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'Laurent Garnier: Off the Record' screens as part of the Manchester International Festival

"'160 Down The A406' is a product of wondering what the next stage of my life will be during 2020"

 Detroit's Waajeed records a thumping house mix for the On Cue series, and speaks to Tajh Morris about The Underground Music Academy, an ongoing project with UR's Mike Banks and others, which aims to elevate a new generation of local artists

Detroit’s Waajeed records a thumping house mix for the On Cue series, and speaks to Tajh Morris about The Underground Music Academy, an ongoing project with UR's Mike Banks and others, which aims to elevate a new generation of local artists

Celebrating the legacy of the shop run by Mike De Underground, Cool Hand Flex, Uncle 22 and Randall

A trip into the bumping, cosmic sound of Berlin house and disco label, Toy Tonics

Berlin house and disco label Toy Tonics is pushing a bumping, cosmic sound fuelled by collaboration and live instrumentation. Founder Mathias Modica, aka Kapote and Munk, records a mix from its catalogue, and speaks to Ben Hindle about how versatility and authenticity are more important than ever

Souped Up Recordings co-founder Serum records an electrifying mix of cuts from the label's catalogue

Souped Up has been a driving force behind the new jump-up sound that’s taken drum & bass by storm. With an emphasis on fun, energetic music and tongue-in-cheek artwork to match, it’s a label that doesn’t take itself too seriously but deserves serious props. Bosses Serum and Benny V speak to Ben Hunter about the secrets to their success, and share a mix from the label's catalogue

Jaymie Silk glides from gabber and melodic techno into R&B and electronic ballads on his new album, ‘Young, Broke and Fabulous’. Hear the emotional dancefloor pulse of ‘Don’t Go ft. Lia’ now

An electrifying ode to the club from Chicago's Smart Bar resident Ariel Zetina

Ariel Zetina’s DJ sets and productions have earned her a residency at Chicago's legendary Smart Bar, and seen her release EPs on labels like itsfemmeculture and Majia. Alongside her electrifying Recognise mix, she chats to Sophie McNulty about her theatre background, the importance of storytelling, and how her gender transition inspired her to pursue music

Tickets to attend the Zoom workshop are free

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