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The Prodigy, Andy C – Firestarter (Andy C Remix)

Three years ago, the world lost Keith Flint. The frontman of legendary electronic group The Prodigy, Flint is one of the most iconic figures in the history of UK dance music. It’s a good time to revisit the work of The Prodigy; With the current state of UK politics in

Atlanta’s Nikki Nair is sort of unmatched when it comes to creating dexterous and ever mutating formulations of breakbeats and club sounds. Defining Nair’s work per-se is nearly impossible, in the span of three minutes he could surge from footwork to drill’n’bass to dubstep and back again. Last year’s excellent

On paper, 053 is the most unlikely of collaborations. A joint effort between Italian producer and DJ TSVI and London’s Loraine James? The former a student of precision, the latter a merchant of chaos. Or perhaps this partnership was inevitable. After all, both artists have been finding a space for

Last year, Chicago’s Jana Rush single handedly pivoted footwork from the streets to the forefront of electronic music innovation. Her masterful album Painful Enlightenment both disrupted and evolved the form, a documentation of the unraveling of her own mental health through jarring, misshapen loops and stylistic mutations. Rush revealed within

One of the most beguiling skills Atlanta’s Nikki Nair possesses as a producer is his unmatched dexterity. He has the ability to (quite like no one else) flow through passages of various styles and signatures in the span of one four minute track and make it feel seamless. Nair is

Brian Leeds is someone who is unafraid to push the boundaries of their art, embracing evolution in a way that challenges the notion of artists being tied to genre. It’s the reason he created the Huerco S. moniker for which he is best known. For Leeds, that name would become

From classic PC Music mutations to atmospheric tech-house programmed for rainy days, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. In no particular order:  Angel-Ho – Silent Plateau  Angel-Ho approaches music much in the same way as a performance artist; bursts of improvisation followed through with a bit of refinement.

If you were to ask us which continent is currently at the forefront of electronic music’s future, we wouldn’t hesitate to say that it’s *Africa. Let’s look at the facts. In the past two years, the sound of South Africa’s amapiano has essentially gone viral and has infiltrated most of

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