • Selections: Hodge (DJMag
  • The Art of Promoting: Secretsundaze (RA
  • ‘The job is going to die’: Songwriters say more change is needed to survive in the music industry. (RollingStone
  • The community at the core of São Paulo's legendary club scene. (i-D
  • 'Brave and extraordinary': China's electronic music community protests against zero-Covid policy (RA
  • Why TikTok users love sped-up songs. Fans of the fast-paced web platform prefer singers who sound like chipmunks. But why? (Ted Gioia
  • Drake is top Dance/Electronic Artist for 2022: The Year in Charts (Billboard
  • We like to party: how pop became the sound of the underground (DJMag
  • How Club BEMA got dance music back into the MOBO Awards. (Mixmag
  • “I refuse to be boxed in”: rRoxymore’s shapeshifting sound is always evolving (Mixmag
  • C.002 Helena Hauff: The rules don't apply (RA
  • Techno star Nicole Moudaber talks being jailed and growing up in a patriarchal society. (Forbes)
  • UK electronic musician Daniel Avery on seeking his truth. (RollingStone
  • Selections: Peach (DJMag
  • Get To Know: Heléna Star (DJMag
  • Week-long raves, rare sets and gangland confrontations — Isaac Muk dives into the history of London's trend-setting nautical nightclub, Boat Live. (Mixmag
  • How LTJ Bukem's 'Logical Progression' expressed his unique vision for drum & bass (DJMag)
  • How 2manydjs made their mash-up masterpiece As Heard on Radio Soulwax Pt 2. (Dazed
  • How Bicep created one of 2022’s must-see live shows (RollingStoneUK
  • Bedouin and the Language of Music (LAWeekly)
  • Fred P: keep on moving (DJMag
  • Honey Dijon steps up from dance music’s underground. (NYTimes)  
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: November 2022 (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 190: Monster (DJMag
  • The Art of Production: Hudson Mohawke (RA
  • All you need to know about Phonk, the dance subgenre that’s taking off (Billboard
  • Why Marky B, Bradford’s latest bassline hope, is doing it on his own. (Mixmag
  • Joris Delacroix and Joachim Pastor talk about the benefits of collaborating on music and why more producers should prioritize teaming with others to make a track. (Magnetic
  • After announcing its first international festival, Sam Kandel speaks about the Warehouse Project's first festival, Rotterdam as a city and what loyal ravers should expect from the May Bank Holiday weekender. (Mixmag
  • The Glitch Mob on ‘Ctrl Alt Reality’: ‘We made this record for ourselves’ (DA
  • Founding DJs Fabio and Grooverider recall the beginnings of the jungle scene while new star Sherelle celebrates its resurgence. (FT
  • Nia Archives: “Jungle music has always been a strong sound of the underground” (NME
  • How Wales is reclaiming its place in electronic music history (DJMag
  • Why music clearance remains so complex and how that can be fixed. (Synchtank - Eamonn Forde) 
  • How Iran's government crackdowns are impacting electronic artists. (RA
  • Women have been backing techno, house and disco tracks for decades. But are they getting the recognition—and payment—they're due? (RA
  • The Sound Of: Freeride Millenium (DJMag
  • Sacred Spaces: The Ministry of Love by Eris Drew and Octo Octa. (RA
  • 30 of the best electronic albums of the past 30 years (and how they were made) (MusicRadar
  • On the road: Dance System takes us on tour in North America and Asia. (Mixmag
  • Rakastella Music Festival shares seven signs of a well-run music event. (Magnetic
  • DJ Tennis wants to show you how it's done during Rakastella. (MiamiNewTimes
  • Gilles Peterson: “Great art is full of mistakes, it gives it character" (Mixmag
  • 'Unfeasible for many artists': Are exclusivity clauses causing local DJs more harm than good? (RA
  • Helena Hauff’s listening diary. (Guardian
  • Rochelle Jordan: agent of change (DJMag
  • Creative transition: How Ivy Lab conquered the US beats scene. (Mixmag
  • Estée Blu: The music industry is not a meritocracy, and it's harshest on Black women. (Mixmag
  • Ash Lauryn: the Detroit-born DJ preserving house and techno's Black roots (DJMag
  • How Fred Again.. transforms the sounds of social media into rave-worthy beauty. (npr
  • 40 years later, Carl Cox is just getting started. (EDM
  • Defected Malta: the house music institution's new festival is a sparkling success. (DJMag
  • Bringing Dirtybird to Roost: Ghazi & Moody Jones discuss the electronic label’s future at EMPIRE. (Billboard
  • The 15 best techno tracks of October 2022 (Magnetic
  • Recognise: Nite Fleit (DJMag
  • As the Haçienda turns 40, Peter Hook – bassist of Joy Division, New Order and one of the founders of the club – talks about the chaos, foolhardiness, and the music. (iNews
  • Building for 16 years: Wigflex grew a world class party outside the UK's major cities (Mixmag
  • Fred again..: the producer’s meteoric rise in 10 banging tracks. (NME)
  • Making a splash: Myd is bringing sun-drenched French touch to Europe's dancefloors. (Mixmag
  • Claptone: ‘I want them to experience a proper escape from reality’ (beat
  • Authentically vintage: Dimitri From Paris on fashion and party economics. (Manchester's Finest
  • Having honed his DJ skills after fighting cancer, ¥ØU$UK€ ¥UK1MAT$U is on a mission to share his kaleidoscopic selections with the world. (Mixmag
  • Producer-artist Pat Lok on why you need to understand NFT clauses (and what they even are). (Billboard
  • ‘House isn’t a subculture. It’s my culture’: Cakes Da Killa on ballroom, Beyoncé and Black love. (Guardian
  • Porter Robinson talks Robinson Malawi Fund and Crunchyroll at Second Sky Music Festival. (Forbes
  • It’s not just ‘exhaustion’: Why mental health is finally a priority for music artists. (Variety
  • The increasing closure of nightclubs threatens jobs, as well as the future of music and the souls of towns and cities. (Observer - Dave Haslam) 
  • Can Ibiza survive by building a sustainable future? (Mixmag
  • How is the cost-of-living crisis hitting UK nightlife? (DJMag
  • Anton Powers on the demise of dance music snobbery amid the genre's streaming boom. (MusicWeek
  • Obituary: Joyce Sims - Singer and songwriter whose hits All and All and Come Into My Life brought an exciting new sound to pop and became club classics. (Guardian
  • Fresh Kicks 189: Suchi (DJMag
  • Meet Massano: A burgeoning melodic techno artist (Forbes
  • The history of Spiral Tribe, the UK’s most notorious travelling sound system. (DJMag
  • The unsung heroes of nightlife. (RA
  • Artists are cancelling live dates owing to soaring costs, venue bottlenecks, Brexit and the pandemic. Can touring ever be viable again? (Guardian)  
  • How SL2's 'On A Ragga Tip' became '90s UK rave culture's most enduring anthem. (DJMag
  • How Porter Robinson and the team behind ‘The Wizarding World of Harry Potter’ built a universe for Robinson’s Second Sky Festival. (Billboard
  • Cerrone shares 10 tracks that defined the disco era. (Magnetic
  • Hayden James talks about his live setup, fatherhood, and how he makes his risers. (Attack
  • The Brian Eno-mentored musician Fred Gibson, Fred Again.., is amassing a following with tracks built from social feeds and his iPhone. The intricate and emotional results can sometimes even start a party. (NYTimes
  • 20 questions with KiNK: The enigmatic producer on ‘Educated’ U.S. audiences and how ‘this life sounded like a hallucination back in Bulgaria’ (Billboard
  • Inside Carl Cox's two-decade saga at Ultra Music Festival. (EDM
  • Carl Cox: the superstar DJ on four decades igniting dancefloors (RollingStone
  • Inside Track: Web3, FOMO & stroopwafels — What happens when the global dance industry ascends on Amsterdam for ADE. (Billboard
  • In Session: Aluna (Mixmag
  • Get to know: Regularfantasy (DJMag
  • A history of UK sound system culture (DJMag
  • John Frusciante: “Jungle is my favourite kind of music ever” (Mixmag
  • UK artist Yewande Adeniran AKA Ifeoluwa, founder of the crew and series of DJ workshops INTERVENTION, pens an unflinchingly honest personal essay of their experiences at the intersections of race and disability. (RA
  • Wreckno: living their fantasy (DJMag
  • Lose Yourself to Dance by DJ Paulette (RA
  • The world-building electro of Cygnus (DJMag
  • Major stars and record labels alike are embracing the brave new musical world of the meta verse. (SundayTimes
  • Major stars and record labels alike are embracing the brave new musical world of the meta verse. (SundayTimes
  • Musicians are cancelling concerts and entire tours because the rising costs of staff and materials coupled with a drop off in ticket sales is making them too expensive to run. (Observer
  • Festival organisers grapple with increasing financial challenges amid ongoing effects of Brexit and the pandemic. (Guardian
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear: October 2022 (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 187: Tarzsa (DJMag)  
  • Selections: Lucrecia Dalt (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: Isabella Lovestory (RA
  • What I've learnt: Goldie (Times
  • The live music industry is broken. (Vulture
  • Without independent radio, homogeny thrives (Mixmag
  • What will be the role of A&R in tomorrow’s music business? (Billboard)
  • Towards recommender system optimisation. Our vision and our data tool for algorithmic optimisation on streaming platforms. (MT
    Part 2: How can artists influence recommendation algorithms? (MT
  • The endless evolution of Jersey club. (DJMag
  • Thirst for freedom: Kyiv’s queer clubbing community returns to the dancefloor. (Mixmag)
  • DJ Agoria: Morocco’s electronic music scene is blooming (MoroccoWorld)  
  • How does Zedd’s debut ‘Clarity’ hold up 10 years later? A pair of anniversary shows demonstrate it’s still got the magic. (Billboard
  • Going with the flow: Fluidae is bringing positive connections to Sicily's dancefloors (Mixmag
  • Dual perspective: Mount Kimbie’s new album is a unique insight into the duo's artistic connection. (Mixmag
  • Sexy but terrifying: Sam Quealy's X-rated techno-pop will fuck with your head (Mixmag
  • Daniel Avery: truth matters (DJMag
  • Fred again...: ‘I was fortunate not to be good at anything else, so I had clarity’ (Guardian
  • If Leftfield's new album sounds urgent, that’s because Neil Barnes has faced divorce, depression and a cancer scare. ‘I thought: if I don’t get it done, I never will’. (Guardian
  • How Kerri Chandler produced a house music ode to the world's iconic dancefloors. (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Kerri Chandler: How an obsession with the club world’s best sound systems forged the icon’s latest album. (Billboard
  • The best things to watch at Amsterdam Dance Event 2022. (Attack
  • Parties, panels and pro tips: 22 things you can't miss at the 2022 Amsterdam Dance Event. (EDM
  • Top 15 deep house tracks of summer 2022. (Magnetic
  • Selections: FOQL (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 186: DJ Mell G (DJMag
  • The Sound of: Trick (DJMag
  • Crunch Digital founder Keith Bernstein is approaching the issue of music copyright and clearance from a different direction - pointing out that it's often companies with a list of legitimate music licenses that accidentally infringe on copyrights. He says the music rights databases, search engines and other online tools don't quite do enough... (IMI
  • Editor's Letter: Celebrating Sacred Spaces (RA
  • Can you feel it: How Mr. Fingers' ‘Ammnesia’ changed the house music experience forever. (DJMag
  • Sea change: exploring the Balearic-inspired beats of Poland’s Baltic coast (DJMag
  • Why you need to party at Brussels’ brand new Rave Rebels festival. (Mixmag
  • How digital piracy shaped modern music (PennyFractions
  • Inside Outernet, the development bringing live music back to Central London. (RollingStone)
  • How did four artists release music on the same day with the same '90s sample. (EDM
  • Focus on community & clubbing will be just fine. (Attack
  • Why Fred again.. is exactly what electronic dance music needed. (EDM
  • How an artist's sound changes over time: Pig & Dan's secrets to a dynamic career in music. (Magnetic
  • After rising to prominence during lockdown, Tañ is now taking clubs by storm with a heady mixes spanning UKG, acid, hardcore, trance, techno and more. (Mixmag
  • Shygirl on new album 'Nymph,' sex, and dance music. (Vulture) 
  • Shygirl: ‘I’m not worried about being super explicit or revealing too much about myself’ (Independent)  
  • One to watch: Tsha (Observer
  • Tsha stuns with her debut album, Capricorn Sun. (Forbes
  • TSHA’s debut album has arrived, but she’s still dealing with imposter syndrome. (Billboard
  • Kerri Chandler: ‘Where we lived, you had three choices: drugs, gangs or music. (Guardian
  • Fresh Kicks 185: Ally Tropical (DJMag
  • How creativity is shaping the virtual rave. (RA
  • Video games introduced me to the Chemical Brothers - now teens find music through Fortnite. (Guardian
  • From dawn till dusk: How Café Mambo prepares for the legendary Ibiza sunset. (Mixmag
  • An oral history of Secretsundaze, London's exuberant party institution. (Mixmag
  • Getting back in the DJ Booth: Amorphous talks paying homage to Beyoncé with ‘Renaissance’ mashups and spinning outside of his bedroom. (Billboard
  • The Secret DJ conducts an industry experiment to find out what defines a respectable demo in the modern-day music business. (PRS
  • Paco Osuna on NOW HERE residency: “It’s impossible to be happier”. (Mixmag
  • Eye on the tides: Joy Anonymous’ beachside dancefloor is a social oasis. (Mixmag
  • Andrea Oliva Ibiza: 'There is no place on earth like Ibiza' (DJMag
  • RIP Jamie Roy: The house maverick who brought life and soul to every party. (Mixmag
  • Defected Records’ new owner Wez Saunders on protecting the label’s legacy: ‘I’m not here to reinvent the wheel’. (Billboard
  • Solomun, the DJ who keeps Ibiza dancing. (NewYorker
  • The 8 parties you can’t miss during Amsterdam Dance Event 2022 (GrooveCartel
  • Get to know: BRUX (DJMag
  • Selections: Manni Dee (DJMag
  • At home with: JakoJako. (DJMag
  • Introducing Petru: "I describe my genre as 'Space Techno'" (Attack
  • Bump up the volume: this New York bumper car soundsystem is a priceless artefact of DJ culture. (DJMag
  • Love is the message: lessons in unity from Lithuania’s electronic music scene. (DJMag
  • ARC Music Festival is a house and techno celebration fit for Chicago. (Mixmag
  • Do New York clubs need stricter door policies? (RA
  • Platforms is the London-based party giving budding clubbers a place to connect. (Mixmag
  • Cultural eruption: Opera festival embodies the beauty of the Sicilian underground. (Mixmag
  • Disclosure brought something new to The Warehouse Project’s return. (Mixmag
  • "The harsh reality is, people can't afford to go to gigs right now": Hot Chip return with an existential album you can dance to, fulled by the hopes and fears of living through the pandemic. (iNews)
  • Phelimuncasi: 'When you listen to gqom, it is also speaking to you' (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Sam Gellaitry: The Scottish producer on Synesthesia, praying to God before sets and why ‘I don’t even like pop stars’ (Billboard
  • Get to know: Charisse C (DJMag
  • Selections: SPFDJ (DJMag
  • On Cue: Warlock (DJMag
  • What to do in a recession. (RA)  
  • How Ticketmaster’s dynamic pricing “takes advantage” of music fans. (NewStatesman
  • Vinyl owned by DJs in the 80s and 90s is still circulating in Chicago shops, and it offers a unique window into the ways house music came alive. (Reader
  • A DJ guide to black dance music classics -- From Chicago house to New Jersey club. (OkayPlayer
  • Sudan Archives' radical honesty (DJMag
  • Reinier Zonneveld: live and direct. (DJMag
  • Exploring the relationship between neurodiversity and dance music. (DJMag
  • An intimate Q&A with Giolì & Assia about the adversity that preceded the release of their most vulnerable—and stunning—album to date. (EDM
  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs: 7 lessons I’ve learnt in the music business. (Billboard
  • DJ Seinfeld and salute talk Gen Z, Manchester and fast-paced club tracks. (Mixmag
  • New mini-documentary on The Warehouse Project showcases 16 years of UK club culture. (RA)
  • Recognise: Heavee (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 184: Ngoni Egan (DJMag)
  • Exploring East Anglia's untold rave history. (DJMag
  • Learn where R&S Records started and how it sets itself apart in the competitive music industry. (Magnetic
  • Gun fingers in wonderland: Boomtown 2022 was a celebration of togetherness. (Mixmag)
  • Rave The Planet brought the original Love Parade spirit back to Berlin. (Mixmag
  • Meagan Deschenes is the Insomniac responsible for Hard Summer Music Festival and so much more. (Forbes
  • Skepta on DJing in Ibiza: "I felt Virgil's Energy in the booth" (Mixmag
  • Kuedo's cinematic synth futurism. (DJMag
  • Franc Moody's new album is a "funk-fueled odyssey" inspired by the wild west. (EDM
  • Techno DJ Deysa talks about how VRJAM and the metaverse is changing the way she interacts with fans and performs her live gigs. (Magnetic
  • Advice from the Adana Twins: Five moments that defined their career. (Magnetic
  • Effy: “You’ve got to take up space for your art” (Notion
  • “Do what you want”: How Touching Bass is empowering Black artists to freely express themselves. (Mixmag
  • Carl Cox: “As far as I’m concerned, my studio has the best speaker system in the world” (MusicRadar
  • Chicago House icons DJ Lady D and Ron Carroll on Drake, Beyonce and the responsibility event promoters have toward the genre. (Billboard
  • The ‘B.O.T.A’ effect: Why Eliza Rose’s chart-topping club track has captured the nation. (Mixmag
  • The fight to preserve Ukraine’s electronic music culture in a time of war. (DJMag
  • The 15 best house tracks of August 2022 (Magnetic
  • Selections: NIKS (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: Critical Music (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 183: Effy Mai (DJMag
  • The effect of urban music on electronica and the sounds of dance music. (Magnetic
  • How Vikter Duplaix's DJ-Kicks compilation became a timeless archive of broken beat. (DJMag
  • How to protect yourself from super-strength ecstasy. (Mixmag
  • AEG Presents CEO of European festivals Jim King talks about staging All Points East and working on France’s Rock En Seine and the debut of Forwards festival in Bristol. (AAA
  • At long last, Houghton Festival prevailed. (RA
  • Houghton Festival 2022: the hot, dusty but triumphant return of the UK’s electronic music marathon. (DJMag
  • Pioneering female DJs deserve recognition for their contribution to club culture. (Guardian
  • Genre Pioneer, Mersiv, explains exactly what the new music genre of Freeform Bass is. (Magnetic
  • Third Party talk methodology behind their live sets amid Tomorrowland debut. (DA
  • BRUX talk about which Brooklyn-based female DJs and producers are crushing the underground scene. (Magnetic
  • CamelPhat allude to ‘Dark Matter’ follow-up, talk ‘Believe,’ and Ushuaïa. (DA
  • Inexhaustible creativity: Lava La Rue is evolving their ideal artistic vision. (Mixmag
  • Themba on the energy of Ibiza and his White Isle residency. (DJMag
  • DJ Eliza Rose says UK club scene should be like Berlin. (BBC
  • Sylvan Esso talk new album "No Rules Sandy" and song breakdowns. (Magnetic
  • Matoma talks about new music and upcoming shows. (EDMTunes
  • "I think it's limitless": Morten on the volcanic potential of the future rave movement. (EDM
  • Festivals, hits and mother nature: Dom Dolla and the puzzle pieces of a career-defining year. (EDM
  • Chicago footwork legacy and innovation: DJ Clent, DJ Corey and DJ Noir in conversation. (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with Josh Wink: The acid house legend on veganism, disco and ‘The nonsense of social media’s importance in being booked’. (Billboard
  • How Becky Hill conquered the charts: Polydor execs and management mark first anniversary of debut LP. (MusicWeek
  • ‘It gives me peace’: house legends Larry Heard and Robert Owens on winning their Trax legal battle. (Guardian
  • Selections: Gene On Earth (DJMag
  • Why are people in their 30s giving up on music? It would have been unimaginable in our 20s, but these days more and more friends are disengaging from a passion we once shared. Surely this is premature? (Guardian
  • Giorgia Angiuli: “Sound is the first form of healing, I have the privilege of discovering the power behind sound” (Mixmag
  • Ruth Royall - "Everything is relative so no advice ever really makes sense." (Attack
  • Lauren Flax: intention is everything (DJMag
  • Robin S.’s ‘Show Me Love’ is back in the spotlight — as are old disputes over its credits. (Billboard
  • Sylvan Esso dives into headlining Electric Forest, opening for ODESZA, and new album. (DA
  • ALOK on his Hï Ibiza residency and new beginnings on the White Isle. (DJMag
  • Lifting the curse: Houghton Festival is finally back and better than ever. (Mixmag
  • UNTOLD, Romania’s biggest party, is the festival that keeps on giving (Mixmag)  
  • "Such a buzz": Behind the scenes of Boomtown Fair with My Nu Leng and Mall Grab (Mixmag
  • Robin Ebinger of Sonus and Time Warp on what it takes to last in the festival industry. (FestivalInsider
  • Wynn Nightlife's Ryan Jones on how he landed Swedish House Mafia's first-ever north American DJ residency. (EDM
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this August (DJMag
  • Reliving BBC Radio 1 Dance Live weekend 2022 (IbizaSpotlight
  • Selections: Wordcolour (DJMag
  • One to watch: Yunè Pinku (Guardian
  • How Shambhala is pioneering harm reduction at music festivals. (EDM
  • From livestream concept to sophomore LP comes Jason Ross’ ‘Atlas’ (DA
  • Danger Mouse & Black Thought: cracking the code (DJMag
  • Jeff Mills on live performance. (RA
  • Mall Grab is ready for the next level. (DJMag
  • Amelie Lens: "Ibiza has a huge impact on the new generation" (DJMag
  • Bru-C: “Amapiano is not just a sound, it's a whole lifestyle” (Mixmag
  • How Black women and queer communities are shaping the future of African electronic music. (Mixmag
  • Disco ain’t dead: how Beyoncé resurrected dance music and its queer history for Renaissance. (TheConversation
  • Aluna Francis on Beyoncé, the ‘oonts oonts’ resurgence and Black women’s place in electronic music. (gal-dem
  • Phantoms are back with a bit more melancholy and their best work to date. (Billboard
  • Hardwell opens up about his soul-stirring road to reinvention: "It feels way more like freedom" (EDM)
  • The 15 best house tracks of July 2022 (Magnetic)
  • The 15 best techno tracks of July 2022 (Magnetic
  • At home with: Richie Blacker (DJMag
  • Selections: The Maghreban (DJMag
  • These acid house and rave membership cards are a window into UK dance music history. (DJMag
  • Connecting the Dots: SHERELLE (RA
  • Get to know NikNak, the creative turntablist making waves in electronic music. (Mixmag
  • The return of the fortysomething raver. (SundayTimes
  • Awakenings 2022: The world's largest techno festival is now even bigger and better (Mixmag
  • ‘Common decency’: Beyoncé’s Renaissance sparks debate about the politics of music sampling. (Guardian
  • The Reader Interview: Hot Chip - "Joe once hit Alexis with a baseball bat" (Guardian
  • Eliza Rose: the DJ behind this summer’s most empowering dance anthem. (NME
  • Raves, resilience and rapture: How Ray Volpe overcame his lowest moment to produce a game-changing record. (EDM
  • Andy Cato: "I sold the rights to my Groove Armada songs to buy a farm – now I hope to revolutionise food production" (Guardian
  • Alison Wonderland talks Loner and more, live from HARD Summer. (DA
  • Drum & bass MC Tali is taking control of her future. (DJMag
  • Lewis Thompson has written and produced eight UK Top 10 singles...now he's going solo: "You need the music to back you up, right?" (OCC)   
  • Karl Bartos: "Kraftwerk turned into the dehumanisation of music" (Guardian
  • Vintage Culture: "Back on the road is like a family reunion" (Attack
  • 20 questions with Claude VonStroke: "Anyone who puts on a festival with all their own money is totally insane or really adores their fans" (Billboard
  • Selections: Hagan (DJMag
  • Get to know: Elle Shimada (DJMag)  
  • A matter of space: how nightlife communities fight gatekeeping (ElectronicBeats
  • Why does clubbing feel so expensive right now? (Vice)
  • Why dancehall isn't a major industry in the UK, and what needs to be done. (Mixmag
  • Licensing, lawsuits and revenue sharing: Meta's evolving relationship with the music industry. (Synchtank
  • My Favorite Dance Tracks: Nine artists on their all-time dance-floor burners. (RollingStone
  • The harsh reality of touring as a female POC DJ. (Vice
  • Italo disco’s eternal evolution (DJMag
  • Kraftwerk’s Karl Bartos: ‘We were overwhelmed by technology’. (FT
  • Voguing our way through Beyonce's Renaissance A track-by-track dance reference guide to B7. (Vulture
  • Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ embodies decades of dance music. Here’s a guide. (NYTimes
  • 20 questions with Maxim of The Prodigy: On his NFT drop and the ‘part of me that doesn’t want to let go’ of the late Keith Flint. (Billboard
  • 60 reasons to celebrate the legendary Carl Cox. (Mixmag
  • Plastikman's 'Consumed' remains a masterclass in dark, minimalist techno. (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 181: FILM (DJMag
  • Selections: Shannen SP (DJMag
  • The spiritual and sacred language of Ron Trent's house music. (DJMag
  • The symbiotic interdependence of dance music duos. (Attack
  • Revolutionary impact: How ZVUK built dance music as a culture in Kazakhstan. (Mixmag
  • DJ Screw: tracing the genius of the chopped 'n' screwed pioneer. (DJMag
  • “Sobriety taught me that life is worth living”: Life lessons with DJ Fat Tony. (Mixmag
  • ‘There are still battles to be had, but it’s incredible’: the female DJs finally getting their dues (Guardian
  • Trans women DJs are taking over the club. (Pitchfork
  • Connecting the Dots: Afrodeutsche (RA)
  • "Every A&R has a horror story" Mark Knight remixies historic Avicii song years after missed opportunity to sign it. (EDM
  • ODESZA are revisiting their past to find their future. (DJMag
  • ODESZA: "You can have all the gear in the world, but that doesn’t mean you’re going to write anything super special" (MusicRadar
  • Sound of liberation: How Moonchild Sanelly crystalised her future ghetto funk vision. (Mixmag
  • Kevin Gimble and Steve Gordon guide EDM’s big success at United Talent Agency. (Pollstar
  • Carl Cox is still searching for his perfect techno sound. (DJMag
  • Rupture’s Mantra and Double O are joining jungle’s roots to its future. (DJMag
  • Michael Bibi’s time has come, again: The pandemic interrupted the U.K. producer’s rise, but he’s back and better for it. (Billboard
  • Moonchild Sanelly's limitless universe. (DJMag
  • Recognise: RHYW (DJMag
  • Can Destination Festivals exist in harmony with local communities? (RA
  • Mr Eazi, Black Coffee and Ajebutter22: The African music artists backing startups. (TechCrunch
  • Out of Space: How UK cities shaped rave culture (RA
  • Scottish duo LF System are at No 1 with their spin on a 70s obscurity, the commercial peak for a disco edit scene bubbling for decades. But are these tracks always ethical? (Guardian
  • Porter Robinson on his new song for Riot Games’ ‘Star Guardian’: ‘I put a lot of effort into making it something I want to f–king belt out’. (Billboard
  • I’m a frazzled fortysomething – but put on the right song, and I’m 18 again and on holiday in Tenerife. (Guardian - Annie Macmanus)
  • 99Ginger are throwing some of the best parties in Paris. (Face)
  • How it was made: Booka Shade - Fire & Rain (Durante remix) (Magnetic
  • Selections: NikNak (DJMag
  • Get to know: Salamanda (DJMag
  • Breaking Through: Manuka Honey (RA
  • At Home With: Danny Daze (DJMag
  • How Norma Jean Bell’s ‘Come Into My Room’ produced the perfect blend of house, jazz and sensuality. (DJMag
  • The Sound of: Boxout.fm Recordings (DJMag
  • Spotify’s Global Head of Indies, Commercial Partnerships Jen Masset talks about the harmful practice of stream count manipulation and what it is doing to stop it. (Hypebot
  • A key figure of the ecstasy-fueled early 2000s rave scene, Disco Donnie and his cohorts recount the RAVE Act's rise - and how the legislation still affects electronic event promoters. (Billboard
  • 90s dance music paved the way for the current trends of today and iconic artists like Cher and Massive Attack created some unforgettable anthems that stand the test of time. (Magnetic
  • The rise of underground house: How artists like Fisher and Acraze have taken tech house, other electronic genres from indie to EDC. (Grammys
  • DIY defiance: Genosys Sound System brought the spirit of ‘90s rave to Glastonbury (Mixmag
  • Creating something special: How Notting Hill Carnival brought its joyful spirit to Glastonbury's Block9. (Mixmag
  • piri & tommy: “I remember when I first discovered dance music. Once you’re in, there’s no going back” (Dork
  • Coco Em's empowering dance music is uplifting East Africa femme artists. (Mixmag
  • Flume: "I’ve seen some of my favourite electronic acts try to do a show with live bass and drums and it sucks" (MusicRadar
  • "I want to follow my heart": Armin Van Buuren on sound experimentation and the future of trance. (EDM
  • The Martinez Brothers: "Performing in Ibiza is special, you can feel it as soon as you step foot on the island" (Mixmag
  • 10 startling photos from the Arcadia spider's incendiary Glastonbury return. (Mixmag
  • Fresh Kicks 180: ASNA (DJMag
  • The 15 best techno tracks of June 2022 (Magnetic
  • How we made: DJ Shadow’s Endtroducing (Guardian
  • A brief history of techno music (Magnetic
  • Irish jewel: AVA is one of the world's most exciting electronic festivals (Mixmag
  • Prodigious techniques and self-work: Lil Silva has been on a creative, spiritual journey. (Mixmag
  • Uncontrollable energy: 25 years on, The Fat Of The Land is still a life-changing album. (Mixmag
  • How The Prodigy’s The Fat of the Land fell out of favour. (Independent
  • How dance and club music is reacting to Drake and Beyonce? (Ringer
  • The house music that Beyoncé built. (Vulture
  • Hardwell opens up about Avicii: "You're never going to convince me there's someone better" (EDM
  • Congo Natty: Junglistic soldier (DJMag
  • The best pop-house tracks to get you dancing this summer (Face
  • 5 emerging artists pushing electronic music forward: Moore Kismet, TSHA, Doechii & Others (Grammys
  • Attack's favourite music of 2022 so far 
  • On Cue: DJ IC (DJMag
  • The results are in: Here are the winners of the 2022 Electronic Dance Music Awards (EDM
  • GALA Festival 2022: Everybody Loves The Sunshine. (DJMag
  • How X-Press 2 and David Byrne's 'Lazy' became the timeless house ode to doing nothing. (DJMag
  • How Orbital changed Glastonbury – and my outlook – with their 1994 set (Independent
  • House music is back with perfect timing for a summer of discontent. (Standard
  • Do electronic artists always need an audiovisual show? (RA
  • Environmental innovations creating a more sustainable scene. (RA
  • Music labels are spending a bit too much time on TikTok. (Bloomberg
  • Fatboy Slim is sharing his skills as part of an NHS initiative. He talks about the joy of decks, his own lockdown blues – and being reduced to tears by his kids’ DJing. (Guardian
  • 20 questions with Steve Adelman: The nightlife legend on pissing off Dylan and ’90s club kids compared to the EDM generation. (Billboard
  • Vintage Culture on his new single with Solardo, the evolution of his sound, and more. (DA
  • DJ Honey Dijon: ‘Dancefloors do what religions and governments can’t’ (Guardian
  • How ODESZA is selling out their most ambitious concert tour yet. (Billboard
  • The Martinez Brothers: reaching new heights in Ibiza. (DJMag
  • Orbital: ‘We can’t fall out with each other for ever. It would make Christmas awkward’ (Guardian
  • "We started it": Drake's producer Gordo on reclaiming Black dance music on Honestly, Nevermind. (GQ
  • Beyoncé, Drake up their beat – is this the return of 90s dance music? (Stuff
  • Will Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” usher in a new era of dance music? (NewStatesman
  • Robin S and Big Freedia react to Beyoncé sampling their music: "I'm honoured and excited" (DJMag
  • Robin S on Break My Soul: ​“Show Me Love is my legacy and Beyoncé made me a part of her legacy” (Face
  • House music had its Black roots ripped up – now Drake and Beyoncé are reclaiming them. (Guardian
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this June. (DJMag
  • Gabber Resistance is keeping early hardcore alive in Spain. (Mixmag
  • On gamifying the online club experience. (RA
  • GDPR & Music Data Ownership: Should we treat artist data as personal data? (MusicTomorrow
  • Momem museum billed as the beating heart of dance music fails to get rave reviews. (Times
  • Electronic Music is in a social rut. TikTok might just save it. (RA
  • In search of sunrise: a history of Balearic trance. (DJMag
  • The rising costs of DJ life. (Shawn Reynaldo) Inflation blues, post-pandemic problems and an overdue examination of contemporary nightlife models. 
  • Carl Cox contextualizes his return to Electric Zoo, 11 years later. (DA
  • ’90s dance legends Utah Saints on their video game history and creating new music for ‘Final Vendetta’. (NME
  • C.001 LSDXOXO's Unfuckwithable Energy (RA
  • Fatboy Slim is sharing his skills as part of an NHS initiative. He talks about the joy of decks, his own lockdown blues – and being reduced to tears by his kids’ DJing. (Guardian)
  • Scorpion Kings: "Amapiano hasn't even reached its full potential" (Mixmag
  • Q&A: Moby on his new label, The Doors, the golden age of electronic music and more. (Forbes
  • BAMBII reflects on the future of dance music. (Dazed
  • Years after announcing their final album, Röyksopp is back (again): Why their enw LP ‘was something we had to do’ (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Felix da Housecat: On Prince, Chicago and why ‘I take my music serious, But I don’t take myself serious’. (Billboard
  • RIP Dom Phillips: The devoted Editor who documented '90s dance music in fine detail. (Mixmag
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of May 2022. (Magnetic
  • The Sound Of: Kindergarten Records (DJMag
  • Selections: BFTT (DJMag
  • How the music community is tackling the climate crisis. (SoundsLikeAPlan
  • TikTok is turning music marketing into a Labyrinthian game. (Pitchfork)
  • Will the metaverse concept become (virtual) reality before we lose interest? (Medium - Stephen Moore) 
  • How Ukrainian clubs and collectives are aiding the war effort. (Mixmag
  • EDC will be celebrating 30 years of action in 2023, and Insomniac's flagship festival brand is far from reaching a state of complacency. (EDM
  • Jamal Edwards: the man who changed the British music scene. (RollingStone - Nana Baah)
  • Since his breakout into the music world near two decades ago, Rony Seikaly has been on an upward trajectory. (Mixmag
  • Jamie Jones: Paradise Found (DJMag
  • How PinkPantheress found the perfect formula. (RA
  • Carl Cox’s first album in a decade: “There are no apologies if it's too hard”. (Mixmag)
  • HAAi, Jon Hopkins, Akira Uchida and Tom Furse combine music, choreography and AI on Baby, We’re Ascending visual. (Fact)
  • Future Shock now open at 180 Studios with new immersive works by Caterina Barbieri, UVA, Weirdcore, Gaika, Romain Gavras, Ryoichi Kurokawa and more. (Fact)
  • At Home With: Optimo (Espacio) (DJmag
  • A day in the life of Alok. (DJmag
  • Obituary: Andy Fletcher - Keyboard player and business brain of Depeche Mode who pushed the electronic band to long-lasting success (Guardian
  • The 10 best deep house tracks of May 2022. (Magnetic
  • The 8 best moments of EDC Las Vegas 2022 (Billboard
  • Fresh Kicks 177: Leisureware (DJMag
  • Finding today's top Apple Music playlist curators. (Chartmetric
  • Crip Rave is the revolutionary collective prioritising accessibility. (RA
  • What exactly is "organic house?" (Magnetic
  • After a decade under the influence of music algorithms, a look at what streaming services afford the most engaged fans and what lingers below the surface. (Pitchfork
  • A $200m music investment fund will scour industry for artist, tech deals. (Bloomberg) Matt Pincus wanted to build an investment company that is "only focused on music." 
