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HOT SEAT - CHUKA UMUNNA

The Labour Party's Shadow Business Secretary is also a sometime house/garage DJ too..

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We sat down with Kura ahead of the Top 100 DJs show in Istanbul...

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THREE IS THE MAGIC NUMBER

In the case of Numark’s new NS7 III controller, three is definitely good company an

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The Chronicles - Kenny Larkin - Rush Hour

Less a re-release than a bona fide public service, this repressing of tracks from Kenny Larkin's seminal 'The Chronicles' deserves a spot in everyone's collection. Perfection.

Dream 2c - Antenna Happy - Tenth Circle

Brighton's Nathan Pope — also known as Antenna Happy — pours out some depth on this taut two-tracker for Tenth Circle. 'Wild Stabs' in particular is acidic heaven.

You (Todd Edwards Remixes) - Etienne De Crecy - Pixadelic

What's not to love here — French luminary Etienne De Crecy's late night electro anthem 'You' picked apart and re-tooled with extra pianos by the one and only Todd The God. Solid.

Au Pays Des Merveilles De Juliet (Psychemagik Tour De Force Remix) - Yves Simon - Leng

Creeping in and out of earshot in a flash over a year ago (initially appearing on the duo’s SoundCloud page for an instant) was this Psychemagik remix of the French chanteuse’s ultimate Balearic moment, ‘Au Pays Des Merveilles De Juliet’. Now it gets a full release on Leng, and Yves Simon’s two-½ minute original is stretched into a dreamy, seven-minute trip. Gorgeous stuff.