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Next up on Tash LC’s Club Yeke label is Lisbon’s  Bubas Produçoes with the ‘MEGA’ EP. Hear the irresistibly buoyant kuduro cut, ‘Padjinha Part 3’ now

SHERELLE and NAINA step up with a 100% Hooversound mix

Hooversound is the burgeoning UK club label run by SHERELLE and NAINA. As the much-hyped imprint celebrates its first release, prepares for the future, and recalibrates in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, its founders deliver a thrilling mix of 100% Hooversound material, sprinting across the 140 - 170 BPM club music spectrum

Syncopated club rhythms, radiant vocals and frenzied breaks from Paris-based purveyor of international club sounds, Jaymie Silk

Syncopated club rhythms, radiant vocals and frenzied breaks from Paris-based purveyor of international club sounds, Jaymie Silk

Next up on Martyn’s 3024 label is DJ Mag’s Best of British Breakthrough Producer winner 2019, Yak. Hear the psychedelic, slippery synths and jazzy drums on ‘Dire Hit’ now

Next up on Mr. Mitch’s Gobstopper Records is London-via-Bristol bass manipulator and UK techno innovator, Otik. Hear the intoxicating ambience and syrupy grooves of ‘Thousand Year Stare’ now

With frenzied breaks, high-speed hardcore and sizzling 160 sonics, FFF takes the Fresh Kicks mix series by storm

With frenzied breaks, high-speed hardcore and sizzling 160 sonics, FFF takes the Fresh Kicks mix series by storm

With hi-def club sounds, hardcore techno, frenzied mash-ups and mutant EDM, Swan Meat takes the Fresh Kicks mix series to another dimension

With hi-def club sounds, hardcore techno, frenzied mash-ups and mutant EDM, Swan Meat takes the Fresh Kicks mix series to another dimension

140bpm heat from UK dubstep's leading lights

 On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, UK dubstep’s leading lights, Sicaria Sound, pull from every side of the 140bpm spectrum, and speak to Joe Roberts about their new Cutcross label, production, and always sticking to their guns

The EP is out on Mad Decent sub-label, Good Enuff

With percussive grooves and radiant club sounds, Poté steps up for the Fresh Kicks mix series

With percussive grooves and radiant club sounds, Poté steps up for the Fresh Kicks mix series

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