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Vancouver-based producer Overland steps up for Sweat Equity’s show, marrying a wide-eyed IDM atmosphere with a pummel of breakbeats
Support those seeking justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless others
We speak to 17 artists from across the world about staying creative during the coronavirus lockdown
A list of resources available to musicians and the general public during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic
Jazz, classical and blues blur into one in this Sunday Mix from Chester Raj Anand
Italian dub techno luminary and Danza Tribale label-head, Adiel, pulls you from your feet in mesmeric fashion with this gorgeous and weightless mix
A.G. Cook, Hannah Diamond, Patrick Stump and Tommy Cash share their stories of working on 100 Gecs’ new remix album
SVBKVLT’s Gabber Modus Operandi share a mix made up of Wisisi music of Papua, Indonesia
To mark the release of ‘Up De Flats’, we caught up with Gemma Dunleavy to delve into deeper into the EP, how lockdown changed her plans for the project and the role Sheriff Street has played in her life
One of Ilian Tape’s most prolific and singular artists, Andrea blends rugged textural cuts with kaleidoscopic IDM and foot-stepping breakbeats
The New York-based writer, theorist and representative of the Make Techno Black Again campaign picks out six essential texts for understanding and preserving underground music culture
Having recently completed her transformation into a dancefloor diva, Jessie Ware takes on this month’s edition of 20 Questions
MARICAS resident ISAbella returns, this time with a classic-feeling, wide-eyed take on house, rave and acid
We premiere the new visual album from Daniel Avery and Greg Hodgson
Yesterday Ennio Morricone, died aged 91. In honour of his vast body of work and peerless skill, musician and writer James Balmont compiles a small selection of his catalogue in this mix
Colouring her 90s-indebted sound with the mood of 2020, Beabadoobee is resonating with a generation
In his own words, Squarepusher reflects the impact of a childhood urge to test himself
Minor Science, the producer behind some of the most cerebral club music in recent memory, isn’t afraid of having fun
Using bossa nova as a basis, Vessel delivers a both a gorgeous and unsettling Crack Mix
All 18 mixes, made entirely of tracks available to buy on Bandcamp, in one place, from neoperreo to noise rock, house to footwork, from the likes of Ron Trent, FAUZIA, Daughters, Kedr Livanskiy, Kelman Duran, Lido Pimienta and more.
FAUZIA’s mix, closing out our week of Bandcamp-exclusive sets, is a testament to “the depth and versatility of Black artists – a diverse range of Black art”
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