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Given the chance, Hong Kong's Ray Cordeiro would do it all over again

A campaign by Ibizan DJ Anna Tur spearheaded the change

 Detroit's Waajeed records a thumping house mix for the On Cue series, and speaks to Tajh Morris about The Underground Music Academy, an ongoing project with UR's Mike Banks and others, which aims to elevate a new generation of local artists

Detroit’s Waajeed records a thumping house mix for the On Cue series, and speaks to Tajh Morris about The Underground Music Academy, an ongoing project with UR's Mike Banks and others, which aims to elevate a new generation of local artists

The Rockin' House Records boss, and first producer to add guitars and live instruments to the studio mix, leaves a huge legacy behind 

A trip into the bumping, cosmic sound of Berlin house and disco label, Toy Tonics

Berlin house and disco label Toy Tonics is pushing a bumping, cosmic sound fuelled by collaboration and live instrumentation. Founder Mathias Modica, aka Kapote and Munk, records a mix from its catalogue, and speaks to Ben Hindle about how versatility and authenticity are more important than ever

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

The Future Bounce boss also confirms her label's first vinyl release 

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

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