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Monki makes her Hot Creations debut with the ‘Yurican Soul’ EP. Hear the rolling, acid-tinted title track now

The mix will be released in March

Inspired by the dusty, crunchy sound of old rave tapes, Western Lore is twisting up modern jungle with a wavy, freeform sound and equally psychedelic visuals

Inspired by the dusty, crunchy sound of old rave tapes, Western Lore is twisting up modern jungle with a wavy, freeform sound and equally psychedelic visuals. Committed to physical formats and with intricate hand-drawn artwork, it’s one of the UK’s most exciting labels both sonically and visually. Ben Hindle catches up with label boss Dead Man’s Chest, who delivers a whirlwind mix of cuts from label’s catalogue

A whirlwind trip into contemporary jungle from the unstoppable Tim Reaper

Tim Reaper records a whirlwind trip into contemporary jungle for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Gabriel Szatan about his Future Retro label, earning the respect of veteran headz, and the art of creative sampling

Against All Odds will air this Friday 20th November on the relaunched Channel U

Channel U will also make a comeback alongside the film's premiere

London producer Flaurese readies his debut EP on Boston Bun’s Circa '99 label. Hear the buoyant house cut  ‘No Other feat. Rosa’ now

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

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation.  DJ Mag's editor-in-chief, Carl Loben, speaks to some of the Black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene

He held down residencies and regular appearances at Space Ibiza, Hacienda, Garlands, and the Roxy Room at Pip's

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