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Get acquainted with Dar Disku, the London and Bahrain-based collective and label refashioning buried disco gems of the Middle East and North Africa

Get acquainted with Dar Disku, the London and Bahrain-based collective and label refashioning buried disco gems of the Middle East and North Africa

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

Get acquainted with Maara, the Montréal artist producing techno, electro and downtempo with a tripped-out twist

Get acquainted with Maara, the Montréal artist producing techno, electro and downtempo with a tripped-out trance twist

Get acquainted with Wiltshire’s Eusebeia, whose ethereal sound fuses jungle, techno, dub and ambient with ancient philosophical themes

Get acquainted with Wiltshire’s Eusebeia, whose ethereal sound fuses jungle, techno, dub and ambient with ancient philosophical themes

Get acquainted with Brooklyn’s purveyor of high-octane acid techno, Wtchcrft

Get acquainted with Brooklyn’s purveyor of high-octane acid techno, Wtchcrft

Get acquainted with South London's Fred again.., the Brian Eno-mentored producer creating emotive, collaborative dance anthems

Get acquainted with South London's Fred again.., the Brian Eno-mentored producer creating emotive, collaborative dance anthems

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

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