Cosmic wonk from the Selectors-endorsed Rotterdam DJ.
Beat the crowds and take in some of the festival’s more understated talents.
The Red Light Records boss mixes an I:CUBE alias into a euphoric, boogie slow-burner.
1971 Ethiopian radio-fuzz vocal jazz to 1987 Chicago low-lit restaurant car park disco.
A golden disco edit from the Black Aroma curator on Razor-n-Tape.
Beninese synth rhythms on Hunee’s Rush Hour compilation.
An Irish-born DJ with ears aimed towards a strong musicality and human element.
Like a souped-up version of When Doves Cry with Egyptian Lover on a sleazy dub mix.
1969 Benin sunshine afro-funk via 2017 father-son space disco from Brazil.
A DJ whose career spans 50 years across Northern Soul, jazz-funk and early house.