Posts by Duncan Harrison (@dnchr_)

Oliver Coates

Oliver Coates

The London-based composer and producer paints a wintry portrait of a stint spent recording in Scotland

Franz Scala

Italian Dance Wave – Mixed by Franz Scala

The Slow Motion label head compiles a mix of Italo, acid and new wave by Italian artists

BTS live in London: Self-love, interactivity and effortless pop versatility

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MIA © Steph Wilson

M.I.A. – Mixed by NAINA

The Beats 1 DJ celebrates the Sri Lankan rapper’s musical impact with a specialist mix built entirely from M.I.A. tracks

Luz Diaz

My Berlin: A Playlist by Luz Diaz

The Berlin-based DJ curates a playlist illustrating her relationship with the city she now calls home

Mac Miller

Mac Miller – Mixed by Jesse Fairfax

In the wake of the rapper’s passing, music journalist and hip-hop scholar Jesse Fairfax curates a 50-minute mix celebrating his work

Helena Hauff

Helena Hauff, Ricardo Villalobos, Joy Orbison, Saoirse and more confirmed for fabric’s 19th birthday

The 30-hour party starts in Farringdon on 20 October

Luz Crack Mix

Luz

Luz Diaz turns in a mix that inhabits the middle ground between techno, electro and leftfield experimentalism

UK Garage

UK Garage in 10 Tracks – By Sticky & Scott Garcia

Two titans from the genre’s scene select its most essential cuts

K4CIE

K4CIE

Featuring cuts from Loski, S-Type, Headie One, Nicki Minaj, Rae Sremmurd and more

Who will Drake send for on Scorpion? An investigation

Crack Magazine’s speculative and semi-informed breakdown of whose got it coming this Scorpion Season

Poté

Poté

The St. Lucian-born producer knows no bounds, freewheeling across regions, eras and sounds on this 50-minute journey

Retrospective Lil Wayne, Tha Carter III

Lil Wayne carved out an eccentric future for hip-hop on Tha Carter III

With a bulletin from Planet Weezy to New Orleans, Lil Wayne captured the attention of the whole world

We caught a bus to Kanye and Kid Cudi’s album launch bonfire in the middle of nowhere

The listening party of Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s much-anticipated collaborative album Kids See Ghosts was as weird as you’d expect

Sharda

Sharda

Hot off the release of his debut EP, the elusive artist turns in a hour-long mix coursing through UKG, garage and house at light speed