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Samrai & Platt, of the eponymous celebrated Manchester party, collective and label, deliver their debut production LP 

High-speed club heaters and "complete disorder and confusion" from the mighty Chippy Nonstop 

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, Toronto-based Chippy Nonstop steps up with an hour of high-speed club heaters, and chats about her new music, tackling the gender disparity in dance music, and making you comfortable with being uncomfortable

Earth Trax readies his debut LP on Shall Not Fade. Hear the lush, sprawling breakbeats of album opener, ‘I’m Not Afraid’ now

6 Figure Gang’s Jossy Mitsu makes her production debut on Astral Black’s latest ‘Frass FM’ compilation. Hear the scattering breaks and growling bass of 'Whirl' now

A quarter century after its release, Ludovic Navarre’s house-meets-jazz gem still dazzles

 

When it was released in 1995, ‘Boulevard’ consummated the union between house music and jazz, whilst clearing the path for a wave of French house from artists like Daft Punk and Motorbass. A quarter century after its release, Ludovic Navarre’s house-meets-jazz gem still dazzles

Learn how to beat match, scratch and use effects  

Montreal’s Sayveeyun makes his aurawire debut with the ‘Impulse Ode’ EP. Hear the fusion of cinematic grime and harsh noise on the title track now

Psychedelic techno and technicolor club sounds from Parris

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, London's Parris steps up with a mix of psychedelic techno and technicolor club sounds, and chats about  collaborations, dodging the pressure of constant self-promotion, and doing things at his own pace

The festival returns after a five-year break in August

The Nottingham festival returns with a host of heavy-hitters

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