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Dealing in experimental sci-fi soundscapes as much as it does club bangers, Mexico City’s Infinite Machine has spent a decade at the cutting edge of dance music futurism. Alongside a mix of tracks from its catalogue by Galtier, founder Charlie Juarez discusses the label’s revered alumni, digital interconnectedness, and how it all started with screamo

Dealing in experimental sci-fi soundscapes as much as it does club bangers, Mexico City’s Infinite Machine has spent a decade at the cutting edge of dance music futurism. Alongside a mix of tracks from its catalogue by Galtier, founder Charlie Juarez discusses the label’s revered alumni, digital interconnectedness, and how it all started with screamo

Its return to Bayfront Park will feature sets by Adam Beyer, ANNA, Carl Cox and more

 

15 Years of Hessle Audio, Underground Resistance, BADBADNOTGOOD, Azymuth, Nu Genea, and Overmono

All purchasers before 13th December receive a free ticket to the 2021 DJ Mag Best of British Awards

Bumako Recordings' Jenifa Mayanja records an hour of smooth deep house and funk-fuelled grooves for the On Cue series

Bumako Recordings' Jenifa Mayanja records an hour of smooth deep house and funk-fuelled grooves for the On Cue series and, in the midst of a vibrant new creative chapter in her life, chats to Zara Wladawsky about the evolution of her label, her mentoring programme, and preserving the classic New York sound

 

JKriv & Peter Matson debut on Heist Recordings with four cuts of funk-infused house. Hear Auntie Flo’s remix of ‘Ewesse Ye’ featuring Samy Love now

The pictures were taken by hip hop journalist Lawrence 'Loupy D' Dotson in 1992

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

Produced by Yung Singh and Ministry of Sound, the 11-minute film is now available to watch online

The blueprint was compiled using content from the archives of the Acid House Flashback website

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