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With sizzling electro, crunching breakbreats, frenzied footwork and much more in between, Nikki Nair records a jaw dropping productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Katie Thomas about his route into music-making and DJing, the importance of respecting dance music history, and the push for a more diverse scene

With sizzling electro, crunching breakbreats, frenzied footwork and much more in between, Nikki Nair records a jaw dropping productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Katie Thomas about his route into music-making and DJing, the importance of respecting dance music history, and the push for a more diverse scene

The Australian study surveyed festivalgoers at six music festivals in New South Wales that took place between November 2019 and March 2020

Christchurch, New Zealand duo Ebb & Texture drift from drill, dubstep and grime into blistering UK techno, breaks and jungle in their Fresh Kicks mix

Christchurch, New Zealand duo Ebb & Texture drift from drill, dubstep and grime into blistering UK techno, breaks and jungle in their Fresh Kicks mix, and chat to Eoin Murray about their local scene and landmark EP for Sicaria Sound’s Cutcross Recordings

Chancellor Rishi Sunak's latest spending review includes a 50% discount on business rates for music venues, but some believe it doesn't go far enough

Horse Meat Disco, Jayda G and Mella Dee have also been confirmed for the event

96 Back sprints across a spectrum of styles in his electrifying Recognise mix, taking in brutal beats and breaks, dramatic synths, head scrambling sound designs and more

96 Back sprints across a spectrum of styles in his electrifying Recognise mix, and chats to Kamila Rymajdo about his early diet of Actress and post-punk, finding confidence in unexplored sonic territory, and his new album for Local Action

Worst Behavior Recs co-founder Bell Curve shares a hyperactive mix from her and Anna Morgan's label catalogue. The pair chat to Theo Kotz about how friendship, collaboration and artistic freedom are key to the label’s success

 

Compiling hyper-speed, sci-fi sounds from producers across the globe, Anna Morgan and Bell Curve’s Worst Behavior has quickly become a force to be reckoned with. Alongside a mix from its catalogue, the pair chat to Theo Kotz about how friendship, collaboration and artistic freedom are key to the label’s success

The orchestral spectacular returns to Liverpool's iconic waterfront 

The London duo return to XL Recordings on a 2-step tip

Three men and a woman were also arrested on suspicion of drugs offences

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