Kissy Sell Out: “The heritage of dance music is incredibly important” We caught up with the UK DJ/Producer to find out more about his 11 year career, his new KSO moniker, the underground and his new label Stepper Man

KISSY Sell Out made his name by mixing records for the likes of Gwen Stefani, Calvin Harris, Mark Ronson, Sugababes, Groove Armada and Human League when he was only 21 years old and still studying his first degree at London’s prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. His name exploded across the global festival circuit with his frantic and electrifying DJ style, leading him onto hosting one of the most popular specialist shows in BBC Radio 1 history, the “Kissy Klub” between 2007 and 2012. We caught up with him to find out more about his 11...

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Vibe Killers: “We want to feel like the label cares about our music” We caught up with Mark and Mickey Horsey to chat about touring together, what they look for in a label, streaming music and what they have got coming up next

NORTH WEST double-act Vibe Killers have formed a formidable bond together consisting of 20 years worth of blood, sweat, tears and straight up House music. Brothers springing straight out of the streets of Burnley, both Mark and Mickey Horsey have turned heads throughout the electronic musical realm since their rebirth under a new banner back in 2014. Such drive and determination have seen them gain support from big names including Hot Since 82, Loco Dice, Richy Ahmed, Jamie Jones, wAFF and more. Having accomplished releases on such respected labels as Knee Deep In Sound, Hottrax, Elrow, Solâ, Material and...

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George Smeddles: “I have a soundtrack for most moments of my life” The London based DJ/Producer on working with Max Chapman, music piracy and his new releases on Do Not Sleep and Resonance Records

GEORGE Smeddles hit our House radar last year and as co-owner of the highly regarded Resonance Records alongside Max Chapman. 2016 saw him establish himself as one to watch and in 2017 he continued to show why with artists such as Jamie Jones, Kerri Chandler and Darius Syrossian all taking an interest in his sound and a slew of cool releases from the Resonance imprint and himself. With his current releases ‘Gotta Have House’ on Syrossian’s Do Not Sleep and ‘Hard To Find’ on his own Resonance label both turning heads, we caught up with him to find out...

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James Organ: “There have been many artists that have influenced me in some way in Liverpool” We caught up with the 'Beat The Slump' DJ and producer ahead of the sold out Circus 15th Birthday in the city where he lined up alongside Carl Cox and Yousef

JAMES Organ is a name rising through the ranks and rapidly earning his place in the dance music scene. Pushing a vibe that is synonymous with electric club and festival sets, both James Organ’s mixing and on-stage presence over-flow with energy from start to finish. Playing to crammed festival tents with 6,000+ ravers is now the norm for the Liverpudlian, who since late 2016 has graced the likes of  We Are FSTVL, The Warehouse Project and many more. Last weekend saw James supporting Carl Cox and Yousef at the sold out Circus 15th Birthday Birthday at Camp and Furnace...

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Mark Jenkyns: “It makes everything much easier when you’re working with your mates” The Paradise resident on working with his friends at Hot Creations, forthcoming releases on Hot Trax and Resonance Records and a packed schedule for Autumn / Winter

AFTER becoming resident for Jamie Jones’ Paradise in 2013, Mark Jenkyns has not looked back. He’s grown both as a DJ and a producer and is now one of the hottest properties in todays electronic music scene, backed with a formidable output of music across a variety of labels from Hot Creations to Suara. Currently preparing for the Paradise closing party at DC10 in Ibiza on September 27th which features a mouth watering line up including Masters At Work and Maceo Plex alongside Jamie, Mark and Richy, he also has music forthcoming on Hot Trax and Resonance Records and...

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