  • A few British music geeks honed their skills at illegal raves and made clubbing fortunes. Then they put it into organic farms and bike racing. Has the party ended for the superstar DJ? (SundayTimes
  • How prevalent is ageism in dance music? (Attack
  • Are plugin subscriptions good for producers? (DJMag
  • Tech house legends Pig&Dan share 15 high-level music production tips to turn your next tech house track into a banger. (Magnetic
  • Cracking onwards: How InterChange grew from Glasgwegian house parties to top techno clubs. (Mixmag
  • 'Kharkiv has something to say': A guide to dance music in Ukraine's second city. (Mixmag)
  • To celebrate the release of her fabric presents mix, TSHA highlights the emerging artists you should be checking out. (Mixmag
  • The Do Lab's Assistant Music Director Tadia Taylor discusses helping diversify Lightning in a Bottle. (Billboard
  • Going turbo: We went raving at Coachella with Dom Dolla and John Summit. (Mixmag
  • Bonobo:​ “I try not to let nostalgia control what I'm doing —it isn't healthy" (Mixmag
  • Ahead of her hometown show at Movement, DJ Holographic talks Detroit, representation and not wanting "The Ikea furniture of success". (Billboard
  • DJ Minx: "The creativity of Detroit lights me up on daily basis" (Mixmag
  • Carl Craig talks celebrating Planet E Communications 30th anniversary at Movement Fest: "It’s coming back stronger this year" (Billboard
  • Paco Osuna talks Ibiza and his new residency NOW HERE: “It was love at first sight” (Mixmag
  • HAAi: "As a non-male in dance music there's a narrative that people think a man has to be behind what you’re doing" (MusicRadar
  • Sama’ Abdulhadi: ​“Festivals can create a utopian bubble and just put you in a different world” (Face
  • How Super Mario Kart and dance music created WipEout. (GamesRadar
  • Should a DJ ever play a festival for free?. (DJMag
  • Virtual clubbing points to future profits from the metaverse. (FT)
  • TikTok has changed music — and the industry is hustling to catch up. (NPR
  • DJ Annie Mac’s new clubbing venture hits the spot. (Observer
  • Soundtracking with Freddy K & Dr. Rubinstein. (RA
  • When Mason first released ‘Exceeder’ in 2005 it was a B-side. But its fuzzy bassline and gated trancey notes garnered a legion of fans, and it became a key building block in the pre-EDM electro-house scene. 17 years later, he shares its story. (DJMag
  • Asian American Pacific Islander Elephante reflects on what his victories in the music industry means for the future of the AAPI community. (Magnetic
  • Local Action puts chosen family above record sales. Now they celebrate a decade of influence. (RA
  • Art as a weapon: Kyiv's creative community gathers at one-day festival to celebrate Ukrainian culture and reflect on the war. (RA
  • 20 questions with Subjective: Goldie & James Davidson on the Ego, making music in Thailand and Virgil Abloh’s legacy. (Billboard
  • Flume: a king and his castle. (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Flume: On his vegetable garden, The End of the World and SOPHIE’s influence on his new album. (Billboard
  • At 21, music producer Harley Streten shot to global fame as Flume. Within a few years, he was alone, depressed and drinking too much. Then the pandemic happened – and "it was one of the best years of my life". (Guardian
  • 20 techno tips: Hannes Bieger's ultimate guide for music producers. (Magnetic
  • Get To Know: Luxe (DJMag
  • The Sound Of: Stay True Sounds (DJMag)  
  • Selections: Bou (DJMag
  • Mele shares his top tracks. (Attack
  • How the iPod saved the music business. (Telegraph
  • How iPod changed everything. (Midia
  • Bradley Zero and the Rhythm Section team give us the lowdown on London. (Mixmag
  • After building a nightlife empire in Singapore, Zouk Group is now changing the fabric of Las Vegas nightlife. (EDM
  • Fat Tony: confessions of a celebrity DJ. (Times
  • Button pushers: the artists making music from mushrooms. (Guardian
  • Suchi: "Brown girls and women can pursue music, no matter their age or background" (Attack
  • A life that’s featured abuse, Bowie, murder, Abloh and, er, Strictly... It can only be Goldie. (Standard
  • Ricky Tucker and Jay Jay Revlon pay tribute to the impactful legacy of ballroom icon Vjuan Allure. (Mixmag
  • How Muslin DJs navigate Ramadan. (Mixmag
  • Carnage was ‘miserable’ playing under the name: Why his new project is ‘pissing people off’ and how Avicii helped inspire the switch. (Billboard
  • Batu: a long, strange dream (DJMag
  • For The Record: How The Chainsmokers' "Don't Let Me Down" set the duo up for global success — and the freedom to defy dance music expectations. (Grammy
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of April 2022 (Magnetic
  • Selections: GLOR1A (DJMag
  • Why music blogs still matter. (Fuxwithit
  • Harmonic co-existence: Groove Into The Void is a shining light in Pakistan’s club sphere. (Mixmag
  • From deep Afro-house and trance-infused techno to atmospheric jungle and beyond, here's May 2022's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of. (DJMag
  • Self-releasing music in 2022: which distributor is right for you? (DJMag
  • How to build a sound system (RA
  • Throughout history, the role of vocals in electronic dance music has been an ever-changing one. (Mixdown
  • Online booking platforms such as gigmit offer to perfectly match DJs with gigs. Could they disrupt the music industry? (RA
  • Irish superstar and dance pop icon Róisín Murphy talks heading back on the road, rollercoaster nights out in Glasgow and finding herself at Trade. (Mixmag
  • Meet Ashfaq Allgoo, the expert events strategist and savvy-entrepreneur who is putting the Indian Ocean clubbing scene on the map. (Mixmag
  • Having cut her teeth as part of the alternative rock group Ultraísta, and as solo artist FEMME, Lau.ra is now making waves as a dance music DJ and producer. (DJMag
  • Nia Archives is laying her emotions on the dancefloor with her future classics, championing the history of Black music while blazing a trail as the junglist that generations of old heads and new ravers have been waiting for to carry the torch. (Mixmag
  • ICM's Head of Electronic Music, Simon Clarkson, talks about their roster (Alison Wonderland, Aluna & More) and big year ahead. (Pollstar
  • On Cue: Perel (DJMag
  • What exactly is 'Future Rave'? (Magnetic
  • BANKS talks about Serpentina, stillness and self-love. (Mixmag
  • Sofi Tukker break down their album, WET TENNIS. (EDM
  • It was grey, ugly and had 0.0128% of an iPhone’s memory. But the Amiga 500 defied its limitations to power a series of astonishing dance tracks, from early jungle to Calvin Harris. (Guardian
  • With sustainability at the forefront of this summer’s events planning, Gemma Ross investigates how the dance music community is making an eco-friendly festival season a priority. (Mixmag
  • Women, queer and gender minority-led events, soundsystems and collectives in the UK are vital for a safer nightlife. (RA
  • Guiding an act's career now involves so many disciplines that some managers say it's time their relationships with artists reflect those additional duties. (Billboard
  • How the global boom of African music is resonating with electronic artists in the diaspora. (DJMag
  • Detroit, Chicago and New York created modern Electronic Dance Music, yet no one seems to know that? (Magnetic
  • Producer of soul greats, maker of classic house records, ordained Yoruba priest and avid live streamer, Osunlade has lived a remarkable life so far. He talks about how remaining independent has been vital to his creativity and career. (DJMag
  • With a Grammy victory and a Coachella appearance under his belt, Black Coffee’s enjoying a victory lap that coincides with a wider buzz around dance music from South Africa. (Face
  • Louie Vega on the saturation of dance music, working with his family and the 3 a.m. jam sessions that inspired his new album. (Billboard
  • Recognise: Sedef Adasi (DJMag
  • EX.606 Nik Colk Void (RA
  • How it was made: High Contrast - Music Is Everything (Pola & Bryson Remix) (Magnetic
  • Furious all night long: Das Booty is keeping London's clubbers on their toes. (Mixmag
  • Can climate offsets help reduce dance music's carbon footprint? (RA
  • How long Covid has impacted dance music professionals. (DJMag
  • How digital avatars could be the future of live music. (FastCo
  • Community as the most meaningful context for NFTs. (EQ
  • A club is not enough. (ElectronicBeats
  • Drum'n'bass is being freshened up by young, often female artists mixing hyper-fast breakbeats with soft vocals. But why is it so suited to our post-lockdown, attention-deficient era? (Guardian
  • Dom Dolla confirms new music and discusses early roots at Coachella [Q&A]. (DA
  • 90s rave crew DiY Sound System: ‘We definitely sacrificed our sanity’ (Guardian
  • Feeling elevated: How fearless self-discovery inspired Denzel Curry to write his own rap destiny. (Mixmag
  • Aluna: age of enlightenment (DJMag)
  • Swedish House Mafia: ‘Paradise Again,’ the power of fans, and the state of dance music (AppleMusic
  • 7 essential tracks from Swedish House Mafia’s ‘Paradise Again’ (Billboard
  • Selections: Elisa Bee (DJMag
  • The Sound of: Deep Jungle (DJMag)  
  • A history of Donk in ten tracks. (RA
  • After sobriety, raving became more than an excuse to party. (RA
  • "A bridge between my heart and my family": Qrion on her Japanese cultural influence and nostalgic sound. (EDM
  • How Madeon and a team of architects designed the hallucinatory "Good Faith" experience and blew everyone's mind. (EDM
  • "Streaming saved the industry": Why artists use Spotify (Attack
  • The return of Loftgroover, the '90s hardest-playing UK DJ (DJMag
  • Overmono: live from the underground (DJMag
  • Carl Cox: The superstar DJ who went from raves to motorbike racing. (BBC)
  • Sigala: "Having loads of toys in the studio is more of a distraction than anything else - and I’m very easily distracted" (MusicRadar
  • ​How Jeff Mills' 'Waveform Vol. 1' started a new era of techno. (DJMag
  • Inside DGTL: The first circular electronic music festival (Forbes
  • Fresh Kicks 174: J-Shadow (DJMag
  • Selections: Gracie T (DJMag
  • RA.827 NIKS (RA
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this April (DJMag
  • EX. 604 JADALAREIGN - The New York-based DJ, producer and booker talks Nowadays, community and paying it forward. (RA
  • How The Chemical Brothers' 'Dig Your Own Hole' predicted the post-genre pop future. (DJMag
  • How DiY Sound System blazed a trail for the '90s free party movement. (DJMag
  • While there is no true formula for creating a great TikTok song, there are ways to play to the app's algorithm and get people to engage with a song. (AmericanSongwriter
  • Is it the song or the singer that makes it a hit? (Forbes
  • Jodie Harsh: "My first time in a club felt like waking up from a dream" (Mixmag
  • Discovering the evolution of Anjunadeep with label visionary, Jody Wisternoff. (DA
  • Fate and finesse: How Dan Shake became one of UK house music's finest. (Mixmag
  • Ibibio Sound Machine: positive electricity (DJMag
  • After briefly losing her hearing and getting marooned during lockdown, Anna Lunoe nearly left music — now she’s touring again. (Billboard
  • Black Coffee - the South African DJ who made history at the Grammys. (BBC
  • The 15 best house tracks of March 2022 (Magnetic
  • RA.826 Physical Therapy (RA
  • Selections: François X (DJMag
  • On Cue: Themba (DJMag
  • Sink the Pink brought LGBTQ+ culture to the mainstream. Its founders tell why they are ending an era. (Standard
  • Recognise: Ploy (DJMag
  • MCs are the unsung heroes of UK electronic music (RA
  • So different, genuinely fun: Exploring 10 years of algorave. (Mixmag
  • Paradox: the numbers game (DJMag
  • Goldie: ​“The ​’90s had everything!” (Face
  • “This is what you do when fascists come”: Kyiv producer John Object on fighting for Ukraine (Mixmag
  • Richie Hawtin and Chilly Gonzales discuss their reworking of Hawtin's masterwork Consumed. [video](Magnetic
  • 20 questions with Richie Hawtin: Talks unconventional collaboration with Chilly Gonzales and why ‘in a way, it’s always been business techno’ (Billboard
  • Hardwell’s Ultra comeback touches at the heart of his absence – and demonstrates the evolution of main-stage dance music. (Billboard
  • 10 ways Ultra Miami 2022 returned the festival to its rightful status as a global dance destination. (Billboard
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy preview: Olafur Arnalds on being ‘Stumped’ by his nomination and popping a tiny bottle to celebrate. (Billboard
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy preview: Marshmello on his first nomination and why ‘It’s going to be a party, regardless’ of who wins. (Billboard
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy preview: Ten City on friendship, Frankie Knuckles and never betting against house. (Billboard
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy preview: Afrojack on his David Guetta collab and why a nomination is ‘The Best Firepower You Can Have in This Industry’ (Billboard
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy preview: Bonobo on competing against himself and how the awards are ‘Catching Up’ with electronic music. (Billboard
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy preview: Illenium on his first nomination and why dance categories should be expanded. (Billboard
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy preview: Rüfüs Du Sol on their ‘Healthy Drive’ to win and being starstruck by James Blake. (Billboard
  • Selections: Jimi Jules (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 173: Olive T (DJMag
  • EX. 602 Laila McKenzie - The Lady Of The House co-author speaks about the value of community. (RA
  • The importance of getting lit: Club Djembe supplies feel-good beats for dancers who love to get down. (Mixmag
  • "Frequencies I'd never felt before": How Deaf DJs are revolutionising the club experience. (Mixmag
  • Something new and truly challenging: ANTI-MASS are creating a subversive musical language. (Mixmag
  • RÜFÜS DU SOL's Sundream festival is an immersive blend of hedonism and healing. (Mixmag
  • The multiple musical adventures of TokenTraxx founder TommyD. (Face
  • The record industry needs you to love NFTs (Part 2)  (PennyFactions)
  • From their most inspired moments to their favourite lyrics, we've got the inside scoop on ILLENIUM, Ten City and Sylvan Esso's Grammy nods. (EDM
  • Candyland's Josie Martin on reunion after 8 years: "Hopefully, our fans get to relive some memories" (EDM
  • Acraze on ‘Do It To It’ becoming an accidental hit and why he’ll do it again. (Billboard
  • Cinthie: "I let everything grow naturally, nothing is more boring than rising to the top in a year" (Mixmag
  • Monstercat's Chelsea Shear, a rare female electronic A&R, is fostering a diversified scene. (Billboard
  • Becky Hill's manager Alex Martin on how the hitmaker became an album artist. (MW
  • Inside the UK Afro house renaissance (DJMag
  • Is dance music about to change its tune? (Attack
  • 20 questions with Anfisa Letyago: Ahead of her Ultra Music Festival debut, the techno upstart talks trends, her mentor Carl Cox and more. (Billboard
  • Miami 2022: Marco Faraone is on a mission in the Magic City (DJMag
  • Miami 2022: QRTR brings her psychedelic club sound to South Beach (DJMag
  • Miami 2022: Chris Stussy is ready to take on the Magic City (DJMag
  • Miami 2022: Melé is recharged and ready for South Beach. (DJMag
  • Miami 2022: Dennis Ferrer is ready to get the party started in the Magic City. (DJMag
  • Selections: Carmen Villain (DJMag
  • In Session: ANNA (Mixmag
  • In the Mix: TCTS (Notion
  • The Sound Of: Touching Bass (DJMag
  • How much does it cost to throw a club night? (RA
  • Ibiza Past: Bringing the golden era of the White Isle to the present. (Mixmag
  • Forging a community: Beastwang brings Leicester’s ravers together. (Mixmag
  • Why electronic music sets the tempo for NFTs. (Billboard
  • Black DJs are reclaiming their connection to dance music. (MiamiNewTimes
  • How can UK nightlife improve for women and non-binary people? (Face
  • Vintage Culture: changing the game (DJMag
  • Interview | What's the score Nathan Dawe? (IbizaSpotlight
  • Kavinsky: “I want people to talk to me about something other than ‘Nightcall’ now" (Mixmag) 
  • John Summit: bending the rules (DJMag
  • Carl Cox and Nicole Moudaber In Conversation: The longtime friends on techno’s dominance, music during wartime, the absurdity of Tulum and more. (Billboard
  • Sofi Tukker talk Wet Tennis, upcoming shows, live from CRSSD Fest. (DA
  • Bigger vision: Joy Orbison is ready for the next step. (Mixmag
  • 2022 Dance/Electronic Grammy Preview: Black Coffee on his historic nomination and why dance deserves ‘Better Exposure’ at the awards. (Billboard
  • Grimes on music, mars, and her secret new baby with Elon Musk. (VanityFair
  • 5 parties you must do during Miami Music Week 2022. (DT
  • Miami 2022: Eats Everything brings the party back to South Beach (DJMag
  • Miami 2022: Space resident Layla Benitez takes her new home by storm (DJMag
  • Miami 2022: HoneyLuv is ready to embrace the energy of South Beach. (DJMag
  • Miami 2022: The Magic City calls for Andrea Oliva (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 172: Sobolik (RA
  • Simply Euphoric: The best electronic and club tracks heard on HBO's Euphoria (Mixmag
  • EX.600 Source Material: Kyiv’s club community, fractured by war (RA
  • Miami Music Week 2022 Guide: Clubs, Pool Parties, showcases and more. (EDM
  • Magnetic Mag's 2022 Miami Music Week event guide (Magnetic
  • Seventh heaven: Pervert gives space for Mexico's hedonists to feel alive. (Mixmag
  • Ibiza's wildest years: capturing the hedonism of '90s party Manumission (DJMag
  • How to have the perfect 24 hours in Berlin. (Mixmag
  • The women in dance music making a difference to the industry. (BBC
  • How an obscure Finnish EDM artist hijacked countless Spotify playlists. (Gawker)
  • Artists asking artists: Andres Campo & Eats Everything (Magnetic
  • Can Kygo build music’s next Margaritaville? (Billboard
  • NFTs: What do they really mean for the music industry? (PRS - James Hanley) 
  • Remembering Avicii by stepping into his bewildering world (NYTimes
  • Inside Spotify’s Recommender System: A complete guide to Spotify Recommendation Algorithms (MusicTomorrow
  • Nia Archives is the red-hot jungle producer taking over the UK’s dancefloors. (Face
  • Industry figures warn that songwriters face future drawn out legal battles because the way in which people consume music has changed. (Guardian) Tom Gray said the issue has been "exacerbated by pressure on songwriters from record companies to write songs that imitate other hits, enabling them to be more easily picked up by Spotify’s algorithms". 
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of February 2022. (Magnetic
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this March. (DJMag
  • dweller: Forever and Always (RA
  • How Nicolette's ‘Let No-One Live Rent Free In Your Head’ mapped the future of electronic songwriting. (DJMag
  • What are perpetuity deals in record contracts? And why they're a problem. (Mixmag
  • 20 questions: An artist’s checklist for an NFT pitch (Mixmag
  • Ukrainian artists, labels and fundraising releases to support today. (RA
  • Cyclic Revolution: Debit’s radical new album reconstructs Mayan musical history. (Mixmag
  • How electronic artists influenced fashion soundtracking. (RA
  • Celebrating the history of Black culture in dance music. (Forbes
  • Bandcamp sells to Epic: can a video game company save independent music? (Guardian
  • An eye for talent: Airspace is encouraging the next generation. (Mixmag
  • Even in a pandemic, men won't stop sexually harassing women in nightclubs (Mixmag
  • Elijah: Demystifying the music industry (RA
  • Kaskade and deadmau5 unveil new project 14 years in the making, Kx5. (DA
  • Metal Cows, early beefs, sunrise sets and making classics: A long, sprawling talk with Diplo. (Billboard
  • Diplo talks new solo album, Why he didn’t join Neil Young’s Spotify exit and his misinterpreted Taylor Swift diss. (Billboard
  • Having caught our attention with the recent Synth Heads NFT release, in partnership with Beatport, Pixelynx CEO, Inder Phull, discusses how the music industry is set to change. (Attack
  • The evolution of bassline in 10 records. (DJMag
  • On Cue: Chrissy (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 171: Priori (DJMag
  • A history of bassline (DJMag
  • The Outernet development is an architectural disaster at the heart of London. (FT) The music venue complex is covered in garish gold and resembles a provincial nightclub.
  • New Hackney dance party Risen celebrates women with its trailblazing line-up. They talk about why it's so overdue. (Standard
  • Fame and fortune: DJ Locksmith (SundayTimes) ‘It was a slow year for me last year. I only earnt £400k’. 
  • Blazing unexplored terrain: The ambient innovations of Huerco S. (RA
  • Saturday Session 053: Nicky Romero opens up about his new purpose and direction after 12 years on the road (DA
  • Take a tour of Stockholm’s newly opened Avicii Experience tribute museum. (Billboard
  • "How did it go so quick": Saoirse takes us behind the scenes of her Phonox residency. (Mixmag
  • Special moments with music: Pleasure Club inspires dancers to let loose. (Mixmag
  • ​“We were young, restless and skint”: Smokescreen Soundsystem celebrates 30 years. (Mixmag
  • Showtek talks new single and shares thoughts on the scene. (EDMIdentity
  • Sunday with DJ Sherelle: ‘When I make it home I think about takeaways’ (Observer
  • ‘What chance did I have against Pete Tong?’. Morgan Khan, the unsung hero who made the UK dance. (Guardian
  • Only two percent of charting producers are non-male — LP Giobbi’s Femme House tour aims to change that. (Billboard
  • Fort Romeau: searching the past for personal sonic futures. (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Sven Väth: Dance legend on first album in 20 years, Ibiza’s glory days and techno going mainstream. (Billboard
  • The Sound Of: Me Me Me (DJMag
  • TYGAPAW: music for the revolution. (DJMag
  • How Soul II Soul’s ‘Fairplay’ carved a new path for Black British soundsystem culture. (DJMag
  • These are the most exciting amapiano producers right now. (DJMag
  • CEO and co-founder of AI stem splicing company AudioShake Jessica Powell talks about its goals, where the company came from and more. (Magnetic
  • Anjunadeep’s Simon Doty starts the year with a hot hand. (DMNW
  • Adventure Club talk ‘Love // Chaos’ and upcoming new project, ‘Grumgully’. (DA
  • PinkPantheress: Obsessed With You (Face
  • The bleary-eyed grind of Bad Boy Chiller Crew. (GQ
  • Raw Sampled Power: How a Stooges doc led to Crystal Method’s comeback. (RollingStone
  • Life-changing encounters: Meetings with the gqom king, DJ Lag. (Mixmag
  • Deadmau5 manager Dean Wilson talks DAOs, NFTs, Crypto and how to protect your IP in Web3. (Variety
  • 11 electronic music film soundtracks you should listen to now. (DJMag
  • Selections: DJ Neptune (DJMag
  • ‘This is not music’: 30 years of Aphex Twin’s Selected Ambient Works (Independent
  • Can this pressing plant revolutionise the vinyl market? (DJMag
  • Have you got ‘rave fatigue’?: Why we're all so tired after lockdown. (Mixmag
  • The greatest show on earth: How WOMEX unites the best musicians in the world. (Mixmag
  • Dance Yrself Green: can clubbing generate renewable energy? (DJMag
  • A history of Universal Music Group: How the rich get richer. (PennyFractions - David Turner) 
  • Get to know Infinite Coles, the R&B singer inspired by NYC's queer dancefloors. (Mixmag
  • "It went completely nuts": 5 DJs on their career taking off during lockdown. (Mixmag
  • The Art of DJing: DJ Marky (RA
  • Sofi Tukker interview (DA
  • Suzi Analogue spoke about using her label Never Normal to champion innovative Black creators. (RA
  • The saga of Shaq: DJ Diesel on why he's among the few to thrive in both sports and music. (EDM
  • 20 questions with DJ Diesel: Shaquille O’Neal on moshing, his friends Zedd & Diplo & the ‘Game 7 Energy’ of dance music. (Billboard
  • Tunes of the month | February (IbizaSpotlight
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of January 2022. (Magnetic
  • The best tracks of the year 2022 so far  - January (Mixmag
  • The best DJ mixes - January (Mixmag
  • Recognise: Debit (DJMag
  • Selections: Wayward (DJMag
  • 10 dance artists to watch in 2022. (Billboard
  • EDM.com Class of 2022 list. 
  • 30 years of Trade: celebrating the boundary-breaking LGBTQ+ rave. (DJMag
  • An ambitious ending: The highs and lows of The Drumsheds' final party. (Mixmag
  • How Kings of Tomorrow's 'Finally' united dancefloors with its hopeful house message. (DJMag
  • Spectogram art: A short history of musicians hiding visuals inside their tracks. (Mixmag
  • Claude Vonstroke talks about experimentation, surrealism and more: "I don't think there's enough risk-taking in our scene" (EDM
  • Delving into a dichotomy: Kaskade discusses the making of ‘Fire & Ice v3′ (DA
  • “We take pride in Detroit wherever we go”: DJ Minx and Carl Craig in conversation (Mixmag
  • How brands are interacting with the metaverse and what this means for music licensing. (Synchtank)
  • The feud between major artists and Spotify has overlooked problems faced by those with less power and finances. (Guardian
  • How fan communities can help create a ‘middle class’ of artists and content creators. (RollingStone
  • As record labels continue to evolve, A&R has changed, too. Eight executives break down how. (Billboard)
  • The gamification of the Music Industry has just begun. (MBW
  • Fresh Kicks 169: Dart (DJMag
  • Get To Know: Dar Disku (DJMag
  • DJ Mag’s artists to watch in 2022 
  • How to heal through dance therapy. (RA
  • In its new era, can SoundCloud Go from career launchpad to destination? (Billboard
  • Where Heyz has been—and where he’s going next. (DA
  • U K, G?: the electronic music collectives opening up conversations around mental health. (DJMag
  • Longstanding New York clubland guru Richie Romero has had his finger on all things dance for 30 years. HIs latest venture, Nebula, brings underground house to Manhattan. (Festival Insider
  • Plastician’s guide to Web3, and re-writing the rule book for artists online. (DJMag
  • 100% VTSS: the DJ/​producer pursuing new paths. (TheFace
  • Ralph Moore talks to Detroit legends DJ Minx and Carl Craig about Planet E turning 30 and the changing club scenes of Chicago, Detroit and New York. (Mixmag)
  • Fresh Kicks 168: JADALAREIGN (DJMag)  
  • The Sound of: Bokeh Versions (DJMag
  • Daft Punk’s ‘Homework’ at 25: Teachers and Students (DJMag
  • Swedish journalist Måns Mosesson, author of new Avicii biography ‘Tim’ on telling the late EDM Legend’s tale: ‘In a lot of ways, this is a positive story’ (Billboard
  • Cassian: standing tall (DJMag
  • “Freedom and thrill”: The lockdown project paying homage to the rave (Mixmag
  • "By artists for artists": How the Funk Hunters' Nick Middleton evolved from DJ to music exec. (EDM
  • "He was a revolution": Busy P on the remarkable legacy of DJ Mehdi (Mixmag
  • Techno maven ANNA talks ‘Journey To The Underworld,’ ambient music and energy healing. (Forbes
  • Opening up: HAAi is exiting lockdown with an assured vision and daring debut album. (Mixmag
  • Goldie: “People never give props to drum 'n' bass for what it's done for electronic music" (Mixmag
  • Laidback Luke on how the EDM boom led to the proliferation of both ghost producers and intense burnout for many in the scene, including himself. (Billboard
  • Cinthie: "Bassline and kick drum are the most important things in dance music" (MusicRadar
  • As the NFT market explodes into a $25 billion industry, artists worry that lax oversight is leading to a digital art world flooded with fakes. (Trust
  • Reports from the NY:Lon virtual conference:
    Emerging markets: ‘It’s silly to make perfect the enemy of progress’. (MusicAlly
    TuneCore CEO on diversity, equity and inclusion: ‘A lot of room to grow’. (MusicAlly
    The future of music distribution: emerging markets, social and more. (MusicAlly)
    Music distribution trends: evolution, expansion and education. (MusicAlly
    Primary Wave’s Natalia Nastaskin: ‘I can ideate NFTs all day long…’. (MusicAlly
    Streaming and socials in 2022: audiences, data… and burnout. (MusicAlly
    Digital burnout fears: ‘It’s a lot we’re asking of artists’. (MusicAlly)
  • Label of the month: Frappé (iDJ
  • Get to know: Shaun J. Wright (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: CaitC (DT
  • Selections: Otik (DJMag
  • Or:la: living the dream. (DJMag
  • Dance Floor Epiphanies: Spaces for Collective Healing (RA
  • Letter from the Editor: Turning towards wellness during uncertain times. (RA
  • How Black-led music organisations are creating opportunities for emerging talent. (DJMag
  • ​"A clear head on Sunday morning is a gift": Why DJs and ravers are embracing sobriety. (Mixmag
  • Alewya is unlocking her superpowers. (DJMag
  • Synths that sound human: Monophonik's rowdy rave music channels the uncertainty of life. (Mixmag
  • From the metaverse to IRL & beyond: How deadmau5 keeps pushing boundaries (and cubes). (Pollstar
  • A history of Warner Music Group: The model record label. (PennyFractions - David Turner) 
  • The 15 best techno tracks of 2021. (Magnetic)  
  • 10 house & techno artists to watch in 2022. (EDMIdentity
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of 2021. (Magnetic
  • In the House of God: Never-before-seen images document Birmingham's iconic techno night. (Mixmag
  • Meet the people trying to make London nightlife safer in 2022. (TimeOut
  • The Cause closing party: saying goodbye to the club that reshaped London raving. (DJMag
  • It takes a village, people: preserving San Francisco's gay disco history. (DJMag
  • “Why I Quit The Music Industry”: Four different perspectives. (Attack
  • The UK government's war-on-drugs policy is out of touch and causing harm. (Mixmag)
  • Boomy: The AI software that could turn you in to a music star. (BBC
  • Magnetic chat to Shishi Meriwani, founder of Dutch events company & label, The Gardens Of Babylon about surviving in the pandemic. 
