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A thunderous hour of versatile club sounds from R&S affiliates, Lakker

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, Lakker discuss their third R&S LP, Época, working with visuals, and future projects. They also deliver a thunderous mix of versatile club sounds

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Sudan Archives

'Athena' is due via Stones Throw on 1st November

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The EP will be the second release on her label

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Swedish producer Evigt Mörker returns to Northern Electronics with his debut album, 'Krona'. Hear the hypnotic atmospherics and rhythmic chug of A-side closer 'Sträng tand' now.

An hour of UK techno and bass-driven dubs from Bristol export, Otik

An hour of UK techno and bass-driven dubs from Bristol export, Otik, as part of our Fresh Kicks series

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Saoirse, Paul Woolford and Jayda G have also been locked for six-month residencies

From astral ambience and minimal grooves to frenzied footwork and techno, here's September 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From astral ambience and minimal grooves to frenzied footwork and techno, here's September 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of

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Walker & Royce will be the first artists to appear

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Newly-founded trio Superlux debut their imprint of the same name with ‘Enter The Superlux’. Listen to the dark electro vibes and twisted bassline of N-Gynn’s ‘Take One’

The use of ghost producers is seen as cheating by many in dance music, but producers have been working with studio collaborators and engineers for decades. Matt Anniss explores the taboo topic

The use of ghost producers is seen as cheating by many in dance music, but producers have been working with studio collaborators and engineers for decades. Matt Anniss explores the taboo topic

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