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Los Angeles’ Sha Sha Kimbo debuts on John Frusciante and Aura T-09’s Evar Records with the ‘Total Chaos’ EP, featuring remixes from Lyzza, Machinegirl and LCY. Hear ‘Limited Perfect’ now

The database is the project of Manchester artists DJ Soyboi and Hardcore Harry

London’s Club Winston readies two new releases on his UKGEORGE imprint. Hear the sweet melodic swing and festival-ready bounce of ‘Soft Half’

São Paulo's Cashu sprints through mutant dancehall, d&b, techno and more in her shapeshifting On Cue mix

São Paulo's Cashu sprints through mutant dancehall, d&b, techno and more in her shapeshifting On Cue mix, and speaks to April Clare Welsh about the importance of fostering community for LGBTQIA+ voices and radical politics through her Mamba Negra collective, label and party

Rave futurism from Rotterdam-via-Belfast rising talent, Kessler

Rotterdam-via-Belfast rave futurist Kessler records a storming mix for the Fresh Kicks series, and speaks to Niamh O’Connor about finding inspiration during lockdown and in his hometown scene

Club Glow returns with the third instalment of its cassette series, a futuristic rave split by AK Sports and Kessler. Hear the AK Sports peak-time slammer ‘Only Me Then Only You’ now

Celebrating the legacy of the shop run by Mike De Underground, Cool Hand Flex, Uncle 22 and Randall

High-velocity rave bangers from Berlin's DJ Gigola

DJ Gigola records a mix of high-velocity rave bangers for the Fresh Kicks series, and speaks to Niamh O’Connor about the Live From Earth collective and Berlin’s ever-changing club scene

Bangkok-based artist Wanton Witch blends hardcore, trap, experimental techno and more on her debut LP for Stroboscopic Artefacts. Hear the frenzied ‘Looping Projection Of You’ now

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

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