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“A focus on space, texture and the use of voice as an instrument” from the female electronic drone choir.
A four hour set of leftfield grooves and dancefloor rhythms from the Percolate residents.
“A sense of peace and tranquility” from the Cafe OTO producer.
The Livity Sound and IOT Records producer guides us around her magical “homestreethome” studio.
Over 80 DJs, including Bruce, Yushh, Perception and Iration Steppas, will play to reach a target of £5,000 for Meningitis Now.
Honeyed vocals and warm instrumentation from the Māori-Scottish musician on extra Soul Perception.
Latin American soul and funk from the Worldwide FM resident.
The South African singer flips the script on the traditional house format, featuring the producers instead of the vocalist.
The hardware extraordinaire guides us through his enviable studio set-up.