  • Four Tet's fight for a more equitable music economy. (RA
  • Jlin: unifying sound and motion. (DJMag
  • M-Beat: the return of a jungle pioneer. (DJMag
  • The top 25 artists to check out in 2022. (Mixmag
  • Best of 2021: Industry Leaders (EDM
  • Best of 2021: Performances & DJ Sets (EDM)  
  • Best of 2021: Songs (EDM
  • The 21 best record labels of 2021. (Mixmag
  • The A-Z of dance music in 2021. (Mixmag
  • The best DJ mixes of the year 2021. (Mixmag
  • The best music of 2021, according to 50+ global DJs. (Mixmag
  • The best tracks of the year 2021. (Mixmag
  • The 15 best tech house tracks of November 2021 (Magnetic
  • 10 emerging artists you need to hear this December (DJMag
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022: Xavi (DA
  • Disrupting live music with Dice President Russ Tannen. (Chartmetric
  • UK clubs are open, but promoters face more challenges than ever. (DJMag
  • Anthony Naples brings techno down to earth. (Noisey
  • Kraftwerk: Why did electronic music begin in Dusseldorf? (Independent
  • R3hab reflects on a storied 13 year career, passion and purpose. (EDM
  • 20 questions with Eats Everything: The U.K. hero on a decade in the scene and the good advice he got from Claude VonStroke. (Billboard
  • Dancing Astronaut’s 2021 Artist of the Year: ILLENIUM (DA
  • Resident Advisor's Best Albums of 2021
  • The 20 best dance albums of 2021: Critics’ Picks. (Billboard
  • The 10 Top Live Acts Of The Year 2021 (Mixmag
  • The 21 Top Breakthrough DJs Of The Year 2021(Mixmag
  • The 21 Top DJs Of The Year 2021 (Mixmag
  • DJ Mag's top compilations of 2021 
  • DJ Mag's top tracks of 2021  
  • DJ Mag's top albums of 2021 
  • 10 essential jungle drum & bass documentaries to watch online now (DJMag
  • Selections: JASSS (DJMag
  • Best mixes of the year so far: November (Mixmag
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022: Rossy (DA
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022: Fred again.. (DA
  • The Sound Of: Infinite Machine (DJMag
  • Back To Basics: the anarchic party that transformed Leeds into a clubbing destination. (DJMag
  • How Orbital’s exploratory debut album re-wrote the rule book for rave. (DJMag
  • The bittersweet return of the rave. (Face
  • The music industry’s fight for climate change. (MusicAlly - Simon O’Kelly, CEO of UMA Entertainment) 
  • Milana Lewis, Co-Founder and CEO of Stem Disintermedia, talks about the current state of music distribution and financial tools for artists. (Chartmetric
  • Like it or not, TikTok is changing the music industry. (TNW
  • In conversation: Anja Schneider (Magnetic
  • Jessy Lanza's golden age (DJMag
  • Feeling out of place: Qrion on making her way in the States (Attack
  • Daedelus: "LFO everything, that's the motto of this record. I’m trying to make everything move and breathe" (Musicradar
  • "New York makes you better": Escaflowne is Brooklyn's next genre-hopping dance music star. (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with house icon Crystal Waters: Why everyone still wants ‘100 Percent Pure Love’ (Billboard
  • Tim Sweeney: "It hurt when I heard WNYU didn't value me being on the station" (Mixmag
  • Bonobo: the spaces between (DJMag
  • To his fans he was Avicii. To his parents he was shy Tim. In 2018 he took his own life. His father, Klas Bergling, opens up about the career that overwhelmed his son. (SundayTimes
  • Ultra Naté: "I remember Paradise Garage closing – it was like the end of the world" (Mixmag
  • The beautifully unpredictable duality of James Blake. (EDM
  • Inside Richie Hawtin's raucous techno rave at the Tate Modern. (Mixmag
  • The best tracks of the year 2021 so far: November (Mixmag
  • 10 innovators shaping the future of our culture. (ElectronicBeats
  • The 15 best house tracks of November 2021. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best techno tracks of November 2021. (Magnetic
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022: Surf Mesa (DA
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Breakout Artist of 2021: John Summit (DA
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022: STAR SEED (DA
  • Fresh Kicks 165: Sputnik One (DJMag
  • On Cue: Jenifa Mayanja (DJMag
  • Get to know Nia Archives and her ‘future classic’ take on jungle. (Mixmag
  • Job Envy: Wez Saunders - Managing Director at Defected Records (Attack
  • Beginner's guide to: getting past creative block. (DJMag
  • 2021 Reflections: Dancing my way through grief (RA
  • Can UNESCO help safeguard techno culture? (DJMag
  • Celebrating the enduring legacy of DJ-Kicks. (RA
  • EX.587 Steven Cee - A driving force behind Audiowhore, Siesta and Eskimo Dance bridging grime and house histories. (RA
  • How Covid-19 changed dance music fans’ connection to the scene and what it means for brands. (RollingStone
  • Fortnite concerts, TikTok routines, virtual merch — videogames are influencing the world of music more than ever. But is that really a good thing for fans? (EW
  • Musicians are making big money from NFTs. Can they challenge the music industry? (Time
  • The story of bloghouse in six neon-splattered bangers. (Face
  • How did bloghouse happen? A new book tracks the genre’s rise off the internet and onto sweaty dancefloors. (Billboard
  • How amapiano hit the UK’s post-lockdown party scene. (Face
  • Finn: “I used to listen to happy hardcore on the bus to work" (Mixmag
  • Baloo, DJ and Creative Director of MDLBEAST talks SOUNDSTORM, the Saudi electronic scene and more. (WeRaveYou
  • Alan Fitzpatrick on why his first album in over a decade "feels like his debut". (EDM
  • Richie Hawtin on collaborating with Prada. (Face
  • One to watch: Logic1000 (Guardian
  • Breaking Through: Parris (RA
  • Recognise: Nikki Nair (DJMag
  • Selections: Lyric Hood (DJMag
  • How the pandemic shaped a music tech renaissance. (DJMag
  • How to B2B: Six DJs share wisdom on the art of sharing the decks. (Mixmag
  • How to better your chances of getting featured on Spotify playlists. (Symphonic)  
  • How is the NFT space evolving globally and what are the possibilities for artists? (IO - Max Shand, Serenade) 
  • How RCDSHP is using NFTs to redefine the relationship between EDM artists and fans. (EDM
  • Why Adaptations festival is a statement of the strength of Leeds’ dance music community (Mixmag
  • "I feel more alive": How Acraze achieved chart-topping success through sacrifice. (EDM
  • Stereoclip: "Everything is an echo of something" (Mixmag
  • 808 State, From the Begining (5Mag
  • Giorgia Angiuli: electronic essence (DJMag
  • Tom Middleton: cosmic communication (DJMag
  • "I'm my best self when djing": DJ Priya plays like her life depends on it. (Mixmag)  
  • Jessy Lanza: “If you love the track you’re playing, you can convince the crowd to love it too.” (DJTechTools
  • When fame wasn’t coming quickly enough for enigmatic musician PinkPantheress, she figured TikTok would be the answer. Oh, was she right. (Standard
  • Adventure Club on new album, NFTs and the future of melodic dubstep. (EDM
  • Sam Paganini on his concept album, Light + Shadow: ”I love to produce dancefloor tracks, but I need a balance when I write music in the studio”. (Musictech)
  • Rezz on her new album and her personal evolution: ‘I’ve known subtly that I was gay my whole life’ (Billboard
  • Pete Tong: “It's important to support local clubland" (Mixmag
  • Why it's important to keep testing yourself before clubbing this winter. (Mixmag
  • Nervous Records: 30 years of New York’s pioneering house label. (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 164: Ebb & Texture (DJMag
  • The Art Of Production: Krust (RA
  • '90s club mag Sleaze Nation remembers the nightlife London lost. (RA
  • How has Twitch managed to become a go-to music platform during Covid? (Attack
  • The rise of Lady Blackbird: A West Coast diva bringing atmospheric jazzy vocals to D&B. (DT
  • How Fred again.. hit the big time by turning his life into a symphony. (Mixmag
  • How Âme’s 'Rej' inspired a new approach to house and techno. (DJMag
  • Mike Posner recalls the impact of his relationship with Avicii, from almost singing on "Levels" to deriving inspiration in his memory to achieve his biggest personal goals. (EDM) 
  • William Orbit was a techno-classical genius loved by pop stars from U2 to Britney. Then he was sectioned in his 60s after a drug-induced breakdown. The superproducer explains how he came back around. (Guardian)  
  • How are resale prices for the first crop of music NFTs? Er… (MusicAlly)  
  • Inside Ableton, the music software company everyone wants to buy. (Billboard)
  • It's time for clubs to start taking spiking seriously. (Mixmag)
  • Label Of The Month: Danse Noire (RA
  • The Sound Of: Scuffed Recordings (DJMag
  • Selections: L’Rain (DJMag
  • 5 tips to make it as an EDM vocalist from Karen Harding. (EDM
  • Romanthony's 'Romanworld' is the house music cult figure's masterpiece. (DJMag
  • Fused from jungle, rave and soul, trip-hop filled the coffee tables of the 90s, and is now inspiring Billie Eilish’s generation. So why is the term so despised by many? (Guardian
  • How KISS and Radio 1 are attracting and maintaining talent and appealing to young audiences in 2021. (PRS
  • ‘It was secret and naughty’: the birth of Ministry of Sound – a photo essay (Guardian
  • RIP Andrew Barker: 808 State are the real heart and soul of the Madchester dance movement. (Mixmag
  • From rock to EDM: How former Guns n' Roses guitarist Ashba is cultivating a new generation of music fans. (EDM)  
  • Mason Maynard: "I don't want what's come before to be forgotten about'. (Attack
  • Welcome to Moore Kismet’s universe. (DJMag
  • Sounds that seem impossible: Loraine James made one of 2021’s best electronic albums. (Mixmag
  • Flight Facilities on waiting seven years to release its second album: 'Once You Hate It, It’s Ready'. (Billboard
  • Jon Hopkins: ‘I would have a ketamine session and return with notes’ (Independent
  • For more than a decade, Jon Hopkins’s muscle and grace made him a festival favourite. His new album takes an unexpectedly quiet turn. (NYTimes)  
  • Jon Hopkins: "I don’t really have any modular synths, drum machines or any of that stuff - it’s all really Ableton and source audio from random places" (MusicRadar
  • The resurrection of Swedish House Mafia: 'We are like three Doberman dogs'. (BBC
  • “It’s going to revolutionise the music industry” – Should artists use NFTs as their record label? (IO
  • The music industry is no different to any other in its issues with sexual abuse and harassment. Deputy general secretary for the Musician’s Union, Naomi Pohl, describes some of the stories shared at early Safe Space meetings as ‘horrendous.’ (PRS
  • The 15 best techno tracks of October 2021. (Magnetic
  • A history of Gqom in ten tracks. (RA
  • Fresh Kicks 163: Ayesha (DJMag
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this November. (DJMag)
  • Selections: Eris Drew (DJMag
  • EX.583 Fraser T Smith (RA
  • How Saint Etienne's 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' united the indie and dance worlds. (DJMag
  • "A vortex of freedom": HOROVOD festival is merging queer euphoria and Slavic tradition. (Mixmag
  • DJ Henry Hacking makes music that is something for everyone. (BorderlessMelodies)  
  • Nicky Romero on historic Protocol Recordings ADE party, Monocule alias and more. (EDM
  • “I want it all”: VTSS' no-holds-barred approach is inspiring her artistic evolution. (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with disco legend Cerrone: 'Electronic music is hard to fully appreciate in 20 seconds, it's like sex' (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Solomun: On returning to touring and 'Chasing' Jamie Foxx for a feature. (Billboard
  • ‘Acid Is My DNA’ Nicky Romero’s taps into his hard-hitting roots. (GrooveCartel
  • Swedish House Mafia: “Dance music is freedom – that’s our language” (NME
  • 13 of the best 808 State tracks with Andrew Barker. (Mixmag
  • 808 State's Andy Barker was an integral part of Manchester’s rave explosion at the turn of the '90s. (DJMag)
  • From Our Minds: How Richie Hawtin's new party channels the positive power of dance music. (Mixmag
  • 7 artists shaping the future of electronic music (MusicRadar
  • Recognise: 96 Back (DJMag
  • Selections: Paramida (DJMag
  • The revellers of Body Movements. (RA
  • The 2nd most sampled track in history. (Attack
  • How Kate Bush’s ‘Hounds Of Love’ influenced the evolution of electronic music. (DJMag
  • Who says techno has to be serious? Not Paula Temple (6am
  • Is modern techno resurrecting 90s trance? (6am
  • The vinyl straw: Why the vinyl industry is at breaking point. (Mixmag
  • How Berlin's day of club culture is protecting the city's nightlife. (RA
  • The Nyege Nyege Villa: East African hub of the electronic music underground. (Afropopworldwide
  • The story of Rinzen, electronic music journalist turned cinematic techno world-builder. (EDM
  • Gavin Hardkiss: Gets his Perc Groove on. (iDJ
  • Stay-C talks about South Africa's drum 'n' bass scene, sneaking backstage to give her tracks to London Elektricity, and winning Hospital Records' mentorship programme. (Mixmag
  • Rüfüs Du Sol went to the desert and all they got was a renewed sense of purpose and a shimmering new LP. (Billboard
  • Ross From Friends on lo-fi house: "In 10 years, people will reflect and ask, 'what was that?'" (Mixmag
  • DEG Presents' Eddie Dean on Pacha's close, the long pandemic and banking on Halloween. (Billboard
  • Pete Tong talks dance music’s post-Covid comeback. (Variety
  • 'If I like this Record, I want to tell you about it': Questions with 2021 MITS recipient Pete Tong. (Pollstar
  • Pete Tong reflects on four decades of A&R at London Records, Warner, WME, Three Six Zero and Sony. (MW
  • In conversation: Zanias Fleisch. (Magnetic)
  • Amsterdam Dance Event 2021 proved new world, new ways, and new opportunities for the reopening of live festivals. (BorderlessMelodies)
  • The industry is at its strongest since the advent of the CD disc, so why has it become near-impossible to get music pressed onto wax? (Mixmag)
  • The fight against the opioid crisis in US clubbing. (DJMag
  • Body Movements: a celebration of dance music’s queer communities. (DJMag
  • Maxinne chats about releasing her ‘Red Alert’ Album with Toolroom Records. (DT)
  • Kevin Saunderson: the E-Dancer returns. (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Todd Edwards: Remixing Fatboy Slim, working with Daft Punk and quitting (then returning to) music. (Billboard
  • Purple Disco Machine breaks down his brilliant sophomore album. (EDM
  • Jon Hopkins timed his upcoming album to the length of a ketamine high, while apps are using AI music to tailor drug experiences. Welcome to a techno-chemical new frontier. (Guardian
  • Anz: One of the brightest talents in UK dance music is getting used to bigger stages, thanks to her infectiously fun tracks that draw deeply from black cultural history. (Guardian
  • David Guetta has found balance 10 years after 'Titanium': 'I'm as free as it gets'. (Billboard)
  • The 15 best tech house tracks of September 2021 (Magnetic
  • The Sound Of: Worst Behavior (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Arietta (DA
  • Solid Gold: DJ Shadow's 'Entroducing....' is a masterclass in the art of sampling (DJMag
  • When medieval mysticism conquers the dance floor. (RA
  • The LGBTQ+ club nights fighting for diversity in drum & bass. (DJMag
  • Yung Singh is the outspoken DJ ringing in the new Asian Underground and taking the UK's music scene by storm. (RA
  • "I really just want to play house music": Space Ghost is the analog revival we all need right now. (Mixmag
  • Coco María: “If you feel the tickle to do something, don’t wait for the green light” (Mixmag
  • After EDM burnout and psychedelic transformation, Tommy Trash is back - but he's not quite ready to party. (Billboard
  • Avalon Emerson: magickal thinking (DJMag
  • Kevin Saunderson: "Techno: It's hard to explain, but you really just got to feel it" (Attack
  • Sherelle's blistering sounds are a battle cry as she leads the charge for a new generation of artists focused on dismantling and reshaping dance music for the better. (Mixmag)
  • The best DJ mixes of the year 2021 so far (Mixmag)
  • The 15 best techno tracks of September 2021 (Magnetic
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of September 2021 (Magnetic
  • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this October (DJMag
  • On Cue: Preditah (DJMag
  • Style Spotlight: KG, Bklava, Jaden Thompson, object blue, Boofy, iona. (DJMag
  • Tidal and the evolving world of musician financing. (PennyFractions)  
  • Solid Gold: How Moodymann's 'Silentintroduction' set a new standard for house music world building. (DJMag
  • How emerging DJs are using TikTok to reach millions. (Mixmag
  • AI Futures: how artificial intelligence will change music. (DJMag
  • AI Futures: how artificial intelligence will shape music production. (DJMag
  • AI Futures: how artificial intelligence is infiltrating the DJ booth. (DJMag
  • Candi Staton: ‘When the promoters tried not to pay I had to get my gun out’ (Guardian
  • Celebrating 25 years of psytrance: Infected Mushroom talk virtual reality, NFT's and new album. (EDM
  • How UNIIQU3 became Jersey Club royalty. (RA
  • 20 questions with Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum: On astrology and quitting the Wallflowers to date Natalie Merchant. (Billboard
  • My own way: Why Scratcha DVA is a linchpin of UK dance music innovation. (Mixmag
  • Anna Lunoe on her new podcast and creative evolution: 'Acquiring creative confidence is not a one and done' (Billboard
  • Dillon Francis on his new album: 'Everything was really sad and Piano House music was making me happy' (Billboard
  • Enter Mordorkore: Berlin’s debut hardcore fantasy rave. (ElectronicBeats
  • ‘No established disco would have played this music’: 30 years of legendary Berlin club Tresor. (Guardian
  • A guide to the best parties, events and tips for ADE 2021 (Mixmag
  • ADE co-directors Jan-Willem Van De Ven and Meindert Kennis on cancelling conference, navigating Covid. (Magnetic
  • 7+1 events you can’t miss during Amsterdam Dance Event ADE 2021. (GrooveCartel
  • The 15 best house tracks of September 2021. (Magnetic
  • Selections: Saoirse (DJMag
  • Recognise: Mina (DJMag
  • '90s rave music is making a comeback. (TeenVogue
  • How promoters, parties and activists are challenging New York's decades-old anti-drug legislation. (RA
  • Rachel Barton, the founder of audio production company Grape, discusses the difficult choices to expand her business and repertoire. (Times)
  • Arabs Do It Better: the party championing Arabic music in the Holy Land. (Mixmag
  • AVA: a triumphant return for the Belfast festival. (DJMag
  • Unorthodox Event is leading the first queer movement in drum 'n' bass. (Mixmag
  • UK Black History Month 2021: electronic music events guide (DJMag
  • Saytek talks about his new album Motifs From The New World. (ScottishSun
  • "I want it to wipe the slate clean": How Feed Me's new album resets an influential career. (EDM
  • Ben Böhmer: "Lockdown made my music more personal and unfiltered" (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with Adam Beyer: The techno legend on working with Kevin Saunderson and loving Billie Eilish. (Billboard
  • The music industry is an unexpected victim of a plastics shortage. (Economist
  • Demand for records is soaring, and Britain’s supply problems are making it even harder to get albums pressed. (Observer
  • Tresor at 30: the evolution of a Berlin techno institution. (DJMag
  • 10 Latin electronic producers to watch during Hispanic Heritage Month. (Billboard
  • Selections: Bklava (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 161: Iona (DJMag
  • Pressing issues: is this the end of the vinyl revival? (DJMag
  • Livity Sound: a decade of daring club music. (DJMag
  • DJ Pete Tong and daughter Becky reveal how they connect over music. (Star
  • How Ultra Naté's 'Free' became a dancefloor anthem for personal liberation. (DJMag
  • Carl Cox: “While I was DJing, I saw people dying in front of me” (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with Boys Noize: On his Red Light district origins and selling his vinyl collection to Afrojack. (Billboard
  • Amapiano: inside South Africa’s sound of freedom. (Dazed
  • Will the next phase of the music industry take place inside the metaverse? (Synchtank
  • What music labels learn when you pre-save music. (Wired)
  • The arrival of Universal Music Group on the stock market is going to be a big-money affair — for the record company as well as its rivals. (RollingStone)  
  • Richard H. Kirk remembered: a DIY genius of British electronic music. (DJMag
  • Richard H Kirk was prolific, hungry, angry and funky to the end. (Guardian
  • GRiZ's guide to the best emerging producers in electronic music. (EDM
  • Increased demand, plus the rising prices of raw materials, have led to huge delays at record pressing plants. When will the vinyl bubble burst? (NewStatesman
  • How dubplates fuelled the rise of drum & bass in the ‘90s. (DJMag
  • Blockchain-enabled groups, such as Friends With Benefits, invest in their own creative communities using cryptocurrency tokens. This technology has potentially revolutionary implications for the music industry—if harnessed responsibly. (RA
  • Drug harm minimisation is more important for UK clubs than ever. The policies around it need to change. (DJMag
  • How Burning Man's famed Robot Heart Camp is carrying on after the death of founder George Mueller. (Billboard
  • Getting back in the DJ Booth: Angel & Dren talk cultivating the right energy and mixing in their own debut EP. (Billboard
  • Inside the growing trend of Latin EDM hits. (Billboard
  • The true story of how India partied through Covid-19. (DJMag
  • UNIIQU3: Jersey club's singular sensation. (DJMag
  • Rudimental talk the past, present and future with Point Blank. (Magnetic)
  • "It's ecstatic": DJ Koze, Lakou Mizik and Joseph Ray on the power of Haitian Vodou music. (Mixmag
  • Anastasia Kristensen: “DJs being more genre-fluid motivates producers to be more fearless". (Mixmag
  • Porter Robinson talks turning his Second Sky Festival into a 'Porter-Centric' theme park. (Billboard
  • Downsampled: How the frenzied sale of music publishing will change sample culture. (5mag
  • Fresh Kicks 160: Ambient Babestation Meltdown (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Duska (DT
  • Melbourne’s Kult Kyss want to ‘pay homage to early ‘90s dance music’. (Beat
  • DJ Lag: the gqom king conquers the globe. (DJMag
  • EX.575 Jaguar: The BBC Radio 1 upstart building toward utopian futures. (RA
  • How Daft Punk's 'Discovery' laid the foundations for EDM. (DJMag
  • How Singapore's Zouk Group is parlaying decades of success in Las Vegas - and changing the fabric of sin city. (EDM
  • From festival takeovers to viral DJ sets, a new wave of creatives are celebrating their heritage while pushing leftfield and club music forwards in a cultural shift not seen since the Nineties. Tara Joshi talks to the musicians, broadcasters and promoters spearheading a movement. (Independent
  • Right Wing Dance Squads: UK dance music has always been about freedom. But are we really going to march with the far right? (5mag)
  • 10 South Asian diaspora dance music collectives you need to know. (Mixmag
  • 37 South Asian artists share what music means to them. (Mixmag
  • A deep dive into South Asian electronic music. (Mixmag
  • How daytime raves introduced clubbing to a generation of young British South Asians. (Mixmag)
  • How clubbing is helping young British South Asians explore their creativity and identity. (Mixmag
  • Dance music collective Daytimers: ‘Brownness isn’t a hype – it’s who we are’. (Guardian
  • Co-opted by pop and viral stars, the dancefloor-destroying Jersey club sound has slowly taken over, with producer and DJ UNIIQU3 its brightest star. (Guardian
  • How Zedd transformed pandemic boredom into a major collab with his favourite video game. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Roger Sanchez: The house icon on the 20th anniversary of 'his enduring hit Another Chance'. (Billboard
  • No phones, Covid testing, anxiety and euphoria: what’s it like to go clubbing in the UK after lockdown? (DJMag
  • What makes an artist in the age of algorithms? (Wired) Composer/producer BT talks about art as a form of big data - and his new composition that lives on the blockchain.  
  • Tunes of the month | September (IbizaSpotlight
  • The 15 best techno tracks of August 2021. (Magnetic
  • The best DJ mixes of the year 2021 so far August (Mixmag
  • The best albums of the year so far August. (Mixmag
  • The best tracks of the year so far August. (Mixmag
  • Selections: Juba (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Moisinn (DT
  • 11 emerging artists you need to hear this September (DJMag
  • The rise of fluid audio – the release of Kanye West’s Donda stem player plus the growing popularity of stem splitting apps and gesture-based production – is unbundling music recordings much like mp3s unbundled the album and the result could change music forever. (Midia
  • In its debut year, ARC Music Festival is featuring all flavours of house in the genre's hometown. (Billboard
  • The beginners guide to: hardcore. (MusicRadar
  • New strategies for investing in music rights and other recent developments in the world of rights tech. (Synchtank
  • Music's next challenge: Licensing for the new wave of social platforms. (Synchtank
  • 20 questions with DJ Seinfeld: On his new album & the best episode of his namesake sitcom. (Billboard
  • "We wanted to go down the garage route": How Rudimental made 'Ground Control'. (Mixmag
  • The 15 best house tracks of August. (Magnetic)
  • Get to know: Wtchcrft (DJMag
  • Selections: Throwing Snow (DJMag
  • 5 Facts/5 Tracks: BluePrint (DT)
  • A history of trance music in ten tracks (RA
  • A new documentary about Scotland's rave culture is now available to watch. (RA)
  • From fan to family: How Discord gave artists a platform to connect with purpose. (EDM
  • With Ibiza clubs closed, ravers rage at illegal villa parties. (Billboard
  • EX.573 TSHA (RA
  • Throwing Snow celebrates rhythmic complexity, from otherworldly sound designs and face melting percussion to liquindi water drumming and masterful drumfunk. (DJMag)
  • Holly Herndon on vocal deep fakes and launching her digital twin Holly+. (Dazed
  • Becky Hill has gone from runner-up on the singing competition to the queen of British dance music, despite the industry trying its best to keep her down. (iNews
  • The artist formerly known as Barely Legal talks about developing her skills and confidence — and presents her debut DJ mix as Chloé Robinson. (Mixmag)
  • Fresh Kicks 159: Sonido Berzerk (DJMag
  • 10 things to know about Kosovo's electronic scene: DJ Regard's guide to the country. (Billboard
  • The history of electronic music is inside a warehouse in Harleysville, Pa.(WHYY
  • How TikTok chooses which songs go viral. (Bloomberg
  • Beginner’s Guide To: Making your music sound more human. (DJMag
  • Saturday Night Session 051: Sam Blacky proves her house productions are just as compelling as her live performances with her long awaited debut EP release. (DA
  • Anyasa is bringing Indian traditional music and electronic sounds to the world. (Mixmag
  • How it all started: Dance Music's most influential labels reflect on their first-ever release. (EDM
  • The future is here: RCRDSHP is electronic dance music’s new digital collectibles platform. (Cultr
  • Is the party over in Ibiza? Not if you know the right people. (Times
  • Can Holly+ solve the problem of deepfake vocals? (Billboard
  • Endlesss: A creative operating system for the metaverse. (Endlesss
  • Lyra Pramuk & Eris Drew are on a mission to heal us all through music. (Mixmag
  • Remembering Paul Johnson: No Weaknesses (RA
  • The real story of how Daft Punk became the robots. (DJMag
  • The Blessed Madonna: “K-Hand and Paul Johnson did a great job of reaching out across generations" (Mixmag
  • Roger Sanchez: celebrating 20 years of ‘Another Chance’. (DJMag
  • Moodymann grants a rare interview reflecting on his legacy, his fascination with Prince, and his appearance as a main character in Grand Theft Auto. (GQ
  • DJ Carl Cox: ‘When I tell people my story, they don’t believe it’. (Guardian
  • How Carl Cox became known as the ‘Three-Deck Wizard’. (DJMag
  • 20 of the best Paul Johnson tracks. (Mixmag)  
  • The 15 best tech house tracks of July 2021. (Magnetic
  • The Sound Of: Alien Jams (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Yannons (DA
  • Get to know: Fred Again (DJMag
  • PAWSA: tech-house, reimagined. (DJMag
  • How Jungle moved past heartbreak, and label constraints, with their new album. (Billboard
  • How venues around the world are adapting to surging Covid outbreaks. (RA
  • Whether you know it or not, Spotify is tracking you. (Music3.0)
  • All the ways Spotify tracks you — and how to stop it. (Wired
  • "Live in Living Colour," A tribute to K-HAND. (RA)
  • GRiZ’s ‘Rainbow Brain’ proves sonically diverse with live saxophone and bass music production. (Forbes
  • TOKiMONSTA imagines a new world for women in electronic music. (Forbes
  • For 30 years the former scaffolder from Carshalton has dominated the global party scene. Now Carl Cox says the pandemic has brought the industry to its knees. (Times
  • The 15 best house tracks of July 2021. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of July 2021. (Magnetic
  • Tunes of the month | August (IbizaSpotlight
  • Label Of The Month: Livity Sound (RA
  • On Cue: DJ Manny (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Something Something (DT
  • How to make your music go viral on TikTok. (i-D
  • GALA: a joyful return for London dance festivals (DJMag
  • Lara Sarkissian on visualizing a hybrid Armenian sound. (RA
  • Shygirl is shaping London club music in her own bawdy image. (Pitchfork
  • Jack Back is back: David Guetta talks alias’ larger creative significance, first release of 2021 (DA
  • The joy in music: TSHA’s timeless house is inspired by heartfelt connections. (Mixmag)
  • Cameron Leslie talks about the fabric's first major refurb since 1999 and his "incredibly positive" thoughts on the future of clubbing. (Mixmag
  • Dance 'Til The Police Come: How oppressive policing has eroded rave culture. (Mixmag
  • Paul Johnson (1971-2021): One of the most essential house musicians of all time. (DJMag
  • RIP Paul Johnson: The Chicago icon whose life epitomises the miracle of house music. (Mixmag
  • Recognise: A.Fruit (DJMag
  • Five key performances: Nuits Sonores 2021 (RA
  • 8 things to know about South Africa's Amapiano genre: A local's guide to the scene. (Billboard
  • Spice Rack: South Asian electronic music's response to Covid-19. (DJMag
  • What defines success in music today? (MusicPlus
  • How Black Science Orchestra’s ‘Where Were You?’ marked a coming-of-age moment for UK house. (DJMag
  • Mark Archer: "I've always tried to just make stuff straight for the dance floor. (Attack
  • "Play with people's expectations": Vegyn's shapeshifting music makes you think and feel. (Mixmag
  • ‘I’ve ridden the storm’: Todd Edwards, the inspiring force for Daft Punk and UK garage. (Guardian
  • 'It’s been a tough 16 months for all of us': Four dance scene promoters on the return of live events. (Billboard
  • Riri Hylton braves a rollicking re-opening weekend in London—only to end up in self-isolation. (RA
  • Dego: striving for perfection (DJMag
  • Marshall Jefferson: "Suddenly, the DJ could be the artist. That was the key that unlocked everything" (MusicRadar
  • The wild boom and bust of art NFTs made many onlookers wary of blockchain-based technology — but new developments in gaming, ticketing, and music royalties reveal NFTs’ true power. (RollingStone
  • Clubbing: The pressure on DJs to make their first post Covid sets ‘count’. (BBC
  • How can promoters, venues and artists create meaningful change on the issue of ticket touting? And what have governments and trade bodies done to date to tackle criminality and bad practise on the major secondary ticketing sites? (DJMag
  • The Sound of: Zone (DJMag
  • Solid Gold: How Basement Jaxx’s ‘Rooty’ conquered pop in the name of UK house music. (DJMag
  • How Sensorium Galaxy is adopting EDM to spearhead the next generation of virtual entertainment. (EDM)
  • 'Why don't we all go bonkers?' - The rise and fall of happy hardcore. (Vice
  • How Splice became the hottest platform on the beat market. (Billboard
  • Bad Boy Chiller Crew: The rowdy Bradford rappers taking bassline to the masses. (Mixmag
  • Cici: "We can get distracted by what our peers are doing and that's a toxic mindset" (Mixmag
  • Paula Temple and Slam talk about raves without phones, hybrid sets, Berghain and Riverside Festival. (Mixmag
  • Sherelle: “The government has failed the music scene in a massive way”. (NME
  • Darkside's Dave Harrington and Nicolas Jaar on the grief, alchemy and 'Psychokinetic' connection of new album 'Spiral'. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Nora En Pure: The producer on her love of deep house, the ocean and The Offspring. (Billboard
  • Grimes on Discord, her 'Space Opera' and being right about the future: 'I'm not just trying to be weird'. (Billboard)  
  • What copyright lawyers need to know about NFTs. (Bloomberg)  
  • Why did house dancing leave the club? (RA
  • How are clubs and promoters approaching a safe return to the dancefloor? (DJMag
  • How to help clubs reopen safely and for the long haul. (Mixmag
  • Clubbing and Covid passports: 'Protect vulnerable people' or 'against civil liberties'? (BBC)  
  • Can the nightclub industry survive the introduction of Covid passports? (Observer
  • 10 DJs share their opening track for the return of clubbing. (Mixmag
  • Get To Know: Sayang (DJMag
  • ZHU: the DREAMLAND experience. (DJMag
  • Charlie Thorstenson: There's a new Techno Viking in town. (iDJ
  • Joaquin “Joe” Claussell's spiritual vision. (DJMag
  • How a period of reflection led DJ Seinfeld to discover his true artistic self. (Mixmag)
  • How Tidy Trax embodies the loud, proud spirit of Northern hard house. (DJMag
  • The founders of famed Ibiza-based party CircoLoco spent the pandemic launching their label passion project. (Billboard
  • How two 'indie guys who ended up in EDM' wrote Swedish House Mafia's iconic 'Don't You Worry Child'. (Billboard)
  • Back to the hits: Illenium shares the backstories on his six biggest chart hits. (Billboard
  • Swedish House Mafia have a new label, new music and a new outlook on reuniting “for life”. (Billboard
  • "I'm 19 and never been clubbing": The pandemic is blocking a new generation of ravers. (Mixmag
  • After more than a year of silence, clubs are gearing up for one hell of a party. Here, nightlife bosses tell of what to expect — and what they missed most. (Standard
  • Clubbing is back: are we ready to go out out again? (Standard
  • Nightclubs admit confusion over UK Covid rules as ‘freedom day’ nears. (Guardian
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of June 2021. (Magnetic)  
  • The 15 best house tracks of June 2021. (Magnetic
  • Selections: DJ Pitch (DJMag
  • On Cue: Manni Dee (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Daniel Power (DT
  • 10 emerging artists you need to hear this July. (DJMag
  • Deconstructed: Prodigy - Out of Space (Attack
  • How club culture learned to thrive online. (Dazed
  • Alesso 2.0: The Swedish DJ is back in Sin City and more ready to rage than ever. (HauteLiving
  • Black artists pioneered dance music, but the scene remains white-dominated. UK rising star Sherelle is dodging the trolls and trying to make change with her platform Beautiful. (Guardian
  • Karen Nyame KG: "I tell my story to highlight how progressive the music industry has become". (Mixmag
  • The rebirth of Todd Edwards (DJMag
  • Chemical Brother Tom Rowlands predicts an emotional explosion at Latitude, the first big festival to return. (SundayTimes
  • Amapiano is the hottest music genre right now and Sha Sha is the Queen. (Face
  • What DJs can teach us about advertising and consumer behaviour. (Campaign
  • NFTs won't save the recorded music industry, but they might save the live events industry. (Clicktrack
  • For the music industry, cryptocurrency will be as disruptive as MTV. (FastCompany
  • As more artists explore the sale of their music rights and royalty streams as NFTs, Eamonn Forde examines the potential benefits and current limitations of the space. (Synchtank
  • Fresh Kicks 157: Closet Yi (DJMag)
  • The Return Of Events: Los Angeles (RA
  • Indie labels loathe Spotify’s Discovery Mode -- but DIY giants are loving it. (MBW
  • ‘A talent scout can’t go to 100 shows a night’ – how big data is choosing the next pop stars (Guardian
  • Inside the rise of Amapiano, the genre that’s taking over South Africa and coming to a dance floor near you. (RollingStone
  • Cheeky humour and niche references: DJ Sotofett on his favourite rave flyers and artwork. (Mixmag
  • Monstercat's 10-Year anniversary compilation: A track-by-track breakdown of songs from the vault. (Billboard
  • Breaking down Special Request's remix of 'Delicate Limbs' by Virgil Abloh. (Attack
  • Who owns the night?: the complicated reality of the Night-Time Economy. (DJMag)
  • What are inclusion riders and why are DJs talking about them? (Dazed
  • "At Night, The Disco Goddess": Why Nirvana songs make for killer house music. (Grammy
  • Techno legend DJ Minx on the homophobia she experienced in Detroit and coming out as gay: 'I was stressed the hell out' (Billboard
  • "I felt alone, especially as a woman": Javiera Mena on being a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ Latin community. (EDM)
  • The melodic deep house of Maya Jane Coles’ ‘What They Say’ helped put her on the map, and soon went on to be sampled by stars like Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga. Katherine Rogers hears about the unlikely journey of this shapeshifting club cut. (DJMag)
  • Mark Knight breaks down the influences, ideas, collaborations and more on his new album 'Untold Business.' (Magnetic
  • Fedde Le Grand: How 'Put Your Hands Up for Detroit' changed my life. (Vice
  • Fresh Kicks 156: Kessler (DJMag)

  • Recognise: Hagan (DJMag
  • Porter Robinson - Nurture live behind the scenes. [video] (PorterRobinson
  • Kosh: Keeping Hope Alive (RA
  • The Continental Baths was a DJ incubator for Larry Levan and Frankie Knuckles. (WaxPoetics
  • Hybrid Minds: Liquid duo go large. (iDJ
  • Mark Knight breaks down his debut album Untold Business. (DA
  • Violet: "There's an underground and a super-commercialised thing that's almost like a caricature of dance music". (Attack
  • Manchester-based Salute approaches dance music with a refreshingly unpretentious philosophy, which he’s applied to his uplifting productions. (DJMag)
  • In Conversation: Gorgon City talks ‘Olympia,’ The duo’s creative roots in Greek mythology. (Forbes
  • 'A local culture created': How the pandemic connected China's club scene. (Mixmag
  • How Ibiza nightlife plans to return safely this summer. (DJMag)
  • After the coronavirus pandemic, New Yorkers will not take their dance-club scene for granted again. (NewYorker
  • Will UK clubs actually be able reopen on 19th July? (DJMag)
  • After being closed for 15 months, clubs were set to open their doors on June 21 – but a lack of government guidance and a four week delay has pushed venues into an even more precarious position. (Dazed
  • If Britain loses its nightclubs it loses a vital part of its national DNA. (Guardian)
  • From AI artists and bedroom beatmaking to cryptocurrency concert tickets and virtual-reality festivals, here are the next great waves poised to overtake the strange, twisty business of hit-making. (RollingStone
  • Billboard Dance Emerging Artists June 2021: Elkka, Tibasko & more. (Billboard
  • 10 things to know about Tokyo's electronic scene: Producer Shingo Nakamura's guide to the city. (Billboard
  • EX.562 Virgil Abloh (RA
  • Selections: Intervention and ipaadi label founder and DJ, Ifeoluwa (DJMag
  • Remembering Haçienda: a journey through the aesthetics of club culture. (Wallpaper
  • Gaming and Electronic Music: Why the two are inextricably linked. (WeRaveYou
  • The Albanian five-dayer Unum gave a dizzying insight into the return of partying. (Mixmag)
