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Diessa dances between Room 1 and Room 2 dance music on her new EP for London’s Edited Arts. Hear the sizzling syncopated rhythms of ‘slavski kolac’ now

The radio takeover will feature guest mixes from Sheba Q, Jordan Nocturne, Nammy Wams and Sherry S

A #DearBoris virtual protest is also underway on social media, with 145,000 signatures and more than 5,000 letters now sent in support of the campaign 

San steps up on Rua Sound with four cuts of spectral high-def jungle. Hear the frenzied breaks and mutated samples of ‘Subject9’ now

Radiant grooves from the 100% Silk catalogue, recorded in 2015 by the late, great, Cherushii

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and driving their respective scenes. This month, Kristan J Caryl catches up with Britt Brown, co-founder of beloved Los Angeles DIY imprint, 100% Silk, who shares a previously unheard mix of tracks from its catalogue, recorded in 2015 by late, great label affiliate Cherushii

An 80-minute melting pot of bubbling minimal from London's Rossko

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ/producer and long-standing FUSE resident, Rossko, serves up a hypnotic melting pot of minimal house and techno rollers, and chats about his early teens on pirate radio, illegal raves, and the launch of his new label, Late Night Skanking

Holly Lester launches her new label, Duality Trax, with an EP from Fio Fa. Hear the shimmering, classic rave inspired ‘Fantasm’ now

Psychedelic techno and technicolor club sounds from Parris

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, London's Parris steps up with a mix of psychedelic techno and technicolor club sounds, and chats about  collaborations, dodging the pressure of constant self-promotion, and doing things at his own pace

The 16-channel hardware unit was first released in 1978

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