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Shannen SP delivers a precision-tooled mix of global club sounds

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, London-based Hyperdub affiliate, Shannen SP, delivers a precision-tooled mix, and chats with Gabriel Szatan about creating connections between global black diasporic club sounds

Rippling rhythms, warped bass and lush, rolling club sounds from Amsterdam's rising star, Jasmín

A DJ at the helm of Amsterdam’s new wave, Jasmín brings rippling rhythms, warped bass and lush, rolling club sounds to the Fresh Kicks series

"It's about the end, but it's also about dignity and remaining standing despite being mutilated"

Burial, Scratcha DVA, Cooly G and Kode 9 all have tracks on the limited release... 

The compilation is part of a collaboration with TV network Adult Swim

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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"We hope this collection of Burial's work is familiar, yet unfamiliar to each listener," said the label

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The likes of "bandoe", "connect" and "whipping" are off-limits for five years...

With unforgettable sets from Ziúr, Flora Yin-Wong, Mun Sing, Loraine James, and more, Wysing Polyphonic 2019 celebrates inventive, experimental sounds and dynamic collaborations above all

Celebrating inventive sounds and dynamic collaborations above all, this year’s edition of Wysing Polyphonic, guest-curated by Somerset House Studios, pushes the boundaries of experimentation in electronic music, with unforgettable sets from Ziúr, Flora Yin-Wong, Mun Sing, Loraine James, and more

The immersive Lincolnshire festival continues to come of age

The immersive Lincolnshire festival continues to come of age

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