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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

DJ Mag have teamed up with Bushwacka to live stream a DJ set that he'd typically have played at The End

The 15-minute film is available to watch for free now

Kenyan artist KMRU records a deep, transportive mix of ambient electronics, rustling beats and found sounds for the Fresh Kicks series

Kenyan artist KMRU records a deep, transportive mix of ambient electronics, rustling beats and found sounds for the Fresh Kicks series

Her “windy 152 BPM interpretation" was released today

Martyn Bootyspoon records a high-velocity mix of pounding club sounds, sweaty drum workouts and dizzying melodies for the Fresh Kicks series

Martyn Bootyspoon records a high-velocity mix of pounding club sounds, sweaty drum workouts and dizzying melodies for the Fresh Kicks series

A thunderous electro mix from Private Person's founder Hespermen

Moscow's Private Persons was named one of DJ Mag’s labels-to-watch in 2019 after releasing some of the hottest electro tracks on the circuit: ‘Svoboda’ and ‘Drum Rack’. In this month's The Sound Of, founder Hespermen records a thunderous mix of releases from the label's catalogue, and speaks to Nikita Velichko about how his vision came together

 

A whirlwind trip into contemporary jungle from the unstoppable Tim Reaper

Tim Reaper records a whirlwind trip into contemporary jungle for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Gabriel Szatan about his Future Retro label, earning the respect of veteran headz, and the art of creative sampling

Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

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