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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

The New York artist was extensively sampled by the likes of Daft Punk, De La Soul and The Avalanches

One of the leading lights of "disco's revenge" in the US capital has passed away

The Roots formed in the city in the late '80s

Spanning hard drum, nu-metal mutations, Jersey club and trance-imbued techno, Syn pulls no punches in her frenzied Fresh Kicks mix

Spanning hard drum, nu-metal mutations, Jersey club and trance-imbued techno, Syn pulls no punches in her frenzied Fresh Kicks mix

VONDA7 returns to her own art | werk imprint with three-track EP, 'At The Right Pace'. Hear the melodic piano chords and uplifting ambience of the title track now

Glasgow duo Manakinz are next up on Jasper James' Mitchell Street Records. Hear the chunky percussion and soulful vocal work on the title track now

Get acquainted with Berlin-via-Mexico's purveyor of dark, industrial techno, Lokier

For Fans Of: Cera Khin, Identified Patient, Silent Servant

Three Tracks: ‘Fighting The Past’, ‘Last One’, ‘Unknown Levels’

An hour of slippery tones, asymmetrical rhythms and Technicolor club sounds from The Lot Radio resident, Human Pitch co-founder and sound designer extraordinaire Tristan Arp as part of the Fresh Kicks series

An hour of slippery tones, asymmetrical rhythms and Technicolor club sounds from The Lot Radio resident, Human Pitch co-founder and sound designer extraordinaire Tristan Arp as part of the Fresh Kicks series. Eoin Murray catches up with the Detroit-born, New York-based artist about the importance of play and curiosity in electronic music, his new collaborative project, and creating 'what the fuck' moments on the dancefloor

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