Posts by Theo Kotz (@theokotz)


Holographic post-pop – Mixed by Yeule

Focused on those teasing at the limits of pop’s potential, Yeule demonstrates the artistry she admires: SOPHIE’s neon crunch, Sega Bodega’s future r&b and A.G. Cook’s bubblegum-experimentalism

IEL / LUZ #3

Room 4 Resistance founder and resident Luz returns for another journey. This show is a recording from the five-year anniversary of R4R

System Olympia

Slow Motion’s System Olympia channels a deep love of Italo, boogie and disco energy for this criminally fun hour of party bangers


Pop Zone #3: Namasenda

Welcome back to the Pop Zone. Swedish songwriter and PC Music newcomer Namasenda is next up, channelling cry-in-the-club energy for this overwrought blitz of incandescent pop heaters

Omnidisc #3: RHR & Tessuto

Omnidisc, the label run by Miami bass don Danny Daze, returns for their final back-to-back show of the year, looking to Brazil for more punchy electro and industrial

The Black Madonna

Live at Field Maneuvers: The Black Madonna

Framed by dancers in TBM wigs and drawing deep from her famed collection of mesmerising Italo, The Black Madonna brought the house down in style at this year’s Field Maneuvers festival

Sunday Mix: OCA

Evocative of the themes of ‘memory, experience and the passing of time’ explored on their recent album Aging, this is the perfect soundtrack to while away your Sunday to

Philippa Pacho

MESS Radio #4: Philippa Pacho

For the latest instalment of Mindful Electronic Sonic Selections Radio, Hyperaktivist calls on Stockholm’s Philippa Pacho, a veteran of the Swedish rave scene and resident at the capital’s notorious Under Bron club

Sally C

Berlin-based DJ Sally C throws down a storming set for this one-take session

The unstoppable rise of reggaeton – Mixed by Rosa Pistola

In this end-of-decade mix, Rosa Pistola, Mexico City’s reggaeton tech innovator, shoots the genre’s dembow foundations through a prism of club sounds

Grime’s second wave – Mixed by Elijah & Skilliam

Strap in as the Butterz founders take us on a journey through the first rumblings of grime’s resurgence right up to its current chart-topping dominance

Live at Field Maneuvers: Auntie Flo

Geared “for when people are a little unhinged and up for absolutely going in on their second or third wind”

Sunday Mix: Sequoyah Murray

Atlanta singer Sequoyah Murray digs into his influences, jumping from pop to soul, rhythmic jams to jangling indie and even a brief dip into concussive beats

Sounds of the Belarusian underground – Mixed by Morgotika

A deep, hypnotic mix, using tracks made only by Belarusian artists

rachel noon

Rachel Noon

Unter resident Rachel Noon slams out “a fast-paced blend of playful and uplifting cuts, infused with retro-rave sensibilities without getting lost in sentimentality”