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Watch: Daniel Avery in conversation with Kris Wasabi

Watch back the stream of Daniel Avery's Q&A with former Sneaky Pete's Club resident Kris Wasabi above. Recorded at Summerhall, Edinburgh on 9th December 2019.

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The Forum: Peder Mannerfelt

Peder Mannerfelt is undoubtedly one of the most unusual and illuminating figures in modern-day techno. As well as his relentless and playful solo productions, Mannerfelt has a history as a producer that crosses an axis all of his own. Before he began his own Peder Mannerfelt Records label and began to DJ and produce under his own name, he was one half of Swedish production duo The Subliminal Kid, who became best known for their inventive production work for some of the noughties finest indie crossover bands such as Blonde Redhead and Glasser and most notably, Fever Ray, the solo...

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The Forum: Paramida

Paramida may have a reputation as a divisive character, but no matter what your take on the artist who once jokingly referred to herself as 'Berlin's Most Hated', one thing is almost always agreed upon; Paramida is a superlative DJ. Her label, Love On The Rocks, reflects her far-reaching, unpredictable DJ sets, delivering often winningly odd, refreshingly charistmatic club music that Paramida herself may have bracketed as 'house', but, reflecting her collection, garner influence from the dustiest corners of outsider dance culture across genres, tempos and continents.Having elected to leave Berlin for a number of years, Paramida is now back...

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Erol Alkan Fabric: In Depth Interview

Erol Alkan chatted with Fabric about his experience in three decades of club culture in London, ahead of his show to celebrate 25 years of Bugged Out and 20 years of Fabric. "I'm a firm believer that clearing the floor is not a disaster: it's a sign of belief and if you play a record that people do not dig, then it's OK.. you need to be real and sometimes mess up in order to give context to your truth as a DJ." - Erol Alkan Read the full interview, as part of their 'In Depth' feature HERE

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