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Rachael Williams, aka Ambient Babestation Meltdown, compiles an hour of obscure TV samples and leftfield techno, rave and '80s German punk for the Fresh Kicks series, and chats to Amy Fielding about discovering alternative music, working at an adult entertainment channel, and a love for sampling

Rachael Williams, aka Ambient Babestation Meltdown, compiles an hour of obscure TV samples and leftfield techno, rave and '80s German punk for the Fresh Kicks series, and chats to Amy Fielding about discovering alternative music, working at an adult entertainment channel, and a love for sampling

DJ ADHD is next up on Chloé Robinson aka Barely Legal’s Pretty Weird Records with the ‘Vortex’ EP. Hear the clattering techno title track now

Chloe Frieda's label balances propulsive dancefloor energy with extraterrestrial experimentation. Alongside a mix from its catalogue, she chats to Eoin Murray about the imprint's origins on NTS Radio, creating an inclusive platform for artists, and how moving away from vinyl has allowed it to thrive

 

London label Alien Jams has been releasing music that balances propulsive dancefloor energy with extraterrestrial experimentation since 2014. Alongside a mix from its catalogue, founder Chloe Frieda chats to Eoin Murray about the label's origins on NTS Radio, creating an inclusive platform for artists, and how moving away from vinyl has allowed it to thrive

Warped house, towering italo and heady electro from Belfast's Jordan

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, Nocturne label head, Jordan, steps up with an hour of warped house, Italo disco and heady electro, and chats about his early teens spent on the clubbing circuit, The Night Institute, and his minimalist studio set-up

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ Mag talks to Barely Legal about her early days with Just Jam, London's underground bass scene, and the world of Pretty Weird, alongside a fast-paced, whirlwind mix of techno, garage, footwork, jungle, and everything inbetween.

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, DJ Mag talks to Barely Legal about her early days with Just Jam, London's underground bass scene, and the world of Pretty Weird, alongside a fast-paced, whirlwind mix of techno, garage, footwork, jungle, and everything in between

An hour of high-definition dance music from Hessle Audio affiliate, Joe

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. This week, Hessle Audio affiliate, Joe, steps up with an hour of high-definition club sounds, and chats to Eoin Murray about his new EP on Cómeme, minimalism, and ASMR in dance music

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The Pretty Weird tour will include 8 dates across the UK and Europe

An hour of UK techno and bass-driven dubs from Bristol export, Otik

An hour of UK techno and bass-driven dubs from Bristol export, Otik, as part of our Fresh Kicks series

Funk-infused, jazzy disco and balearic grooves from Ruf Dug as part of our On Cue series

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. Next up is Manchester-based DJ, producer, NTS Resident, and all round good guy, Ruf Dug, who drops in with just over an hour of funk-infused, jazzy disco and balearic grooves

 Investigating the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds

Artificial intelligence, the doom mongers say, will make many human jobs obsolete, and some believe it will destroy the music industry too. But the flipside is a brave new world where AI and people can co-exist, collaborate, and make beautiful music together. We investigate the weird and potentially wonderful world of algorithmic sounds

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