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The new controller lets DJs control lights directly with PRIME equipment

The radio show aired its last episode on New York's WNYU station back in March

Nantes-based DJ, producer and Livity Sound affiliate Simo Cell jumps from bass-heavy club beats and breaks into rap, trap and back again in his hyperactive On Cue mix

Nantes-based DJ, producer and Livity Sound affiliate Simo Cell jumps from bass-heavy club beats and breaks into rap, trap and back again in his hyperactive On Cue mix, and chats to Joe Roberts about his new mini-album, bringing up next gen rom his hometown, and how a break from DJing changed his perspective

The Berlin-based music company has also released a new free plugin

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

The new interfaces start at €99

The London artist is also headlining and co-curating a launch for the compilation at fabric on 5th November

The Warsaw-based Oramics member releases his first 12” for the queer-focused London imprint.

On their new album, ‘Honest Labour’, Berlin and Manchester-based duo Space Afrika sculpt an experimental electronic sound driven by a desire to break free of genre lines, subtly informed by memories of being young, Black and working class in northern England. Speaking to DJ Mag, the pair discuss the importance of developing artistically on one’s own terms, the influence of Channel U on their ethos, and the beauty of creating undefinable music

On their new album, ‘Honest Labour’, Berlin and Manchester-based duo Space Afrika sculpt an experimental electronic sound driven by a desire to break free of genre lines, subtly informed by memories of being young, Black and working class in northern England. Speaking to DJ Mag, the pair discuss the importance of developing artistically on one’s own terms, the influence of Channel U on their ethos, and the beauty of creating undefinable music

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