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The first episode aired today (22nd) with Glasgow's Sub Club resident Harri

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Fusing the radiant percussion of Afrobeats, kuduro, gqom and amapiano with bass-heavy club sounds and acid, Juba lights up the Fresh Kicks mix series

Fusing the radiant percussion of Afrobeats, kuduro, gqom and amapiano with bass-heavy club sounds and acid, Juba lights up the Fresh Kicks mix series

Next up on Tash LC’s Club Yeke label is Lisbon’s  Bubas Produçoes with the ‘MEGA’ EP. Hear the irresistibly buoyant kuduro cut, ‘Padjinha Part 3’ now

SHERELLE and NAINA step up with a 100% Hooversound mix

Hooversound is the burgeoning UK club label run by SHERELLE and NAINA. As the much-hyped imprint celebrates its first release, prepares for the future, and recalibrates in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, its founders deliver a thrilling mix of 100% Hooversound material, sprinting across the 140 - 170 BPM club music spectrum

Get acquainted with Annie Hall, a product of Barcelona’s thriving electronic underground

From: Barcelona, Spain

For fans of: Plant 43, E.R.P, Mikron

Three tunes: ‘Verd Mar’, ‘Curie’, ‘Observer Effect’

Syncopated club rhythms, radiant vocals and frenzied breaks from Paris-based purveyor of international club sounds, Jaymie Silk

Syncopated club rhythms, radiant vocals and frenzied breaks from Paris-based purveyor of international club sounds, Jaymie Silk

Next up on Martyn’s 3024 label is DJ Mag’s Best of British Breakthrough Producer winner 2019, Yak. Hear the psychedelic, slippery synths and jazzy drums on ‘Dire Hit’ now

Next up on Mr. Mitch’s Gobstopper Records is London-via-Bristol bass manipulator and UK techno innovator, Otik. Hear the intoxicating ambience and syrupy grooves of ‘Thousand Year Stare’ now

Percussive club acrobatics and mind-altering rhythms from São Paulo’s BADSISTA

 Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, São Paulo’s BADSISTA steps up with an incendiary mix of percussive club acrobatics and mind-altering rhythms, and chats with Chal Ravens about life on the road, fusing ‘90s trance with high-speed Brazilian funk, and the unifying politics of the rave

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