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Get acquainted with Akiko Haruna, the Brighton artist who's searching for connections through filmic sound design, pop and hardcore fusions

Get acquainted with Akiko Haruna, the Brighton artist who's searching for connections through filmic sound design, pop and hardcore fusions

Get acquainted with Shaun J.Wright, the Chicago-born DJ, dancer producer and vocalist who lives and breathes house music

Get acquainted with Shaun J.Wright, the Chicago-born DJ, dancer, producer and vocalist who lives and breathes house music

at the end of the day it's a game ov two halves really init

aya has dazzled the UK underground with her experimental club productions and genre-hopping DJ sets, which she demonstrates in her exhilarating “at the end of the day it's a game ov two halves really init” mix. The London-based, Huddersfield-raised artist also speaks to Sophie McNulty about how her creative upbringing in West Yorkshire informs her work, and how her hyper-detailed process allows her to create art that is genuine

Or:la, Overmono, Little Simz, Yung Singh, Ghetts, Joy Orbison, and Printworks London are among the winners in the 15th edition of DJ Mag’s annual UK awards

"When you have an up-and-coming artist there should be some structure"

The global residencies will open their doors for up to ten days, offering a series of 30+ inclusive music events

I-Boat, Macadam, La Machine Du Moulin Rouge, Rex Club, Le Petit Salon, and Le Sucre are all involved in the campaign

88% of UK artists are currently bringing in less than £1000 per month

With sizzling electro, crunching breakbreats, frenzied footwork and much more in between, Nikki Nair records a jaw dropping productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Katie Thomas about his route into music-making and DJing, the importance of respecting dance music history, and the push for a more diverse scene

With sizzling electro, crunching breakbreats, frenzied footwork and much more in between, Nikki Nair records a jaw dropping productions mix for the Recognise series, and chats to Katie Thomas about his route into music-making and DJing, the importance of respecting dance music history, and the push for a more diverse scene

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