Selections: Lanark Artefax

The Glasgow producer curates a pensive playlist of dark, eerie atmospheres balanced by the fragility of piano-based tracks

Selections: Young Fathers

Hot off the release of their third LP Cocoa Sugar, the genre-defying Scottish trio turn in a playlist that showcases their wide field of influences

Selections: Superorganism

Superorganism are set to take over 2018. Rihanna, The Breeders, Blur and Janet Jackson comprise the soundtrack to their dominion

Selections: Rina Sawayama

The rising Japanese pop star lets us in on the tracks that shaped her mini album, RINA

Selections: Fabiana Palladino

London-based singer and Paul Institute affiliate Fabiana Palladino lets us in on her listening habits

Selections: Solar

The San Francisco selector turns in a 90-minute playlist of post-punk and psychedelic rock threaded through with industrial muscle

Selections: Essaie Pas

Peripheral dancefloor sounds handpicked by Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau. Featuring Rabit, Avalon Emerson, Kara-Lis Coverdale and more.

Selections: Palms Trax

Deep cuts and compelling obscurities courtesy of the Berlin-based producer and DJ

Selections: Dynamons

The Echovolt and Into The Records label boss connects disparate sounds across the electronic sphere

Selections: Tony Allen

The Nigerian artist digs deep into the crates for an exclusive playlist of jazz cuts with a few curveballs thrown in for good measure

Selections: Japanese Breakfast

Michelle Zauner reaches for a set of melancholic and bittersweet tracks from Alvvays, Yaeji, (Sandy) Alex G, Palehound and more

Selections: Juju & Jordash

Key figures on Amsterdam’s electronic scene, the pair dig deep for two hours of jazz, prog-rock and techno cuts

Selections: Ninos Du Brasil

The Italian duo curate an exclusive list of selections connecting world music to experimental sounds, Tuvan throat singing, bird imitations and more

Selections: Ben Frost

Ben Frost essays harsh, confrontational noise and sublime release in this 14-track exclusive playlist

Selections: John Maus

The inimitable John Maus delivers an 18-track playlist of synth-driven music from the outside edge

Selections: Leftfield

Leftfield’s Neil Barnes reaches for a set of widescreen dancefloor jams in this exclusive playlist