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Australian multi-disciplinary artist Jannah Quill is up next on DJ Plead, T.Morimoto and Jon Watts' SUMAC with five tracks of hi-def club experimentation. Hear the sizzling sub bass of ‘2020’ now

The self-released album is available now via Bandcamp

NKC debuts on Tzusing’s Sea Cucumber label with an EP inspired by trip-hop and alt-rock club edits. Hear the ferocious title track, a collab with MM, now

Wallwork and TSVI record a 100% Nervous Horizon mix, and chat to Joe Roberts about how experimentalism and friendship are woven into the London label's story

Hackney-based Nervous Horizon has established itself as one of the most exciting and forward-thinking club labels in London. For this month’s The Sound Of, two of its three founders, Wallwork and TSVI, record a 100% NH mix, and chat to Joe Roberts about how experimentalism and friendship are woven into its story

Kenyan artist KMRU records a deep, transportive mix of ambient electronics, rustling beats and found sounds for the Fresh Kicks series

Kenyan artist KMRU records a deep, transportive mix of ambient electronics, rustling beats and found sounds for the Fresh Kicks series

Fever Ray remix album
Fever Ray remix album

Tzusing and The Knife's Olof Dreijer also feature

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The label is celebrating five years of releases

Rough-cut techno, twisted EBM and industrial constructs from L.I.E.S. founder Ron Morelli as part of our The Sound Of label showcase

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we speak to Ron Morelli about his prolific outlet, L.I.E.S. Records, and he offers up a challenging mix of rough-cut techno, twisted EBM and industrial constructs

Nightmare dance music, pop mutations and frenzied rhythms from Air Max ‘97...

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, we catch up with London's purveyor of "nightmare dance music" and mutated club sounds, Air Max '97, to discuss his renewed dancefloor focus, solidarity in the capital's club scene, and drum & bass in a cave by the sea...

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