  • Q&A Pete Bones (Attack
  • With turbocharged tracks storming the charts, jungle and drum’n’bass are having a boom – but did they ever really go away? (Guardian
  • How John B turned his attic into a worldwide livestreaming powerhouse. (DJTechTools
  • "Be unique and be relentless": Destructo on growing as a music producer. (EDM
  • Beacon Bloom trio builds a musical metaverse complete with NFT options within their new video, 'Nothing Here But You'. (Forbes
  • How Worthy's coming out reawakened her passion for music. (EDM
  • Loraine James’ vision is too big for the club. (RollingStone
  • Are David Guetta’s disposable disco songs really worth $100m? Incredibly, yes. (Telegraph
  • The co-owner of Fabric nightclub, Cameron Leslie, reveals many venues won't last the lockdown, and yet the public has never wanted to party so hard. (Telegraph
  • The 15 best techno tracks of May 2021. (Magnetic
  • Renegade Riddims: Lilac (DT
  • Get to know: Sleepnet (DJMag
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this June. (DJMag
  • Meet TAAHLIAH: the DJ creating anthems for a new generation. (GayTimes
  • From the histories of global scenes, sounds and labels, to explorations of music’s power to alter the fabric of society and forge communities, here are 11 books published in the last two years that will educate and entertain electronic music fans in equal measure. (DJMag
  • Inside the fascinating world of reissue labels. (DJMag
  • From mask-free clubs at full capacity to dance-in-your-chair affairs, Kiana Mickles reports on New York City's opening weekend. (RA
  • How Kosovo's club scene became an antidote to isolation. (RA
  • While Brazil's coastal areas are traditional hotbeds for electronic music, desande is booming in the country's Central-West region, fuelled by changing economic fortunes and a growing appetite for big room sounds. (Mixmag)
  • "A tool for protest": DJs from the Global South are fighting oppression with music. (Mixmag
  • MitiS - real name Joseph Torre - can’t help but contain his excitement for his North American Lost tour. (DA)
  • Ookay gives fans a taste of his upcoming album and reflects on how his musical upbringing has shaped the artist he is today. (DA)
  • Loraine James: meet a genre-splicing genius of British electronic music. (Guardian
  • Loraine James: through the looking glass. (DJMag
  • David Guetta, Morten, and John Martin defy the ‘Impossible’ on all-time future rave meeting. (DA)
  • With Pig&Dan collab 'Mozzarella' in stores now, iDJ catches up with the Watergate resident and TochnoTechno label boss, Yulia Niko. (iDJ)
  • A year after coming out as gay, producer Spencer Brown reflects: 'My life completely changed for the best'. (Billboard
  • Yousef about the joys and pressures of hosting the UK's first unrestricted club night since the pandemic began. (Mixmag
  • How Mikey Lion and his Desert Hearts crew kept the party -- and the revenue -- going during the pandemic. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with San Holo: On his beard, new album and how Porter Robinson and Madeon changed his life. (Billboard
  • Sama' Abdulhadi: Palestine's techno champion. (DJMag
  • The 15 best house tracks of May 2021 (Magnetic
  • Making Waves: Co-Accused (iDJ
  • Renegade Riddims: Dedman (DT)
  • Selections: Roman Flügel (DJMag
  • Deconstructed: Prodigy's Out of Space (Attack
  • Full On, Non Stop, All Over is Matthew Smith's new book of rave photography. (RA)
  • The music industry's TikTok obsession is another form of fast fashion. (Clash
  • He’s preachy and pretentious – but does Moby deserve to be the most hated man in pop? (Telegraph
  • The freewheeling hippies of 1967 and the British ravers who embraced acid house and ecstasy in 1988 define moments in time when youthful utopian hedonism burst free. Kevin E G Perry tracks down an original Merry Prankster and a Haçienda DJ to find out if the ingredients are there for a Third Summer of Love. (Independent
  • Supernovas 005: John Martin had his sights set on rockstardom, but dance music had other ideas. (DA)
  • 32 years ago this week, Quentin ‘Tin Tin’ Chambers, Jeremy Taylor and Anton Le-Pirate put on their infamous rave, ‘Energy’ at the Westway Film Studios in London, an event that has since gone down in rave history. Quentin who now owns music and arts platform Openlab talks about those crazy days of summer 1989. (Attack
  • Tope Olufemi meets Pamcy, the Filipino who combines two of the best things in life: good food and sumptuous house music. (Mixmag)
  • Mathew Jonson on his “Freedom Engine Academy”, new projects, and what’s to come. (DJTechTools
  • Marketing music: livestreams, premieres and listening parties. (MusicAlly
  • Making change in diversity as a woman in music. (MBW
  • A year since Blackout Tuesday, has equality in music improved? (Guardian
  • Is The NFT market a new frontier for independent artists or just another tech bubble? (Okayplayer
  • Are NFTs going to revolutionise the music industry and give artists a creative new income stream? (MusicAlly
  • How Marshmello altered reality for his UEFA Champions League Final performance. (Billboard)
  • Marshmello talks about playing the Champions League final, his next album, and putting feuds to rest. (GQ
  • Label Of The Month: PTP (RA
  • Making Waves: LEON (iDJ
  • Renegade Riddims: Kathryn Brenna (DT
  • EX.559: Spotlight on Asian artists (RA
  • Elkka spotlights warm club sounds made for special dancefloor moments. (DJMag)
  • Synchtank Summit takeaways: Exploding data volumes, tech solutions and the importance of collaboration. (Synchtank)
  • The life and times of Robert Moog, the pioneer who changed music forever. (FarOut
  • How will smart speakers change the way we listen, consume and share music? (AmplifyYou)
  • How Japenese technology shaped dance music. (Attack)  
  • Twitch’s VP Head of Music Tracy Chan on Twitch Music, helping artists monetise, and the creator economy. (Trapital)
  • Happy and hardcore: clubbing at the turn of the Millennium. (Face
  • Meet the MC: Amaarae (DJMag)
  • “This isn’t about sides”: Palestinian artists call for music world to support ‘basic human rights’ (Mixmag
  • Berlin house and disco label Toy Tonics is pushing a bumping, cosmic sound fuelled by collaboration and live instrumentation. (DJMag)
  • Women at the forefront of India’s underground music communities. (Fact)
  • 20 questions with Skream: On his new label, fatherhood and first hearing his music in a club — when he was 14 years old. (Billboard
  • Alison Wonderland on deactivating her social media: 'I never felt better after scrolling through Instagram' (Billboard
  • How club workers are feeling about the return of events. (DJMag
  • DJ Pete Tong and club king Nick McCabe are taking Pacha to new places. But their Formentera hotel is more blissed-out calm than hedonistic. (FT)
  • Renegade Riddims: M. O. B (DT
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this May. (DJMag)
  • My Studio: Rhode & Brown (Attack
  • EX.558 John Beltran (RA
  • Unclaimed royalties are a huge problem for the music business and the issues have become exacerbated as streaming micropayments become the dominant form of income from recordings and their underlying publishing rights. (Forbes - Eamonn Forde)
  • The music business is booming again, thanks to streaming—and musicians are fighting for a bigger, better piece of the pie. (Slate)
  • Why Ziúr makes music for outsiders. (RA
  • Not 'just about the music': How an artist's appearance disrupts our understanding of their art. (Mixmag
  • Pop, punk, techno and sex: LSDXOXO is now proud to be seen and heard. (Mixmag
  • Hannes Bieger: Mixing it up in Berlin (iDJ
  • Haseeb Iqbal: "DIY spaces are at the root of so many influential music scenes" (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with Afrojack: On Eurovision, his BFF David Guetta and why he wants you to email him. (Billboard)
  • EDM acts often hide their identity. For Asian American star Zhu, that’s always had two meanings. (LATimes
  • How Aloe Blacc is utilising NFTs to keep Avicii's legacy alive. (EDM
  • How the women behind Wakaan amplify female voices in a scene dominated by men. (EDM
  • Jordan Rakei, TSHA, Maribou State and Hodge share their tips for managing your mental health. (Mixmag
  • Brazil's Green Valley club is rebuilding to return better than ever. (DJMag
  • How China's club scenes adapted to return post lockdown. (DJMag
  • How North American clubs and festivals are approaching their return to the dancefloor. (DJMag)
  • Selections: CC:DISCO! (DJMag
  • On Cue: Leon Vynehall (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Fedi Minikin (DT
  • Getting to Know: LukHash (DT
  • How Decksaver turned a niche product into a club essential. (DJMag
  • How I Play: SAYTEK and Nadia Struiwigh explored live performances in a pandemic. (DJTechTools
  • Meet Nhạc Gãy, the collective leading Vietnam's new era of electronic music. (DJMag
  • The Art Of DJing: Colin Dale (RA
  • The music industry didn't catch onto the NFT craze until the last six months. Now major players hope to follow indies into the market, but the more stakeholders there are, the steeper the hurdles. (Variety)
  • Stanislav Tolkachev: I am real techno. (RA
  • Interview: Mau5trap's Morgin Madison. (Magnetic
  • Baby Weight is the Dolly Parton-loving DJ who's here to take tech-house back from the big room bros. (Mixmag
  • 100% India Jordan: the producer with forward-thinking, conceptual club bangers. (TheFace
  • 20 questions with Sasha: On quarantine in Ibiza and why some of his biggest projects aren't streaming. (Billboard
  • Richie Hawtin: "The potential of AI? Limitless" (Attack
  • Jaguar: Why I’m fighting for gender equality and representation in dance and electronic music. (Independent
  • Beyond Liverpool: Dance music's accountability problem. (Attack
  • Promoters in northern England are pushing for a more inclusive return to clubbing. (DJMag)  
  • How could a return to clubs and festivals work in a post-pandemic society? (DJMag
  • Label of the Month: Bosh (iDJ
  • The 15 best techno tracks of April 2021. (Magnetic
  • April's Best Music. (RA
  • Recognise: Mani Festo (DJMag
  • Selections: Mitekiss (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Kleu (DT
  • How It Was Made: Jaden Thompson - Closer (Magnetic
  • An On Bast: modular magic (DJMag
  • How Coil’s ‘Love’s Secret Domain’ reshaped industrial music for the dancefloor. (DJMag
  • A new show at the V&A Dundee looks at how club design around the world has evolved to reflect the ever-changing music we've danced to over the decades. (BBC)
  • TikTok is an emerging artist’s best friend. (IO)
  • "So much bigger than trance": Jeffery Sutorius on mental health and post-Dash Berlin future. (EDM
  • Escapist metaphors: BABii’s fantasy storytelling reflects the darkness and light of reality. (Mixmag
  • Afrojack talks about his track with David Guetta, upcoming Eurovision performance, and more. (EDMTunes
  • How Afrojack's new song with David Guetta could revitalise the lost art of progressive rave music. (EDM
  • Interview: John Digweed (Attack
  • Pioneering DJ Laurent Garnier on documentary about his life and evolution of dance music. (Variety
  • Porter Robinson talks Madeon, Jon Hopkins and other artists he picked to play his 2021 Second Sky festival. (Billboard
  • The fight for the future of Irish clubbing is creating real change. (DJMag
  • How we can work towards safer clubbing in London. (RA
  • How can clubs become more accessible for those with disabilities? (DJMag
  • In the pandemic, nightclubs have been turned into exhibition spaces, switching the craze for museums evoking clubs. It’s throwing fresh perspective on what dancing is even for. (Guardian)
  • Review: Circus, Liverpool - The UK's first club night back was an ecstatic reminder of pre-pandemic life. (Mixmag)
  • Yousef talks about throwing the first club night in the UK for over a year. (Mixmag
  • Behind the scenes at the UK Government's first Covid trial club event at Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool. Run by Yousef's Circus Recordings, it featured Jayda GThe Blessed Madonna and more. [video] (DJMagLiverpoolEcho)
  • From leftfield house to the GRAMMYs: Jayda G is taking her sound to another level. (Mixmag
  • Understanding equitable remuneration and music streaming. (MusicAlly - Gregor Pryor and Nick Breen, Reed Smith) 
  • The revolution will be digitized: How RAC is using NFTs to empower artists. (Billboard
  • RIP Pierce Fulton: A magically creative musician lost too soon. (Magnetic
  • Months after her arrest made global headlines, Sama' Abdulhadi is still pushing Palestinian techno. (Billboard
  • Renegade Riddims: Electra (DT
  • Selections: Eomac (DJMag
  • Hardcore revivalists, stadium ambient, Amapiano's takeover, and the cult of Eatbrain: April's music columns. (DJMag
  • Brain chips and biometrics: The future of how we’ll consume music. (Vice)
  • Sync music is bouncing back in 2021 — but what are the emerging trends? (DMN)
  • The life cycle of a music publishing copyright. (Sentric)
  • The pandemic has changed the way we think about the future. Ed Power speaks to climate experts, musicians and campaigners on how the music industry is joining the fight to save Planet Earth. (Independent
  • How Tiësto's 'In My Memory' crowned a dance music superstar 20 years ago. (GRAMMY
  • ​Underground House Syria: Meet the duo building a house music community against all odds. (Mixmag
  • Emeka Ogboh recently found himself at the centre of the electronic music world, with a captivating album on Berghain's A-TON label. Richard Akingbehin hears his story. (RA
  • In Conversation: Nastia (Magnetic
  • Riri Hylton dials up the queen of 45s in Bahia, Brazil, to discuss recent new beginnings and her intuitive approach to DJing. (RA
  • "Turn hurt into art": How music creation has helped Elohim navigate her mental health journey. (EDM
  • EX.554 Jacques Greene - Talking the tenth anniversary of "Another Girl" and NFT music releases. (RA
  • Kučka on her debut album Wrestling, the electronic music ‘dudefest’ and turning down BTS. (Guardian
  • Folamour is on a journey to house music perfection. (Mixmag
  • How Gareth Emery channeled his live show into NFTs. (IQ
  • Nora En Pure chats about her first NFT, melodic dance music’s rise, and channeling landscapes into soundscapes. (GRAMMY
  • How Porter Robinson found "the confidence I used to have" to finish his long-awaited second album. (Billboard
  • Soulwax: "We hope a new generation wipes out business techno" (Mixmag
  • The rise of street-hop, Lagos’ evolving dance sound. (DJMag
  • With mass events on the horizon, nightclubs are getting ready to welcome ravers again. But is there such a thing as a Covid-safe crowd – and will it be as fun? (Guardian)
  • Can DJs on Twitch replace clubs? It depends on who’s paying. (Vice
  • What Twitch means for dance music. (RA
  • Artist of the Month: Masters at Work (Beatportal)
  • Get to know: Liv.E (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 152: Moving Still (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Hardisty (DT
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this April. (DJMag
  • Billboard Dance Emerging Artists April 2021 (Billboard
  • Selections: Lyra Pramuk (DJMag
  • Seb Zito: Stepping into the future (iDJ
  • EX.553 Nat Maddix - The House Gospel Choir founder speaks to Heléna Star. (RA
  • How Dublin Digital Radio created a home for Ireland's independent music scene. (DJMag
  • The music streaming debate: what the artists, songwriters and industry insiders say. 25 figures from the music world talk ahead of publication of a parliamentary report. (Guardian)
  • 15 years of Spotify: How the streaming giant has changed and reinvented the music industry. (Variety)
  • The long tail of Aphex Twin’s ‘Avril 14th’. (NYTimes
  • What is BitClout and why are electronic music artists flocking in droves? (EDM
  • Meet Elvira, the Swedish producer behind those Taylor Swift dance remixes. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with piano house star LP Giobbi: 'The dance community is about to come out and show up'. (Billboard
  • He declared his intention to go away for a while after pointed criticism of his second memoir. But now Moby is back with a new album - and a visceral documentary. (Guardian)
  • How Renegade's 'Terrorist' created a blueprint for jungle. (DJMag
  • The fall of the Bassnectar empire. (Noisey
  • Raves not war: How Shum is building a new future for war-torn eastern Ukraine. (Mixmag
  • As part of Beatportal’s new series on the history of electronic dance music, Marcus Barnes explores the rich history of techno, from the 1980s right through to today. (Beatportal)
  • A year in the life of NYC dance club Nowadays. (Pitchfork
  • Will clubbing return to Ibiza this summer? And if so, in what form? (RA
  • From owners to DJs, the UK industry is concerned hygiene rules and changing tastes will silence dance floors. (FT)
  • How New Zealand beat COVID and got back to raving. (Mixmag
  • Roaring 20s: Why club culture could surge this decade. (Mixmag
  • Label of the Month: SCI+TEC (beatportal
  • The 15 best techno tracks of March 2021. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best house tracks of March 2021. (Magnetic
  • Tunes of the month | April (IbizaSpotlight
  • Selections: Lawrence English (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Solaris (DT
  • Recognise: Ariel Zetina (DJMag
  • Tobacco Dock Virtual is taking virtual raving to another dimension. (Mixmag
  • Once seen as purely hedonistic, techno is now emerging as the sound of anti-authoritarian sentiment. (FT)
  • Sam Feldt on the launch of Fangage 2.0, collaborating with Kesha, and more. (EDM
  • How Eli Brown channels the underground music scene with Factory 93. (EDM
  • India Jordan: in constant motion (DJMag
  • Taking Stock: Going deep with Paul Woolford. (Attack
  • An unabashed love letter to raving: How Katy B’s On a Mission bridged club culture and pop. (Independent)
  • What happened to tech house? (RA
  • British house music label Defected has connected with bigger audiences during a dire year for dance. (FT)
  • ‘It’s about breaking down the taboos’: How the music industry woke up to mental health. (Independent)
  • Interview with Ralph Moore, Music Director of Mixmag and Director of Acetate Management, an artist management company that focuses on electronic music artists. (MJI)
  • Blockchain technology makes non-fungible tokens unique, but uncertainty surrounds how the rights and ownership of songwriters, producers and session musicians apply in sales. (Guardian)
  • NFTs are hot, but patchwork of laws, rules needs watching. (Bloomberg)
  • Album Walkthrough: Shiken Hanzo ‘Fate Worlds’. (DT)
  • Get acquainted with West London DJ and radio host, Ellie Prohan. (DJMag)
  • The week's best new dance tracks from Jungle, Zhu, Elkka, Floating Points & more. (Billboard)
  • Purple Disco Machine selects the tracks that shaped his love of club culture. (beatportal)
  • Jacques Greene picks 10 must-hear cuts from legendary disco label, Unidisc. (beatportal)
  • A look at the artists, tracks, and labels that dominated Beatport's tech house genre’s sales and streaming charts over the past six months. (beatportal)
  • What are NFTs and why should electronic music care? (DJMag
  • "Like a journey back in time": Claptone on reimagining a Unidisc classic to celebrate the evolution of dance music. (EDM
  • How music has helped certain industries grow. (TME)
  • The Sound of: Planet Euphorique (DJMag
  • How I Play (at home): Møme (DJTechTools
  • Renegade Riddims: VovKING (DT
  • Fresh Kicks 150: Byron Yeates (DJMag
  • Introducing: Anfisa Letyago (beatportal
  • Selections: Mr. Mitch (DJMag
  • Get to know: Kassian (DJMag
  • In conversation with: My Nu Leng (DT
  • EX.550 Ifeoluwa. The Intervention founder shares their story. (RA
  • A list of 138 digital tools for music promotion. (Amber Horsburgh)
  • Summer of Love ‘21? How London’s clubs are preparing for the return of the Big Night Out. (Standard)
  • Music and club culture is the only good thing the UK has going for it. If we don’t value it now, we’ll lose it forever. (Vice)
  • How T2’s ‘Heartbroken’ brought bassline to new heights. (DJMag)
  • United At Home: How David Guetta live streams raised millions. (IQ
  • Beatport’s definitive guide to techno. (beatportal
  • Floyd Lavine’s new Afrikan Tales label is “a Place of Afro-Futurism”. (beatportal
  • The Secret DJ: ‘Daft Punk are not dead. Long live Daft Punk.’. (PRS M magazine)
  • Mark Wilkinson: Problem Kid no more. (iDJ
  • Polish producer & DJ Blazej Malinowski chats about his new hypnotic EP and launch of his label Inner Tension. (Magnetic
  • How Twitch transformed Gabriel & Dresden's career. (Billboard
  • "It’s time for nightlife’s rebirth": ABSOLUTE. is causing a scene. (Mixmag
  • Imanbek on how his improbable Grammy win has made him 'The Son of Kazakhstan'. (Billboard
  • Jungle: “Sampling brings more warmth and depth than digital music can offer” (Mixmag)
  • 20 questions with Blond:Ish: The producer on crypto, digital detox and when John Legend made her cry. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Steve Aoki: Daft Punk's influence, experimentation and why Elon Musk is his dream collaborator. (Billboard
  • State of Play: the in-game concert boom. (DJMag
  • Meet the women of Beatport: Part two. (beatportal
  • SOS Music highlights five essential female-founded labels. (beatportal
  • Charlie Tee: “Everyone involved in dance music has a responsibility to support women” (Mixmag
  • Joe Conyers III, Crypto.com's head of NFTs, on the "world-building" intersection of digital art and music. (EDM.com
  • Musicians turn to NFTs to make up for lost revenue. (WSJ
  • The best DJ mixes of the year 2021 so far: February (Mixmag
  • Beatport HYPE: Kuukou Records (beatportal)
  • How to start a record label. (RA
  • On the road with... Fat Tony (Metro)
  • My Studio: Quenum (Attack
  • Selections: ZULI (DJMag
  • Get to know: Jyoty (DJMag
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this March. (DJMag
  • In Conversation with Sydney Blu. (DT
  • EX.549 He.She.They - Utopian raving with the rising party promoters. (RA
  • The beginner’s guide to: chillout (MusicRadar
  • Music publishing executives discuss how their marketing and playlist strategies are shifting and where the potential lies in the relationship between publishers and DSPs. (Synchtank)
  • 7 foundation.fm DJs and collectives on the women and non-binary artists who inspire them. (Mixmag
  • Carl Craig and the quality of sound. (Attack
  • Jaguar: UK radio’s next gen champion (DJMag
  • 10 ways that Daft Punk's 'Discovery' predicted pop music's future, as explained by fellow artists. (Billboard)
  • How Silicone Soul's 'Right On' became a cult Ibiza anthem. (DJMag
  • From Voder To OVox: A history of vocal synthesis. (Attack
  • From Chicago footwork to Bucharest minimalism, these cities’ electronic music scenes have changed the way we move. (TimeOut
  • Our digitised world hasn’t just changed how we listen to music. It changed the music itself. (NYTimes)
  • Producer Spotlight: Anastasia Kristensen is exploring new worlds in her productions. (beatportal
  • Faithless: "Letting venues and festivals collapse would be utterly appalling​" (Mixmag
  • Refusing to follow trends, NYC’s Jubilee has won success exactly where it counts. (beatportal
  • The next generation of dubstep producers are diverse, inclusive, and pushing boundaries. (beatportal
  • After years of slogging through DJ sets and obsessional exercise, the London producer Joel Corry had one of 2020’s biggest and best pop hits. But his brutal work ethic is ‘a gift and a curse’. (Guardian)
  • GET Protocol's Olivier Biggs cuts through the NFT hype to outline how the live business can harness non-fungible tokens. (IQ
  • NFTs: crypto grifters try to scam artists, again (DavidGerard
  • 'There’s a panic-stricken gold rush at the moment’: What do NFTs mean for the music making industry? (AMI - Mark Sutherland) 
  • With NFTs, musicians see a way to finally take control. (Vice
  • The NFT market is just getting started, but where is it headed? (TechCrunch)
  • The 15 best tech house tracks of February 2021. (Magnetic)  
  • The best tracks of the year 2021 so far: February (Mixmag
  • The best albums and EPs of the year 2021 so far: February (Mixmag
  • 10 YouTube channels for new producers. (DJMag
  • Making Waves: Halina Rice (iDJ
  • On Our Radar: March 2021 (beatportal
  • Selections: Louisahhh (DJMag
  • Artist of the Month: Nicole Moudaber is a resilient techno force. (beatportal
  • The Art Of Production: Jam City (RA
  • Taking Time: Mr. Mitch (RA
  • Evolution & Iteration: Behind the scenes at Native Instruments. (Attack
  • Inside the ‘Black Market’ where artists can pay for millions of streams. (RollingStone
  • The idea of musicality in modern dance music. (electronicbeats
  • How independent radio has thrived in the pandemic. (DJMag
  • Why did Daft Punk split up? Mixmag examines the clues. (Mixmag
  • Harlecore vividly renders Danny L Harle's experience of rave euphoria. (Mixmag
  • DJ Earl's five favourite footwork dancers. (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with Nicole Moudaber: The techno legend on the causes most important to her. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Danny Tenaglia: The dance legend on Paradise Garage, turning 60 & life off the road. (Billboard
  • Amal is making dance music you can reach out and touch. (WashingtonPost
  • Prospa: Leeds duo to soundtrack this summer’s hopeful return to raving. (NME
  • Black Coffee: "I'm carrying so many young hearts with me who are dreaming of doing what I do” (Mixmag
  • Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons’s musical collaborator, Richie Hawtin (under his alias Plastikman), weighs in on soundtracking their first fashion runway shows. (Vogue
  • Remembering Angel Moraes, the influential Brooklyn house DJ with a selfless spirit. (DJMag
  • Jamz Supernova: a shining star of British radio. (DJMag
  • Why International Women's Day is important to me: Aluna, Tokimonsta and more. (EDM.com
  • Underplayed's director Stacey Lee on dance music's continued gender reckoning: 'We women all shoulder this imposter syndrome'. (Billboard
  • Why representation still matters for minorities in dance music. (beatportal
  • "I'd be disappointed if we went 100% back to normal": How the Dutch dance music scene intends to reform upon reopening. (Attack
  • How Monstercat's gaming partnerships have helped its acts thrive through the pandemic. (Billboard
  • Producer Jacques Greene interviewed about his NFT experiment with a single track. (LuckyMe)
  • Steve Aoki on the future of digital art: "NFTs are a juggernaut that cannot be stopped" (EDM.com
  • What is an NFT, and how could it help the music industry? A guide. (Mixmag
  • Will NFTs finally fulfil the blockchain promise to music? (Forbes)
  • Label of the Month: Hospital Records (beatportal
  • Label of the month: Superlux Records (iDJ
  • Compilation of the Month: Carousel Records ‘8 years of Cakeshop’ (DJMag)
  • Tunes of the Month - February. (IbizaSpotlight
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of February 2021. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best bass music tracks of February 2021. (Magnetic
  • 48 of the best 90s techno mixes you can listen to online. (Mixmag)
  • Recognise: Yazzus (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Speaker Louis (DT)
  • Selections: Jossy Mitsu (DJMag
  • King Britt's Blacktronika celebrates Black innovators in electronic music (DJMag
  • EX.547 Critics Roundtable (RA
  • Rian Treanor: the producer hacking a smarter, kinder future for music. (Guardian
  • The Bug and Dis Fig on Mutant Dub, sound system culture, and ‘In Blue’. (ElectronicBeats
  • Seth Troxler on his Detroit DJ education and the rich Black History, plus the future of dance music. (Grammy
  • Calibre: "The younger generation just hear music, they don't hear the genre so much" (Mixmag
  • The world according to SG Lewis: Disco, Dance and Ecstasy. (EDM.com
  • Sound Advice- a new handbook for aspiring musicians by journalist Rhian Jones and PhD researcher Lucy Heyman, is a surprisingly frank account of the pitfalls of working in music, with insights on mental health, substance abuse, body image and social media. (BBC)
  • Problems with songwriting splits are growing at a time when music-copyright ownership is more desirable than ever. (WSJ) The University of Southern California’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, which studies issues around diversity in entertainment, has flagged splits as an important area for overhaul in the music business — and suggested that unfair splits could disproportionately affect women in the industry.
  • Decolonizing electronic music starts with its software. (Pitchfork
  • How Pandora won its royalty battle but lost the war to Spotify. (Vice) Pandora found a brilliant loophole win its fight with the recording industry, but it tied the company's future into a knot.
  • How subscription platforms have become revenue-generating, real-time fan clubs. (Billboard
  • How history, wealth and nepotism determine access in South Africa’s segregated dance music industry. (Dweller
  • Seeing sound: The audio-visual artists driving creative innovation in club culture. (DJMag
  • Will rapid testing really save UK nightlife? Mixmag investigates. (Mixmag
  • Nightclubs eye June reopening in the UK but can they survive? (BBC)
  • Nifty Gateway founders on why musicians should embrace digital art: "EDM artists are just the perfect fit for NFTs" (EDM.com)  
  • If you haven’t followed NFTs, here’s why you should start. (TechCrunch)
  • NFTs, explained (Verge
  • Renegade Riddims: SIREN (DA
  • Dance Floor Epiphanies. (RA
  • Selections: Om Unit (DJMag
  • Introducing: VNSSA, the Beatport Next star who’s on the rise. (beatportal
  • Billboard Dance emerging artists February 2021. (Billboard
  • Jägermeister Presents: The Meister Series - LWE [watch] (JagerUK
  • With the music IP market booming, seven reasons why artists are selling their songs now. (Variety)
  • How making music is changing lives in UK prisons. (DJMag
  • State of Play: FUSER, the new DJ video game from the makers of Guitar Hero. (DJMag
  • The future of massive interactive live events for music. (MusicX)
  • The Verge chatted with Daniel Ek about the tension between launching Spotify’s own exclusive shows while also trying to sell ads, as well as how Spotify might help creators monetise.
  • Erol Alkan: “Running a club or a label was never a dream of mine” (Mixmag
  • Charlotte Toney on the Black Junglist Alliance: 8 months on. (DT
  • How Bicep wound up on top. (RA
  • "A form of therapy": Logic1000 and the healing power of dance music. (Mixmag
  • The 20 best Daft Punk songs. (Billboard
  • 9 things you probably didn’t know about Daft Punk. (DJMag
  • Why Daft Punk put on the robot masks: ‘It would not be enjoyable for humanity to see our features’ (Telegraph
  • When Daft Punk went to Wee Waa: an ode to the strangest album launch of all time. (Guardian
  • Daft Punk: always moving, always innovating, always brilliant. (DJMag
  • Daft Punk brought humanity to dance music. (Telegraph)
  • Daft Punk talks Kanye West, Coachella and that wild Pyramid Stage in unpublished interview. (Variety
  • Why Daft Punk was the most influential electronic act of its time. (Billboard
  • Daft Punk were the most influential pop musicians of the 21st century. (Guardian
  • Daft Punk’s retirement closes the book on an era of electronic music. (GQ
  • The 15 best tech-house tracks of January 2021. (Magnetic
  • The best DJ mixes of the year 2021 so far January. (Mixmag
  • Renegade Riddims: Mizeyesis (DT
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this February. (DJMag
  • Artist Tips: Jack Wyllie (Szun Waves / Portico Quartet) (XLR8R
  • Music at Home: Moscoman. (beatportal
  • Nightclubbing: The age of 1990s rave that found a natural home in Scotland. (Scotsman
  • Record label, events brand and DJ agency PIV have responded to lockdown by switching things up. Label boss Prunk reveals all… (iDJ
  • 'Sisters with transistors': Pioneers of electronic music. (NPR
  • Tracking genre diversity and fluidity in the Billboard charts. (Water&Music)
  • A look at Bandcamp’s new crowd-sourced record pressing operation, and the implications of it and their business model on independent music. (ISM)
  • How Monki made all her teenage dreams come true. (RedBull
  • quest?onmarc: I'm not just that ballroom girl. (RA
  • Mala: positive vibrations (DJMag
  • Seth Troxler and Harvard professor Dr. Cornel West discuss the origins of house and techno. [video] (beatport
  • Why Brexit won’t ‘destroy touring’ for DJs and electronic musicians. (Mixmag
  • Massive Attack, talks about the power and danger of nostalgia as well as his work collaborating with Adam Curtis. (Guardian)
  • How J Dilla distilled Detroit techno on 'Welcome 2 Detroit' track, 'B.B.E.'. (DJMag
  • 20 questions with Rezz: New single, the influence of Deadmau5 and her personal Twitter account. (Billboard
  • Bicep muscles its way to the forefront of the dance world (and beyond). (Billboard
  • Sef Kombo and Kitty Amor are leading the UK's afro house movement. (Mixmag
  • Artist of the Month: Seth Troxler is starting over, and building his legacy. (beatportal
  • How Aluna found her renaissance in dance music’s queer Black history. (Vogue
  • Flux Pavilion talks .wav and his newfound freedom ‘from whatever Flux had been in the past’. (DA
  • Black Coffee: “I’m proud to say I’m a student of pretty much everything” (beatportal
  • Label of the Month: Repopulate Mars. (beatportal
  • The 15 best bass music tracks of January 2021. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best house tracks of January 2021. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best techno tracks of January 2021. (Magnetic)  
  • The best tracks of the year 2021 so far January. (Mixmag
  • The best albums of the year 2021 so far January. (Mixmag
  • Recognise: Suzi Analogue (DJMag
  • The Sound of: Western Lore (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Gully B (DT
  • Breaking Through: Anz (RA
  • EDM.com's Class of 2021 
  • Selections: EQ Why (DJMag
  • "Tripping revived me": Students are using LSD and magic mushrooms to get through lockdown. (Mixmag
  • NAMM 2021: Highlights from the virtual event. (Magnetic
  • The complete history of C&C Music Factory and early '90s house. (Ringer)  
  • Motor Bass: how car culture influences electronic music. (DJMag
  • Major EDM record label Monstercat has highlighted how non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, can be a successful new revenue stream for artists and the music industry, generating $180,000 in the first two minutes of an NFT collection release. (CoinTelegraph
  • Dean Muhsin from Electronic music PR agency Dispersion PR gives advice on how to market electronic music. [video] (Magnetic
  • "Experiment and develop": Korzi's soundsystem-inspired music accepts no limits. (Mixmag
  • Kamixlo wears his heart on his sleeve. (Mixmag
  • Jaymie Silk: “To say that art is apolitical is a lie” (beatportal
  • Saturday Night Session 044: Thomas Gold highlights the production journey and puts aspiring producers through bootcamp in upcoming reality show. (DA
  • Tchami talks about the creation of his Year Zero album, running around Paris with DJ Snake, Mercer & Malaa as teenagers, turntablism and inspiration from DJ Mehdi, running the Confessions label, future house, breaking into the US, and working with Lady Gaga. [video] (BackToBackwithWillyJoy
  • Madlib: "If I didn't do magic mushrooms, I’d probably just be doing hip hop” (Mixmag
  • Armin Van Buuren, Ruben De Ronde, and Ferry Corsten reflect on landmark A State Of Trance 1000 episode. (EDM.com
  • How the tables turn: are DJs real musicians? (Guardian
  • How do DJs survive a pandemic? We asked house legend John Digweed. (InsideHook
  • Annabel Ross continues her investigation into Derrick May's alleged sexual harassment and sexual assaults. (RA
  • Honour the birth of house music with 10 influential Black artists from Chicago. (EDM.com
  • SOPHIE's 13 best songs, productions & features. (Billboard
  • Listen to SOPHIE’s brightest musical moments. (TheFace
  • Remembering SOPHIE, the once-in-a-generation artist who changed pop music forever. (TheFortyFive
  • SOPHIE Transcended Everything. (Vulture
  • Vince Staples remembers SOPHIE: ‘She was never afraid’ (RollingStone
  • SOPHIE's triumphantly plastic music moulded a new world for trans people. (Guardian)
  • Remembering SOPHIE’s radical futurism. (Pitchfork
  • SOPHIE showed us the future. (Ringer
  • SOPHIE is gone, and it’s okay to cry. (RollingStone
  • SOPHIE: An icon who made music a more fearless place. (Mixmag
  • Introducing: Marsh (beatportal
  • Selections: Dobbs (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Katalyst (DT
  • The 30 best songs about cocaine. (Mixmag
  • Meet River Moon, South Africa’s loveable agent of chaos. (electronicbeats
  • Gearbox Records - redefines what it means to be a vinyl junkie. (Magnetic
  • Block 9: meet the pioneers tipped to take Glastonbury 2021 to cyberspace. (Telegraph)
  • What will Brexit really mean for touring UK and EU artists? (DJMag
  • Will music festivals actually happen this year? (Mixmag
  • The current state of independent music publishing globally. (Synchtank)
  • Meet the Latin American labels who are “de-berlinizing” experimental electronic music. (bandcamp
  • Grand Theft Auto is changing how we discover music. (beatportal
  • The evolution of music in video games. (electronicbeats
  • DJ Mag: diversity & equality report Q4 2020  
  • Re-record: Celebrating 120 Black artists in electronic music. (RA
  • Brian Eno has had a pretty good quarantine. (LATimes
  • 20 questions with The Magician: On his 100th mixtape & what he'd do if magic potion were real. (Billboard
  • Bicep capture the emotional spirit of rave. (Mixmag)  
  • Bicep: From Belfast bloggers to international dance music stars. (bandcamp
  • Dance duo Bicep, aka Matthew McBriar and Andrew Ferguson, look back at their teenage clubbing roots, and forward to the future of dance music. (TheIrishTimes
  • For decades, the producer and rapper Madlib had no interest in synthesizing his disparate works into a single statement. So the electronic music producer Four Tet took matters into his own hands. (NYTimes
  • Flux Pavilion on how antidepressants helped his new album: 'I could see, hear and feel more clearly' (Billboard
  • Execs are scooping up the beats behind hits — sometimes without singers’ knowledge. Some see the practice as shrewd business, but others say the murky ethics can turn a breakthrough into “a nightmare”. (RollingStone)
  • How safe is the music industry for women? A new BBC Three documentary investigates how the music industry deals with assault allegations. (BBC - Tamanna Rahman) Music's Dirty Secret: Women Fight Back is available on iPlayer.
  • Ten of the best remixes (Guardian)
  • My Toolbox: Tchami (Magnetic
  • In Session: DJ IC (Mixmag
  • On Our Radar: January 2021 (beatportal
  • Renegade Riddims: Hadley (DT
  • The Sound Of: More Time (DJMag
  • DJ Mag's labels to watch in 2021. (DJMag
  • Meet 10 of the best underground drum & bass acts in Asia. (beatportal
  • On the road with... Berlin-based techno DJ and producer Tassilo Ippenberger. (Metro)
  • Get to know Brazilian DJ & Producer Bhaskar (Magnetic
  • Artist of the Month: Spain’s Fatima Hajji has become one of techno’s leading lights. (beatportal
  • How it was made: Jubel - Weekend Vibe (Magnetic
  • Major services pay musicians as little as £0.004 per stream, a rate it’s impossible to live on. What other options are there? (Guardian)
  • OS Community are the London party collective empowering disadvantaged people. (Mixmag
  • TikTok has created an ecosystem that both new music and back catalogues can thrive in. (Synchtank)
  • Leonce’s 'Multiplexing' is the big room techno track to build anticipation. (electronicbeats
  • Perspectives from the Scene: Thierry 'TT' Namer of Lausanne's Folklor club (RA
  • The UK’s new generation of club producers is at the vanguard of dance music. (beatportal
  • Defected Records helping to keep the party going under lockdown. The Drum talks to head of digital marketing Tom Coxhead.
