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Electro. From Kraftwerk To Techno runs until May and features over 500 exhibits

It’s the first book to be released on the Danish DJ’s label

Spanning over 300 pages, the publication charts the Czech capital's underground from 2015 to 2020

The tech company honours the legacy of electronic music with the immersive platform

The four-part series features Or:la, Bicep and more revealing the stories behind their biggest tracks

Carlton Doom delivers a 60-minute mix of his own productions

In this week’s Fresh Kicks mix, Belfast’s very own Carlton Doom delivers a 60-minute archive of his own productions, in the form of intoxicating breaks, guttural techno and lo-fi sounds. He also chats to Amy Fielding about AVA Festival, clubbing at 15, and producing under an alias

"A place to explore, conserve and relive the historical dimensions and influences of Electronic Music"

Bumako Recordings' Jenifa Mayanja records an hour of smooth deep house and funk-fuelled grooves for the On Cue series

Bumako Recordings' Jenifa Mayanja records an hour of smooth deep house and funk-fuelled grooves for the On Cue series and, in the midst of a vibrant new creative chapter in her life, chats to Zara Wladawsky about the evolution of her label, her mentoring programme, and preserving the classic New York sound

 

It's an "intimate biography of the iconic DJ who was lost too soon"

With sizzling electro, crunching breakbreats, frenzied footwork and much more in between, Nikki Nair records a jaw dropping productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Katie Thomas about his route into music-making and DJing, the importance of respecting dance music history, and the push for a more diverse scene

With sizzling electro, crunching breakbreats, frenzied footwork and much more in between, Nikki Nair records a jaw dropping productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Katie Thomas about his route into music-making and DJing, the importance of respecting dance music history, and the push for a more diverse scene

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