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An exhilarating race through classic house, percussive techno and otherworldly electro from Brooklyn’s Bizaarbazaar founder, Bergsonist, as part of our Fresh Kicks series

An exhilarating race through classic house, percussive techno and otherworldly electro from Brooklyn’s Bizaarbazaar founder, Bergsonist, as part of our Fresh Kicks series

 One of Northern Ireland’s most exciting selectors, Holly Lester, serves up a fiery mix of eclectic, full-throttle house as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

 One of Northern Ireland’s most exciting selectors, Holly Lester, serves up a fiery mix of eclectic, full-throttle house as part of our Fresh Kicks series...

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The countdown is on...

Game Over joined forces with Carl Cox last week for one of the season's biggest underground parties

Game Over joined forces with Carl Cox last week for one of season's biggest underground parties

Spotify Lite rolled out
Spotify Lite rolled out

The streamlined app is said to save data, battery, and storage on your device...

Knife Party new EP
Knife Party new EP

It's due out later this month...

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Listen to the title track, 'Touch', now...

Nightmare dance music, pop mutations and frenzied rhythms from Air Max ‘97...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with London's purveyor of "nightmare dance music" and mutated club sounds, Air Max '97, to discuss his renewed dancefloor focus, solidarity in the capital's club scene, and drum & bass in a cave by the sea...

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Next up on Dublin’s Goldbrick Records is new duo Privacy Policy with the ‘XKeyscore’ EP. Hear the crisp and bouncy ‘Recent Activity’ now…

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno...

Japan is producing some of the world’s most vital techno, though its roots go way back to the late 1970s. We talk to some of the country’s producers, DJs and musical advocates to find out what makes the Japanese underground so exciting...

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