  • Block 9: meet the pioneers tipped to take Glastonbury 2021 to cyberspace. (Telegraph)
  • "Everything just collapsed into everything": Australia's golden age of electronic music. (Mixmag
  • The obsessive beat-making of Madlib. (NewYorker
  • DJ Bus Replacement Service smashes all preconceptions of what a DJ should be. (Mixmag
  • UK funky isn’t back — it never left. (DJMag
  • Nastia in Conversation: "Why I gave away my wax" [video] (Mixmag)
  • Bicep: ‘Seeing rich DJs playing big raves during a pandemic is absolutely disgusting’. (Independent)
  • Label of the Month: Shall Not Fade (beatportal
  • Fresh Kicks 147: KMRU (DJMag
  • Taking Time: Cosha. (RA
  • Renegade Riddims: Natty Lou (DT
  • On Our Radar: January 2021 (beatportal
  • DJ Mag's artists to watch in 2021. 
  • EX.540 Roska - A conversation with a pillar of UK funky. (RA
  • The absence of gigs last year has given new albums a longer shelf life in the attention-deficit age of streaming. (Guardian)
  • Music publishers are splurging hundreds of millions buying up back catalogues, but it’s a shortsighted strategy. (Observer)
  • Meet three labels changing the sound of electronic music in Thailand. (Bandcamp
  • Totems of rave: How Vinca Petersen documented the European free party movement. (Mixmag
  • How Minsk's club community thrives amid anti-government protests. (RA
  • Video games have replaced music as the most important aspect of youth culture. (Guardian
  • The dancefloor as the new religious congregation. (electronicbeats
  • Jenifa Mayanja: Moving people forward (RA
  • Making house music anthems helped Channel Tres learn self-love. (Mixmag
  • Zora Jones is leading dance music into virtual reality. (Mixmag
  • Rebekah: the techno DJ fighting sexual abuse in dance music. (Guardian
  • 17 of the most-anticipated albums of 2021: Skrillex, SG Lewis, Porter Robinson, and more. (DA
  • Hot new tracks for January (IbizaSpotlight
  • Introducing: Verraco (beatportal
  • Making Waves: Rudosa (iDJ
  • Renegade Riddims: Dopplershift (DT
  • Aiyush Pachnanda spent three years photographing Cardiff's drum 'n' bass scene. (Mixmag)
  • The oral history of Haçienda, one of history's most notorious nightclubs. (Vice
  • The Incorporated Society Of Musicians has released a handy guide to the new regulations for various countries in Europe, including what notifications must be made, whether or not visas have to be acquired, permits and more. Download here
  • Exploring the influence of social media on electronic music in the past decade. (electronicbeats
  • Dance like nobody’s watching: Why GTA’s virtual clubs have saved dance fans. (beatportal
  • Crying on the dancefloor: How dance music got emotional in 2020. (Independent
  • For DJs, New Year’s Eve usually means a fat paycheck. This year, it meant isolation and fear. (LATimes
  • Octo Octa and Eris Drew: "The future of music is manifesting in bedrooms all over the world". (MusicRadar
  • James Blake: “People couldn’t care less if you’re mysterious now” (Mixmag
  • Bicep are on an island all their own. (beatportal)
  • Carl Cox: "It's irresponsible to be partying during the pandemic" (Mixmag
  • Virtual concerts aren't a passing fad – we're at the dawn of a massive shift in entertainment consumption, and it's time to get on board, says Roblox’s Jon Vlassopulos. (IQ)
  • Despite clubs being closed for much of the year, disco-influenced music ruled 2020. The artists and producers of some of the year’s biggest dance records talk about what the music meant to them. (Ringer
  • Year in review: How will dance music survive in 2021? (electronicbeats
  • The 15 best house tracks of 2020. (Magnetic)
  • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of 2020. (Magnetic
  • Our favourite releases of 2020 (XLR8R)  
  • The year of no gigs. (Mixmag
  • 2020's best mixes (RA)
  • 2020's best albums (RA)
  • 2020's best tracks (RA
  • The best DJ mixes of the year 2020 (Mixmag
  • The top 20 records of 2020 (electronicbeats)  
  • 2020: a year in dance music (DJMag
  • Fresh Kicks 146: Martyn Bootyspoon (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Paul HG (DT
  • Selections: High Contrast (DJMag
  • How Inner City's new music video honoured Detroit's techno history and current protests. (Billboard
  • Why you should be excited about Bristol's music scene. (Mixmag
  • The pandemic has started a resurgence in underground raving. (Times)
  • Planning for the Future: a government proposal threatening clubs across England. (DJMag)
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2021: ALRT (DA
  • Dancing Astronaut’s 2020 Artist of the Year: Lane 8 (DA
  • EX.537 Year In Review 2020 (RA
  • EDM.com's Best of 2020: Performances 
  • EDM.com's Best of 2020: Industry Leaders 
  • 20 stories that defined EDM in 2020. (EDM.com
  • Behind the Beat: Staff Picks 2020 (beatportal
  • The best tracks of the year 2020 (Mixmag
  • Pennywild on merging dance, tech and music with the Penny Pad. (Magnetic
  • A Man Called Adam: Talking 'Love Forgotten' and more with Sally Rodgers (iDJ
  • Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis says "We're doing everything we can on our end to plan and prepare, but I think we're still quite a long way from being able to say we're confident 2021 will go ahead." (BBC)
  • Kerri Chandler talks about his Beatport Twitch Residency. (beatportal
  • Anabel Englund found herself via her debut album, but she's already evolved beyond it. (Billboard
  • Ida Engberg: "The dancefloor must be made safe for women" (Mixmag)
  • Ninajirachi & Kota Banks talk the 'different energy' of producing with a fellow female. (Billboard
  • Disciples on their Ministry of Sound debut, "I Got You" hotline, and more. (EDM.com
  • SHERELLE: force of nature. (DJMag
  • Jaguar: “This year has shown that there’s strength in unity” (beatportal
  • 20 questions with Chris Lake & Armand Van Helden. (Billboard
  • Kölsch: "I truly believe social media has saved electronic music" (Mixmag
  • The Peggy Gou backlash exposes dance music misogyny. (Clash
  • How Butterz changed the blueprint for independent UK labels. (DJMag
  • Robert Hood thinks techno is losing its soul. (beatportal
  • Label of the month: EI8HT (iDJ
  • Artist of the Month: Even in lockdown, the legend of Carl Cox grows. (beatportal
  • On Cue: Jana Rush (DJMag
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this December (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: LUNAR (DT
  • The Sound Of: Private Persons (DJMag
  • How it was made: Shaded - Holla Atcha Boy (Magnetic
  • The secret shame of Spotify Wrapped. (Refinery29)
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2021: John Summit (DA
  • Dancing Astronaut’s 2020 Label of the Year: Anjuna (DA
  • 2020 was the year of dancing by ourselves. (NPR
  • Producer Sessions 023: Boogie T lights up the groove on collaborative Joint Force EP. (DA
  • Ready for rebirth: FAUZIA is leaving the club behind. (Mixmag
  • Acts of Rebellion: an Ela Minus interview (Magnetic
  • 20 questions with Timmy Trumpet: Australian producer on his new album & the best trumpet solo of all time. (Billboard
  • Angie Brown: Reaching 'Higher' than ever (iDJ
  • How artists are trying to break through in a streaming world without gigs. (Bloomberg)
  • Beginner’s Guide: the mixdown. (DJMag
  • Mike Paradinas on Planet Mu’s past, present, and future. (electronicbeats
  • The Brooklyn-based DJ Avalon Emerson is making dance music for the desert. (Interview
  • The MOBO Awards need dance and electronic music categories. (Mixmag
  • beatportal's 50 best tracks of 2020 
  • Music-streaming subscriptions contribute $8.5bn a year to the record business — but the biggest future growth may lie in social media, gaming, livestreaming, and fitness. (RollingStone)
  • Bradley Thompson, managing director of venue lab Broadwick Live reveals the impact of the pandemic on its business. (Vice)
  • Kristen Knight: “It is so important for women to come forward” (Mixmag
  • Earlier this year, Erick Morillo was arrested and charged with sexual battery. Kristen Knight, the woman who brought the charges against him, has decided to speak out, bravely waving her right to anonymity. In this interview with Ellie Flynn, she shares her experiences in the hope it will create a safer space for survivors of sexual assault to come forward. (DJMag
  • Label of the Month: Glasgow Underground (beatportal
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of November 2020. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best house tracks of November 2020. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best techno tracks of November 2020. (Magnetic
  • Hot new tracks for December. (IbizaSpotlight
  • Selections: Boxia (DJMag
  • Six By Six: Eddie Amador. (iDJ
  • On Cue: Tim Reaper (DJMag
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2021: REAPER (DA
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Breakout Artist of 2020: Moore Kismet (DA
  • “Metadata is a love note to the future” – Five takeaways from DDEX’s second Creator Credit Summit. (Synchtank - Emmanuel Legrand)
  • In Conversation with Nico Perez (CEO of Mixcloud) (DT
  • The Newsfloor: Valerie Lee talks to AFEM. [video] (LostResort
  • At home with: Amp Fiddler (DJMag
  • Making Waves: boiish (iDJ
  • Tomorrow you start again: Octo Octa and Eris Drew confront ephemerality. (electronicbeats
  • Ibiza clubbing and COVID-19: how the White Isle has adapted during the pandemic. (DJMag
  • One year, two children and a global pandemic later, Anna Lunoe is back. (EDM.com
  • The remix album defined 2020 — And gave dance music a social bubble. (electronicbeats
  • How DJ David Guetta is shaping the future of electronic dance music. (Forbes
  • Label of the month: Champion Records (iDJ
  • Rooted in Rhythm: A history of percussive techno through 10 essential records. (electronicbeats
  • 7 Things the 2021 Grammy nominations got right in the dance categories - And 3 things they got wrong. (Billboard
  • Selections: TYGAPAW (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Climpo (DT
  • Recognise: Jasmine Infiniti (DJMag
  • Introducing: TSHA (beatportal
  • Making Waves: Alex Mills (iDJ
  • Inside the UK’s illegal rave scene, flourishing in lockdown. (Dazed)
  • The curious case of Marc Rebillet: How "Loop Daddy" is making absurdity cool again. (EDM.com
  • How to get started DJing: How and what to play. (beatportal
  • Cyclo, the artist behind ATTLAS’ mesmerizing visuals, delineates his creative process. (DA
  • How the pandemic pushed Terraforma to the next level. (RA
  • "It all starts with a groove": How Shonky made ‘Cookie Monster’ (Mixmag
  • My culture fix: Goldie (Times)
  • 20 questions with Gryffin. (Billboard
  • Amuse CEO & co-founder Diego Farias on distribution without labels. (Magnetic
  • E-Saggila expands her industrial universe. (electronicbeats
  • Brother & sister duo Lastlings break down their darkly sophisticated debut LP track by track. (Billboard)
  • Krust: disrupting the pattern (DJMag
  • Benji B on Deviation’s early days and the overlap between club culture and the fashion world. (electronicbeats
  • Why trance works. (DJMag
  • Shygirl speaks about split personas, filthy diction and taking inspiration from Aphex Twin and Missy Elliott. (Mixmag
  • Race, representation, and reshaping festival culture. (beatportal
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this November. (DJMag
  • Selections: Rupture (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: Paleblu (DT)
  • Ibiza DJ focus | Anna Tur. (IbizaSpotlight
  • Marcel Vogel: Celebrating 10 years in hell. (iDJ
  • Ellen Allien shares, “a great DJ mixes the people into a dream.” (DJTechTools
  • Alex Banks on his new EP Tephra, being inspired by Canary Islands landscape, covid and more. (Magnetic
  • Juliana Huxtable: She's a computer, baby (RA
  • The overlooked environmental impacts of the music industry. (BoingBoing)
  • Swan Meat B2Beats DJH: Melodies for fallen angels. (ElectronicBeats
  • Moxie talks NTS memories, painting, and her most diverse compilation yet. (beatportal
  • Carl Cox in conversation: the late 80s and the thrill of vinyl | Mixmag x Ballantine's True Music [Video] (Mixmag
  • Patrice Scott on live streaming, new ep, Detroit and life during covid. (Magnetic
  • How Miami duo boiish is conquering underrepresentation in electronic music. (EDM.com
  • Ash Lauryn’s pivotal rave moment in the Black Mecca of America. (ElectronicBeats)
  • As one half of powerhouse label Night Slugs, L-Vis 1990 spent the 2010s twisting club music into thrilling new shapes. Newly reborn as Dance System, he’s going back to the source in order to bottle lightning a second time. (beatportal)
  • #PassTheMic – Why dance music needs its singers (5Mag
  • Aluna: "I get asked daily to be exploited by a white DJ" (Mixmag)
  • Rebekah, DJ Empress and Dave Clarke talk about fighting sexual harassment and assault in the dance music industry. (Mixmag)
  • "A glass ceiling with razor wire": The harsh reality for women working in dance music. (Mixmag)  
  • On Our Radar: November 2020 (beatportal
  • The 15 best tech-house tracks of October 2020. (Magnetic
  • Selections: Laksa (DJMag
  • Beatport Hype: Hot Fuss (beatportal
  • Renegade Riddims: Baronna (DT
  • Recognise: Zora Jones (DJMag
  • Influences 19: Sarah Davachi (XLR8R
  • Saturday Night Session 043: Imanbek reveals an EP with Rita Ora is on the way and discusses his surprise career in music. (DA
  • A short history of the foghorn: The most divisive sound in drum & bass. (beatportal
  • A guide to the music of Scott Grooves, house music’s unsung hero. (Bandcamp
  • 'She made music jump into 3D': Wendy Carlos, the reclusive synth genius. (Guardian
  • 8 trans and queer artists on dance music's LGBTQ+ history. (Paper)
  • Overmono is allowing Tessela and Truss to break the mould. (Mixmag
  • Deep State’s inaugural Reactor assembles new wave of progressive luminaries. (DA
  • Akua’s new acid-tinged techno track Find Another Connection breaks free from societal expectations. (ElectronicBeats
  • Dwson: Feel what I've been feeling (RA
  • Krust: “Lockdown has been one of the best times for me” (DT
  • object blue & TSVI consider machines and sentience on Thought Experiment. (Fact)
  • Artist of the Month: Hot Since 82 opens up about his childhood, trauma, and recovery. (beatportal
  • Carl Cox opens up about mental health: "I'm fine, but I'm not happy" (MusicOnMyMind
  • TYGAPAW digs deeper into techno’s black origins. (ElectronicBeats
  • Label of the Month: Terminal M (beatportal
  • Hot new tracks for November (IbizaSpotlight
  • The 15 best progressive house tracks of October 2020. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best techno tracks of October 2020. (Magnetic
  • Continental Drift: 20 club tracks guiding us into a new era. (electronicbeats
  • Studio Selections: Rian Treanor (DJMag
  • Selections: ANOTR (DJMag
  • NUDE043: Polli ji (DT
  • EX.531 Imagining future forms of music media. (RA
  • Tackling artificial intelligence in music: Interview with Musiio CEO and co-founder Hazel Savage. (Medium)
  • Ibiza's golden age of clubbing: this Instagram account is a White Isle time capsule. (DJMag
  • "I never intended to be an artist": Julian Jordan opens up about his career in dance music. (EDM.com
  • Evolutionary Techno: DJ Bone’s journey through production. (Ableton
  • How Rui Da Silva’s progressive house hit ‘Touch Me ft. Cassandra’ broke the pop mould. (DJMag
  • House Gospel Choir: “House music is for everybody!” (iDJ
  • Kaskade talks 'adjusting expectations' for sold out Drive-In series. (Billboard)  
  • Richie Hawtin on income equality in dance music: "We're trying to fix a problem that we've lost control of" (EDM.com
  • The ‘times’ according to SG Lewis. (DA
  • How Fat Tony saved 2020: The DJ talks parties, playlists and getting sober. (Standard)
  • DJ Krust: “My Approach to making music is to get outside of that comfort zone” (beatportal)
  • Chase & Status: “Fabric is an institution in British and global clubbing” (beatportal
  • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of September 2020. (Magnetic
  • Selections: Nik Void (DJMag
  • Introducing: Logic1000 (beatportal
  • Fresh Kicks 145: Haider (DJMag)   
  • Renegade Riddims: Caim (DT)  
  • Special Feature: Chromatic (DT
  • Unsung Pioneers: Basement Boys. (RA
  • Return Trip: New pathways in Jungle. (beatportal
  • EX. 530 dego: A driving force behind 4 Hero, Reinforced Records and 2000black. (RA
  • How one trio turned livestreaming into a sustainable Co-vid business. (DJTechTools
  • Inside Copenhagen’s sex positive rave scene. (ElectronicBeats
  • The future is female: Inside "Underplayed", a new documentary on gender inequality in EDM. (EDM.com
  • Underground Music Academy is ushering in a new generation of revolutionary artists. (TheFace
  • Never stop the music - The Creation of Tomorrowland Around the World. (Tomorrowland
  • UZ opens up about his final album Trinity, getting sober and the future of trap music. (EDM.com
  • His soundtrack shredded audiences’ nerves. Now producer Daniel Lopatin AKA Oneohtrix Point Never is using radio to bring Trump’s America together. (Guardian)
  • Detroit Swindle: “Played at the right moment, these tracks can really create magic.” (DJTechTools
  • A pandemic and a crackdown on clubbing tourism sends parties into the hills, but deep-pocketed Ibiza clubs are looking to bounce back in 2021. (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Zedd: 'Any living organism would be more fit for the job than Trump' (Billboard
  • 20 questions with Tchami: The French phenom on his debut album, working with Lady Gaga and 'The Communion' of live music. (Billboard)
  • ADE 2020: Martin GarrixDavid Guetta & Timbaland | The Evolution Of Our Sounds (Martin Garrix
  • DJ E-Clyps pens an op-ed on racism in the dance scene: I was told to 'keep my mouth shut and make music'. (Billboard
  • No Signal is the future of radio. (Mixmag)
  • 20 Black UK house music acts you should know about. (Mixmag
  • The roadmap to change. (Mixmag
  • Simon Dunmore: “I’ve had to re-educate myself” (Mixmag
  • Why didn't UK funky break the mainstream? (Mixmag
  • Nightclubs aren't utopia for every Black raver. (Mixmag
  • Marshall Jefferson: Why I quit DJing (Mixmag
  • The gentrification of jungle. (Mixmag
  • RIP Benji Espinoza, an unsung hero of house music. (Mixmag)
  • Remembering Benji Espinoza, champion of Chicago house music. (ChicagoReader
  • Label Of The Month: Juke Bounce Werk (RA
  • Selections: Griffit Vigo (DJMag
  • Patch Notes: Nene H (Fact
  • Renegade Riddims: BRK (DT
  • Six emerging artists you need to hear this October. (DJMag
  • How we made: Insomnia by Faithless (Guardian)
  • From livestreaming platforms sharing their revenues with roadies, to immersive weekend-long gigs over high-end speakers, new music companies are innovating out of a crisis. (Guardian)
  • EX.529 Krust: The drum and bass innovator talks through his first album in 14 years. (RA)  
  • Hyph11E finds her voice within the void. (ElectronicBeats
  • Q&A: Sofi Tukker and Icona Pop head to the SPA. (DA
  • Take a trip through the cosmos with the Zenker Brothers. (beatportal
  • Mr.C chats Music, Producer tips, Live Streaming. (DT
  • Mat Zo revels in return to Anjunabeats. (DA
  • Dave Clarke: "The DJ scene is linked by money not ethics" (Mixmag)
  • How the world's biggest drum 'n' bass festival happened safely this summer. (Mixmag
  • From "Save Our Scene" to "Save Ourselves" a.k.a. Resident Advisor and Boiler Room got some big government grants. (Shawn Reynaldo)
  • Berlin clubbing and COVID-19: how Europe's party capital is changing. (DJMag
  • Inside Trax Records: Why Chicago's house originators are fighting for reparations. (Mixmag
  • Annie Mac: "There's not enough Black people in every level of the music industry" (Mixmag
  • The Beneficiaries: "We are resistance artists, techno is resistance music" (Mixmag
  • The Lazarusman: "Not being racist isn’t enough, you need to be anti-racist" (Mixmag)
  • Honey Dijon: "Dance music has been colonised". (Mixmag
  • The unsung Black women pioneers of house music. (Mixmag
  • How the dance music industry failed Black artists. (Mixmag)  
  • The exploitation of Black women vocalists in house music. (Mixmag
  • Label Spotlight: 20 years ago, a college project brought Anjunabeats to life. (Billboard
  • Artist of the Month: Sub Focus and Wilkinson (beatportal
  • The sound of: Banoffee Pies Records. (DJMag
  • Renegade Riddims: NUANCE (DT
  • On our radar: October 2020 (beatportal
  • Get to know Öona Dahl, the Burning Man enchantress informed by psychedelia. (Mixmag
  • EX.528 Chris Korda. (RA
  • Selections: Machinedrum (DJMag
  • Data-driven startup Songfluencer uses analytics to drive TikTok marketing instead of “randomly handing checks to influencers”. (RollingStone)
  • State of Sync: How the entertainment industry is adapting. (Medium)
  • Pirate Studios are building a sustainable future for artists in uncertain times. (DJMag
  • Meet the NHS junior doctor who started a record label during lockdown. (Mixmag
  • An experimental record label wants to turn animations into pop stars. (RollingStone
  • Sub Focus and Wilkinson talk new album, exploring live instrumentation, and more. (EDM.com
  • Nazira, the DJ who swapped molecular biology for techno. (Mixmag
  • "One day at a time": Nervo on persevering the challenges of breast cancer. (EDM.com) 
  • Yaeji talks about community, collaboration, self-discovery on the dancefloor – and how a trip back to Korea sparked a creative rebirth. (Mixmag
  • Annie MacManus: The BBC Radio 1 DJ on life changes, post-Covid clubbing and the inspiration for her new novel. (iNews)
  • Kelly Lee Owens: The Welsh producer’s second album is a meditative, powerful techno-pop triumph in the face of a crumbling world. (NME)
  • Mat Zo breaks down his new album Illusion of Depth: 'I wanted to make a F--- You statement' (Billboard
  • The relationship between the dance music of the UK and South Africa stretches back decades. (Bandcamp
  • An easy guide to ADE’s online program. (beatportal
  • Resident Advisor, an online platform that specialises in electronic music and club culture, will receive £750,000 as part of the government’s arts support grant scheme has defended its application after the amount was described as “unfathomable”. (Guardian)
  • Horse Meat Disco ‘queer party for all’ brought fun back to the London club scene – then went global. Now, with their first album, they’re on a mission to keep the dancefloor spirit alive in lockdown. (Guardian)
  • iDJ meets Alix Perez, a producer whose work has been capturing – if not defining – the D&B zeitgeist for over 15 years.
  • Netsky on his new album, his return to Hospital Records and more. (EDM)
  • September's best albums, mixes and EPs. (RA)
  • Leaving Records announces debut full-length from San Francisco artist Xyla. (RA)
  • DJ Plead, Kush Jones feature on 3AFAK charity compilation. (RA)
  • Roisin Murphy: One of dance music's most enduring voices tells her story. (RA)
  • Meet the community behind Unorthodox: the UK’s first ever LGBTQ+ D&B event. (DataTransmission)
  • Renegade Riddims: South Londoner BrandNewTrumpets (DataTransmission)
  • Hudson Mohawke: searching for euphoria (DJMag)
  • Dee Diggs, the rising New York-based DJ who's upholding the true essence of dance music. (Mixmag)
  • Hyde Records feels like a hopeful sign of the music industry's power to survive and adapt. (Mixmag)
  • The moral dilemma surrounding partying during the coronavirus pandemic. (Mixmag)
  • Remembering Cookie Monsta: A dubstep pioneer and a paragon of kindness. (EDM)
    • The 15 best bass tracks of September 2020 (Magnetic)  
    • The 15 best house tracks of September 2020 (Magnetic
    • Renegade Riddims: Kallan HK (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 144: Edge Slayer (DJMag
    • Selections: Deena Abdelwahed (DJMag
    • My Musical Influences: Eddie Amador (DT
    • Introducing: Mathame, the Italian Techno Duo finding fans in every corner of dance music. (beatportal
    • Q&A: Swole Sauce (DA
    • Ray Mang: A one-man disco machine (iDJ
    • How TikTok has changed the music industry. (NPR
    • Spotify spin counts are the holy grail in the music industry right now. But manipulating these numbers can be the death of an independent musician's career. (Venture)
    • With touring on pause, artists are looking almost anywhere for income. As Harry Levin learns, for some, that means online education. (beatportal
    • New job support plans 'leave nightclubs behind'. (BBC)
    • Promoters, managers and agents warn that Britain’s creative industries, worth billions to the economy, are being hung out to dry. (Telegraph)
    • Beatportal catch up with selector extraordinaire Vladimir Ivkovic and Making Time founder Dave P. to hear more about Friday’s 36-hour livestream. 
    • The otherworldly perfectionist Zora Jones. (ElectronicBeats
    • ZULI: Where do you go (RA)  
    • Róisín Murphy on the disco revival: “I’m back to snatch Dua Lipa and Jessie Ware’s wigs!” (NME
    • Róisín Murphy: ‘Basically, I’m JG Ballard sex-pop’ (Independent)
    • Jessie Ware on dance music in the age of quarantine. (RollingStone
    • Calvin Harris breaks down the production process behind his collaborative track with The Weeknd, Over Now. [video] (YouTube
    • Carl Cox talks future music and Awesome Soundwave label. (WeRaveYou
    • Rediscovering paradise with Kelly Lee Owens. (Face
    • Marie Davidson: ‘We were the under-under-under of the underground’. (Guardian)
    • Richie Hawtin on the interdisciplinary nature of creativity (and that Prada/Raf Simons show soundtrack). (StyleZeitgeist
    • Checking in with Tiësto: Lamborghinis, Kanye stories, Ableton houses, and new music. (GQ
    • David Guetta: "I texted Sia - the world needs us now" (Standard)
    • On Our Radar: September 2020 (beatportal
    • Fresh Kicks 143: Alex Falk (DJMag
    • EX.525 GAIKA (RA
    • Selections: Emerald (DJMag)
    • Renegade riddims: SR (DT)
    • Studio selections: DJ Spen (DJMag
    • Orbital: How I play live (DJMag
    • DIY Nightlife In Dhaka (RA
    • Baile funk: the criminalisation of Brazil's funk scene (DJMag
    • Solid gold: how Robin S' Show Me Love became one of dance music’s most iconic anthems. (DJMag
    • The story of David Guetta's Titanium feat. Sia | The making of an EDM anthem. [video] (DJMag
    • Arkana talks upcoming album, New Dawn Collective label. (DMNW
    • Bass music saviour Holly talks Covid home life, staying positive, and producing massive bangers with Baauer and Uno the Activist. (Magnetic)  
    • Tycho finds silver lining through pandemic and California wildfires. (EDM.com
    • Shimza is using house music to connect South Africa with the rest of the world. (Mixmag
    • Ben Böhmer on 3,000-foot high hot air balloon performance: "I'm a bit afraid of heights" (EDM.com
    • Andrea Oliva: Getting ANTS-y (iDJ
    • Michelle Lhooq gives the unofficial account of New York's club scene in the 2010s, a pivotal moment when the city went from DIY underground to club superpower. (ElectronicBeats
    • Róisín Murphy has been putting her own spin on glittery music for two decades. In a year full of dance-pop releases, she’s returning to shake things up yet again. (NYTimes
    • The evolution of A. G. Cook. (Mixmag
    • How A. G. Cook became pop’s great disruptor. (Fader
    • object blue & TSVI's body music will hit you in the gut. (Mixmag
    • DJ Pierre on creating acid house, elevating black voices in dance music. (Magnetic
    • Elderbrook fills talks about quarantining in England, his new song with YTRAM, and more. (Magnetic)
    • Sherelle is ready to conquer the world. (beatportal
    • At work with Stephanie LaFera, WME’s resident rave expert and head of electronic music. (RollingStone
    • The hidden costs of streaming music. (NewYorker
    • How data is redefining the role of A&R in the music industry today. (Chartmetric
    • The future of streaming and music marketing post Covid-19. (MusicAlly
    • Label of the Month: Moveltraxx (beatportal
    • Label Spotlight: How Ministry of Sound expanded out of a bus shelter to become a dance leader. (Billboard
    • The 15 best tech-house tracks of August 2020. (Magnetic
    • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of August 2020. (Magnetic
    • Artist Tips: AIDA (XLR8R
    • EX.524 Lafawndah (RA
    • Renegade Riddims: Winslow (DT
    • The “Studio Berlin” exhibition by Berghain and Boros captures a city in flux. (ElectronicBeats
    • Pay-per-view, livestreamed, concerts are generating revenue at a time when the live music industry has been all but financially paralysed. Artist manager Brian Message, who recently co-founded ticketed online concerts specialist Driift, discusses how this new industry sector is evolving. (AAA)
    • Pandora founder Tim Westergren on new venture sessions and how artists can make real money from live streaming. (Magnetic
    • Róisín Murphy: disco machine (DJMag
    • Latin American culture is the driving force of Nicola Cruz's music. (Mixmag
    • RIP Simeon Coxe: An electronic music inventor who defied time. (Mixmag
    • Afriqua: “Black artists are about to stunt hard on 2021” (beatportal
    • TheFatRat on YouTube copyright, forthcoming album, and collaborating with K-Pop star Alexa. (EDM.com
    • Aluna doesn’t want to be the exception to any rule. (Vulture
    • Aluna: “A solo project is like turning up to a warehouse party, not knowing what’s behind the door”. (FortyFive)
    • 20 questions with Damian Lazarus. (Billboard)
    • Damian Lazarus discusses his new album and finding optimism in the darkness. (beatportal
    • Sofi Tukker building a ‘Freak Fam’ with 180 daily livestreams and counting. (Pollstar
    • Avalon Emerson: now the party’s over (TheFace
    • Beirut's club scene after the blast. (RA
    • Lebanon’s club scene was perhaps the most vibrant in the Middle East, but the explosion that rocked the capital last month has silenced it: 'I don't know how we will recover' (Guardian
    • A-Trak and Armand Van Helden interview David Guetta about his beginnings, production process and other musings for their Duck, Duck, Goose episode. [video] (DuckSauce
    • David Guetta's guide to his nine collaborations with Sia. (Billboard
    • David Guetta on turning ballads into bangers: "At the beginning, it was just about the druns and the bass line". (EDM.com
    • The 15 best techno tracks of August 2020. (Magnetic
    • Six emerging artists you need to hear this September. (DJMag
    • Renegade Riddims: Lens (DT
    • Making Waves: Matveï (iDJ
    • In Conversation with… Ardalan (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 142: Bored Lord (DJMag
    • Producer Sessions 022: Rising bass star Ace Aura walks us through debut Disciple EP, reset_environment. (DA
    • Is Spotify killing the top 40? (Quartz)
    • What does the future of Artificial Intelligence in music actually look like? (Nylon)
    • With nightlife in limbo due to Covid-19, Berlin's Berghain, the legendary temple of techno, has reinvented itself as art gallery. (Guardian)
    • EX.523 Ikonika (RA
    • The Art of DJing: Al Ester (RA
    • Conducta: follow the leader (DJMag
    • Q&A: Goldie, DJ and producer (Guardian)
    • Song Exploder: Kelly Lee Owens - On
    • Interview: Kelly Lee Owens on finding her inner song. (Magnetic
    • Sigala talks about Lasting Lover and making dance music in lockdown. (OCC
    • Flying Lotus on the future of electronic music, UFOs, and the pandemic. (theLAnd
    • 20 questions with Tricky (Billboard
    • Artist of the Month: Joseph Capriati (beatportal
    • 20 questions with Joseph Capriati (Billboard
    • Porter Robinson on how Dance Dance Revolution shaped his career. (GQ
    • Silver Apples' Simeon Coxe: visionary who saw music's electronic future. (Guardian)
    • The 15 best house tracks of August 2020 (Magnetic
    • Meet the MC: V9 (DJMag
    • Renegade Riddims: pyxis (DT
    • Selections: Errol (DJMag
    • Q&A: Tom & Collins (DA
    • Let’s Talk: Ronnie Spiteri (Inflyte
    • Jimpster: On 25 years of Freerange and more. (iDJ
    • Kombé’s Subsumption Rhythm is a club track for a rave in outerspace. (Electronicbeats
    • How South Africa’s dance floors provide hope and safety in the face of oppression. (beatportal
    • Berlin-based house and techno producer Eluize details the techniques behind her new track. (XLR8R
    • EX.522 Kate NV (RA
    • DJ Dougal: "We weren't the coolest kids… but we were the friendliest!" (iDJ
    • Club Future Nostalgia is Dua Lipa's wildest flirtation with the underground. (ElectronicBeats
    • Kelly Lee Owens is inspiring transcendental moments. (Mixmag
    • How Kelly Lee Owens learned to thrive alone. (Fader
    • Felix Jaehn on normalising the conversation around mental health: "There's light at the end of the tunnel" (EDM.com
    • Are Minecraft concerts the future of electronic music? (NocturnalTimes
    • Mixmag talks to Ibiza's wellness and beauty businesses about life on the White Isle in 2020. 
