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A trip into the dreamlike world of D.Tiffany's Planet Euphorique

In under three years, D. Tiffany’s Planet Euphorique label has placed itself at the forefront of a hybrid sound driven by propulsive electro, emotive breaks and leftfield house and techno. In this month's The Sound Of, she tells us about its story so far, and records a dreamlike mix from its catalogue

London-via-Dublin artist Witch Trials launches his new label Myryrs with five cuts of deep, dark techno and dub ambience. Hear the atmospheric closer ‘Stay Away’ now

Paramida’s Love on the Rocks reissues Peace Division’s Justin Drake and Paranoid London’s Quinn Whalley’s 1993 proto-trance epic. Hear Alex Kassian’s Dream State remix now

Nicola Cruz makes his Rhythm Section International debut with the ‘Subtropique’ EP. Hear the frosty psychedelic grooves on ‘What Now’

Dark and heavy d&b-techno fusionism from Shiken Hanzo

Shiken Hanzo records and hour of dark and heavy d&b-techno fusionism for the Fresh Kicks mix series

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

Chicago’s DJ Girl is up next on Planet Euphorique with the ‘Slsk Trax’ EP. Hear the growling techno psychedelia of ‘The Runaround’ now

C Powers is up next on Astral Plane Recordings imprint Contagion Discs with ‘Which Ad Experience Do You Prefer?’. Hear the grungy acid garage cut ‘FishWash’ now

Brooklyn’s Ayesha steps up on Kindergarten Records with the ‘Natural Phenomena’ EP. Hear the buoyant percussion and ravey breaks of ‘Liminality’ now

Itoa returns to Exit Records with four hybird, high-speed productions. Hear the psychedelic and syncopated dancefloor energiser, 'Melba' now

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