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Seoul’s Closet Yi records a cosmic mix of propulsive prog house, techno and electro for the Fresh Kicks series

Seoul’s Closet Yi records a cosmic mix of propulsive prog house, dreamstate techno and electro for the Fresh Kicks series, and chats to Eoin Murray about the influence of video game music on her sound, and her new EP on Silk Road Sounds

The "Prince of Dance Music" has passed away in his Berlin home

A vortex of percussive, experimental club music from London's Stem

Refuge Worldwide resident Stem whips up a vortex of percussive, experimental club music for the Fresh Kicks mix series, and chats to Niamh O’Connor about her interest in dance genres’ cultural histories and evolutions

 

Rham Records has refuted the producer's allegations

Believe it or not, summer is coming. Here are the best speakers to bring the party inside and out

Believe it or not, summer is coming. Here are the best portable Bluetooth speakers to bring the party inside and out

Leon Vynehall sculpts a mix of experimental sounds, smoky house and peak-time techno for the On Cue series

Leon Vynehall sculpts a mix of experimental sounds, smoky house and peak-time techno for the On Cue series, and speaks to Ray Philp about finding his place in the landscape of electronic music, and his most ambitious release to date, ‘Rare, Forever’

120 minutes of rave futurism and hardcore nostalgia from UK breakthrough Mani Festo

Prolific UK DJ and producer Mani Festo records a thunderous two-hour mix of rave futurism and hardcore nostalgia for the Recognise series, and speaks to Ben Hindle about his ongoing quest to achieve his perfect sound

The platform, formerly known as Black Bandcamp, relaunched on 5th May with a new website

Ambient electronics, field recordings, traditional folk, R&B edits and more from the Irish producer

Irish artist Lighght records an immersive mix of ambient electronics, field recordings, traditional folk and R&B edits, and speaks to Eoin Murray about his organic creative process and the value of humour and collaboration

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