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Juliana Huxtable delivers a high-energy hour of unpredictable techno textures

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, Texas-born, New York-based multi-disciplinary artist, Juliana Huxtable, delivers a high-energy hour of unpredictable textures, and chats with Tanya Akinola about her wide-reaching creative output, which orbits themes of identity, power structures, alternate histories and deviant futures

The collaboration is out now on Armada Music Bundles

Warped house, towering italo and heady electro from Belfast's Jordan

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, Nocturne label head, Jordan, steps up with an hour of warped house, Italo disco and heady electro, and chats about his early teens spent on the clubbing circuit, The Night Institute, and his minimalist studio set-up

The producer passed away earlier this month

Watch our live streams in association with BULLDOG Gin

UK clubbing institution BUGGEDOut! are celebrating their 25th year in the business. DJ Mag joined BULLDOG Gin for the birthday celebrations at London’s epic Printworks 

With an hour of gritty club sounds and percussive heat, Glaswegian DJ, producer and Eyeangle Records boss Liam Doc is next up in the Fresh Kicks mix series

With an hour of gritty club sounds and percussive techno heat, Glaswegian DJ, producer and Eyeangle Records boss Liam Doc is next up in the Fresh Kicks mix series

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Montreal label 00:AM readies its next V/A 12”, featuring cuts from D.Tiffany, AceMo, Flørist and Max Wyatt. Hear the galloping chimes of Flørist’s peak-time house belter ‘Parametric’ now 

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Next up on Or:la’s Céad label is Blu Terra with three cuts of whirling rave sounds. Hear ‘20,000’ now

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