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The exhibition is called 'Bubble Chamber'

Bart Skills also features on the record

Stormzy calls for Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg to resign following Grenfell comments
Stormzy calls for Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg to resign following Grenfell comments

"F*****g hell this man is the scummiest…"

The Subdermic
The Subdermic

The Subdermic returns to Bass Agenda with five tracks of storming techno. Hear the rousing protest rave cut, ‘Chant No 1’, now

Luxurious deep house explorations from a master of the craft, Galcher Lustwerk

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, and ahead of the release of his new album ‘Information’ on Ghostly International, Lauren Martin speaks to Galcher Lustwerk, about growing up in Middle America, and folding a sense of luxury and the experience of burnout into his style of deep house music, which you can hear in his expertly crafted mix

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Shall Not Fade marks its fourth anniversary with a new comp featuring KETTAMA, Big Miz, Harrison BDP, Soela and more. Hear the warm, autumnal groove of Soela’s ‘Sensual’ now

Gobstopper affiliate Strict Face will release a four-track EP via Nina Las Vegas' NLV Records later this month. Listen to chaotic flute samples weave through skittered percussion on 'Intraheat' now

An hour of slippery tones, asymmetrical rhythms and Technicolor club sounds from The Lot Radio resident, Human Pitch co-founder and sound designer extraordinaire Tristan Arp as part of the Fresh Kicks series

An hour of slippery tones, asymmetrical rhythms and Technicolor club sounds from The Lot Radio resident, Human Pitch co-founder and sound designer extraordinaire Tristan Arp as part of the Fresh Kicks series. Eoin Murray catches up with the Detroit-born, New York-based artist about the importance of play and curiosity in electronic music, his new collaborative project, and creating 'what the fuck' moments on the dancefloor

The album concludes a year-long series

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