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Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

Zora Jones delivers a shape-shifting hour of experimental club music for the Recognise series, and talks to Rob McCallum about her new album, 'Ten Billion Angels', and the rich audiovisual world of Fractal Fantasy

Zora Jones delivers shape-shifting hour of experimental club music for the Recognise series, and talks to Rob McCallum about her new album 'Ten Billion Angels', and the rich audiovisual world of Fractal Fantasy

Nicolás Jaar, KMRU, UNIIQU3, GAIKA and Shannen SP are among the artists taking part in the online event

UNIIQU3 delivers July's Recognise, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast

Returning after a pause due to the impact of coronavirus, Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. Known as the Queen of Jersey club, UNIIQU3 delivers July's instalment, a 20-track all-female mix of sounds that circulate the electronic music underground on the East Coast. A key figure in Jersey club’s second wave, she also speaks to DJ Mag's digital editor Rob McCallum about her rise in the scene, its influence on mainstream dance music, and building a future for her community

Jana Rush, Sami Baha and FaltyDL all feature on the forthcoming release

Percussive club acrobatics and mind-altering rhythms from São Paulo’s BADSISTA

 Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, São Paulo’s BADSISTA steps up with an incendiary mix of percussive club acrobatics and mind-altering rhythms, and chats with Chal Ravens about life on the road, fusing ‘90s trance with high-speed Brazilian funk, and the unifying politics of the rave

Juliana Huxtable delivers a high-energy hour of unpredictable techno textures

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, Texas-born, New York-based multi-disciplinary artist, Juliana Huxtable, delivers a high-energy hour of unpredictable textures, and chats with Tanya Akinola about her wide-reaching creative output, which orbits themes of identity, power structures, alternate histories and deviant futures

L U C Y delivers a high-energy hour of bass heavy cuts

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, London-based L U C Y delivers a high-energy hour of bass heavy cuts, and chats to Dhruva Balram about not being restricted by genre and starting with a clean slate in 2020

Solid Blake explores the spectrum of dark electro in this month's Recognise mix

Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, Glasgow-born, Copenhagen-based Solid Blake delivers a storming 60-minute mix, exploring the spectrum of dark electro

Exploring the caustic, otherworldly sounds of Italy's experimental underground courtesy of Haunter Records, with an exclusive mix from label bosses Heith and Sense Fracture

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 explore the caustic, otherworldly sounds of Italy's experimental underground courtesy of Haunter Records, with an exclusive mix from label bosses Heith and Sense Fracture

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