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Taken from the second album by Adam Port, &ME, and Rampa

Pharell was responsible for delivering the welcome speech

Saint Petersburg’s rising star in jungle, footwork and hybrid bass music, A.Fruit, records a 100% productions mix for the Recognise series

Saint Petersburg’s rising star in jungle, footwork and hybrid bass music, A.Fruit, records a 100% productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Kamila Rymajdo about her technical approach to making music, speaking out against political oppression, and creating DJ opportunities for women in her local scene

An electrifying ode to the club from Chicago's Smart Bar resident Ariel Zetina

Ariel Zetina’s DJ sets and productions have earned her a residency at Chicago's legendary Smart Bar, and seen her release EPs on labels like itsfemmeculture and Majia. Alongside her electrifying Recognise mix, she chats to Sophie McNulty about her theatre background, the importance of storytelling, and how her gender transition inspired her to pursue music

Zora Jones delivers a shape-shifting hour of experimental club music for the Recognise series, and talks to Rob McCallum about her new album, 'Ten Billion Angels', and the rich audiovisual world of Fractal Fantasy

Zora Jones delivers shape-shifting hour of experimental club music for the Recognise series, and talks to Rob McCallum about her new album 'Ten Billion Angels', and the rich audiovisual world of Fractal Fantasy

E-Saggila shreds and reassembles divergent strands of electronic music on her new album for Hospital Productions, ‘Corporate Cross’. Hear the fractured beats and unravelling synth patterns of ‘Cellygrin’ now

Oberheim's OBX-a is an ’80s poly synth made famous across endless pop and electronic records

Taken from his forthcoming second LP 'Nurture'

Experimental, accomplished and downright epic, Marc Mac and Dego McFarlane’s 1998 classic served as a blueprint for the divine future possibilities of drum & bass music

Experimental, accomplished and downright epic, Marc Mac and Dego McFarlane’s 1998 classic served as a blueprint for the divine future possibilities of drum & bass music

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