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Meshing dancehall, dub, techno and industrial music, Bristol’s Bokeh Versions label has carved a unique niche in the UK underground

Meshing dancehall, dub, techno and industrial, Bristol’s Bokeh Versions label has carved a unique niche in the UK underground  Alongside a 100% Bokeh mix recorded with Giant Swan’s Robin Stewart, founder Miles Opland speaks to Oskar Jeff about the value of eccentricity, the spirit of collaboration, and unique ways of releasing music

Following a DJ Mag Best of British Awards nomination in 2021, the imprint opens the new year with a double-A banger

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

A strong nod to her roots in trap, with video by celebrated director Brandon Dermer

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

Scottish collective Meld invites artists to remix its 2021 releases from KAVARI and Mercy System. Hear Jennifer Walton’s shapeshifting rework of KAVARI’s ‘skee feat. klahrk’ now

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

Running for six weeks in September 2022, the project is a response to the "dissapearance of the Irish nightclub"

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

A four-four, Belgian Nu Beat influenced response to the original broken rave anthem

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