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New reports show harassment and abuse is still prevalent despite the #MeToo movement

Footwork hero DJ Manny channels the hyper-personal, R&B-influenced sound of his new Planet Mu album, ‘Signals In My Head’, in his masterful On Cue mix

Chicago-born, New York-based footwork artist DJ Manny channels the hyper-personal, R&B-influenced sound of his new Planet Mu album ‘Signals In My Head’ in his masterful On Cue mix. A core artist in the legendary Teklife crew, he chats with Shiba Melissa Mazaza about how, after years of keeping a low profile, he’s stepping into the spotlight and how, for him, love really is the answer

 

An initial target for the #keepdjoondancing campaign has been set at €25,000

Jeddah-born, Dublin-based DJ Moving Still records a hi-NRG mix of edits and originals for the Fresh Kicks series

Jeddah-born, Dublin-based DJ Moving Still records a hi-NRG mix of edits and originals, and speaks to Gabriel Szatan about the thriving network of “Arabic electronic" musicians across the world

Known as ‘the father of the Balearic beat’, Alfredo launched a crowdfund campaign last week

NYC house stalwart Angel Moraes passed away suddenly this week, leaving behind a legacy as a dedicated DJ, producer and club founder. Here, UK artist Mat Playford remembers Moraes' selfless spirit and friendship, and the influence he had on the young DJ’s career in the ‘90s

NYC house stalwart Angel Moraes passed away suddenly this week, leaving behind a legacy as a dedicated DJ, producer and club founder. Here, UK artist Mat Playford remembers Moraes selfless spirit and friendship, and the influence he had on the young DJ’s career in the ‘90s

The planet TOI 1338 b was discovered by an intern in 2019

A dazzling mix of hyperkinetic club music for the Recognise series

Suzi Analogue delivers a dazzling mix of hyperkinetic club music for the Recognise series, and catches up with Tajh Morris about her genre-spanning style, her experience as a queer Black woman in the music industry, and her goal to educate the world on the unsung contributions of those communities to music

Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

Jasmine Infiniti delivers a no-holds-barred set of furious, euphoric techno for the Recognise series, and speaks to Jasmine Kent-Smith about her New World Dysorder label and club night, her DIY ethos, and carving her own narrative

Tributes have come from James Zabiela, Dave Seaman and Rainbow Serpent, among others

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