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Nantes-based DJ, producer and Livity Sound affiliate Simo Cell jumps from bass-heavy club beats and breaks into rap, trap and back again in his hyperactive On Cue mix

Nantes-based DJ, producer and Livity Sound affiliate Simo Cell jumps from bass-heavy club beats and breaks into rap, trap and back again in his hyperactive On Cue mix, and chats to Joe Roberts about his new mini-album, bringing up next gen rom his hometown, and how a break from DJing changed his perspective

"He was our icon. He was more than just a friend. He was our example! He was more than just a friend! He was our star!"

Intricate drumplay, sunbaked grooves and UK funky fusionism from UK breakthrough Hagan

A fusionist known for intense bass and intricate drumplay, DJ and producer Hagan has built a name for himself by blending the sounds of UK funky and garage with those connected to his Ghanaian heritage, from hiplife to gospel. He tells Tice Cin about his early inspirations and lifelong obsession with percussion, which he captures perfectly in his Recognise mix

Leon Vynehall sculpts a mix of experimental sounds, smoky house and peak-time techno for the On Cue series

Leon Vynehall sculpts a mix of experimental sounds, smoky house and peak-time techno for the On Cue series, and speaks to Ray Philp about finding his place in the landscape of electronic music, and his most ambitious release to date, ‘Rare, Forever’

All Centre kicks off 2020 with a lush two-tracker from borderlandstate. Hear the swirling arpeggiated synths and off-kilter club rhythm of ‘Red Lines Have An End’ now 

With an hour of animated rave cuts and tough, trippy techno, Knoxville, Tennessee DJ Alex Falk’s Fresh Kicks mix locks into the DIY energy of TEKNOX party he co-runs

With an hour of animated rave cuts and tough, trippy techno, Knoxville, Tennessee DJ Alex Falk’s Fresh Kicks mix locks into the DIY energy of the TEKNOX party he co-runs

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation.  DJ Mag's editor-in-chief, Carl Loben, speaks to some of the Black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene

Next up on All Centre is Liverpool’s M T Hall with a pair of acid techno rollers. Hear title track, ‘New Ruins’ now

Get acquainted with Annie Hall, a product of Barcelona’s thriving electronic underground

From: Barcelona, Spain

For fans of: Plant 43, E.R.P, Mikron

Three tunes: ‘Verd Mar’, ‘Curie’, ‘Observer Effect’

Cabin Fever at The Cause, Bangface Weekender, MUSU x Colours 

Cabin Fever at The Cause, Bangface Weekender, MUSU x Colours 

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