Hugh Taylor meets the creator of Congotekno. Sleek and hyperactive sounds from AYA and Air Max '97. The Bristol artist's first LP reveals subtle depths to his sound. "Ghettotech meets UK rave" on Sherelle and Naina's new label. The follow-up to RA's favourite mix from 2019 lands you straight in a midsummer garage rave. The Canadian pop artist warms hearts at one of the last parties London may see for a while. Chest-rattling, bass-heavy, undeniably effective DJ weapons from five new artists. Electrifying reworks from a top techno duo. Turbo-charged club beats that move between moments of chaos and calm. Bold, confusing breakcore with a funny side. (Just wait till you see the film clip.) Ahead of a debut album, the Shygirl-affiliated producer steps out with a bold single. Hip-hop, chiptune and footwork on downers. Fast, unpredictable and fun—it could only be Squarepusher. The Swing Ting MC, backed by beatmakers like Equiknoxx, Finn and Sinjin Hawke, delivers an accomplished first album. Celebratory 160 BPM jams from East Africa. From noise to techno to 195 BPM breakcore, this LP thrives in dramatic extremes. Traxman's latest LP nods to Chicago's dance music heritage while maintaining footwork's frenzied pace. The UK's biggest, most-cherished party makes a triumphant return. The London DJ displays his expansive taste in modern club music. East Africa's most eye-opening dance music festival overcomes threats of cancellation to hold another triumphant edition.