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Barcelona-based imprint Slice launch their sister label, Watermelon, with an EP of slick club cuts. Listen to Pierre Cordarin's percussive roller, 'Blue & Green', now

“With your help, we aim to step forward and create homegrown Black British content that resonates with communities around the world”

Freight Island will open its doors in mid-July

The New York artist was extensively sampled by the likes of Daft Punk, De La Soul and The Avalanches

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

DJ Swagger returns to Thirty Year Records with five UKG-inspired club sizzlers on the ‘Bassline Funkyshit’ EP. Hear the warped and rolling ‘Beta Phase’ now

Chungo is set to release his second EP for Scuffed Recordings later this month. Hear the Bristol-based producer's vibrant, percussive roller, 'Differ', now

German DJ, producer & label boss Butch has collaborated with C.Vogt on a forthcoming EP for his OTHERSIDE imprint. Hear colourful synth skip across a bubbling bassline on S.A.M.'s remix of 'Parallels' now

FUSE boss Enzo Siragusa serves up five alternative cuts from his 'Decade of Rave' project. Hear the bubbling synth and slick percussion on minimal roller, 'The Quest', now

High-speed club heaters and "complete disorder and confusion" from the mighty Chippy Nonstop 

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, Toronto-based Chippy Nonstop steps up with an hour of high-speed club heaters, and chats about her new music, tackling the gender disparity in dance music, and making you comfortable with being uncomfortable

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