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Daniel Avery - DJ, producer, auteur: Five years on from his masterpiece debut, Daniel Avery is back
Amp Fiddler - From playing keyboards with George Clinton to showing J Dilla the ropes, the many lives of Amp Fiddler
Monki - With a new label incoming and her ‘& Friends’ tour about to hit the road, could 2018 be the year of the Monki?
Laroc - We hit the 5,000-capacity Brazilian club that’s testament to the country’s love of dance music
Artwork - From ruling the studio at Croydon’s Big Apple Records to being part of dubstep supergroup Magnetic Man, Arthur Smith has already lived a thousand dance music lives. Now he’s inviting everyone back to his
Everything is Recorded - We meet XL Records founder Richard Russell at his West London studio to get the lowdown on his star-studded Everything is Recorded project
Steeze - We find out the secrets of Mella Dee’s style in our monthly Steeze feature
Elsewhere in the mag we head into the studio with PBR Streetgang, revisit the birth of the '90s American rave scene with an extract from Matthew Collin’s new book and delve into the world of Russian ghost producers. We also look back at the history of Cocoon Recordings for label focus, chat to MK about seminal Detroit venue Music Institute and review new albums from Nils Frahm, Nightmares On Wax and Tracey Thorn.