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Footshooter blends the sounds of South London jazz with buoyant house grooves on his debut album for Astral Black. Hear ‘Juno Café’ now

Including the influence of their famous 'Teachers', the rise of subgenres like blog house, and the eventual split

The London artist is also headlining and co-curating a launch for the compilation at fabric on 5th November

Rachael Williams, aka Ambient Babestation Meltdown, compiles an hour of obscure TV samples and leftfield techno, rave and '80s German punk for the Fresh Kicks series, and chats to Amy Fielding about discovering alternative music, working at an adult entertainment channel, and a love for sampling

Rachael Williams, aka Ambient Babestation Meltdown, compiles an hour of obscure TV samples and leftfield techno, rave and '80s German punk for the Fresh Kicks series, and chats to Amy Fielding about discovering alternative music, working at an adult entertainment channel, and a love for sampling

Tickets for DJ Mag Presents Conducta's Crib are on sale now

Berlin-based Turkish DJ Nene H records an hour of high-velocity techno for the On Cue mix series, and chats to Sophie McNulty about putting her heritage at the core of her work

Having trained as a classical pianist as a child in Turkey, before becoming a successful techno artist in Berlin, Nene H has been on a lifelong journey to free herself of cultural and musical traditions. Alongside a high-velocity techno mix recorded for the On Cue series, she chats to Sophie McNulty about her journey so far, and how on her new album — a tribute to her late father — she’s gone full circle, putting her heritage at the core of her work

Get acquainted with Brooklyn’s purveyor of high-octane acid techno, Wtchcrft

Get acquainted with Brooklyn’s purveyor of high-octane acid techno, Wtchcrft

 Washington, D.C. superclub Echostage tops our readers' poll of the world's best clubs for the first time

Dance Can't Nice is running at London's Horniman Museum

Dubbed ‘the first lady of Detroit’, Kelli Hand stood as an oft-unsung champion of the sounds that have defined the city's landscape for almost three decades

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