Last Friday DJ Mag Received a very strange item in the post, we recieved a phone with two cards saying Got House? Call 07448323104 on 24th of November. As we were scratching our heads thinking what the hell was going on we took to Twitter to see whether any of our followers knew. Still no idea what was going on so we spent the weekend trying to get our heads around it.
Stuart Patterson has been at the forefront of London's cutting-edge club scene for the last fifteen years. Through DJing, promoting club-nights, and programming the highly successful Shoreditch club East Village, where Stuart has been able to attract some of the most popular acts in dance music to the club including Chase & Status, Skream, Benga, Paul Woolford, Carl Craig, Goldie, Maya Jane Coles and many more acts.
Dance music fans and film lovers rejoice as a fresh and immersive concept arrives on the shores of Ibiza.
Mike and Claire, founders of the island’s legendary club-night Manumission, aim to create an environment in which lovers of cinema and electronic music can indulge in a world of musical and cinematic revelry.
Dubstep don Hatcha has kindly given us a piece of history with this classic dubstep set recorded all the way back in 2002, around the time when the term dubstep was being coined and starting to get acknowledged as its own genre. Hatcha and Big Apple were at the forefront of the movement at the time alongside Tempa and the FWD crew.
Set amidst the idyllic shores of the Dominican Republic, Groovefest offers the perfect combination between a picturesque package holiday and an all-out dance music festival.
Adding to the already notable line-up, new acts have just been revealed, making this luxurious September festival a must for those who enjoy a taste of the finer things.
Secondcity has become the latest UK house music producer to score a UK No.1. His track 'I Wanna Feel' was revealed to have reached the summit last night (Sunday 1st June), and is the latest house track to top the pop charts — following recent efforts by Route 94, Clean Bandit and Duke Dumont.
Secondcity, the 27-year-old known to his mum as Rowan, was born in Chicago (hence the name) and lived there until he was 12 and moved to the UK.
When we heard the new EP by Fort Romeau on Live At Robert Johnson at DJ Mag HQ, we had to track him or her or them down for an interview. We thought maybe this was a new bespectacled German producer named after a Slovenian castle, or perhaps a romantic pair of Italian lovers who live in a ruined fort and make pretty looped house without leaving their bed. However, it turns out that Fort Romeau is actually a London-based Brit called Mike Greene.
The Brighton Music Conference (BMC) is only just over a week away, and excitement is building in the dance music industry in the UK for the inaugural south coast event.
At the end of last month, the following teaser video appeared online (below). Dramatically and artistically shot, it started off suggesting that some monumental event was going to befall London this summer — like a UFO landing, or something equally epic.