    • Illenium talks about the new single, the creative freedom of departing a major label and the secrets of making something sound epic. (Billboard
    • How it was made: Bob Moses - Desire (Magnetic
    • Bob Moses break down their new album Desire track by track. (Billboard)
    • Erick Morillo’s death is an avoidable tragedy that leaves a hole in the lives of his loved ones, while also denying a woman justice from the crimes he was accused of. (Clash)
    • Disclosure: “Some people want us to make ‘Latch’ over and over again”. (NME)
    • Disclosure on new album ENERGY and the healing power of dance music: ‘No matter what happens, there’s always going to be raves’ (iNews)
    • Label Spotlight: 25 years in, Om Records is still aiming for that goosebumps feeling. (Billboard
    • On our radar: August 2020 (beatportal
    • Selections: SVBKVLT (DJMag
    • Renegade Riddims: Ed Priest (DT
    • Introducing: Huey Mnemonic, the unstoppable new Detroit techno talent. (beatportal
    • NUDE33: Nakadia (DT
    • The Sound of: BBE (DJMag
    • In conversation with: Thys (DT
    • Beatport Hype: Soft Computing (beatportal
    • Phuture-T: Meet the Dutch drumfunk master. (iDJ)  
    • The Midnight on seminal album Monsters and the volcanic potential of synthwave culture. (EDM.com
    • What's going on with... Aluna? (DIY
    • Interview: Matmos (ToneGlow
    • Jon Gurd breaks down his new album Lion for Anjunadeep. (Magnetic
    • Kraak & Smaak share tips on DJing technique + crate digging. (DJTechTools
    • DJ-producer the Blessed Madonna spent lockdown secretly remixing Dua Lipa in her pyjamas – and facing up to the discomfort she caused with her former name, the Black Madonna. (Guardian)
    • Aluna: “It’s crazy how segregated dance music is when it was created to be unifying” [podcast] (AppleMusic)
    • COUCOU CHLOE's club music swerves into the bizarre unknown. (ElectronicBeats
    • Cut Copy on the role of dance music when dancefloors are closed: 'It doesn't really make sense'. (Guardian)
    • Deborah De Luca: “I go from one groove to another, showing my character” (beatportal
    • Deborah De Luca: "I worked solo for 11 years. I needed to prove myself on my own”. (Mixmag)
    • Disclosure: 'When you're 15, a club is a pretty terrifying place'. (Guardian
    • TikTok's music team has given crucial assists to artists. But can it keep powering the music industry — especially amid uncertainty about TikTok’s fate in the US? (RollingStone)
    • The pandemic has changed the music industry forever. Meet the LA music-tech startups poised to reshape it. (Dot.LA)
    • The 34 best DJ mixes of 2020 so far. (DJMag
    • Patch Notes: Emiliano Melis (FACT
    • Breaking Through: Rey Sapienz (RA
    • Renegade Riddims: NCT (DT
    • Rising duo LUNDØN talk origins, new music, and future collabs. (DMNW
    • Selections: DJ Bone (DJMag
    • EX.520 DJ Minx (RA
    • Producer Sessions 020: Dillon Francis on ‘This Mixtape is Fire.’ turning five. (DA)  
    • An interview with CRYSTALLMESS. (RA
    • Grum talks homecoming with Heartbeats: Ten and Deep State plans. (DA
    • The Blessed Madonna on remixing Dua Lipa's Levitating: 'I was like, 'don't let anyone else have it'. (Billboard
    • Here's what Disclosure geeked out on while making Energy. (Billboard)  
    • Byron The Aquarius feels like “everything came from black culture”. (beatportal
    • Founder of women's initiative GRL Gang on building a community of female empowerment. (EDM.com
    • A tale of two ecosystems: On Bandcamp, Spotify and the wide-open future. (NPR)
    • Business techno matters: how those who have the most sacrifice the least. (Dweller
    • Dave ‘Medusa’ Shelton was a fairy godmother to Chicago’s club scene. (ChicagoReader
    • Chicago house hero Marshall Jefferson on representation in dance music. (Grammy
    • Three music-industry trends from quarantine that are here to stay. (RollingStone)
    • By now it should have been the height of hedonism in Ibiza. But as nightclubs pivot to pandemic-safe partying, will the fun survive? (SundayTimes)
    • Tomorrowland's virtual festival set a new standard for digital events — here's how they did it. (DJMag
    • The 10 best drum & bass acts you’ve (probably) never heard of. (beatportal
    • Hot new tracks for August 2020. (IbizaSpotlight
    • On Cue: CC:Disco! (DJ Mag
    • Selections: Setaoc Mass (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Mrs Magoo (DT
    • Grassroots action: How Young Urban Arts Foundation are helping young people through creative pursuits. (DJ Mag
    • Artist of the Month: Amelie Lens (beatportal
    • How a hit Spotify playlist is made in 2020. (Complex
    • Kikelomo: London-Nigerian excellence in Berlin. (RA
    • M.F.S: Observatory: Italy's most prolific tech-house duo. (iDJ
    • 8 essential facts about the new LP from Bronson, a shining collaboration from Odesza and Golden Features. (Billboard
    • EX.519 Mr Scruff reflects on the state of dance music and his recent DJ Kicks mix. (RA
    • Nathan Dawe talks working with KSI and Ella Henderson on new single Lighter. (OCC
    • How indie developers are re-imagining social apps to save the iconic Burning Man festival. (TechCrunch
    • Social media, dance music, and the spirit of modern youth activism. (ElectronicBeats
    • Forget another summer of love - this is the summer of crisis for UK raving. (DJ Mag
    • Want a record deal? Call a TikTok marketing company. (RollingStone)
    • The 33 best albums of 2020 so far. (Mixmag
    • Label of the Month: Sistrum Recordings (beatportal
    • In the Studio: MJ Cole (XLR8R
    • Get to know: Casmilia (EDMIdentity
    • Get to know: LODATO (DA
    • Fresh Kicks 141: Nammy Wams (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Nooch (DT
    • Rising Star: Meet Kiss DJ and Armada Music label manager Ben Malone. (MW
    • EX.518 Afriqua (RA
    • Ten behind-the-scenes stories from the biggest dance shows at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic auditorium. (Billboard
    • The novel documenting rave culture in reunified Germany. (i-D
    • ‘I organised raves in the 1990s — I wouldn’t be putting on parties now’: promoters respond to illegal events during the pandemic. (iNews)
    • How to process music industry data. (Berklee - Liv Buli)
    • Their vocals and songwriting feature on some of the biggest hits, but black women are often not credited, leaving their solo careers stunted and causing them to lose out financially. (Guardian)
    • 8 amazing objects that define the history of electronic music. (Shortlist
    • The rise of heavy metal in electronic music. (ElectronicBeats
    • Kohra: “Before lockdown, India was experiencing some really fantastic parties”. (beatportal)
    • Meet the ringmaster: Claptone in the circus (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Crazy Frog samples and DJ Fingerblast – Dance music's weirdest scene wants you to laugh along. (Vice
    • Marshmello is one of the most adaptable stars in modern music - And the charts prove it. (Billboard
    • Radio Silence: the movement to diversify the UK radio industry. (DJ Mag
    • The weight of oppression: Artists share their stories about racism and mental health. (DJ Mag
    • In June, the music industry started to have serious conversations about racism - but proof of change is hard to find. (RollingStone
    • Joker picks his five favourite studio hardware. (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Bally & Boom (DT
    • How manufacturers are finally waking up to underrepresentation in music tech. (DJ Mag
    • How Twitch is shaking up the music industry. (Billboard
    • Curated YouTube channels laid the groundwork for the playlists that dominate today, but human connection will always be a vital part of the music experience. (Complex)
    • Behind the Spotify playlists: Your questions answered by our playlist editors. (Spotify)
    • Getting official editorial support from Spotify is tough, forcing some artists to turn to third-party playlist networks to build fans. (RollingStone
    • Clubbing in the COVID-19 era: How 5 Eastern European countries are reacting to coronavirus. (DJTechTools
    • Inside the rave renaissance: the return of the UK’s burgeoning illegal party scene. (GQ
    • The new rise of minimal. (beatportal
    • Rave Family Block Fest debacle: What went wrong? (Variety
    • Roska is a UK dance music hall-of-famer, and a testament to consistency. (beatportal
    • EX.517 Jessy Lanza shares the story behind her new album. (RA
    • Thommy Davis: Baltimore house legend speaks! (iDJ
    • Jayda G talks new EP, promoting diversity in dance music and sharing joy. (Grammys
    • 20 questions with Howling. (Billboard
    • 20 questions with MK. (Billboard
    • Steve Aoki: "Tomorrowland is where technology and magic meet" (EDM.com
    • With the pandemic still raging, the dancefloor - and real change - feels very far away. (Shawn Reynaldo)
    • Isaac Eloi: Queering the arts, and taking up space, for a bolder tomorrow. (DJ Mag
    • Black Band Camp: How a volunteer project is becoming a vital new platform for Black artists. (DJ Mag
    • Sideman: to truly amplify Black voices, those with influence need to share the mic. (DJ Mag
    • Inside Trax Records: Why Chicago's house originators are fighting for reparations. (Mixmag
    • Nineties bands in need of rave vocals looked to the late Denise Johnson, whose rich, fiery voice alchemised their music into something else entirely. (Guardian)
    • RIP Denise Johnson: An all-time great soul singer and charming, energetic force. (Mixmag
    • On Our Radar: July 2020 (beatportal
    • 5 Facts, 5 Tracks: Zero T (DT
    • Renegade Riddims: AON (DT
    • Building Blocks: FJAAK (RA
    • Impact: Sammy Virji (Mixmag
    • Recognise: UNIQUU3 (DJ Mag
    • Selections: Julianna Barwick (DJ Mag
    • In conversation: Anz & DJ Paulette. (DJ Mag
    • EX.516 The Hour: First DJ Sets (RA
    • 'Total Magic': How Mutabor breathed life into Moscow's scene. (RA
    • Listen to a Black History Month symposium about Detroit techno with Mike Banks. (MEMCO)
    • Wolfgang Gartner breaks down his new Tucson EP (and confesses his love for Kool & The Gang). (Billboard
    • UK garage's schism in the early 2000s forced a generation to adapt, but the scene is bubbling with fresh optimism. (RA
    • The gambling world’s transition to implementing electronic dance music. (WeRaveYou
    • Going underground in Cardiff, a hidden hotbed of drum'n'bass energy. (RedBull
    • How Ministry of Sound redefined dance music culture. (WeRaveYou
    • Watch Kygo discuss his favourite summer activities and preview his upcoming performance with Ryan Tedder. (Billboard
    • "Future Rave" pioneers David Guetta and Morten claim their territory with New Rave EP. (EDM.com
    • Patrick Topping isn’t who you thought he was. (beatportal
    • John Digweed on the intricacies of a VR festival performance and the impact of Covid-19 on dance music. (EDM.com)  
    • Suzi Analogue on Teenage Engineering’s new initiative to support Black artistry. (ElectronicBeats
    • Aluna Francis on her personal and musical ‘Renaissance,’ continuing the fight for equality. (DA
    • Mr. Mitch: all music made by Black people is Black music. (DJ Mag
    • Chris Inperspective: Black people should own Black art. (DJ Mag
    • DJ Noir: The '160' movement must not erase its Black roots. (DJ Mag
    • 20 questions with Inner City. (Billboard
    • Inner City talks We All Move Together and diversity in dance music. (Forbes
    • 5 Facts, 5 Tracks: Chenai (DT)  
    • Get Familiar: Nihiloxica (XLR8R)  
    • Renegade Riddims: Inner Terrain (DT
    • Fed up of getting the same tunes streamed on Spotify? Here’s how to train Spotify to generate new music that’s to your taste. (Forbes)
    • A quarter of a century ago today, the MP3 was born. Eamonn Forde argues that this, not the invention of vinyl, was the most revolutionary format in musical history. (Quietus)
    • Disco al fresco: The rise of socially distanced clubbing in London. (Standard)
    • How IsBurning helped shape Amsterdam’s queer party scene. (beatportal
    • Less is more: the beginner's guide to minimal dance music. (MusicRadar
    • OM Records label manager/partner Gunnar Hissam talks about putting together Om's 25 year compilation and the constantly evolving music business. (Magnetic
    • Líndí Delíght from Masks For Music talks about her initiative providing masks to help keep the music industry afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (GlobalnNews)
    • Camo & Krooked on their revolutionary Red Bull symphonic performance and album. (EDM
    • DJ Disciple: The Wild Pitch years (iDJ
    • Per Hammar’s Soviet analogue drum machine, the Formanta UDS. (beatportal
    • DJ Orawan is leading Bangkok’s drum 'n' bass awakening. (Mixmag
    • Introducing: Eli Brown, Bristol’s unstoppable mystery producer. (beatportal
    • Artist R.O.S.H. has written a systematic breakdown of structural racism, classism and bias in UK dance/electronic press.
    • Understanding Club Music: 5 Sub-Genres you need to know (TheManual
    • Cinthie: “Just because we can’t dance, it doesn’t mean the music is canceled” (beatportal
    • 20 questions with Nicky Romero. (Billboard
    • Mixmag's 40 best tracks of 2020 so far 
    • Label of the month: ESP Institute (beatportal
    • Selections: DJ Boring (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Accelerated (DT
    • Q&A: Truth x Lies (DA
    • Steve Mac & Josh Butler: Two UK house titans go head-to-head (iDJ
    • Unsung Pioneers: The Burrell Brothers (beatportal
    • Asch Pintura on her livestream series, debuting on Anjunabeats, and Summereyes festival. (EDM.com
    • Producer Sessions 019: CloZee (DA
    • CloZee breaks down each track on her new LP: 'I'll always see a new album as a new chapter of my life' (Billboard
    • Meet the homebound DJs tipped to perform at Tomorrowland 2021. (Mixmag
    • Anz: "If you're in a position to make things better for other people, do it" (Mixmag
    • 20 questions with Shpongle's Simon Posford. (Billboard
    • Luciano on DJing after lockdown: "Dancing together is like a religious act" (Mixmag
    • Gregor Kraemer, Club der Visionaere founder, talks about the club’s history. (XLR8R
    • Mike Mago: “Technology is responsible for about 80 per cent of my success” (MusicTech
    • Anti-algorithmic music: How Bandcamp is helping artists beat the odds. (RA)
    • As attractions move through a phased period of reopening we have to ask: Are online experiences here to stay? (IQ)
    • The best electronic music venues in the world. (WeRaveYou
    • The rise of electronic music in Hong Kong. (TimeOut
    • DJ False Witness examines the "ideal listening space" and how club architecture changed dance music's global tastes. (Electronic Beats
    • How Rave Family built Minecraft’s biggest virtual music festival, with Steve Aoki, A-Trak, Paris Hilton and more. (Variety
    • A new generation of black artists are reclaiming the roots of techno music. (Washington Post)
    • From Flying Lotus to Fatboy Slim, here are 8 dance tracks that sampled Ennio Morricone. (Billboard
    • The Maestro: Ennio Morricone's innovations and personality are woven into dance music. (Mixmag
    • Hot new tracks for July (Ibiza Spotlight
    • The 15 best techno music tracks of June 2020 (Magnetic
    • The 15 best bass music tracks of June 2020 (Magnetic
    • Sonny Fodera selects 10 tracks that define his friendship with touring partner and pal Dom Dolla. (Billboard
    • Selections: Nightwave (DJ Mag
    • Get to know: AJ Moreno (EDM Identity
    • Out of the melting pot: The origins and evolution of drum'n'bass (Red Bull
    • Lis Sarroca: Deep beats from Barcelona (iDJ
    • In conversations: Eats Everything (Magnetic
    • 20 questions with Louis the Child. (Billboard
    • EX.514 Eddie Fowlkes: Putting the Detroit in Detroit techno (RA
    • Off their heads: the shocking return of the rave. (Guardian
    • Spencer Brown talks about coming out publicly: 'The dance music community saved me during my darkest times' (Billboard
    • Wolfgang Gartner on anxiety, rehab and this 'incredibly optimistic' career moment. (Billboard
    • Irish wunderkind and Drumcode favourite, Rebūke, talks about his rave roots and his rise to dance music stardom. (beatportal
    • On Underworld’s Drift Series 1, the music is never finished (Bandcamp
    • Carl Cox interview: 'Socially distanced club nights aren't the way forward' (Standard
    • Kevin Saunderson: 'You feel like somebody is eliminating Black artists and producers from being part of the scene' (Billboard
    • Major artists are turning to brand partnerships in droves for new revenue streams. Since Covid hit, deal-making has been “heightened on steroids,” says one agency executive. (RollingStone)
    • With concerts on hold, it’s abundantly clear that most musicians can’t live off streaming income alone. How could the system be fixed? (Pitchfork) “The pandemic is only exacerbating the inequities of a [streaming] system that is rigged against the people who make it run”.
    • Spotify has been making investors — including music’s three major record labels — rich lately. But those same labels likely aren’t happy with the reason for the streaming service’s huge share boost. (RollingStone)
    • On Our Radar: June 2020 (beatportal
    • Pawl and Discrete: Sweden’s next top electronic music stars. (OneEDM
    • Renegade Riddims: Kidsonic (DT)
    • In Conversation with… Spartaque (DT
    • Apple are changing the way they make their computers, here's why DJs and producers should care. (DJ Mag
    • Are concerts, festivals, and live events ever coming back? Here’s what six experts say. (FastCo)
    • Live music industry recovery could take 3-4 years. (IO)
    • Why the death of the nightclub would be a disaster for British music. (Telegraph)
    • Shaquille O'Neal interview (EDM.com
    • 10 things Sofi Tukker learned from doing 100 livestreams during quarantine. (Billboard
    • Kush Jones is New York City's ever-prolific shapeshifter. (Electronic Beats
    • Baauer on the UK dance tracks that inspired his new album. (Red Bull
    • Giorgia Angiuli: “It needs to be magic, always” (beatportal
    • Armin van Buuren and Benno de Goeij talk about GAIA. (EDMTunes
    • The divine creation of Chicago house. (Cuepoint
    • Detroit is Techno City, and techno is Black. (DetroitMetroTimes
    • Unraveling the mysteries of publishing, licensing and syncs. (Shawn Reynaldo)
    • Is livestreaming sustainable? (Synchtank)
    • How Defected Records kept the party going during lockdown. (BBC)
    • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of May 2020 (Magnetic
    • Label of the Month: Drumcode (beatportal
    • Beatport Hype: Nerang Recordings (beatportal
    • Get to Know: Joy Club (MTV
    • Renegade Riddims: Lally (DT
    • SUAT: behind the DJ who walks for miles carrying and mixing on an XDJ-RX. (DJTechTools
    • The evolution of electronic music. (WeRaveYou
    • 20 Questions with Baauer. (Billboard
    • Folamour shares his tips on tempo switching, EQs, and bettering your DJ chops. (DJTechTools
    • John Digweed: "I want clubs to open but I want them to restart properly without rushing" (Mixmag
    • DJ Rush is a true original, and an entertainer of the highest calibre.(beatportal)
    • Children of the Windrush Generation: The pioneering DJs who paved the way for UK dance music. (DJ Mag
    • 'Why I Protest': G-Buck on why he marches in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. (Billboard
    • DJ Sliink on racial inequality in the dance industry: 'How can we be legends if they don’t give us a chance?' (Billboard
    • Premiere: Tunisian artist Househead Samira delivers feel good vibes. (DJMag)
    • Premiere: Gábor Lázár will release a new LP on Planet Mu. (DJMag)
    • Franky Wah talks us through ‘The Revival Vol. 1’ (DataTransmission)
    • In Conversation with... Marbs, Desert Hearts co-founder (DataTransmission)
    • Mura Masa announced training initiative for 10 black women to get into live music roles. (Mixmag)
    • Six reasons why dance music collectives are essential. (DataTransmission)
    • What is A&R? A behind-the-scenes look at record label talent-spotters. (RedBull)
    • The rights and wrongs of sampling. (Attack)
    • How countries plan to restart nightclubs and music festivals (RA)
    • 46 Black-run electronic dance labels you can support on Bandcamp right now. (Billboard)
    • Premiere: Tunisian artist Househead Samira delivers feel good vibes. (DJMag)
    • This week’s Bandcamp essentials. (DJMag)
    • Obituary: Eugene Manzi, former head of the press office for London Records/FFRR (Guardian)
    • Hot new tracks for June (Ibiza Spotlight
    • The best electronic music songs of May 2020 (Fader)  
    • The best techno on Beatport you might have missed. (beatportal
    • In conversation with… Wehbba (DT
    • Renegade Riddims: Solsan (DT
    • Yazzus is turning high-speed dance music into a transcendent experience. (Mixmag
    • Sprechen: It's Balearic up north… or is it? (iDJ)
    • 'Plamping hard': how DJs and creatives are earning a buck online via Twitch, Patreon, OnlyFans and more. (TheConversation
    • 20 things we’ve learned about music live streaming. (Medium - Phil Hutcheon, Dice)
    • How tech can save the music: Abandoning conventional thinking during a crisis. (Forbes)
    • Selections: B. Traits (DJ Mag
    • EX.512 Waajeed (RA
    • Dance Floor Epiphanies (RA
    • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs can hear the birds again. (Flaunt
    • Franky Wah interview (OneEDM
    • Steve Aoki, Tokimonsta, Yaeji and more reflect on how their Asian heritage has influenced their music. (Billboard
    • Meet DJ Fat Tony, the unlikely cult hero of quarantine. (SundayTimes)
    • SOPHIE: behind the mixing board and under pop’s bonnet. (Face
    • How quarantine made David Guetta evaluate what he's doing with his life and inspired his livestream fundraisers. (Billboard
    • The 15 best techno tracks of May 2020 (Magnetic
    • The 15 best house tracks of May 2020 (Magnetic
    • Artist tips: Rafael Anton Irisarri (XLR8R
    • Renegade Riddims: Defraction (DT
    • Introducing: Magit Cacoon, the Israeli artist who connects cultures and blurs boundaries. (beatportal
    • Patch notes: Lucrecia Dalt (Fact
    • Q&A: So Dope (DA
    • DJ Almad was trapped at an airport for 17 days due to coronavirus travel restrictions, this is his story. (DJ Mag
    • MixCloud - The business of music (Attack
    • The other side of Ibiza (DJ Mag)  
    • A look at music marketing campaigns — including song exclusivity to specific music streaming platforms, and how music metadata fields are handled by such platforms can make stream counts vary wildly. (Medium)
    • With her Oasis Festival in Marrakech, Marjana Jaidi is bringing global dance music stars (and their fans) to Morocco. (Billboard
    • Shoffy talks quarantine plans, leaving finance for music, and new remix competition. (EDM.com
    • David Morales talks gear, crate digging, and his favourite rotary mixer (DJTechTools
    • EX.511 Junkie XL (RA
    • Berlin musician Bad Conscience on techno, club culture and quarantine. (Forbes
    • Mella Dee opens up in Red Bull's Fireside Chat. 
    • Tinlicker serve up a towering mix of deep house, trance, and progressive. (beatportal
    • The future of music releases. Albums vs EP’s vs playlists vs mixtapes. (MusicAlly)
    • Kraftwerk’s robotic rhythms resonated loudest in deindustrialising 1970s Detroit and gave rise to techno – starting a cultural feedback loop that continues today. (Guardian)
    • London's nightlife venues are more at risk than ever. Here’s what we need to do to save them. (TimeOut)
    • How a mediocre record by a toff, an investment banker, a real estate magnate and a socialite property developer epitomises the co-opting of underground electronic music by a wealthy elite. (Quietus
    • The 10 best mid-90s progressive house tracks (Mixmag
    • 10 dance songs for Mental Health Awareness Month (Billboard)
    • Hot new tracks for May (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Beatport Hype: SubVision (beatportal
    • Renegade Riddims: Just Bee (DT)
    • Fresh Kicks 140: Juba (DJ Mag
    • Breaking Through: Amazondotcom (RA
    • 5 techno artists to watch this May (DT
    • Living-room disco: five of the best dance music mixes (Guardian
    • Selections: Conducta (DJ Mag
    • Gangs, sex, dwarfs and drugs: inside Manumission, the Ibiza club that makes White Lines look tame. (Telegraph)
    • What socially distanced live performance might look like. (Vulture
    • Here are Electric Forest founder Jeremy Stein's 6 tips for how festival producers can get through COVID-19. (Billboard
    • From drive-in concerts to livestreaming on Fortnite, the industry has had to adapt creatively to the current restriction. (Guardian)
    • "Believe in yourselves": Monster is breaking down barriers for the Eastern European scene.  (Mixmag
    • How LA’s DUBLAB revolutionized online community radio. (beatportal)
    • Dive into DJ David Goblin and The Horde's fantastical hardcore. (ElectronicBeats
    • Interview with dubstep superstars Adventure Club. (OneEDM
    • Red Axes, rock & rollers with a disco soul. (beatportal
    • How horticulture helped Hodge flourish inside and outside the studio. (Mixmag
    • RA Exchange 510 Grimes: The electronic-pop auteur speaks her mind. [audio] (RA
    • Twitch’s head of music explains why channel subscriptions and so-called “tipping” on the Amazon-owned platform could open up a significant new revenue stream for artists in the future. (RollingStone)
    • How TikTok became the new music tipsheet for radio programmers. (TMN)
    • 19 drum 'n' bass and jungle DJs from the 90s who are still at the top of their game. (Mixmag)
    • Label of the month: Anjunabeats (beatportal
    • Label of the month: Suara (iDJ
    • Label Spotlight: Counter Records (Billboard
    • Introducing : Hooversound (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: DUSHI (DT
    • Meet Gupi: Sonic The Hedgehog fan, Skrillex disciple and son of Tony Hawk. (RedBull
    • On Our Radar: May 2020 (beatportal
    • At home with: Mella Dee (DJ Mag
    • Quarantine Diaries: Nervo (EDM.com
    • The Art Of DJing: Sunil Sharpe (RA
    • A look at the best services for monetising live streamed and on-demand performances. (Synchtank)
    • Video games are our new venues. (KQED
    • Club Quarantine's viral absurdity. (ElectronicBeats
    • The reality of post-lockdown clubbing in China. (ElectronicBeats
    • Manchester’s underground is thriving despite the odds. (beatportal
    • Shallou talks debut album release and spreading hope through music in times of crisis. (EDM.com
    • Paul Woolford looks back at a career spent indulging in all his musical passions. [audio] (RedBull
    • Q&A: NOTD (DA
    • Folamour on his vision of life, singing on his next album and more. (Magnetic
    • Helena Hauff is going stir crazy. (TheFace
    • Maribou State: The five records that changed the way we make music. (beatportal
    • Meet the next generation of Newcastle’s thriving drum & bass scene. (DJ Mag
    • Jyoty Singh on working in music: "Push yourself and don’t be scared". (Mixmag
    • Above & Beyond's Paavo Siljamäki: My coronavirus experience 'Was just terrifying' (Billboard
    • Remembering Mike Huckaby, who delivered Detroit’s music to the world. (Pitchfork
    • Remembering Kraftwerk's Florian Schneider. (RA
    • Human After All: Remembering Kraftwerk's Florian Schenider (Billboard
    • RIP Florian Schneider: Kraftwerk is perhaps electronic music's biggest influence. (Mixmag
    • Label Of The Month: Schatrax (RA
    • Selections: Or:la (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Victoria-V (DT
    • Get to know: Nazar (DJ Mag
    • 5 facts / 5 Tracks with Saytek (DT
    • Renegade Master: NC-17 (DT
    • Solid Gold: How Inner City’s Paradise linked Detroit techno to the Motor City's Motown heritage. (DJ Mag
    • Q&A Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano (DA
    • Fifteen questions with Fabio Florido (15Questions
    • Terry Lee Brown Jr and Tom Wax go head-to-head (iDJ
    • Laidback Luke discusses new Mixmash dating app to connect music producers. (EDM.com)
    • Interview with new Astralwerks signing Mike Mago. (OneEDM
    • Mr.C: Don't freak out, Freq out! (iDJ
    • EX.508 Beverly Glenn-Copeland (RA
    • How young artists are transforming drum 'n' bass (Mixmag
    • Groove Armada interview: Dance legends on their return with huge new track Get Out On The Dancefloor. (Star)
    • 20 questions with Charlotte de Witte (Billboard
    • Techno DJ Kelly Lee Owens: ‘I still have to fight to not be seen as just the singer’. (Guardian)
    • The many passions of GRiZ (beatportal
    • How online games are becoming a new arena for live music. (FT)
    • As 2021 looks more likely for live music to safely return, agents argue that releasing music - and finding new avenues for engagement - is more important than ever. (Billboard)
    • Clubs on Ibiza are starting to cancel their events, a disaster for workers who survive on summer income. Pete Tong and others explain what happens next. (Guardian)
    • RIP Tony Allen: The self-taught drummer who became the best in the world. (Mixmag
    • From Miley Cyrus to Coldplay, 10 surprising songs that sampled Kraftwerk. (Billboard
    • How Kraftwerk’s synth wizard Florian Schneider rewired the world. (Rolling Stone
    • How Florian Schneider and Kraftwerk influenced five decades of music. (BBC)
    • Florian Schneider: the enigma whose codes broke open pop music. (Guardian)
    • The 15 best progressive house tracks of April 2020 (Magnetic
    • Renegade Riddims: Mc Fly Dj (DT)
    • Get to know: Lizzy Jane (EDM Identity
    • In Session: Matt Karmil (Mixmag
    • The sounds that shaped me: Trutopia (DT
    • Selections: More Time (DJ Mag
    • Music at Home: Claptone (beatportal
    • Riot Ten: "You're going to hear some of the heaviest music I've ever produced. (EDM.com)
    • Laidback Luke and Steff Da Campo talk about their new collab. (DMNW
    • Ark Patrol on mining his way to "Geode" by overcoming cancer and quarantine. (EDM.com
    • How architecture transforms the clubbing experience. (Electronic Beats
    • Studio 54 co-founder Ian Schrager's new club Sunset is bringing the spirit of the '60s back to LA. (Mixmag
    • Club Matryoshka: The Manila-based virtual nightclub that predates coronavirus. (RA
    • Amid censorship, Tehrani dance music emerges from the shadows. (Electronic Beats
    • Interview with Cheat Codes (OneEDM
    • Demarkus Lewis: "First and foremost, I'm a house music fan" (iDJ
    • Doc Scott: Original junglist on lockdown (iDJ
    • Girl Talk on how he avoided getting sued for sampling: 'We believed in what we were doing' (Billboard
    • Duke Dumont: "an album is the worst business decision you could make as an artist". (ABC)
    • Hodge: another green world (DJ Mag
    • The multiplicity of Nicolás Jaar. (RA
    • Remembering Mike Huckaby: Ten tracks and one mix (RA
    • Staying in with: Musicians RÜFÜS DU SOL (LA Magazine
    • As Special Request, Paul Woolford is happily destroying dance music’s dividing lines. (beatportal
    • 20 of the best house music samples (Mixmag)
    • Label of the month: Quantize Recordings (i-DJ
    • Selections: Danny Daze (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: CRSV & TS (DT
    • In Session: Mirror Science (Mixmag
    • Get to know: Annie Hall (DJ Mag
    • Get to know: Niiko X Swae (EDM Identity
    • Meet the MC: Shaybo (DJ Mag
    • The best drops in dance music, according to Mixmag readers. 
    • State of Bass: The origins of jungle/drum & bass (DT
    • Interview with Canadian electronic artist Famba. (OneEDM
    • Introducing: Kevin De Vries, Afterlife’s unstoppable new talent. (beatportal
    • Music at Home: Fort Romeau. (beatportal
    • From virtual club nights to live workouts and viral art challenges, national lockdowns have prompted a wave of creative uses of social media. (CreativeReview)
    • Jeremy Deller on the social and political importance of rave culture. (RA
    • No short cuts: How Enrico Sangiuliano became the best-selling artist in techno. (Mixmag
    • 20 questions with Paul van Dyk. (Billboard
    • Duke Dumont: "I've got six or seven top 40 U.K. records... And I'm saying, 'It does not make you a success.'" (Billboard
    • Pete Tong talks about a road trip to Ibiza, cycling 600 miles to San Francisco and his visits to Brazil. (Metro)
    • From Detroit to the world: The history and evolution of techno. (Red Bull
    • Inside the Defected Records 'Hype Machine' (MBW
    • Warner Chappell's Paul Smith on how A&R is adapting to Covid-19: “We're seeing a real surge in dance music again at the minute, the requests we're getting in terms of a capellas and the top-lines on dance music right now is super exciting" (Music Week
    • 18 techno DJs from the 90s who are still at the top of their game today. (Mixmag)  
    • Get to know God Colony (Mixmag
    • Fresh Kicks 139: Jaymie Silk (DJ Mag
    • Saturday Night Session 037: Dash Berlin (DA
    • Dance Floor Epiphanies: Six people share their stories of transcendent experiences in the club. (RA
    • 20 questions with John Digweed (Billboard
    • In a time of isolation, dance music offers community through streaming. (Vice
    • AceMoMa: A new dawn (DJ Mag
    • Alesso and Liam Payne talk new song Midnight and making a music video in quarantine. (Billboard
    • The club nights that made Amelie Lens. (DJ Mag)
    • The gospel according to Tchami (DJ Mag
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this April (DJ Mag
    • On Our Radar: April 2020 (beatportal)
    • Klangkarussell drop in with music from Adana Twins, Elton John, Pink Floyd and Four Tet. (Sun
    • Redlight takes us back to his ‘90s rave roots. (RedBull
    • Interview with trance & house maestro Sander van Doorn (One EDM
    • Subtronics on upcoming EP, dream collabs, Riddim controversy and Covid-19. (EDM.com
    • Music at Home: Claude VonStroke (beatportal
    • Mark Knight: Going back to his roots (iDJ
    • Electronica producer Faisal Baig: Finding spirituality in electronic music. (Red Bull
    • 10 years after breaking through, Eats Everything is feeling more creative and honest than ever. (beatportal
    • Boileroom boss Dominique Frazer on why the industry would struggle without indie venues. (MW
    • The music industry post 2020 depression: Here’s our recovery plan. (Synchtank)
    • The worrisome (lack of) infrastructure around livestreaming. (FirstFloor)
    • How Instagram Live became the music industry’s saving grace. (Vibe)
    • Should a fee-sharing model between DJs and producers be enforced in dance music? (Mixmag
    • Label of the month: Critical Music (beatportal)
    • The Sound of: 100% Silk (DJ Mag
    • Selections: CCL (DJ Mag
    • In Conversation with: Degs (DT
    • Renegade Riddims: Liondub (DT)  
    • April: Six artists you need to check out this month (Mixmag
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: April 2020 (Billboard
    • 10 ideas for improving your mental health in isolation. (beatportal
    • Solid Gold: how the beat science on Photek's Modus Operandi redefined drum & bass. (DJ Mag
    • Saturday Night Session 036: Kaskade (DA
    • Hypho: Northern uproar (iDJ
    • Steve Kelley: In it for the long haul (iDJ
    • 'Club King' Peter Gatien on how Rudy Giuliani killed NYC nightlife. (Billboard
    • "Coronavirus will never stop the rave": How people are finding new ways to party online (Mixmag
    • Enzo Siragusa: Lighting the fuse (DJ Mag
    • EX.504 Orbital (RA
    • AceMoMa have a vision for rave’s future. (TheFace
    • XL Recordings boss Richard Russell has a glittering CV but is going back into the studio to make a ‘rave album’. (FT)
    • 20 Questions with Kaskade (Billboard
    • Steve Aoki talks Neon Future IV, life in quarantine and living forever. (Billboard
    • Netsky on his return to drum 'n' bass: 'For years, I woke up to messages saying, 'Go Back'' (Billboard)  
    • Daring and playful: How VTSS is energising techno (Mixmag
    • What's it like releasing an album during quarantine? Amtrac spins the tale. (Billboard
    • Perspectives from the scene: Alejandro Cohen of Dublab. (RA
    • This is how 33 DJs on multiple continents came together to livestream for Beartport's ReConnect event with AFEM. (Billboard)
    • The top 7 mixes of March 2020 (Electronic Beats
    • The 15 best bass music tracks of March 2020 (Magnetic
    • 15 house DJs from the 90s who are still at the top of their game today (Mixmag
    • 14 house tracks that are perfect for summer (Mixmag
    • Listen to Red Bull's On The Floor playlist. (RB
    • Recognise: Badsista (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 138: FFF (DJ Mag
    • Selections: Martyn (DJ Mag
    • Get to know: Cooper Saver (DJ Mag
    • How to throw a rave at the end of the world. (Paper
    • How digital clubbing became the saviour of queer nightlife during the coronavirus pandemic. (i-D
    • I spent the weekend raving online and it was actually really fun. (Mixmag
    • Sally C on AVA Festival: "It shows Belfast is a progressive city with a sense of unity". (Mixmag
    • Koven talk all things Butterfly Effect, influences, and more. (EDM.com
    • Tibi Dabo: From Barca to Berlin (iDJ
    • This €60 Roland drum machine is one of Session Victim's faves. (DJ Mag)
    • How 'Soul Makossa' made Manu Dibango a club and pop legend. (Mixmag
    • The unstoppable rise of Michael Bibi (Mixmag
    • Amy Thomson, who managed Swedish House Mafia for almost 15 years and marketed Kanye West, has written a free digital book about the most important things she has learnt about artist management and marketing. (Billboard, download)
    • Here's how you can support nightclubs and music venues. (DJ Mag
    • Self-Isolation 101: Artists tips for spending time at home #2 [video] (RA
    • From Isolation: how artists are adapting to lockdown, part i. (DJ Mag
    • 10 electronic albums we’re thankful are coming soon. (Billboard
    • The Orb pick 10 tracks that inspired their new album. (beatportal
    • Watch the music documentary The Sound of Belgium online. [video] (Jozef Deville
    • Label Spotlight: Kitsune (Billboard
    • Producer Sessions 018: Doctor P (DA
    • Fresh Kicks 137: Swan Meat (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Master: Charlotte Devaney (DT
    • Renegade Riddims: Cyan (DT
    • Introducing: Hyperaktivist, the Venezuelan selector using ’90s principles to reunite the dance floor. (beatportal
    • Aquarian is an antidote to po-faced monolithic techno. (Mixmag
    • Jubilee's guide to Miami bass. (DJ Mag
    • Meet Rony Seikaly: Former NBA player, now DJ. (Forbes
    • The democratisation of record-label advances. (Cherie Hu)
    • Real nightclubs have shut down, but a new world of virtual raves has begun. (Times)
    • Kraftwerk: where to start in their back catalogue. (Guardian)
    • Richard Russell discovered the Prodigy, signed the White Stripes – and launched Adele. And it all started with a novelty rave tune about a bouncer. (Guardian)
    • LCY and India Jordan talk rave, masks and visibility in DJ culture. (Red Bull
    • KG B2Beats Hagan: Rhythm lords in lockstep. (Electronic Beats)
    • "More intimacy": How Nene H is powering connections through techno. (Mixmag
    • Christian Löffler on his latest album, organic approach, and playing moody sounds to techno crowds. (EDM)
    • Monolink: finding the connection. (DJ Mag
    • Absurd TRAX are pioneering club music's future in a time of existential crisis (Mixmag
    • David Guetta returns to the source as Jack Back. (DJ Mag
    • Meet the artists and labels using innovative design to reclaim electronic music's influence on fashion. (Electronic Beats
    • Running a business in a disrupted world with The Everyday Agency (TEA). (DT
    • How to set up a livestream (RA
    • How dance producers are using video game livestream platform Twitch to connect with fans. (DJ Mag
    • Self-Isolation 101: Artists tips for spending time at home (RA
    • Resident Advisor's Save Our Scene: Attend virtual events
    • Resident Advisor's Save Our Scene: Useful resources for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the people who want to help them. 
