DJ Fresh new album ‘Nextlevelism’ is out now now! read on
This is Ministry of Sound's latest YouTube channel MOS TV bringing you the best in new dance music, from bedroom producers to international hitmakers. But also playlists of the latest tracks across all dance genres, curated by our favourite DJs and labels. read on
One hour of Dance classics whenever you like! read on
Latest Tours News: Ministry of Sound heads to Monaco F1 on May 24th read on
We're taking our partnership with Nissan that epic one step further with the limited edition Nissan Juke with Ministry of Sound! read on
Having sold over 2 million copies, the Clubbers Guide series returns, brought to you by the institutional pioneers of Dance music; Ministry of Sound. With ‘Electronic Dance Music’ sweeping the globe over the past year and completely changing the musical land ... read on
After Danny Howard helped us throw one massive party with the Clubbers Guide 2013 tour we’re coming back to Mayhem, Southend and bringing along bass, bass and even more BASS.
But, we can’t do this alone! We’ve recruited Example’s on tour DJ/producer DJ Wire to take our Addicted To Bass tour at the helm this Sunday 26th May. Starting out in UK Grime pirate radio, Sam Wire (as he’s also know) crossed over to Drum & Bass to team up with legends Chase & Status and helped set up and run MTA records – known for Nero’s number 1 album ‘Welcome Reality’.
Check out DJ Wire’s remix of Example’s ‘Close Enemies’
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We took a trip to the W Hotel in Santiago with residents Shane Kehoe and Patrick Hagenaar. Check out what happened....
Thank you to everyone who came and showed us how Chile parties! We’ll be back again soon :)
Are you a young musician/singer from London and looking to catch a break? Gigs: Big Busk is just the thing for you!
Up and running since 2009, Gigs: Big Busk is open to all Londoners between the ages of 11-25. Whether you’re a jazz junkie, a country crooner or a beatbox badass this is the competition for you. Soloists, duos and groups (up to 20 members) are welcome. Instruments are welcomed but they must be completely portable
If you make it into the competition you’ll be asked to perform at different iconic locations of London on a variety of different days. Performances will then be recorded and uploaded to the Gigs website for the public to vote on. So, what if you win? Some great prizes are up for grabs including a TfL busking licence, a one-year course at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, studio recording time, mentor workshops and more.
Interested? Click here for more information and how to register your place!
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