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Bradley Zero, Saoirse, Byron The Aquarius, salute, Nia Archives and KETTAMA have also been confirmed to play the club between January and March

From acid house to modern politics and beyond

Dirty Dancing is Italian photographer Mattia Zoppellaro's self-described homage to the scene

The movement is explored via Mattia Zoppellaro photos

 

São Paulo's Cashu sprints through mutant dancehall, d&b, techno and more in her shapeshifting On Cue mix

São Paulo's Cashu sprints through mutant dancehall, d&b, techno and more in her shapeshifting On Cue mix, and speaks to April Clare Welsh about the importance of fostering community for LGBTQIA+ voices and radical politics through her Mamba Negra collective, label and party

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to help the documentary get released

With a mix of turbocharged jungle, footwork, R&B, dubstep and more, Zhao Dai Beijing resident and Equaliser co-founder Slowcook shakes up the Fresh Kicks series

With a mix of turbocharged jungle, footwork, R&B, dubstep and more, Zhao Dai Beijing resident and Equaliser co-founder Slowcook shakes up the Fresh Kicks series

Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being records one hour of fuzzy-and-jazzy live techno for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Lauren Martin about surviving as an independent artist, life in America, and the spiritual roots of his music

Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being records one hour of fuzzy-and-jazzy live techno for the On Cue mix series, and speaks to Lauren Martin about surviving as an independent artist, life in America, and the spiritual roots of his music

With over 50 cuts of exemplary UK rap, drill and grime, producer and Croydon FM resident Nammy Wams steps up for the Fresh Kicks mix series

With over 50 cuts of exemplary UK rap, drill and grime, producer and Croydon FM resident Nammy Wams steps up for the Fresh Kicks mix series

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation

Some of the most important DJs in the development of the UK scene are children of the Windrush generation.  DJ Mag's editor-in-chief, Carl Loben, speaks to some of the Black and mixed-race foundation DJs about their parents, racism, culture, and being pioneers in our beloved scene

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