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Percussive club acrobatics and mind-altering rhythms from São Paulo’s BADSISTA

 Recognise is DJ Mag's monthly mix series, introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. This month, São Paulo’s BADSISTA steps up with an incendiary mix of percussive club acrobatics and mind-altering rhythms, and chats with Chal Ravens about life on the road, fusing ‘90s trance with high-speed Brazilian funk, and the unifying politics of the rave

With frenzied breaks, high-speed hardcore and sizzling 160 sonics, FFF takes the Fresh Kicks mix series by storm

With frenzied breaks, high-speed hardcore and sizzling 160 sonics, FFF takes the Fresh Kicks mix series by storm

The game developed by Harmonix is set to be released later this year and allows players to become a DJ

Searing, syncopated rhythms and psychedelic club sounds from Manchester's Avernian

With searing syncopated rhythms and psychedelic club sounds, Avernian dishes out a drum-led trip for the Fresh Kicks mix series

Rumours that the venue was to close are untrue

The 50,000 watt, seven-stack soundsystem is back

One month down, 11 to go, with Honey Dijon's Full Fantasy, Hit & Run, and Timedance

One down, 11 to go, with Honey Dijon's Full Fantasy, Hit & Run at Mayfield, 5 Years of Timedance

Next up on All Centre is Texas-born, London-based producer and Noods Radio regular, Alexis. Hear the warped, ghostly techno cut, ‘Tesseract’, now

A whirlwind mix of modern jungle from the essential label's catalogue

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, we catch up with one of the key forces in the modern jungle movement, Repertoire, whose founder, Law, serves up a whirlwind mix of cuts from the label’s catalogue

UK DJ They-Ra announces ‘Never Decay, Vol.1’ compilation, with all proceeds going toward The Outside Project LGBTQI+ homeless shelter. Hear the rapid-fire rhythms and weighty bass of Teya Logos & Lvers’s ‘Link Up’ now

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