    • Lauren Flax: 10 nasty jack tracks (beatportal)  
    • 6 ways EDM has crossed over into virtual reality. (EDM.com
    • Renegade Riddims: L.E.X (RA
    • On Cue: Rossko (DJ Mag
    • On Cue: Sicaria Sound (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 136: Poté (DJ Mag
    • Introducing Swiss techno DJ Toma Hawk. (OneEDM
    • Get to know dance music's next big underground scenes (Billboard
    • 23 dance music books you definitely need to read. (Mixmag)
    • 30 years of unity: Junior Tomlin is the Salvador Dali of rave flyer art. (Mixmag
    • Mild Minds explores how he made his new album MOOD. (Magnetic
    • Record digging with Inner City at CRSSD Festival (Mixmag
    • Pushing boundaries: New frontiers in music licensing. (Synchtank)
    • Leftfield electronica producers have become cinema’s go-to composers, blurring the boundaries between the dancefloor and the visual arts. (Guardian)
    • Although Nazar's debut album Guerrilla shoulders the weight of wartime trials and tribulations, the Hyperdub artist finds a true sanctuary in storytelling. (Electronic Beats
    • Future Cut’s surprising career – in 7 key tracks. (Red Bull
    • 20 questions with Galantis. (Billboard
    • Duck Sauce: Return of the quack. (DJ Mag)
    • HAAi’s good-natured passion for music and community has elevated her to the top. (beatportal
    • Aundy Caldwell Crenshaw’s business smarts helped create Dirtybird - one of dance music’s most enduring brands — and its rabidly loyal fan base. (Billboard
    • How being the busiest man in music made Diplo a pop star. (Billboard
    • 20 curated club tracks from around the world. (Electronic Beats)  
    • The 15 best techno tracks of February 2020 (Magnetic
    • Machete's 10 essential things to know about drum and bass. (Billboard
    • KiNK: How I play live. (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Dark Ops (DT
    • In Conversation With…Nymfo (DT
    • On Our Radar: March (beatportal
    • March: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this March (DJ Mag
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: March 2020 (Billboard
    • My Tech: Orbital (Metro)
    • The Art Of Production: Rrose (RA
    • The real life of an underground DJ: Part III (DJ Mag
    • Imposter syndrome in the music industry is rife, but it's not impossible to overcome. (Mixmag
    • Investigating the psychological effects of club lighting. (ElectronicBeats
    • "Charming and disturbing": Gabber Eleganza is flying the flag for hardcore. (Mixmag
    • Why Minnesota's DJ mix culture is up there with the best (Mixmag
    • Sonny Fodera and Dom Dolla reveal upcoming collab and talk friendship. (EDM.com)
    • Recovering from a near-fatal accident led Pongo to kuduro stardom. (Mixmag
    • Austin Ato: "It’s important to have some balance when you work in this industry" (Mixmag
    • "I don’t want to be limited": 박혜진 Park Hye Jin is a musical polymath. (Mixmag
    • Maya Jane Coles’ uncompromising attitude is the key to her success. (beatportal
    • Meet the 'Strictly Women' who guided the rise of iconic dance label Strictly Rhythm. (Billboard
    • ‘Everything is in chaos’: The concert business stands to lose billions from coronavirus. (RollingStone)
    • The 15 best house tracks of February 2020 (Magnetic
    • Hot new tracks for March (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Label Of The Month: Classic Music Company (beatportal
    • Lorraine James: How I play live (DJ Mag
    • Fresh kicks 135: Pelada (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Smooth (DT
    • Get to know: Hector Plimmer (Mixmag
    • Recognise: Juliana Huxtable (DJ Mag
    • Los Angeles events company, Future Primitive, discuss their 2020 Los Angeles line-up: 'We want to throw shows from the fan perspective' (Billboard
    • Spotify's Dance and Electronic Editor Christie Driver-Snell: "I focus on supporting underground music and creating playlists for niche sounds" (Mixmag
    • Nowhere beats Berlin for hedonism – which is one reason the price of real estate is rocketing. Can the club scene survive? (Guardian)
    • How free parties are shaping a new generation of UK ravers. (DJ Mag
    • Major music streaming services and media outlets lack an understanding of how new music culture evolves, but they still hold the power to determine success. (Quartz)
    • Shur-I-Kan: The connoisseur's choice (iDJ
    • Fabio Florida talks about his new label RUNA. (Parkett
    • 20 questions: Wajatta (Reggie Watts & John Tejada) (XLR8R
    • Freddy Fresh is the genre-hopping DJ who catalogued records way before Discogs was invented. (Mixmag)
    • Galantis on their groundbreaking virtual performance. (EDM.com
    • Lee Burridge and Lost Desert discuss their latest EP and all things All Day I Dream. (Decoded
    • I spent £1,000,000 on drugs: Fat Tony is dance music's wildest DJ. [video] (Mixmag
    • How Kraftwerk helped redefine German identity after Second World War. (GQ
    • The eternal appeal of piano house. (beatportal
    • Why is ultra-repetitive music so special? Matt Unicomb speaks with Robert Hood, William Basinski and more to find out. (RA
    • Techno pioneer Derrick May on dance music's radical potential: "What we did was a social revolt to the entire f***ing world" (MiamiNewTimes
    • Caribou on Suddenly: "This is music that wants to comfort, reassure and be supportive” (Mixmag
    • Caribou's Dan Snaith on his new and most personal album: 'I’ve just begun to realize how fortunate I’ve been'. (Billboard
    • The 10 best Andrew Weatherall DJ mixes. (Mixmag
    • The 15 best progressive house tracks of February 2020. (Magnetic
    • Label of the month: Nervous Horizon (RA
    • A guide to dance music’s devious new genre, Dark Disco. (beatportal
    • Fresh Kicks 134: SYN (DJ Mag
    • Bubblin’ Up: Mutant Joe (XLR8R
    • Meet Denise Rabe: Berlin’s beloved techno fabulist. (beatportal
    • Cue Point: Carista (RA
    • Introducing: DJs Pareja (beatportal
    • Renegade Riddims: Omega Point (DT
    • Rinzen shares 7 tips on how to make it as an emerging electronic music artist. (Billboard
    • The ultimate house and techno lover's guide to Coachella 2020. (EDM.com
    • This is the future of festivals, according to festivals. (DJ Mag
    • White gloves on, whistles out: Photos capturing the thrill of hardcore rave. (Red Bull
    • Why major dance festival promoters are returning to Los Angeles. (Billboard
    • Over and over: How the digital song economy is generating hit after hit. (Synchtank)
    • How the CruCast collective injected new life into bassline. (DJ Mag
    • Jason Ross explains shift in sound on debut album, 1000 Faces. (EDM.com
    • Martin Jensen discusses latest Day N Nite edit, favourite festivals and coastal cities, future music plans, and more. (OneEDM
    • Omsk Social Club tells us what raving and ritual can teach us about utopian futurity. (ElectronicBeats
    • Charlotte de Witte is among the most accomplished electronic artists today. (Miami New Times
    • The many lives of Shovell, the heartbeat of house music. (Mixmag
    • Carl Cox reflects on 20 years with Ultra Music Festival and shares his 2020 stage line-up. (Billboard
    • Andrew Weatherall forged a bond between rock, house and rave that was a key musical influences on the 1990s. (SundayTimes)
    • Bobby Gillespie remembers Andrew Weatherall: ‘He was a true bohemian’. (Observer)
    • 20 of Bristol’s best techno tracks (Mixmag
    • On Our Radar: February (beatportal)  
    • Fresh Kicks 133: Avernian (DJ Mag)  
    • Breaking Through: Bergsonist (RA
    • Get to know: Fred again... (Mixmag
    • Renegade Riddims: Telomic (DT
    • The Sound Of: Central Processing Unit (DJ Mag
    • Sustainability tips: Snowglobe music festival (Magnetic
    • The Cause: Clubbing with a conscience (iDJ
    • The Art Of Production: Ron Trent (RA
    • How Groove is in the Heart captured the energy of '90s New York club culture (DJ Mag
    • "We come to dance": Motherland is the epicentre of London’s afro house movement. (Mixmag
    • Nathan Micay: Building universes, and fighting for the rave. (Beatportal
    • MHYSA: a manifesto for a liberated tomorrow. (DJ Mag
    • How BRUX found herself in the darkness of dance music. (Junkee
    • Daniel Avery and Alessandro Cortini talk Nine Inch Nails, video games and musical love letters. (Mixmag
    • Armin van Buuren reflects on 10 years of A State of Trance at Ultra. (DA
    • The DJ Caribou on turning down work with Rihanna, trying to sneak a sweary Stormzy sample onto Radio 1, and being a people pleaser. (SundayTimes)
    • Why were Kraftwerk such a colossal success? (Spectator
    • Born out of Germany’s industrial heartland, Kraftwerk’s epic electronic pop did not just soundtrack a decade: it created a global language. (NewStatesman
    • ARTBAT: “If you’re doing it for money, it ends very quickly” (beatportal
    • Dirtybird: and the beak goes on. (DJ Mag
    • Pete Tong: "Human Traffic captures the vibe of that era and I was part of that" (Mixmag
    • Jeff Mills talks about his latest releases, innovation, and outer space. (Magnetic
    • 5 essential lessons from Andrew Weatherall. (Red Bull
    • Andrew Weatherall: lone swordsman who cut new shapes for British music. (Guardian)
    • Remembering Andrew Weatherall, a lifelong maverick. (RA
    • Remembering Andrew Weatherall, the UK producer who bridged rock and dance music. (Pitchfork
    • Andrew Weatherall was uncompromising, pioneering, and a true alternative visionary. (DJ Mag
    • RIP Andrew Weatherall: A sonic revolutionary and free spirit. (Mixmag
    • Label Of The Month: Stroboscopic Artefacts (beatportal
    • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of January 2020. (Magnetic)  
    • Studio Essentials: Weska (Magnetic
    • Five Tracks: Risa Taniguchi (Inflyte
    • Get to know Tini Gessler (Mixmag
    • Fresh Kicks 132: Chevel (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: CONFUSIOUS (DT
    • How it was made: Cerrone - DNA (Magnetic
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this February (DJ Mag
    • Solid Gold: How St Germain's Boulevard opened the door for French house. (DJ Mag
    • Music streaming services mishandle our data—and our culture is paying for it. (Quartz)
    • The Battle of Tamarindo: How two dance music festivals are vying for the same Costa Rican beach town. (Billboard
    • How illegal rave crews are using custom apps to avoid the police. (Mixmag
    • The Art of DJing: Lena Willikens (RA
    • An interview with Stefan Goldmann on his Berlin Philharmonie techno takeover. (Electronic Beats
    • Xpansions: Back from the rave (iDJ
    • Sound Off: DJ False Witness rails against the industry’s gatekeeping audiophilia. (Electronic Beats
    • Mambo Brothers interview (OneEDM
    • Matt Black on the legacy of Coldcut, the values of Ninja Tune and building innovative new technology. (MusicTech
    • Meduza demonstrate they're more than just catchy house music. (EDM.com
    • 20 Questions with Underworld (Billboard
    • Josey Rebelle: the quiet storm (DJ Mag
    • The 15 best techno tracks of January 2020. (Magnetic
    • 10 labels pushing drum'n'bass forwards in 2020. (Red Bull)  
    • Label Spotlight: Deadbeats (Billboard
    • Label Of The Month: SVBKVLT (RA
    • Moon Boots: How I play live (DJ Mag)  
    • Renegade Riddims: DJ Raggo (DT
    • Introducing: Yu Su (beatportal
    • Fresh Kicks 131: BFTT (DJ Mag
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: February 2020 (Billboard
    • February: Six artists you need to check out this month (Mixmag
    • Record of the Day: Vonica's If You're New Here Dance (RotD
    • Record of the Day: Pablo Nouvelle featuring Angelique Kidjo's Milambi (RotD
    • How we made: Free, by Ultra Naté (Guardian)
    • Leo Pol was forced to become estranged from his family in order to follow his electronic music dream. (Mixmag
    • At home with: Hybrid Minds (DJ Mag
    • How dance music collectives are shaping our future. (beatportal
    • Modern Rave Art: Meet the illustrators pushing flyer design forward. (DJ Mag
    • Death by Popularity: What Griessmuehle’s closure signifies for all Berlin clubs. (ElectronicBeats)
    • Austerity, gentrification and big tunes: why illegal raves are flourishing. (Guardian
    • A decade of DJing: How technology changed the art form. (DJ Mag
    • MIDI 2.0 is live, and it could mean the end of the keyboard’s dominance over popular music. (Quartz)
    • Boris Brejcha Interview. (DA
    • How Anjunadeep became one of dance music's ultimate tastemaker labels with the most 'down to earth' fans. (Billboard
    • Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella on first Power List placement and becoming the 'Willy Wonka of EDM' (Billboard
    • Welcome to the kaleidoscopic, psychedelic world of DJ Tennis. (beatportal
    • Hardwell Interview. [Podcast] (Revealed Music
    • Between The Beats: Marie Davidson (RA
    • Beatrice Dillon: Space exploration (DJ Mag
    • Beatrice Dillon: "I want people to respond emotionally and instinctively to my music" (Mixmag
    • On Our Radar: January (beatportal
    • Renegade Riddims: HLZ (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 130: Jasmín (DJ Mag
    • On Cue: Francois X (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Elkka, the Femme Culture founder merging classic and future-facing sounds. (Mixmag
    • Interview: German DJ & producer Topic (OneEDM
    • Northern Soul and the birth of the all-nighter. (Mixmag
    • Solid Gold: How 4hero's Two Pages predicted the future of D&B. (DJ Mag)  
    • Baltra: High Fidelity (DJ Mag
    • Seattle native Kendoll introduces us to “tekno” with latest edit. (DMNW
    • Why Beirut is going through a revolution in electronic sound (Red Bull
    • What makes an innovative record label: Defected (Rebecca Smart Bakken
    • In the dance field, the Grammys fail their own diversity standards. (Billboard
    • From Madonna to breaking gender barriers: Grammy nominee, Tracy Young opens up. (Billboard
      Tracy Young on her historic Grammy win and what Madonna texted her after. (Billboard)
    • Ekali on overcoming mental health struggles and self-doubt to deliver debut album. (EDM.com)
    • Marina Trench: From Paris, with house (iDJ)  
    • A.M.C talks new album, touring and more. (EDM.com
    • Detroit Swindle: Life on top (Beatportal
    • Gareth Emery goes through his creative process, music career and production tips and tricks. [video] (JBL Professional
    • Resident Advisor's 2010-19: Tracks of the decade 
    • Turning the wheel: Mura Masa is setting off on a whole new direction (Mixmag)
    • Laurence Guy: How I play live (DJ Mag
    • Cue Point: Willow (RA
    • Get to know Zendlo (EDMIdentity
    • Renegade Riddims: V O E (DT
    • The sound of: Repertoire (DJ Mag
    • Tech’s impact on the biz and the rise of more diverse artists were some of the key topics covered by Barry, Jonathan and Lucy Dickins at Eurosonic. (IQ)
    • 8tracks’ David Porter explains how the streaming industry has changed over the last decade. (NYMag)
    • DJs share their tips for going sober in the rave. (Mixmag
    • A definitive guide to Norway’s early techno era. (beatportal
    • ‘We can’t have all our artists die’: How the music industry is fighting the mental-health crisis. (RollingStone
    • How U.K. producer Diamond Eyes returned to music after sickness, abuse and the deaths of his best friends. (Billboard
    • 20 questions with Maya Jane Coles (Billboard
    • 20 questions with Armin van Buuren. (Billboard
    • Nora En Pure: Force of nature (DJ Mag
    • Giorgio Moroder: making mechanical music (E&T
    • "Peter Pan paradise": How doing the Housework became fun. (Mixmag
    • Let us be your fantasy: How Fantazia brought UK rave to the masses. (DJ Mag
    • Wuki interview (Billboard
    • Marshall Jefferson: Master of the house (DJ Mag
    • On Seeking Thrills, Georgia channels a lifetime on the dance floor. (NPR
    • ‘Dance music is about love’: Georgia on headlining Glastonbury as a child, teenage hedonism and sobering up. (iNews)
    • Pete Tong shares insights on his new album Chilled Classics. (KCRW)
    • Armin van Buuren shaped streaming radio and festival EDM as we know it. (IndyWeek
    • Squarepusher: Back to the future (XLR8R
    • Rüfüs Du Sol talks dual dance Grammy nominations and new live album. (Variety
    • The story behind the Palms Casino's cancellation of Marshmello's residency and the closing of KAOS. (Billboard
    • Resident Advisor's 2010-19: Albums of the decade  
    • Resident Advisor's 2010-19: Fresh sounds from around the globe 
    • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of 2019. (Magnetic
    • A history of African electronic music in 10 essential tracks. (Red Bull
    • Dance music from the '90s you forgot you loved. (EDM.com
    • On Cue: Anetha (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 129: Tasha (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Vegyn, creator of genre-shifting beats. (Mixmag
    • In conversation with Will Clarke. (DT
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: January 2020 (Billboard
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this January. (DJ Mag
    • Where to Dance In: London. (Billboard
    • Disco professor Daniel Wang digs into the “Infinite Past” to inform the present of DJ culture. (Electronic Beats
    • French house maestro Bob Sinclar goes back to his roots with this selection of songs. (Sun
    • Major music streaming services and media outlets lack an understanding of how new music culture evolves, but they still hold the power to determine success. (Quartz)
    • 50 years of Gramaphone Records, Chicago's most beloved institution. (Mixmag)
    • "In-your-face party": Why Adonis is doing the queer underground proud.  (Mixmag
    • Gift of the gabber: the return of dance music’s gloriously tasteless subgenre. (Guardian
    • Sweet salvation: How Homobloc took the queer underground to new heights. (Mixmag)
    • In conversation Boris Brejcha (Magnetic
    • Georgia talks about her love of house music, her rocky relationship with alcohol and how her hometown of London has changed for the worse. (Independent)
    • Diplo is workin' 5 to 9. (GQ
    • Cerrone's contribution to dance music is as important as Giorgio Moroder and Kraftwerk's. (Mixmag
    • Escaping bad energies: How Si’Noir is inspiring DJs to be non-linear. (Mixmag
    • "Wanting to feel freedom": Why Mars89 is creating ‘rebel music’. (Mixmag
    • Gut instinct: Why Meba Ofilia quit law school to pursue her musical dream. (Mixmag
    • DJ Mag's labels to watch in 2020. 
    • DJ Mag's artists to watch in 2020
    • Hot new tracks for January. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • On Cue: J:Kenzo (DJ Mag
    • Get to know rising Chicago-based house artist KC Wray. (EDM Identity
    • Renegade Riddims: Larnie Moles (DT
    • 10 of the hottest photographers in dance music share their advice on making it in the scene. (Billboard
    • Interdependence, or how I learned to love again on the dancefloor. (Fact)
    • The Art Of Production: Abby Echiverri (RA
    • Kirk Degiorgio: Cosmic communion (iDJ
    • 5 ways EDM is taking over the Esports world. (EDM.com
    • Why techno is harder, faster and angrier than ever. (Beatportal)
    • Gary Richards on The FriendShip 2020: 'I put my heart into it and it pays off' (Billboard
    • Why 2019 belonged to Paul Woolford. (Mixmag)
    • How CBD is changing D&B. (DJ Mag
    • The explosion of metrics and algorithms isn't just reflecting what's happening in the music industry. It's transforming it. (Wired)
    • Celebrating 50 years of the Amen break. (Beatportal
    • Cash Cash talk creative process, P!nk collab and more. (EDM.com
    • Charlotte de Witte: “It’s the best job in the world. But for every upside, there’s a downside.” (Beatportal)
    • Peggy Gou discusses online criticism and her resolutions for 2020. (i-D
    • Nothing but herself: Why Teni The Entertainer is a new kind of pop star. (Mixmag
    • There's almost no time for the past: Su Real on new album Visa On Arrival. (Red Bull
    • "Pioneering mindset": How Touliver inspired Vietnam's electronic music boom (Mixmag
    • Denis Sulta: Got to be real (DJ Mag
    • No bullshit: How Kiddy Smile is turning house music on its head. (Mixmag
    • How I play live: RÜFÜS DU SOL (DJ Mag
    • Recognise: LUCY (DJ Mag
    • Fresh kicks 128: AQXDM (DJ Mag
    • Renegade riddims: Toronto is Broken (DT
    • One to watch: Haai (Observer)
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this December (DJ Mag
    • December: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag
    • Genre-hopping Mancunian maestro Sasso. (iDJ
    • 20 questions: Maya Jane Coles. (XLR8R
    • In conversation: Underworld (Magnetic
    • Illegal Raves, the Sheffield Sound and Acid Blues: Yorkshire's changing club scene 1989-91. (DJ Mag
    • Ross From Friends looks back at his decade with 10 defining tracks. (Mixmag
    • How Alok became South America's biggest EDM star. (Billboard
    • How the fall of the Berlin Wall inspired Ellen Allien's marathon career in techno. (Billboard
    • Techno is technocracy. (FACT
    • With offices in London, Berlin, Paris and Los Angeles, Ninja Tune will celebrate its 30th anniversary in a digital age where indie acts have more options than ever. (Billboard)
    • The older clubbers who won’t stop dancing. (Guardian)
    • From Singapore to Hong Kong to Thailand with Busy P and company. (Billboard
    • My culture fix: Pete Tong (Times)
    • The MDMA Mozart: Inside the mystique and mythology of Aphex Twin. (Mixmag)
    • Flying Lotus: "I listen to ‘Drukqs’ all the time. There’s something about it – the craziness, the piano and everything else" (Mixmag)
    • Kelela: "The 'making something out of thin air' feeling is so delicious" (Mixmag
    • How Fisher's Losing It became one of the biggest dance hits of the decade. (Billboard
    • 2019: The year in black electronic and dance music. (Afropunk
    • The best dance music films of the decade. (DJ Mag
    • The best dance tracks of 2019. (PopMatters
    • Fact's best tracks of 2019  
    • DJ Mag's top 50 albums of 2019 
    • DJ Mag's top 50 tracks of 2019 
    • 2019: a year in dance music. (DJ Mag
    • The top 100 moments of the EDM decade (Billboard
    • The 72 best albums of the decade 2010-2019. (Mixmag
    • Mixmag's 8 acts who defined 2019.
    • Mixmag's top 20 DJ mixes of the year 2019 
    • Mixmag's 100 best tracks of the year 2019 
    • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of November 2019 (Magnetic
    • The 15 best techno tracks of November 2019 (Magnetic
    • Deep Inside: December 2019’s must-hear house and techno. (Fact
    • 20 under-the-radar club tracks you need to hear: December 2019 (Fact
    • Renegade Riddims: Meraki (DT)
    • Get to know: Elkka (DJ Mag
    • Get to know rising house and techno artist Sysdemes. (EDM Identity)
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: December 2019 (Billboard
    • 10 DJs who are also fashion designers. (Billboard
    • Beyond the Turntable: How tech is changing DJing - with Richie HawtinLaurent Garnier, Ellen Allien and more. (Electronic Beats
    • A brief history of industrial electronics – selected by Richard Fearless. (RB
    • Chris Smith a.k.a. Shiny Objects chats running OM Records, running venues and session musicians. (DT
    • Interview: Cedric Gervais (EDM.com
    • A conversation with avant-hardcore producer Astrid Gnosis about the weaponization of sound. (Electronic Beats
    • In Conversation: DJ Fresh (Magnetic
    • SebastiAn talks new album, movie scores, and keeping the process fresh. (DA
    • DVS1 talks about his long journey through dance music and why he thinks we now need to Support, Organise and Sustain. (DJ Mag
    • Producer Nic Fanciulli talks about Tokyo after dark, road rage in New Mexico's Albuquerque and where to find the best tunes in Amsterdam. (Metro)
    • Eris Drew: brighter days (DJ Mag
    • Warp 30: "Every time there's an anniversary, we subvert the idea of patting ourselves on the back" (Mixmag
    • How UKF went from teenage dream to the global home of bass music. (RB
    • Why techno is harder, faster and angrier than ever. (Beatportal
    • 20 questions with Pete Tong. (Billboard
    • For club use only: Best of 2019 (Fact
    • Resident Advisor's 2019's Best Mixes  
    • Resident Advisor's 2019 in electronic music.
    • Resident Advisor's 2019's best tracks 
    • Resident Advisor's 2019's best albums  
    • Mixmag's 120 best tracks of the decade 2010-2019
    • 11 essential New Year's Eve / New Year's Day parties (Mixmag)
    • The 15 best house tracks of November 2019 (Magnetic
    • November's best music (RA
    • Gaia: How I play live. (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 127: Ian DPM (DJ Mag
    • Getting to know Brando. (DA
    • Breaking Through: E-Saggila (RA
    • Renegade Riddims: missledz (DT
    • Get to know: Lokier (DJ Mag
    • In Conversation with: Droptek (DT
    • Ones To Watch 2020: Joe Hertz (RotD)
    • Ian Pooley’s 5 favourite b-sides (Electronic Beats
    • The Sound Of: Sound Pellegrino (DJ Mag
    • Sales, lawsuits and data: The music publishing business in 2019. (Synchtank)
    • Massive Attack are hoping to bring ‘super-low carbon’ to the business of touring and performing. (FT) Can live music clean up its act?
    • How creative director Jordan Rosenheck built a universe for Gryffin's Gravity II tour. (Billboard
    • "Experimentation and freedom": Inside the exhibition documenting the history of Berlin techno. (Mixmag
    • Rewiring electronic sound with Suzanne Ciani and Rian Treanor. (DJ Mag
    • No more 4x4: How sounds from the Global South stopped club culture stagnating. (Mixmag
    • Pennywild is the queer DJ looking to bring LGBTQ culture to mainstream dance. (Billboard
    • The Chemical Brothers: 'The most amazing highlight of our career is that we're still friends'. (iNews)
    • 'It was all my fault' – Jackmaster breaks his silence. (Vice
    • Simon Dunmore: 'Defected is not a record label anymore. We're much more than that.' (MBW
    • 2012 was the year that... EDM infiltrated everything. (Billboard
    • Boom, bust, rebirth - the decade US dance music grew up. (Magnetic
    • 11 ways dance music became more ethical this decade. (Mixmag
    • The 20 best DJ mixes of the decade 2010-2019. (Mixmag
    • DJ Mag's electronic albums that defined the decade. 
    • Renegade Riddims: Kyrist (DT
    • In conversation: Eli Brown (Magnetic
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this November. (DJ Mag
    • Meet Cera Khin, the Tunisian-born DJ bringing dark hardcore vibes to the techno floor. (Electronic Beats
    • Q&A: Sigma (M Magazine
    • Wild relief: RP Boo and SHERELLE discuss the power of footwork. (Mixmag
    • The radical noise of Shanghai's underground. (DJ Mag
    • How German festival Time Warp became a global techno brand: 'We are crazy for electronic music, we come from the dance floor'. (Billboard
    • The essence of Time Warp according to the DJs that play there. (Mixmag
    • Bloody Mary: Keeping the fire burning. (DJ Mag
    • Richard Fearless: Death In Vegas man goes it alone (iDJ)  
    • Turning it up a notch with RAM Records founder Andy C. (DA
    • Is virtual reality the future of DJing? (DJTechTools)
    • The Art Of DJing: Craig Richards (RA
    • The real life of an underground DJ. (DJ Mag - Part I / Part II)
    • The 40 greatest dance albums of the decade. (Billboard
    • The 60 greatest dance songs of the decade. (Billboard
    • The 22 artists who shaped the decade. (Mixmag
    • Richie Hawtin discusses his Close Combined project: 'If techno's mission is still about pushing forward, I want to embody that'. (Billboard
    • The Chemical Brothers are as big today as they were in the 1990s — yet they never had a plan. (FT)
    • 10 anthems from unit, Hamburg’s notorious early-’90s techno temple. (ElectronicBeats
    • 25 classic tracks from 25 years of Paper Recordings (Mixmag
    • Label of the month: Lucidflow (iDJ
    • 20 under-the-radar club tracks you need to hear: November 2019 (Fact
    • Fresh Kicks 126: Olivia (DJ Mag
    • On Cue: Jacques Greene (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: RMS (DT
    • A conversation with the team behind MUMA 2019, a dance music conference in Dortmund. (Electronic Beats
    • Russia's GAMMA festival: An experimental showcase where dance music is still misunderstood. (Mixmag
    • The enduring energy of Nottingham's DIY underground. (DJ Mag
    • The do’s and don’ts of music merchandising. (Spotify)
    • Madeon discusses good faith, moving to LA and more. (EDM.com
    • In Conversation: Harry Romero (Magnetic
    • 20 questions with Rusko. (Billboard
    • Discover the extreme hardcore-fueled sound of rising New York producer Kilbourne. (ElectronicBeats
    • Richie Hawtin interview (L.A Weekly
    • Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike talk about music, their Garden of Madness events, the DJ Mag Top 100 and more. (EDM.com)
    • HAAi describes her favorite chonks, talks new EP Systems Up, Windows Down. (Magnetic
    • TNGHT are right here, right now. (DJ Mag
    • This is The End, the club that changed London (DJ Mag
    • Label Of The Month: Warp Records (RA
    • Fresh Kicks 125: Liam Doc (DJ Mag
    • Gaint Swan: How I play live (DJ Mag
    • Get to know: Naina (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Alisha, purveyor of peak time rollers with plenty of groove. (Mixmag)
    • How to mix different genres and BPM. [video] (Point Blank Music School
    • Shanti Celeste’s 5 favorite B-sides [video] (Electronic Beats)  
    • The Art Of Production: Maya Jane Coles (RA
    • Yaeji’s Elancia party is a love letter to the crews that make New York's club scene. (Mixmag)
    • How Chinese tech giant ByteDance conquered the West with TikTok. (TelegraphBusiness)
    • How EDM conquered America in the 2010s. (Pitchfork
    • The mainstreaming of EDM and the precipitous drop that followed. (NPR
    • ADE 2019: by day / by night (iDJ) 
    • Glasgow Underground boss Kevin McKay dives into the history of sampling in dance music and what can be done to ensure sampling in the future. (Magnetic
    • A timeline of tech-house. (Mixmag
    • Grum interview (Magnetic
    • Ed Banger OG SebastiAn talks growing up on Thirst LP. (Billboard)
    • Róisín Murphy on the music that made her. (Pitchfork)
    • Why did TNGHT return after a seven-year break? 'No one really wanted us to go away in the first place' (Billboard
    • Why electronic artists like Rezz, Marshmello and Kayzo are making rock-influenced EDM. (Billboard
    • Anything goes in Berlin’s clubs. But are bouncers killing the vibe? (New York Times
    • Berlin Wall: 'Germany was first reunited on the dancefloor' (BBC
    • How the fall of the Berlin Wall forged an anarchic techno scene. (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
    • Best tunes in Ibiza clubs from September to October. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Label of the Month: Analogue Attic (RA
    • Fresh Kicks 123: Rees (DJ Mag
    • Dominik Eulberg: Desert Island Kit (DJ Mag
    • Take Ten: Steffi & Virginia choose the records that connect them. (DJ Mag
    • Where to Dance In: Atlanta (Billboard
    • Get To Know: Adiel (DJ Mag)  
    • Joyhauser: Belgian techno ambassadors (iDJ
    • One Cue: Barley Legal (DJ Mag
    • At home with: Cristoph. (DJ Mag
    • Stream age kicks: How streaming services are changing the game and sending UK artists global. (Standard)
    • Q&A: Ferry Corsten (DA
    • Interview with Brazilian electronic music duo Cat Dealers. (OneEDM
    • Goldroom interview. (DA
    • Rave is all the rage again and it's no nostalgia trip. (Metro)
    • Thunderdome: the Dutch rave with the world's fastest, hardest music (Guardian
    • Today, Patrick Cowley is barely known outside record-collecting circles: but his ecstatic electronic disco left an indelible mark on the music scene. (NewStatesman)
    • Tricky, a radical artist who stands alone. (DJ Mag)  
    • Maya Jane Coles gives a track-by-track breakdown of Full Circle, her latest LP as Nocturnal Sunshine. (Billboard
    • A conversation with Jayda G about Berlin, Significant Changes and environmental toxicology. (ElectronicBeats
    • “Sweat and hope and the love for music”: Meet the team behind Nyege Nyege Festival. (Mixmag)
    • The Nashville House Syndicate is the Music City’s electronic rebellion. (Mixmag
    • ADE19: Paving the way for transformation in electronic music. (Magnetic
    • Marshmello manager Moe Shalizi talks about breaking Dance/Electronic songs chart history with Happier. (Billboard
    • Flume: “I'm happy to be called EDM... call me whatever you want” (Mixmag
    • The month's best mixes: digital sludge, techno slammers and Kylie. (Guardian
    • Get to know: Johanna Knutsson (DJ Mag
    • Minimal Violence: How I play live. (DJ Mag
    • In the Studio: Apparat (XLR8R
    • Renegade Riddims: Frenetic & Natty D (DT
    • 20 questions with Jacques Greene. (Billboard
    • 20 questions with Griz. (Billboard
    • Ibiza 2019 in retrospect | What the DJs had to say. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Secret Project fulfils the appetite for raw underground dance music in LA. (Mixmag
    • On its 20 year anniversary, Fabric remains one of the world's most impactful nightclubs. (Billboard)
    • Barker: The paradise engineer. (DJ Mag
    • The driving force of Shinichiro Yokota and Soichi Terada. (DJ Mag
    • Patrick Cowley, the gay genius of Hi-NRG. (DJ Mag
    • Interview: Moodymann (RA
    • Industry executives answer the question for emerging artists, “If I was an emerging artist and I had £1,000 to spend then…”. (Sentric
    • Sonic Futures: How technology is guiding electronic music. (Fact
    • Amsterdam Dance Event 2019: Five key performances. (RA
    • The best and worst of Amsterdam Dance Event 2019. (Billboard)
    • Charlotte de Witte is a force of nature. (Mixmag
    • The 15 best tech house tracks of September 2019. (Magnetic
    • 7 must-hear mixes from September 2019 (Fact
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this October. (DJ Mag
    • Take Ten: Goldie selects jungle and drum & bass classics from his collection. (DJ Mag
    • Label Of The Month: Flashmob Records (iDJ)
    • On Cue: Anja Schneider (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Charli Brix (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 122: Hyph11E (DJ Mag
    • Stihia: An electronic dawn in Uzbekistan. (RA
    • 10 ways Ibiza will change in 2020. (Mixmag
    • INSTA DJ - Social media and the new age dancefloor.[video] (Pioneer DJ
    • Juan Atkins: The Originator [video] (Electronic Beats
    • How Twitter changed music. (Pitchfork
    • How social virtual reality will ramp up the music experience. (Forbes)
    • As the conversation about how artists can best navigate the streaming economy develops, many musicians and labels are moving towards more independent platforms including Bandcamp, selling their music and growing their fanbase with greater control over their output and finances. (DJ Mag)
    • Can electronic music be made with metal cans and car parts? Kokoko! says yes. (Billboard
    • Stellar OM Source: No more nights alone. (RA
    • DJ Bone and the power of charity through raving. (Mixmag
    • How DJ Harvey's Pikes Ibiza residency became one of the island's coolest events. (Billboard
    • DJ Harvey: "I’m most definitely not a disco DJ... I'm just a DJ" (Mixmag
    • How Frankfurt’s ’80s tape scene laid the foundation for the city’s techno renaissance. (ElectronicBeats
    • David Guetta talks about his new track with MORTEN, taking a break from producing pop hits, and David Greta memes. (EDM.com
    • Defected Records founder Simon Dunmore explains how the label overcame the EDM boom. (Billboard
    • Deep Inside: October 2019’s must-hear house and techno. (Fact
    • 10 uplifting records from DJ Harvey's magical Pikes Ibiza party. (Mixmag)
    • October: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag)  
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: October 2019 (Billboard
    • In Conversation with… Danny Howard (DT
    • Renegade Riddims: Asterix (DT
    • Positive vibrations: Kamma (DJ Mag
    • The Shock of the Future film aims to "speak for the overlooked female pioneers of electronic music". (Mixmag
    • The best and worst of CRSSD 2019, a boutique electronic festival for the streaming era. (Billboard
    • Moving mountains: How a community of electronic artists are capturing the imagination of Kathmandu. (DJ Mag
    • Ano 0 is the community-led festival unifying Lisbon's electronic underground. (DJ Mag
    • Where to Dance In: Miami (Billboard
    • Preview: ADE 2019 (iD
    • These are the top events at ADE 2019. (DJ Mag
    • Navigating Amsterdam Dance Event: Where to get the week’s best house, techno, bass, and electronica. (DJ Mag
    • How TikTok changed the way we discovered music in 2019. (Junkee)
    • How Spotify’s algorithm knows exactly what you want to listen to. (OneZero
    • The art of production: Surgeon. (RA
    • Nothing Else Matters for BBC Radio 1 dance music tastemaker, Danny Howard. (Sun)
    • Sofi Tukker talks new EP Dancing on the People, Brown University, spirituality and more. (Magnetic
    • 20 questions with David Guetta. (Billboard
    • Floating Points: The ecology of sound. (DJ Mag
    • Dixon and Âme on fusing technology with the dancefloor through Transmoderna. (Mixmag)
    • Richie Hawtin, renaissance man of techno, on bridging technology and creativity. (Forbes)
    • The 15 best techno tracks of September 2019. (Magnetic
    • 20 under-the-radar club tracks you need to hear: September 2019. (Fact
    • Emperor Machine: How I play live (DJ Mag
    • TSHA: Desert Island Kit (DJ Mag
    • Meet the MC: Master Peace (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 120: Tash LC (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Tephra & Arkoze (DT
    • Get to know Sama’, the Palestinian artist bringing techno to the West Bank. (Mixmag
    • Get to know Anz, the DJ that'll give you the hardest club workout you've ever had. (Mixmag
    • EX.477 Richie Hawtin (RA
    • In conversation with… Dirtybird’s label manager Deron Delgado. (DT
    • The sound of: Kompakt (DJ Mag
    • Dimension's immersive new show is a futuristic take on live drum'n'bass. (RB)
    • Discovering the spirit of inclusivity on the dancefloor at Absolut + elrow's The Gardenarium. (Mixmag
    • 'People are forever chasing an idea of success': 10 things we learned at Paris Electronic Week's Mental Health Panel. (Billboard
    • The ecstasy and pain of NYC's lost LGBTQ dance scene. (Billboard
    • Boiler Room connects global underground club culture to music fans at home, and has made the careers of a new generation of DJs. (Guardian)
    • He’s the trance titan whose band Faithless got the world raving. She’s the angel-voiced sister whose talent he couldn’t see. Rollo and Dido talk about euphoria and cancer. (Guardian)
    • Sam Feldt talks about why he started the Heartfeldt Foundation, a new development of an online eco-friendly merchandise store and his latest track Post Malone feat Rani. (Magnetic
    • Eclair Fifi and Afrodeutsche talk Aphex Twin, family raving and techno musical chairs. (Mixmag
    • The lost souls of Saturn: How Seth Troxler is transcending his 'party guy' days. (Mixmag
    • 11 tracks that define the sound of canonical Berlin techno party Grounded Theory. (Electronic Beats)  
    • 10 early-’00s big room house tracks that can still be used to pump up dance floors today. (Electronic Beats
    • Label of the Month: Snatch! Records (iDJ
    • Renegade Riddims: Aaron Jay & J-Skeptik (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 119: Ziúr (DJ Mag
    • Desert Island Kit: Johannes Brecht (DJ Mag
    • Watch the Ultra Miami 2019 Aftermovie (UMF TV
    • An oral history of the Miami Mobile DJ scene. (RBMA
    • The BPM Festival was a house and techno paradise on the beaches of Portimão. (Mixmag)
    • 25 years of Wiggle with Terry Francis, Eddie Richards and Nathan Coles. (iDJ
    • Polo & Pan soundtrack life on tour ahead of CRSSD festival. (Mixmag
    • MOGUAI mixed vinyl back in the day, but he's just as excited about the future of deejaying and music. (EDM.com
    • Sofi Tukker interview (Billboard
    • In conversation with Solomun (Ibiza Spotlight
    • RYBO, Lubelski, and Wyatt Marshall talk giving back to house music with Percomaniacs. (DA
    • Illenium on new album, ascend, and the tour of its namesake. (EDM.com
    • Q&A | Klingande (Flaunt
    • Deadmau5 reveals how he coded his own tour. (Billboard
    • How Paranoid London redefined acid house from their Hackney studio. (DJ Mag
    • Meetsss is the dance-centric music industry conference for and by women -- and everyone's invited. (Billboard
    • Surrounded by Machines: Electronic music runs through Georgia Barnes DNA. (Mixmag
    • How TOKiMONSTA reclaimed her art. (DJ Mag
    • On Cue: Joe (DJ Mag)  
    • Fresh Kicks 118: Long Island Sound (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Fascad (DT
    • Protest through djing: Meet the artists putting Georgia on the electronic music map (Mixmag
    • Yosi Horikawa travels the world's most obscure corners to source unique field recordings. (Mixmag)
    • How rising Dutch artist upsammy creates space with her music. (Electronic Beats
    • HAAi talks about her record label and upcoming Ibiza gigs at Pacha and Pikes. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • ADD Festival is the unofficial relaunch party of Athens' electronic music community. (Mixmag
    • Dallas: electro's second city. (RA
    • Avicii continues to shape the mental health conversation in dance music. (DJ Mag
    • How sampling and streaming are changing the future of music. (Verge - podcasts)
    • Jumpin Jack Frost is breaking the stigma around mental health. (DJ Mag
    • Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) director Mariana Sanchotene comments on electronic music’s rise to the top and the natural connection between the genre and technology. (IQ)
    • Richie Hawtin interview on the release of his audiovisual mix album CLOSE COMBINED: "I do not want to just play your favourite records" (Groove
    • Paranoid London break their no-interviews rule to talk clearing dancefloors in Ibiza, giving two fingers to minimal – and the joys of banging acid house. (Mixmag)
    • How Ecuador's relative isolation is cultivating a unique electronic scene. (Mixmag)
    • Get to know O'Flynn, the Four Tet and Bonobo-approved artist making drum-led dancefloor bangers. (Mixmag)
    • Through 20 years of hard graft, Belgrade's foremost music journalist became Serbia's breakout DJ. Tijana T tells Gabriel Szatan how she made her transition. (RA)
    • In Conversation with elrow’s Creative Director Jo Vidler. (DT)
    • It's no secret that vinyl records are becoming more popular, but soon vinyl sales will earn more revenue than that of CDs. (DA)
    • Illenium on his new record ‘Ascend’, being candid about his personal experiences and Australian tour plans. (MusicFeeds)
    • Deep Inside: September 2019’s must-hear house and techno. (Fact)
    • TJ Hertz, AKA Objekt, grew up without a clue electronic music existed. Now he’s the genre’s most cutting-edge star – but the studio still gives him the jitters. (Guardian)
    • Six By Six: Huxley (IDJ) 36 of his all-time favourite records.
