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PC Music’s Hannah Diamond talks her TikTok account, binging on Gossip Girl and the days of dial-up internet
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
Two hours of rolling techno and house grooves from Oakland’s Russell E.L. Butler
Recorded just before lockdown put a halt to most gigs, this intimate performance captures Ultraísta in their rehearsal space running through tracks from their latest album Sister
DJ Python is vaping, worrying and wearing a gleaming white ten-gallon hat. We catch up with the producer for Issue 113
To coincide with the release of his new album Help, Duval Timothy offers up a gently meandering Sunday Mix
Underpinned by functional beats but always a little twisted, Nathan Fake threads his Crack Mix with his trademark wistful energy.
A selection of rare and treasured cumbia and tambor funk from 70s and 80s Colombia, mixed by Meridian Brothers
Rich Brian tells us which Chance The Rapper songs he finds the most annoying, why he can’t stop posting and how to draw dinosaurs
Broken beats and full-bodied bassy mutations from idiosyncratic London producer Shy One
DJ, producer and Venue MOT crew-member Kit Seymour delivers a tough, hypnotic set recorded on three decks in the confines of the empty but full-volume club in South London
We interview the cult MC for Issue 113’s Aesthetic feature
object blue showcases her singular approach to live production for Refraction Festival 2020
MoMA Ready steps up with a body-moving workout live from Refraction Festival 2020
Palestinian experimentalist Muqata’a merges hip-hop, noise and field recordings live for Refraction Festival 2020
Amazondotcom delivers a percussive, dubstep-tinged set for Refraction Festival 2020
New York’s The 83rd blasts through hip-hop, dancehall and more in an all-club-edits set for Refraction Festival
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