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Kenya’s foremost Afro-house label, Gondwana KE, aims to take African electronic music where few have gone before. Alongside a mix of tracks from the label’s catalogue, the pair share its story so far with Shiba Melissa Mazaza

Founded by Suraj Mandavia and Eugene Onyango, Kenya’s foremost Afro-house label, Gondwana KE, aims to take African electronic music where few have gone before. Alongside a mix of tracks from the label’s catalogue, the pair share its story so far with Shiba Melissa Mazaza

Aberdeen-based KAVARI is next up on MELD with the ‘if the benign was to ever be so pure’ EP. Hear the explosive breaks and strobing sound design of ‘skee feat. klahrk’  now

Get acquainted with Dallas-raised, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, Liv.e

Get acquainted with Dallas-raised , Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, Liv.e

Manchester’s Monir is up next on MELD with the ‘Still Running’ EP. Hear the rib-rattling UK techno of the title track now

130-minutes of original techno crafted from the label's back catalogue

Scottish collective and label MELD follow up last year's VA compilation with a new EP from DJ and producer, Bolam. Listen to the nostalgia-tinged, high-octane rave energy of 'Forgot My Brain' now

Glasgow upstart Willy will release a new EP via Liam Doc's Eyeangle Records later this month. Journey through distorted breaks and helter-skelter pads on 'Unlucky 4 Some' now

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Newly-founded label MELD launch their imprint with a V/A compilation later this month. Among the label's talent roster is newcomer, Willy, who provides a dynamic take on UK techno with 'First Ill'

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Sam Deliaert returns to LENSKE under his Farrago alias with new EP, 'Neontrance'. Listen to the all-consuming, acid techno thumper 'No Jutsu' now...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From experimental R&B and sample-laden house to ferocious, fiery techno here's February 2019's extended list of next-gen talent you need to know...

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