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An hour of cinematic, experimental techno and jolting electronics from Warp veterans, Plaid

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 month Ben Murphy meets legendary UK duo and Warp affiliates, Plaid, who deliver an hour of cinematic, experimental techno and jolting electronics to celebrate the release of their epic tenth album, Polymer...

DJ Mag's Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. DJ Mag’s Ben Cardew revisits Björk’s ‘Debut’ album which encompasses elements of rave, jazz, pop and so much more — to explore how it laid the groundwork for her weird and wonderful career, and showed the world the endless possibilities of cross-pollination...

 

Ben Cardew revisits Björk’s ‘Debut’ album which encompasses elements of rave, jazz, pop and so much more to explore how it laid the groundwork for her weird and wonderful career, and showed the world the endless possibilities of cross-pollination...

Nairobi's Slikback blends footwork, grime and more to electrfying, unique effect...

 

Championed by Uganda's Nyege Nyege festival, and now breaking ground across Europe, Nairobi-born, Kampala-based Slikback blends footwork, grime and more to electrfying, unique effect...

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire serves up an hour of electrified rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

One of Uganda's most vital talents, Kampire has been breaking onto the global scene thanks to her electrifying, rhythmic DJ sets and activism. Ahead of her set at No Bounds Festival this weekend, we catch up with the DJ and writer as she serves up an hour of superb rhythms from across East Africa and beyond...

The cause of the deaths remains unknown…

#SAVESILVERBULLET campaign begins in earnest...

Massive Attack’s Daddy G was among those paying their last respects to the popular local figure

Police say they are not treating his death as suspicious

 

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