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The six-episode series will be released later this week (29th)

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

All proceeds go to support the #WeAreViable movement

Canadian-born, DJ, producer, and broadcaster, Baby T, will make her debut on Central Processing Unit later this month. Hear the broken beats and dark, dystopian atmospherics on 'I Wish' now

Savage but smart D&B
No Bounds Festival 2018, Sheffield
No Bounds Festival 2018, Sheffield

fabric 19th Birthday, No Bounds Festival, Simple, Simple Things Festival, At One, Terminal V... 

The Firehouse boss digs deep, revealing the inspiration behind her new band project, Pleasure Planet...

Kim Ann Foxman’s Firehouse Records is all about the house music; a label that celebrates all the great things going on in New York and has built solid foundations since 2014. But right now there’s an exciting twist in Kim’s discography, in the form of her latest project Pleasure Planet, alongside Andrew Potter and Brian Hersey. The trio have been working together for the best part of five years with their first collaboration heard on NY imprint Throne Of Blood. Harking back to the synth sounds of the ‘80s with hints of Italo disco, their latest ‘Pleasure Planet’ EP has come via Foxman and Potter’s colourful new imprint self: timer. We catch up with Foxman to reminisce about the essential records that inspired the Pleasure Planet sound — from Nu Groove classics to New Order...

As a DJ/producer of dark, harrowing sound, the head honcho of the multidisciplinary 6dimensions label, and founder of one the UK's most influential parties, LOST, Steve Bicknell's significance to the underground cannot be understated. Ahead of his Detroit debut this weekend, he steps up for his DJ Mag Podcast with a mix of enveloping, relentless techno and electro...

Born in the UK in the early ‘90s, during a period of explosive creativity, the freeform breakbeats of jungle became the soundtrack to many producers’ formative years before taking a backseat to more formulaic ideas. Recently, however, a new wave of talent has been on the rise, feeding their junglist sensibilities into all corners of the dance...