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UE.48: Liam van Ryn

August 28, 2018 |

Otherworldly sounds from from the Future Bubbler following on from the release of his beguiling debut EP, Serendipity.Read More

UE.47: Zepherin Saint

August 8, 2018 |

The Tribe Records head honcho turns in a sun-soaked hour of soulful house.Read More

UE.46: Elsa Hewitt

March 19, 2018 |

The Brighton-born multi instrumentalist draws for Duke Ellington and Rhythm & Sound in her exclusive mix.Read More

UE.45: Strange New Generation

February 14, 2018 |

Hailing from Katlehong, a small neighbourhood on the eastern side of Johannesburg, are Strange New Generation. A three-strong collective of exuberant producers and rappers, SNG are a new voice on the alternative rap scene, as much influenced by LA beats … Read More

UE.44: Kenneth Christiansen

January 22, 2018 |

Having casually shaped the modern dub techno sound to such a degree so as to contribute to its synonymity with the Danish region, Echocord will be celebrating nearly seventeen years in the game in 2018. Some achievement for the label and its … Read More

UE.43: Bernard Baum

December 12, 2017 |

A couple of weeks back we introduced you to Panatype and Bernard Baum. The former, a new record label from Peckham-via-Paris trading in warm electronica and glitchy micro house; the latter, its co-founder and production wunderkind whose reverb drenched ‘Atoll’ we premiered. Read More

UE.42: Jorgito

December 7, 2017 |

Hailing from the Mexican border city of Reynosa, Jorgito makes what can only be termed deep acid. Read More

UE.41: Books

November 30, 2017 |

Despite his nightmarishly SEO-unfriendly monicker, North London producer Books is a name that’s just kept cropping up on our radar over the past 18 months. Read More

UE.40: Joe Cleen

November 16, 2017 |

Stepping up for our two-score mix we have an hour of disco permutations from mysterious producer Joe Cleen. Read More

UE.39: Cedric Woo

September 29, 2017 |

For a selector like Cedric Woo, the old adage “It’s not just the records you play, it’s the way you play them” rings true.

My first encounter with Cedric came during last month’s heralded Houghton Festival. Already a couple of … Read More