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Get acquainted with Akiko Haruna, the Brighton artist who's searching for connections through filmic sound design, pop and hardcore fusions

Get acquainted with Akiko Haruna, the Brighton artist who's searching for connections through filmic sound design, pop and hardcore fusions

Baltimore-based producer, singer and songwriter :3LON launches their PLUR.net label with new single, 'Quantum Leaping'. Hear Mobilegirl’s remix now

J-Shadow experiments with gritty breaks and bass, hypnotic computer sounds and cosmic themes on his new album, ‘Hyperfold’. Hear ‘Exosphere’ now

LMajor’s ‘Tear My Heart’ EP on Club Glow brings ‘90s hardcore rave sonics with a futuristic flair. Hear ‘Energy’ now

The producer, singer and songwriter steps out on their own imprint 

Yosh records an hour of thumping UKG, breaks and acid for the Fresh Kicks mix series, and chats to Oli Warwick about his life in the rave and finding his true sound

Yosh records an hour of thumping UKG, breaks and acid for the Fresh Kicks mix series, and chats to Oli Warwick about his life in the rave and finding his true sound

Wayward invite Tim Reaper, Kareem Ali, BAE BAE and more to remix their debut LP, ‘Waiting For The World’. Hear Eliza Rose’s silky two-step rework of ‘Thirty Three’ now

 

The compilation features eight tracks made by women producers from around China

Presenting a selection of our Ones To Watch for 2022 with a month of guest mixes

Turntablist and producer Jon1st delivers his annual end of year megamix via the On Cue series: a tempo-shifting set of hyped-up breaks, turbo-charged drum & bass and breakneck genre fusionism.

Turntablist and producer Jon1st delivers his annual end of year megamix via the On Cue series: a tempo-shifting set of hyped-up breaks, turbo-charged drum & bass and breakneck genre fusionism. After a year that saw him launch a weekly A/V mix series and drop an impressive run of releases, he tells DJ Mag about how learning audio-visual skills sharpened his production scalpel, and how turntablism should be fun, not just technical

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