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Dublin’s Jordan Rafferty AKA DART steps up for the Fresh Kicks series with an eclectic mix of dreamy techno, vocal-heavy cuts and progressive club sounds, and speaks with DJ Mag’s Amy Fielding about emotive breakdowns, early inspirations, and AVA Festival

Dublin’s Jordan Rafferty AKA DART steps up for the Fresh Kicks series with an eclectic mix of dreamy breaks, pumping techno and progressive club sounds, and speaks with DJ Mag’s Amy Fielding about emotive breakdowns, early inspirations, and this year's return to clubs and festivals

"I'm really sorry to disappoint you," Mike Skinner said in a post on Instagram

Dealing in experimental sci-fi soundscapes as much as it does club bangers, Mexico City’s Infinite Machine has spent a decade at the cutting edge of dance music futurism. Alongside a mix of tracks from its catalogue by Galtier, founder Charlie Juarez discusses the label’s revered alumni, digital interconnectedness, and how it all started with screamo

Dealing in experimental sci-fi soundscapes as much as it does club bangers, Mexico City’s Infinite Machine has spent a decade at the cutting edge of dance music futurism. Alongside a mix of tracks from its catalogue by Galtier, founder Charlie Juarez discusses the label’s revered alumni, digital interconnectedness, and how it all started with screamo

Including the influence of their famous 'Teachers', the rise of subgenres like blog house, and the eventual split

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

Earlier this week it was announced that Daft Punk’s ‘Homework’ and ‘Alive 1997’ would see a vinyl reissue

The news comes just days after the duo announced their split

The show has been uploaded to YouTube by Flip Reality

French duo Daft Punk, made up of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, have called it quits after 28 years

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