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Guitar Center on Halsted Street is hosting the Chicago stop for Roland's DJ-808 Tour today.
Jerome Baker, David Mancuso, Hanna Hais, Surface and Karen Copeland headline issue 139 of 5 Magazine. Get inside.
Founder of the legendary club The Warehouse Robert Williams, Green Velvet and 5 Magazine's Czarina Mirani speak on November 11 2016.
DJ/Producer Jesse Rose claims his next album "Alright Mate" will be his last.
We honor the legends and spotlight the new breed. In this issue: Pezzner, a tribute to Earl Smith, Jr of Phuture, Jeff Derringer of Oktave, and three mixes from Boorane, Jay Hill and Tim Zawada.
“Through that process of sharing one’s art, it validates. It makes an opportunity for a person to say am heard, I matter, I’m here, listen to what I have to say because it’s important.” Our recent story on DJ Edward...
Returning October 2nd at Logan Square's Emporium Arcade and Surf Bar with a special appearance by DATU X HATAW
House Music is one of Chicago's "great contributions to the world," says Mark Kelly.
Peering back across three decades of tape hiss and magnetic smut to find DJ Rush bangin' tracks in 1990.
Just when you think all the festivals have wrapped up alongside the shortened days of sunlight, it’s already that time to start thinking halloween costumes and more party action with React’s annual Freaky Deaky. This year brings you a...
Featuring Demuir, DJ Heather, Dan X and Lil'Mark of Apollo Music Group, Igor Jadranin, a DJ's guide to Mixcloud, Roland's big retro-futurism day and more.
Music festival meets product launch-a-palooza with DJ Pierre, Ian Pooley and others.
Amid questions about restricting BPMs at Fabric, the Islington Council ultimately elected to revoke the club's license.
In some religions they dance. Rondell Adams makes dance music worthy of building a religion around it.
Spoiler: 1989 was almost 30 years ago! Classic House and Techno mix from Detroit godfather Derrick May.
DJ Spen, Phil Kieran, Mateo and Matos and more highlight 5 Mag's 11 year anniversary issue.
The Sunday afterparty at Transit features Farley vs Jesse, Gene Farris vs. Hunt, Wayne Williams vs. Alan King and more.
Season four of the Comedy Central Show Drunk History will feature a slightly misremembered history of Chicago's infamous Disco Demolition Night.
Well it's better than what's inside the box anyway...
Chicago House Music legend Paul Johnson announces available dates for sets based on his Dance Mania and Relief-era sound.