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Chicago’s Jana Rush records an hour of high-energy footwork and head-spinning rhythms for the On Cue mix series

Chicago’s Jana Rush records an hour of high-energy footwork and head-spinning rhythms for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Ray Philp about balancing creativity with a busy day job, mental health, and her forthcoming music on Planet Mu

Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

Tributes have come from James Zabiela, Dave Seaman and Rainbow Serpent, among others

Sheffield-born, Berlin-based DJ, producer and Breaker Breaker Recs founder, Haider, steps up with an hour of tough, technicolor house, disco, breaks and acid for the Fresh Kicks mix series

Sheffield-born, Berlin-based DJ, producer and Breaker Breaker Recs founder, Haider, steps up with an hour of tough, technicolor house, disco, breaks and acid for the Fresh Kicks mix series

Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being records one hour of fuzzy-and-jazzy live techno for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Lauren Martin about surviving as an independent artist, life in America, and the spiritual roots of his music

Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being records one hour of fuzzy-and-jazzy live techno for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Lauren Martin about surviving as an independent artist, life in America, and the spiritual roots of his music

Over 1.8 million tune into Virtual Festival sets

The latest version of the popular DJ software makes bold claims around stem separation. But does it actually work?

The latest version of the popular DJ software makes bold claims around stem separation. But does it actually work?

UNIIQU3 delivers July's Recognise, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast

Returning after a pause due to the impact of coronavirus, Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. Known as the Queen of Jersey club, UNIIQU3 delivers July's instalment, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast. A key figure in Jersey club’s second wave, she also speaks to DJ Mag's digital editor Rob McCallum about her rise in the scene, its influence on mainstream dance music, and building a future for her community

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