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King Britt's new university class has already hosted guests like Honey Dijon, Robert Hood, Roni Size and more. DJ Mag catches up with the legendary producer, DJ, engineer and educator to learn more…

King Britt's new university class has hosted guests like Honey Dijon, Robert Hood, Roni Size and more. DJ Mag catches up with the legendary producer, DJ, engineer and educator to learn more

An adventure into the raw, groove-driven sound of West Norwood Cassette Library's WNCL

 

Named after its founder, West Norwood Cassette Library, WNCL has spent the past decade delivering a steady stream of club weapons without getting pigeonholed or bowing to trends. For this month’s The Sound Of, Ben Murphy delves into the collection with boss, Bob Bhamra, who records a mix of cuts from the label’s catalogue

LWE feature in episode two of Jägermeister's 'The Meisters series'

LWE feature in episode two of Jägermeister's 'The Meisters series'

The lack of international artist bookings is allowing local scenes to thrive

 The London footwork and jungle DJ has risen fast thanks to her high-octane sets, impeccable mixing and electrifying selections

Sensorium Galaxy is a virtual space for artists to host new and archive performances

Mesmerising sounds from the ever-expanding Banoffee Pies catalogue 

Bristol-born Banoffee Pies Records is best known for its sonic diversity, V/A compilations and plethora of series and sub-labels. But as its founder Ell Weston begins a new life in Berlin and continues to navigate an industry torn apart by the COVID-19 pandemic, DJ Mag discovers his priorities are changing, and a label that’s maturing with them, evidenced in a mesmerising mix of cuts from its ever-expanding catalogue

Masks will be mandatory and there will be no dancefloor

Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being records one hour of fuzzy-and-jazzy live techno for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Lauren Martin about surviving as an independent artist, life in America, and the spiritual roots of his music

Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being records one hour of fuzzy-and-jazzy live techno for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Lauren Martin about surviving as an independent artist, life in America, and the spiritual roots of his music

Coxy made the comments during a live Q&A at BMC with Alon Shulman

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