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Episode one of the Rhythm Lab Records project features Ethan Hill and Madrush MC

Kirk formed the influential industrial group in 1973

The James T. Kirk and Two Fingas story centres on Black British men amid a lost weekend in the UK capital

The repurposed corrugated metal shed boasts a Focal sound system, intelligent lighting and more

Supercharged rave sounds, breakbeat hardcore, ghettotech and donk from one of the UK's most exciting DJs, Yazzus

With her supercharged rave productions and hybrid sets that pack in everything from breakbeat hardcore and donk to footwork jungle and techno, Yazzus embodies everything that makes UK dance music so exciting today. Her genre-hopping Recognise mix is a shining example of why she's taking the scene by storm

Zora Jones delivers a shape-shifting hour of experimental club music for the Recognise series, and talks to Rob McCallum about her new album, 'Ten Billion Angels', and the rich audiovisual world of Fractal Fantasy

Zora Jones delivers shape-shifting hour of experimental club music for the Recognise series, and talks to Rob McCallum about her new album 'Ten Billion Angels', and the rich audiovisual world of Fractal Fantasy

With an hour of animated rave cuts and tough, trippy techno, Knoxville, Tennessee DJ Alex Falk’s Fresh Kicks mix locks into the DIY energy of TEKNOX party he co-runs

With an hour of animated rave cuts and tough, trippy techno, Knoxville, Tennessee DJ Alex Falk’s Fresh Kicks mix locks into the DIY energy of the TEKNOX party he co-runs

Honey Dijon, Jasmine Infiniti and Mike Servito will all perform during the charity event

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation.  DJ Mag's editor-in-chief, Carl Loben, speaks to some of the Black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene

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