    • Josh Pan talks career, culture and more. (EDM)
    • Haitian music flag bearer Michael Brun interviewed. (EDM)
    • Electric Zoo: My first ever festival (EDM)
    • Rodriguez JR: How I play live. (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Octo Pi (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 116: DJ Plead (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Euphonique, the DJ here to give you a heavy jungle workout. (Mixmag)  
    • Hot new tracks for September 2019 (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Deuce & Charger: 5 tracks from our childhoods we still love. (DT
    • The 27 best mixes of the year so far (Mixmag
    • An ode to the fanny pack, a 90's rave classic. (Mixmag
    • Dimensions Festival 2019: Five key performances (RA
    • Meet Drömfakulteten, the collective behind some of Sweden’s most forward-thinking new music. (ElectronicBeats
    • The reality of syncs: The ease (or difficulty) in getting placements. (Synchtank)
    • The sound of: L.I.E.S (DJ Mag
    • Glitterbox and New York's House of Yes are a flamboyant match made in heaven. (Mixmag
    • The new faces of Hyperdub. (DJ Mag)  
    • RayRay talks Yellow Claw cosign, Alien Invasion EP and more. (Billboard
    • Q&A: Trentemøller (XLR8R
    • Interview: DJ Dirty South (OneEDM
    • Seb Fontaine interview (iDJ
    • CamelPhat: "We never play the same set twice, you just can't" (Metro)
    • Two decades after its disastrous launch, Goldie’s second LP is being reissued. He talks about his path from coked-up raver to national treasure – and reconciling with his mum. (Guardian)
    • Carl Cox talks to Tiga about what he'd play at his last DJ set ever for his new Last Party On Earth podcast. (Mixmag
    • Soul on wheels: How music for the roller rink impacted the club. (RA
    • The use of ghost producers is seen as cheating by many in dance music, but producers have been working with studio collaborators and engineers for decades. Matt Anniss explores the taboo topic. (DJ Mag
    • Metronomy's Joe Mount and Róisín Murphy talk house music, touring and experimentalism. (Mixmag
    • The 15 best techno tracks of August 2019. (Magnetic
    • My Tech: DJ and Musician Derrick May. (Metro)
    • Derrick May: How I play live. (DJ Mag)  
    • Renegade Riddims: Amy B (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 115: Amazondotcom (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Lauren Flax, the artist delivering raw and powerful dancefloor energy. (Mixmag
    • September: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag
    • Exploring Tokyo's buzzing dance music scene with BudX. (Mixmag
    • NAAFI are redefining Mexican club music. (DJ Mag
    • AI and Music, part 2. (iDJ
    • The thud, thud, thud of techno music leaves no space for bad thoughts. (Guardian)
    • The art of DJing: Tijana T (RA
    • Electronic dance music and ‘algorave’ — how live coding got cool. (FT)
    • Not Dead: How punk inspires dance music's innovators. (Mixmag
    • Interview: William Black shares deeply vulnerable life story in debut Pages LP. (EDM.com
    • Interview: Aitor Ronda (iDJ
    • Sunscreem: The veteran duo discuss how things have changed since the rave era. (iDJ)  
    • Krewella talk Mana music video and new empowered sound. (Billboard
    • Interview: Velvet Code (EDMTunes
    • Diplo talks Missy Elliott's impact and wanting to get a picture with Lil Nas X at VMAs. (Billboard
    • Sigma talk new album, SW4 and fans getting risky. (Star)
    • The many faces of Seth Troxler. (DJ Mag
    • Long-time friends Sven Väth and Underworld talk about sleeping in Ibiza forests, why vinyl won't die and marathon DJ sets. [video] (Mixmag
    • Africa is not a jungle: How Black Coffee is leading a music industry revolution. (Mixmag
    • 10 Leeds DJs you need to hear. (Mixmag
    • Label of the month: Rephlex (RA
    • On cue: Ruf Dug (DJ Mag)  
    • Renegade riddims: Think Tonk (DT
    • Recognise: Anz (DJ Mag
    • Fresh kicks 114: rkss (DJ Mag
    • Everything you need to know about Eagles & Butterflies. (Billboard
    • Toolroom DJs share their favourite tracks of the summer. (IbizaSpotlight
    • Monstercat events head, Ben, talks Compound, the industry, and more. (DMNW
    • Art cars, Plug and Play and Playa Tech: How electronic music culture is evolving at Burning Man. (Billboard
    • The do's & don'ts of sample clearances. (Spotify
    • The new school of UKG. (DJ Mag
    • Techno is booming in Germany’s smaller cities, and Schwerin’s tanztag club proves it. (ElectronicBeats
    • From B-Boy to DJ: Boca 45 draws on funk breaks for his new album, Forty Five. (DJ Mag
    • Italian producer Zoibaf dives into his love of Avicii, the inspiration behind his music, and his future as a musician. (EDM.com
    • From Kiev to Ibiza: an interview with ARTBAT. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Compton-raised Channel Tres is taking his West Coast-inspired dance music worldwide. (Billboard
    • 20 questions with Illenium: The producer discusses his success, Sadboi status and new album Ascend. (Billboard
    • Madeon discusses his meticulous process, and why he’s happiest when he’s working. (DJ Magazine
    • Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz and his team are behind some of dance music’s most extravagant and tech-forward events, the latest is EPIC 6.0: Holosphere. (Verge)
    • The 15 best chill dance tracks of July 2019. (Magnetic
    • 7 must-hear mixes from July 2019. (Fact
    • 5 house anthems that always work on Ibiza. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • The best tracks of the 2019 Ibiza season. (Mixmag
    • 5 facts, 5 tracks with Serge Santiago. (DT
    • Joey Daniel: Desert Island Kit (DJ Mag
    • On Cue: Nightwave (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Nelver (DJ Mag
    • Get to know: VTSS (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Catnapp, the Berlin-based producer blurring the lines between rave and punk. (Mixmag
    • Get to know Moscoman (Electronic Beats
    • Watch Black to Techno - a short film on the lineage of Detroit techno. (Gucci
    • In conversation: Jeremy Oldander [Vivrant] (Magnetic)  
    • The art of production: Paula Temple (RA
    • Meet the vinyl fiend with one of the biggest record collections in Ibiza. (Mixmag
    • Solid Gold: The remarkable influence of Detroit techno's first album, Enter by Cybotron. (DJ Mag)  
    • Love Dancin is the audiophile soundsystem bringing sonic perfection to festivals. (Mixmag
    • Armada: Inside the world's biggest independent dance label. (BBC
    • Trax Records' Rachael Cain talks house music's 'enduring, spiritual' quality on the label's 35th anniversary. (Billboard
    • Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy: The art of listening (DJ Mag
    • Netsky, Jauz and Slushii interview. (EDM.com
    • Ellis talks about bootlegs, setbacks, and the exciting story of his first big milestone as a producer. (EDM.com
    • DJ and sound artist Kayla Painter uses everything from electronic beats to splashing water in her work. (Standard)
    • Kayzo Comes 'Unleashed': How the genre-bending producer bridged rock and electronic music on new album. (Billboard
    • "This ship never sinks": How Hot Since 82 battled grief to make an album supporting mental health. (Mixmag
    • Jonas Blues talks Tiesto collaboration, staying fit on the road and more. (EDM.com)  
    • Fabio Florido explains his Kuukou Records release and being a PLAYdifferently ambassador. (Inflyte
    • Deena Abdelwahed's intense, experimental sonics are the product of political strife. (Mixmag
    • DJ Craze talks artificial intelligence, tech and the future of DJing (DJ Mag
    • She’s got a fashion label, a million Instagram followers and her own festival – but it’s Peggy Gou’s ‘k-house’ that has made her the hottest DJ on the planet. (Guardian)
    • Hyperdub: Another future is possible. (DJ Mag
    • Deadmau5' manager Dean Wilson shares seven tips on how to become a dance music star. (Billboard
    • Derrick May talks Detroit, the state of the scene and his orchestra work. (Mixmag
    • Deep inside: August 2019’s must-hear house and techno. (Fact
    • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of July 2019. (Magnetic
    • The 15 best techno tracks of July 2019. (Magnetic
    • Hot new tracks for August 2019 (IbizaSpotlight
    • 20 under-the-radar club tracks you need to hear: July 2019. (Fact
    • The 21 best electronic songs right now. (Fader)
    • 10 killer acid techno tracks according to Unsound-affiliated Polish selector Olivia. (ElectronicBeats
    • The sound of: Local Action (DJ Mag
    • Take ten: Blanck Mass (DJ Mag
    • Breaking through: Afrodeutsche (RA)
    • Renegade riddims: Hollie-May (DT)
    • Fresh kicks 113: Sissel Wincent (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Seb Wildblood, the producer serving up hazy house nostalgia. (Mixmag
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this August. (DJ Mag
    • August: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: August 2019 (Billboard
    • How to holiday like a VIP on a budget in Ibiza 2019. (Mixmag
    • The best ways to keep your Burning Man fashion eco-friendly. (Mixmag
    • Dekmantel festival further cemented its position as one of the best festivals in the world. (Mixmag
    • Dekmantel Festival 2019: Five key performances (RA
    • Grandma Techno shares her love for Movement, Detroit and life. (Mixmag
    • Meet the minds behind Parametric Records. (EDM.com
    • Berserk dancehall: How Equiknoxx caught the world's attention. (Mixmag
    • The unrelenting strength of Kuduro, Lisbon's most exciting sound. (DJ Mag
    • Understanding the enigmatic techno of Anna [Interview] (EDM.com
    • Noel Gallagher talks about the life-changing impact The Haçienda, rave culture and acid house had on him. (Guardian)  
    • How we made Good Life: Paris Grey and Kevin Saunderson on Inner City's house classic. (Guardian
    • BPM Supreme CEO Angel 'Arock' Castillo: "We're always thinking of new ways to keep innovating". (Mixmag
    • Family business: Five famous DJs whose children followed in their footsteps. (Billboard
    • Zedd talks about upcoming Orbit Tour and testing out Columbia's new shoe line: 'To me, shoes are art'. (Billboard
    • Label of the month: Kimochi (RA
    • On Cue: Ethiopian Records (DJ Mag
    • My Tech: DJ Monki (Metro)
    • Renegade Riddims: Tekitoka (DT
    • Fresh Kicks 112: DJ Delish (DJ Mag
    • The 20 best US rave anthems of the '90s. (Mixmag
    • July's best music (RA
    • Get to know Seattle’s next big thing: Fluencie (DMNW
    • Get to know Imogen, the fast-rising techno artist who's proving age is just a number. (Mixmag
    • 11 DJs who wear masks and the stories behind them. (Billboard
    • Six By Six: Rasmus Faber (iDJ
    • Love Dancin is the audiophile soundsystem bringing sonic perfection to festivals. (Mixmag
    • Meet the underground crews transforming Miami's rave landscape. (DJ Mag
    • How the women of dance music have taken over high fashion. (Mixmag
    • How TikTok became the music discovery platform for the smartphone generation. (CNBC
    • The Great Annual Ibiza Debate: 2019 (IMS
    • Game Changer: How Tangerine Dream's Phaedra set the template for ambient electronics. (DJ Mag
    • Sónar has always sought to support talent from its home country, and this year its programme highlighted the incredible creativity of Spain’s electronic music scene in 2019. (DJ Mag
    • Shambhala through the ages: The evolution of a raver (DMNW
    • Velvet Code interview (EDM.com
    • Skin Teeth: Hardcore will never die! (iDJ
    • Fabio & Grooverider's Rage Night was the fiery crucible where jungle and drum 'n' bass were formed. (Mixmag
    • Nina Kraviz and Parris Mitchell talk record obsessions, ghetto-house and creativity. (Mixmag)
    • Kings of House NYC (Louie Vega & David Morales) talk Ibiza expense, phone addiction and 51st State. (Mixmag
    • Inside the winning, spinning world of Steve Aoki, music’s $30 million DJ. (Forbes)
    • David Guetta talks about the pressure of stardom and his love for making house records as alter-ego Jack Back. (Sun)
    • Carl Cox: "Police used to tap my phone and intercept my van on the way to parties" (Mixmag)
    • Seth Troxler discusses the evolution of Ibiza and gentrification of electronic music. (Billboard
    • Queensyze: Canada's fastest-rising techno star. (iDJ
    • Renegade Riddims: Kolectiv (DT)
    • Fresh Kicks 111. Bergdonist (DJ Mag)  
    • Get to know: Zamilska (DJ Mag
    • Take ten: Enzo Siragusa picks the tracks that have inspired him. (DJ Mag
    • The 10 best Rezz songs. (Billboard
    • The 10 best early 90s trance tracks. (Mixmag
    • The 15 best bass music tracks of June 2019 (Magnetic
    • Sónar 2019: Five key performances (RA
    • 15 years in, Tomorrowland is a spectacle of both massive size and thoughtful detail. (Billboard
    • Post-PC Music: How the London label inspired a new stage in the pop continuum. (Mixmag
    • Forging electronic futures in Karachi. (DJ Mag
    • DANCE OR DIE: How Nic Fanciulli is bringing a warehouse vibe to Ibiza. (Mixmag
    • Joeski: 30 years on and still going strong… (iDJ
    • "This is what my life is" - Elephante talks new tour and upcoming album. (EDM.com
    • Lee Burridge and Lost Desert speak with each other about their new album, surviving the elements, and more. (DA
    • Real Talk: Agoria (XLR8R
    • Jayda G: breaking through, to a disco beat. (DJ Mag
    • Richie Hawtin talks about his music history and new app and release CLOSER and CLOSE Combined. [podcast] (ElectronicBeats
    • Label of the month: Senso Sounds (IDJ
    • Ben Pearce: Desert Island Kit (DJ Mag
    • Get to know Distinkt, the producer with the big-league bass co-signs. (Mixmag)
    • Bubblin' Up: Little Snake (XLR8R
    • Get to know: Baltra (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 110: Holly Lester (DJ Mag
    • Take Ten: 16B picks the tracks that have inspired him. (DJ Mag
    • Best tunes in Ibiza clubs from June to July. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • How Nation of Gonwana became one of Germany's most cherished techno festivals. (ElectronicBeats)
    • The renegade soundsystems of California that shaped West Coast rave culture. (DJ Mag
    • La Ruta: The rise and fall of dance music in Valencia. (RA
    • One dance: Ghana's Asa Baako is the festival set on uniting African music lovers. (Mixmag
    • Dreams of the future: Reimagining techno's sci-fi foundations. (DJ Mag)  
    • Trax Records: The beats go on for Chicago’s premiere label for house music. (ChicagoSunTimes
    • How Chicago built house music from the ashes of disco. [video] (Vox
    • Welcome to the play house: Cassy's party is breaking the male-led mould in Ibiza. (Mixmag
    • Idris Elba is one of the busiest men in music. (Complex
    • Catching up with Gabriel and Dresden before the Gorge. (DMNW
    • Diplo talks about his Burning Man fundraiser. (EDM.com
    • Shimza on South Africa's DIY party scene, giving back and his Eminence EP. (Billboard
    • How party streaming platform Cercle hosts Shows at the Eiffel Tower, a remote Bolivian salt flat and more. (Billboard
    • EX.466 IMS Panel: Where is club culture headed? (RA
    • SOPHIE: Changing the narrative. (DJ Mag
    • Set Mo: How I play live. (DJ Mag
    • On Cue: Om Unit. (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Task Horizon. (DT
    • Get to know Terr, the producer making moody techno-disco. (Mixmag)  
    • Recognise: Air Max '97 (DJ Mag
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this July. (DJ Mag
    • 7 must-hear mixes from June 2019. (Fact
    • The 15 best drum & bass tracks of June 2019. (Magnetic
    • 20 under-the-radar club tracks you need to hear from June 2019. (Fact
    • Deep Inside: July 2019’s must-hear house and techno playlist. (Fact
    • Watch Dekmantel new documentary on the seminal Dutch techno label Djax Records. (Electronicbeats
    • IICON in Glastonbury's Block9 is a festival wonder up with the world's best. (Mixmag
    • Meet the artists shaping Japan's vital techno underground. (DJ Mag
    • Meet the women transforming northern Ireland's electronic music scene. (i-D
    • The future of music: An interview with Zach Katz. (MBJ)
    • Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein talk through the Stranger Things 3 soundtrack. (Mixmag
    • Sinistarr: D&B that's worth waiting for. (iDJ
    • Bob Sinclar talks about new venture Electrico Romantico. (IbizaSpotlight
    • Underground house music DJ/producer, Alex Arnout, opens up on mental health awareness and why it is a topic that is high on the agenda in the clubbing scene. (Sun)
    • Interview: Lady Faith is here to Paint It Black. (Magnetic
    • He’s the superstar DJ with billions of streams to his name and a schedule that will leave you dizzy. Peter Robinson spends a rare calm moment with Diplo. (Standard)
    • Liberating potential: How Cyberspeak tears the fabric of rave reality. (Mixmag
    • Spanish party company elrow pushes the limits of EDM by leaning on the absurd. (Billboard
    • Hï Ibiza's Yann Pissenem: "It was a big bet to take over from Pepe Rosello's legacy with Space". (Mixmag
    • Pan: How Bill Kouligas and his clubland cohorts built an experimental empire. (Mixmag
    • Burn the house down: Baltimore's house scene is bubbling up again. (Mixmag
    • Mark Gillespie, founder of Three Six Zero and manager to Calvin Harris profile and interview: 'This is the most exciting time the music business has ever known.' (MBW)
    • Fresh Kicks 109: Lamin Fofana (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Nvrsoft (DT
    • Adeline: Sweden's hottest musical export. (iDJ
    • Ask the Experts: LTJ Bukem (XLR8R
    • Billboard Dance emerging artists: July 2019 (Billboard
    • July: Six new artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag)
    • The best photos so far from Arcadia's Pangea stage at Glastonbury. (Mixmag
    • The 15 best techno tracks of June 2019. (Magnetic
    • The 15 best house tracks of June 2019. (Magnetic
    • June's best music. (RA
    • Glastonbury Festival 2019: Five key performances. (RA
    • Kontaktor 2019: Latvia’s growing techno scene is a reminder of a land before brands. (Fact
    • Sounds of the Future: How Sónar became the world’s leading festival of electronic music and art. (DJ Mag
    • Cancellations, controversies and refunds: how to programme a music festival. (NewStatesman)
    • DJ Mag's Ibiza guide 2019. 
    • Gotta get up: Meet the dancers of Ibiza. (Mixmag
    • Fatboy Slim and Julien Temple on the changing face of Ibiza: ‘People don’t really dance anymore. They just stand, holding up phones’. (iNews)
    • Dallas Electro: The unlikely story of the hard-hitting Texan underground. (DJ Mag
    • 'Michael Eavis didn't know what dance music is': a history of rave at Glastonbury. (Guardian
    • LSDXOXO: Sexy, psychedelic club. (RA
    • A conversation with Why Be on Yegorka, the changing face of Berlin and redefining modern club music. (ElectronicBeats
    • Saytek on playing live, working with Carl Cox and his love of social media. (Sun)
    • Carl Cox, Nic Fanciulli and Derrick May talk about why the Kappa FuturFestival in Turin, Italy, is a jewel in the crown of electronic music festivals. (Sun
    • Stanton Warriors: "It's time for a more underground sound to rise" (DJ Mag
    • Goldroom talks about how sampling himself opened up a whole new avenue for musical inspiration and exploration. (Magnetic
    • Why Purple Disco Machine bought the Roland Juno-106 synth twice. (DJ Mag
    • Porter Robinson explains the impetus to create Second Sky Festival: 'It helps the audience understand me better'. (Billboard
    • Daniel Avery: “I want to play as much to the people in the back corner as those people down the front going crazy”. (NME
    • Stardust on the gay bars, firings and failures that led to Music Sounds Better With You. (Billboard)
    • Peggy Gou is kicking her electronic music career to the next level. (NewYorkTimes
    • How Richie Hawtin transformed electronic music again and again and again. (Mixmag
    • Label of the month: Sähkö (RA
    • Renegade Riddims: Mountain (DT
    • Henry Hacking - A house name to watch in 2019 (iDJ
    • On The Road with... John Digweed. (Metro)
    • Artist Tips: Kate Simko (LR8R)  
    • In conversation with Wez Saunders. (DT
    • In conversation: Daniel Miller at Moogfest 2019 (Magnetic
    • The 10 best Polish techno tracks. (Mixmag
    • 10 Essential Boards of Canada tracks. (Billboard
    • The best of Philippe Zdar: 10 essential productions. (Mixmag
    • DJing slow, fast and everything in between. (RBMA
    • A 10 track guide to the funky world of old-school disco re-edit services. (ElectronicBeats
    • The art of DJing: Derrick Carter (RA
    • The sound of: Astrophonica (DJ Mag
    • Norman Cook has spent three decades blowing away the Ibiza party crowd. He talks about why he teamed up with Julien Temple to make a ‘silent’ film about the island’s past. (Guardian)
    • Fatboy Slim and Julien Temple's silent film about Ibiza is 'an intervention' for the island. (Mixmag)  
    • Inside YouTube Music Presents: Marshmello spotlight fan experience. (Billboard
    • Volvox: The techno firebrand raised in the rave. (DJ Mag
    • Interview: Opolopo (iDJ
    • Holy Ghost! takes us to the disco on Work, their first album in 6 years. (Billboard
    • Saturday Night Session 024: Tritonal opens up about what could be their most personal body of work to date and craft custom mix to celebrate the release of U&ME. (DA
    • Hannah Wants talks tunes, tour life and Love Somebody. (EDM.com
    • Behind the rise and risks of artist-driven dance music festivals. (Billboard
    • Intense and cathartic: How Object Blue's creative fixation ignites her groundbreaking music. (Mixmag
    • The Chemical Brothers - a band striving to stay vital to a new generation of ravers. (NME)
    • 'What I made before was fiction. Now, I'm designing a life': Madeon discusses his new album and next act. (Billboard
    • Stockholm Syndrome: How Kornél Kovács' hometown inspires his playful productions. (Mixmag
    • How Stardust’s Music Sounds Better With You inadvertently changed the face of house music. (DJ Mag
    • Label of the month: Sous Music (iDJ
    • Renegade Riddims: Polaris (DT
    • 12 emerging artists you need to hear this June. (DJ Mag
    • The 38 best tracks of 2019 so far. (Mixmag
    • Best tunes in Ibiza clubs May - June 2019 (Ibiza Spotlight
    • Richie Hawtin: Exclusive playlist. (Mixmag)
    • Sex, techno, feminism: inside a new generation of queer parties. (RA
    • How Renegade Soundwave's The Phantom paved the way for the UK's gritty rave sound. (DJ Mag
    • A day in the life: International Music Summit Ibiza 2019 (DA
    • How electronic artists are reshaping Ghana's music scene. (DJ Mag)
    • How Poland's radical DIY club scene became an international rave haven. (DJ Mag
    • Logos on the classic methods behind his genre-bending club and ambient experiments. (Fact)
    • Bassnectar talks Tempo of Dreams and the art of mixtapes. (Billboard
    • Hayden James is getting his moment in the sun with new album. (Billboard
    • Cheat Codes talk about their new single, working with Kaskade, and more. (DA
    • Arcadia co-founders Pip Rush and Bert Cole talk about their brand new creation Pangea. (Mixmag
    • Steve Lawler: "Ibiza has lost its balance". (Mixmag
    • RIP Philippe Zdar: The energising force behind decades of beloved music. (Mixmag
    • Adam Beyer: Techno's uncompromising kingpin. (DJ Mag)  
    • Richie Hawtin: Techno’s future-focused pioneer. (DJ Mag
    • After Avicii died last year, his family decided that his album Tim should be completed. How did the chosen collaborators handle such a sensitive task? (Guardian - Lauren Martin)
    • How the Moscow bass scene is tearing down the city's techno barriers. (DJMag)
    • Can China’s underground club culture survive the country’s rise in state surveillance and control? (Mixmag)
    • Gala festival is fast becoming one of dance music's happy places. (Mixmag)
    • How Birmingham is building the underground scene it deserves. (Mixmag)
    • Drezo talks new EP series, hip-hop origins, and disregard for genre tags. (DA)
    • Prospa dig into their record bag. (Clash)
    • Everyman superstar DJ Carl Cox on techno, Ibiza, Burning Man and life in the fast lane. (Forbes)
    • On Cue: Marlon Hoffstadt (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: D.R.K (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 106: Bambooman (Kirk Barley) (DJ Mag
    • Get to know: Jabru (DJ Mag
    • Get to know: Elliot Adamson (Mixmag
    • 7 must-hear mixes from May 2019. (RA
    • The 15 best techno tracks of May 2019. (Magnetic
    • The 15 best house tracks of May 2019. (Magnetic)  
    • Hot new tracks for June 2019. (Ibiza Spotlight
    • June: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag
    • Festival fiasco: Poorly organized events are putting you at risk. (Mixmag
    • 20 European techno festivals that you should go to this summer. (ElectronicBeats
    • Nuits Sonores 2019: Five key performances. (RA
    • AVA Festival 2019: Five key performances. (RA
    • Daisybelle gives her 5 inspirational producers. (DT
    • The enigmatic Claptone shares ten hot tracks for the summer. (Sun
    • Crazy P pick ten tracks that influence their sound. (DJ Mag
    • Spitting Image: Meet the electronic artists collaborating with their artificial twins. (RA
    • Labour of love: Krystal Klear is riding a wave of well-earned euphoria. (Mixmag
    • W&W talk rave culture, new music, production and career tips. (YourEDM
    • Andrew Rayel talks about hosting inHARMONY’s inaugural stage at EDC Las Vegas and growing the label. (DA)  
    • Prince Fox redefines the line between pop and dance music. (EDM.com
    • ARTY talks through his creative process creating new genre-blurring Sunshine. (DA
    • DJs of the future don't spin records - they write code. (Wired)
    • Kolsch breaks down his flight-inspired Fabric Presents: Kolsch mix album. (Billboard
    • Avicii's father, Klas Bergling, talks about the Tim Bergling Foundation: 'We want results. We don't want to sit and talk and spend money'. (Billboard
    • Label of the Month: Pangea Recordings (iDJ
    • Renegade Riddims: Clouwds (DT)
    • Get to know Sally C. (Mixmag
    • The 15 best house tracks of May 2019. (Magnetic
    • Listen to WHIPPED CREAM’s stunning set at EDC’s Circuit Grounds. (DA
    • Tiny but fierce: How La Cheetah became a Glasgow clubbing institution. (Mixmag
    • Meet Kikelomo: The London-born DJ bringing UK sounds to the Berlin underground. (ElectronicBeats
    • Movement 2019: Five key performances. (RA
    • Carl Cox picks his top 5 festival memories. (Mixmag
    • The making of Minimal Nation, Robert Hood’s techno masterpiece. (RBMA
    • The art of production: Paul Woolford. (RA
    • Artist, engineer and producer Alex Tepper interview. (Magnetic
    • Mihalis Safras talks about his music, working with Green Velvet, and discussions about mental health in the electronic music scene. (Decoded
    • Griz, the Face of MeUndies' 2019 Pride Collection, talks learning to love himself. (Billboard
    • Jan Blomqvist interview. (EDMTunes
    • Crispy urban house originators Mat.Joe discuss fusing hip-hop, soul and tech house into a unique sound. (Magnetic
    • Paula Temple: Techno for the apocalypse. (DJ Mag
    • Cedric Gervais and Epizode discuss Asia's festival scene with BUDX. (Mixmag
    • How the Amiga Commodore 500 kick-started Kölsch's career back in 1994. (DJ Mag
    • Crowd pleaser: Volvox's relationship with ravers is at the core of everything she does. (Mixmag
    • Orbital talk plans for 30th anniversary and where they go from here. (Billboard
    • Competitive Creation: How Maceo Plex took over the dance music mainframe. (Mixmag
    • Label of the month: Djax Records (RA
    • On Cue: Louisahhh (DJ Mag
    • Fresh Kicks 104: Elle Dee (DJ Mag
    • Renegade Riddims: Laurie Charlesworth (DT
    • Get to know: Mount (Mixmag
    • Movement Detroit 2019: Pre-Party and & afterparty guide. (YourEDM
    • The 10 best new parties in Ibiza in 2019. (Mixmag
    • Take 10: Josh Wink picks the tracks that have inspired him. (DJ Mag
    • 20 under-the-radar club tracks you need to hear in May 2019. (Fact
    • Plugging into Chicago’s forgotten house venues. (ChicagoReader
    • ClubTogether is a celebration of your best club memories. (Fact
    • The best clubs and parties in Ibiza in 2019. (Mixmag)  
    • Beats: Behind the scenes of the riotous Glaswegian film’s 1,500-strong warehouse rave, (Independent
    • The Art of DJing: Dr Rubinstein (RA
    • How to survive Movement Detroit according to the DJs. (Mixmag
    • Gary Richards on where he’s been, what he’s learned, and starting over. (DA
    • Super8 & Tab talk ‘Past, Present & Future’ compilation and maturation of trance. (DA
    • Doorly on house music, hard times and Hard Times. (iDJ
    • Saturday Night Session 021: Elephante opens up about being a vocalist on more music moving forward and gives fans a look into a day in his life. (DA
    • 'Panic is setting in': Jayda G brings climate crisis home to fans. (Guardian
    • Seventh Heaven: How SlapFunk went from illegal rave to the most unmissable party in Amsterdam. (Mixmag
    • Bradley Zero: State of rhythm. (DJ Ma