Author: Editorial Team
Eric Prydz posted a tweet almost two weeks ago surrounding his opinions on techno, suggesting his preference for the tracks produced decades ago.
On Saturday, September 11, people across the Netherlands took to the streets to demand that nightlife be reopened— and according to organisers, it was the largest protest in the country to date.
Dyno is a veteran techno producer with a back catalogue including tracks and remixes on labels ranging from UMEK’s 1605 to Coyu’s Suara.
The White Isle has lifted restrictions on social gatherings this week along with the other Balearic Islands.
While this year’s Burning Man festival might be officially cancelled, that isn’t stopping some ardent partygoers from heading out to the event’s usual Northern Nevada site this weekend for an unofficial and unauthorised celebration in its place, as DJ mag reports.
DJ Nina Kraviz takes over the F1 Tracks playlist ahead of the Italian Grand Prix, and tells us about her love for F1 in an exclusive Q&A.
Following the release of Nina Kraviz’s “Skyscrapers” single, the first remix is released from the series. And it is from the major Solomun.
Drug supply chain issues could increase the risk of drug overdoses at festivals, say campaigners, as Mixmag writes.
An illegal rave of up to 500 people has been shut down by police in the Brecon Beacons.
Carl Cox’s much anticipated 320-page hardback book ‘Oh Yes, Oh Yes’ is already available via select retailers. The book follows the artist’s storied music career, spanning various countries and decades, and a deluxe signed edition, which comes with a poster and 10-inch vinyl is also available.