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Veteran techno duo Slam showcase some of the artists due to play at this year’s Riverside Festival in Glasgow
“Psychedelia meets electronica” in this playlist selected by Life & Death honcho DJ Tennis
Bass mainstay and Pretty Weird honcho Barely Legal runs through her favourite party-starting tracks
Cassy chooses an array of classically soulful house by producers of Caribbean heritage for her Selections playlist
One of the most respected figures in modern experimental composition, Alva Noto, supplies us with a mammoth ambient and experimental playlist that ebbs and flows for almost five hours
Ahead of their appearance at Epizode Italian techno trio Agents of Time select some of their favourite tracks that represent their new Cymatiks project
Bear Bones, Lay Low draws for the many touchstones that inform his lightly menacing sound in this collection of psychedelic tracks
The definitive playlist of tracks from the 2010s. Featuring Rihanna, Objekt, Daphni, Skepta, SOPHIE and more
Raw dynamism and intoxicating grooves, selected by Amsterdam techno-punks Volition Immanent
Milanese dub-techno act Blinky provide us with a selection of thumping techno, UK breaks and a smattering of dub
Experimental Argentinian artist Catnapp picks raw, energetic hip-hop for her Selections
Ahead of their performance at CRSSD this weekend, the Italian duo deliver a playlist that showcases their unique style and tastes
Modern funk champion Dâm-Funk digs into tracks old and new that rep the Dâm-Funk energy in 2019
The Casa Voyager label head dips into his downtime favourite tracks, while shining a light on fresh new Moroccan talent in the process
Renate resident S Ruston dips into her collection of classic drum’n’bass cuts for a trip down memory lane
Italian selector and Oscillator resident Budino chooses a host of warm, groovy and off-kilter tracks for our Selections series.
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