by Carl Loben (pictured), editor, DJ Magazine
Those headlines a few months ago about widespread nightclub closures could’ve given the impression that the electronic music scene in the UK is in trouble. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth.
The industry is still worth several billion pounds a year to the UK economy, and continues to churn out incredible talent — despite a financial recession and losing some valuable performance spaces in recent times. In London, for instance, ...
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