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Experimental sound artist, rkss, delivers a high-intensity mix of pop manipulations, Jersey club, footwork and frenzied EDM as part of our Fresh Kicks series

Experimental sound artist, rkss, delivers a high-intensity mix of pop manipulations, Jersey club, footwork and frenzied EDM as part of our Fresh Kicks series

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Crypticz and Itoa team up on Rudimentary Records with the ‘How It’s Done’ EP. Hear the percussive, rolling juke fusion, ‘Street Drinker’, now

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The workshop will take place in August

From searing electro, acid and breaks to hype UK funky fusions and grime, here's July 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From searing electro, acid and breaks to hype UK funky fusions and grime, here's July 2019's list of upcoming talent you should be keeping track of...

A blistering mix of impeccable cuts from the London d&b label's catalogue...

Our newly relaunched monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the labels we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we catch up with d&b imprint Astrophonica's co-founder Charlie Fieber AKA Fracture to discuss the label's past, present and future alongside a blistering mix of cuts from its impeccable catalogue...

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Chris Inperspective premiere dj mag

Chris Inperspective steps up on his own Inperspective Records with the ‘Dragons In The World’. Hear the rolling, foggy d&b cut ‘You Understand (feat. Will Miles)’ now…

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The Chems have recounted their early experiences of raving in a new interview...

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‘The Director's Cut Chapter 1’ is out this week…

Looking into the history of the 909 drum machine 35 years on from its launch...

Roland’s 909 drum machine is responsible for the rhythm of house and techno, and countless classics of dance and pop. Exactly 35 years after its launch, we delve deep into the device, learning how it laid the foundations of modern club music, and how it still exerts a strong influence now...

Words: DAVE JENKINS 

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