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Researchers at Birmingham City University have issued a stark warning

Saint Petersburg’s rising star in jungle, footwork and hybrid bass music, A.Fruit, records a 100% productions mix for the Recognise series

Saint Petersburg’s rising star in jungle, footwork and hybrid bass music, A.Fruit, records a 100% productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Kamila Rymajdo about her technical approach to making music, speaking out against political oppression, and creating DJ opportunities for women in her local scene

 

Get acquainted with Scotland-born, Berlin-based producer Dream_E, whose sound moves from blissed-out ambient to rave-ready breaks

 

Get acquainted with Scotland-born, Berlin-based producer Dream_E, whose sound moves from blissed-out ambient to rave-ready breaks

The mural has been underway since May

It features 5000 records from the late house pioneer's personal collection

A petition launched in February has made KMD-MF DOOM Way a reality

Manni Dee channels the industrial techno experimentalism of his new Perc Trax LP in his high-octane On Cue mix

Manni Dee channels the industrial techno experimentalism of his new Perc Trax LP in his high-octane On Cue mix, and speaks to Niamh O’Connor about reaffirming his musical identity

Get acquainted with the 19-year-old MC taking UK drill by storm

Get acquainted with the 19-year-old MC taking UK drill by storm

São Paulo's Cashu sprints through mutant dancehall, d&b, techno and more in her shapeshifting On Cue mix

São Paulo's Cashu sprints through mutant dancehall, d&b, techno and more in her shapeshifting On Cue mix, and speaks to April Clare Welsh about the importance of fostering community for LGBTQIA+ voices and radical politics through her Mamba Negra collective, label and party

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

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