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Preditah records a dancefloor-focused mix for the On Cue series, and tells Ria Hylton about working with Jorja Smith, the importance of music theory, and how lockdown made him up his game

 

Whether he’s making garage, bassline, tech-house or grime, DJ and producer Preditah’s sound is unmistakable. With his new tunes ‘Glucose’ and ‘Don’t Cry’ making waves, he records a dancefloor-focused mix for the On Cue series, and tells Ria Hylton about working with Jorja Smith, the importance of music theory, and how lockdown made him up his game

En:vy steps up on Critical Music with four cuts of scorching drum & bass. Hear ‘Airplane Mode’ now

Mina demonstrates her collaborative spirit and globally-focused club sound in her radiant and percussive Recognise mix

Joining the dots between sounds from the UK, Ghana, South America and beyond, Mina makes tracks driven by a spirit of collaboration, demonstrated in her radiant and percussive Recognise mix. As Katie Thomas learns, together with MC Bryte and via her Earth Kicks label, Mina is on a mission to connect people through music

Chicago’s TRAXMAN returns to Moveltraxx with four cuts of techno, juke and footwork fusionism. Hear ‘I'm A Freaky Brotha (feat. Richard Groove)’ now

The virtual ceremony will live stream the best in UK rap, grime, and more

Most pandemic regulations are expected to be dropped by Saturday 25th September

Nyege Nyege Tapes readies its second compilation of Tanzanian singeli, ‘Sounds of Pamoja’. Hear the crazed beats and frantic flow of MC Kuke’s 'Kwa Ajiri Yao’ now

Or:la’s Céad label taps FAFF, Mary Lake, Supreems and Splash Pattern for a compilation of cosmic club stompers. Hear Mary Lake’s ‘Magnetic Island’ now

On their new album, ‘Honest Labour’, Berlin and Manchester-based duo Space Afrika sculpt an experimental electronic sound driven by a desire to break free of genre lines, subtly informed by memories of being young, Black and working class in northern England. Speaking to DJ Mag, the pair discuss the importance of developing artistically on one’s own terms, the influence of Channel U on their ethos, and the beauty of creating undefinable music

On their new album, ‘Honest Labour’, Berlin and Manchester-based duo Space Afrika sculpt an experimental electronic sound driven by a desire to break free of genre lines, subtly informed by memories of being young, Black and working class in northern England. Speaking to DJ Mag, the pair discuss the importance of developing artistically on one’s own terms, the influence of Channel U on their ethos, and the beauty of creating undefinable music

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