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Supercharged rave sounds, breakbeat hardcore, ghettotech and donk from one of the UK's most exciting DJs, Yazzus

With her supercharged rave productions and hybrid sets that pack in everything from breakbeat hardcore and donk to footwork jungle and techno, Yazzus embodies everything that makes UK dance music so exciting today. Her genre-hopping Recognise mix is a shining example of why she's taking the scene by storm

ZULI returns to Lee Gamble’s UIQ with the ‘All Caps’ EP.  Hear the frenzied hardcore jungle breaks on ‘Tany’ now

An adventure into the raw, groove-driven sound of West Norwood Cassette Library's WNCL

 

Named after its founder, West Norwood Cassette Library, WNCL has spent the past decade delivering a steady stream of club weapons without getting pigeonholed or bowing to trends. For this month’s The Sound Of, Ben Murphy delves into the collection with boss, Bob Bhamra, who records a mix of cuts from the label’s catalogue

It features remixes from Armin van Buuren, DJ Isaac, Rebüke and Outblast & Angerfist

Inspired by the dusty, crunchy sound of old rave tapes, Western Lore is twisting up modern jungle with a wavy, freeform sound and equally psychedelic visuals

Inspired by the dusty, crunchy sound of old rave tapes, Western Lore is twisting up modern jungle with a wavy, freeform sound and equally psychedelic visuals. Committed to physical formats and with intricate hand-drawn artwork, it’s one of the UK’s most exciting labels both sonically and visually. Ben Hindle catches up with label boss Dead Man’s Chest, who delivers a whirlwind mix of cuts from label’s catalogue

Breakbeat don and drumfunk pioneer Paradox steps up on Sneaker Social Club with his 195th 12”, ‘Octa4 / Proceed’. Hear the intoxicating beat science of ‘Octa4’ now

The happy hardcore, jungle and hardcore techno history podcast will be curated into the British Library Sound Archive

It's the second instalment in a triptych of releases from the Vancouver duo 

Hardcore, ambient and gabber meet electronic pop in a universe of the producer's devising 

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