It was close to this time last year when Denon unveiled the DN-HD2500, and now it's time for DJs the world over to get a glimpse of the DN-HC4500 Media Player and Controller
Creative continues to roll out its X-Fi audio enhancement technology across its product line, this time in the latest addition to the Aurvana headphone line.
Everyone's favorite robot humanoids, the French house outfit Daft Punk (a.k.a. Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo), played a spectacular live show at Keyspan Park in Coney Island section of Brooklyn, NY on Tuesday, August 9th.
Forget the mix CD. That’s so early 2000s. The way to a girl’s heart these days is to copy your favorite romantic playlist to a thumbdrive and give it to her in this mix tape-inspired case.
P2P software maker LimeWire announced yesterday that it plans to dive headfirst into digital music sales. Not only that, but the music will be available DRM-free, in the "universally compatible MP3 format." Downloads will be offered at 256Kbps. The company said that upon launch, the store will sell music provided by IRIS Distribution and Nettwerk Productions.
Digweed returns with the eagerly anticipated third volume in his acclaimed Transitions series. It features 20 tracks, each of them being re-edited by Digweed himself.
A Russian court found the former boss of music download Web site www.allofmp3.com not guilty of breaching copyright on Wednesday in a case considered a crucial test of Russia's commitment to fighting piracy.
Plagued by delays, it finally seems Numark’s latest iPod DJ mixer, the iDJ2, is set to be released. Come September, you’ll be able to plunk down a whopping $600 on an iPod mixer that’s supposed to revolutionize DJing
MySpace has teamed up with a pharmaceutical company to offer Addiction411, an informational site that is directed towards the 16-25 year-old demographic in an effort to give information about drug abuse.
A TWO-year-old who swallowed ecstasy left on the floor of her family home has been returned to her parents just a week after the potentially fatal incident.
Tiesto, Vitalic and Dennis Ferrer are some of the first artists confirmed to play the Dutch club-hopping ADE festival. Over 600 DJs and live acts are on the bill
Universal Music Group has announced that the company is going to test selling DRM-free music to consumers in order to assess the market. It's a strange test, however; the company won't be hawking DRM-free music at Apple's iTunes Store, at least at first.
Frankie Knuckles, who played an important role in developing house music as a Chicago DJ in the 1980s and popularizing it in the 1990s, tries to explain what is at the heart of the music that he BEST represents.
A newly-uncovered worm called W32.Deletemusic does exactly what its name implies—it goes through a PC and deletes all MP3 files in sight.
Sergio has announced the iBuddy and iSpin “DJ” mixers, that will certainly appeal to the tween market segment who want to pretend they’re DJing like their older siblings.
Doctors from London University have revealed details of what they believe is the largest amount of ecstasy ever consumed by a single person. Consultants from the addiction centre at St George's Medical School, London, have published a case report of a British man estimated to have taken around 40,000 pills of MDMA, the active ingredient in ecstasy, over nine years.
Over 450 of the world's most popular DJs and electronic music artists will descend upon 40 venues across Amsterdam from October 18 through 20 for the 2007 Amsterdam Dance Event.
What happens when you lock 4 of the scene’s freshest, most talented artists in the Studio, and then throw away the key? You 'Get Dumb'.
Ever wanted to learn the basics of everything from hip-hop to break-dancing? Well then, you're in luck. The Street Dance Academy on Spadina Ave. at Queen St (Toronto) is running a week-long day camp.
A New York lawyer filed a class-action lawsuit against night clubs he says practice gender discrimination with ladies' night promotions.
A Toronto judge has ruled that Canada's pot possession laws are unconstitutional after a man argued the country's medicinal marijuana regulations are flawed.
In the latest attempt to distinctively brand their illegal products, New York City drug dealers have begun peddling Ecstasy pills bearing images from the popular Harry Potter books and movies. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn this week charged 14 people with allegedly smuggling 400,000 pills of the popular club drug into the U.S. from Europe.
In Australia, music to dance to is about to cost more. A landmark decision yesterday will cost nightclubs and dance party promoters millions of dollars a year.
Yesterday, the Copyright Tribunal decided to lift rates for recordings played in nightclubs from seven cents per person to $1.05 per person per night, and the dance party rate rises from 20 cents to $3.07 per person.
Online music has always been popular, and now social networks, peer recommendations and personalized radio stations are helping fans find bands faster than ever before. Here are more than 90 sites for musicians, fans, and everyone who enjoys music.
Emergency crews were called to the Gatecrasher One nightclub - formerly The Republic - in Eyre Street, Sheffield, on Monday evening.
Two people escaped from the burning club, and no one was injured.