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A sprawling mix of futuristic electro, acid, bleep and bass from CPU's peerless catalogue

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, Ben Murphy catches up with Sheffield's Central Processing Unit, whose founder, Chris Smith, delivers a sprawling mix of futuristic electro, acid, bleep and bass from its peerless catalogue

Three jazz tracks from 1978 will launch the imprint

150 minutes of intense dark ambience, breakcore and experimental techno from the enigmatic innovator...

Enigmatic breakcore and dark ambient innovator Christoph De Babalon delivers 150 minutes of engulfing atmospheres and harrowing rhythms in our first Podcast mix of 2019. We meet the revered cult figure to discuss critical resurgence, his forthcoming release on A L T E R, collaboration, fragility and being a reluctant prophet of doom...

Clouds have worked with designer David Rudnick to realise the ideas behind their new album...

Scottish hardcore visionaries Clouds, together with designer David Rudnick, have gone above and beyond for their new album project, creating a nightmare future, yet finding their own peace within it... 

Words: BEN HINDLE 

Pics: GEMMA PARKER

DJ's DJ, and one of the most enduring figures on the international circuit, the story of New York's Danny Tenaglis is one of legendary residencies, marathon sets and a musical knowledge that knows no bounds. All hail.

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From the disco stylings of Frenchman Folamour to the heady techno sonics of Heartless, here's September's list of next-gen talent you need to know about...

Rather than installing him with more confidence, cleaning up end-of-year charts with disco bombshell 'Final Credits' and winning Essential Mix Of The Year in 2016 scared the living daylights out of Harry Agius,known to most as Midland. How an earth could he top the most successful period in his career so far ? On the eve of his darkly concieved 'Fabriclive 94'-an expertly layered, painstakingly selected DJ mix -we chat to the Graded boss about growing into his own skin,sounding out on socail media and over-thinking everything...

Krewella explain once and for all why they will always be a sister act.

A rare visit to Danny Daze's analog sanctuary reveals a fervent devotion to music that sets the Miami-born producer apart from the pack.

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