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Including an interview with Mills about how he sees the future unfolding.

Very classy house, as at home in Berlin as in Chicago idioms.

In the grizzly Workshop corner: Kassem Mosse, Lowtec and Even Tuell. For the dread Trilogy Tapes: Mix Mup, Dynamo Dreesen, Will Bankhead, T.R.U. All techno crew get flat. All roads lead to terrible murder.

Triumphantly trumping all previous releases in the series, this is a classic, driving, deep, reverberating mix (with a fine, thirteen-minute, ambient excursion by Moritz on the flip). Totally killer and unmissable.

The Bristolian bad boy, ex of Skudge and R-Zone, touting a blazing cocktail of acid mayhem and Wormhole-era Ed Rush. Other bad influences, by turn: Bunker and mid-90s Metalheadz; the tension and darkness of Torque; the Vangelis whoosh.

Sleek and sexy, electronic, dancefloor house from the veteran Cologne label that does this best, mixing hits with exclusives.

Four DJ Spider remixes for his own imprint, including a Joey Anderson and an Innerspace Halflife.

Hits, misses, new loves, future head-scratchers… floor-ready beat tracks (Legowelt) to post-chill-out bleep-hop (Daywalker And CF) to industro-wave anti-beat experiment (Svengalisghost)... no limit.

Impressive, austere techno, with Industrial roots.

Jump-up jab jab carnival banger from Grenada.

Rambunctious EP from hell, expertly threading libidinal house grooves through squalling drones, exhalations, feedback and general bloody racket. Invigorating stuff from the Parisian. Outstanding label, too.

Warmly creative, soul-searching house from Juju, Jordash and Move D — niftily teasing, hypnotic, sombre and dance-floor, by turns.

Honest Jon’s presents Mark Ernestus from Rhythm And Sound spinning 45s alongside DJ Pete from Substance and Scion Versions, with a live set from Sleeparchive. SOLD OUT.