Latin American electronic music inspired by ancient music traditions.
Floating Points, Shatrax and Peggy Gou also booked for the ancient Spanish castle.
An 11-minute disco-house joy ride, remixing Melbourne’s band of the moment.
Frankie Knuckles, Boyd Jarvis, the Burrell brothers and Victor Simonelli all feature.
Echoes of percussion, bird calls and wood oddities float on a bed of warm pads.
Grappling with social media and shrugging off his jazzy deep house label.
Portuguese synth-wave, Latin-French smooth funk and contemporary Bay Area soul.
A jazzy ambient opening to Bjørn’s first solo album in seven years.
After hours dub on new Melbourne label Global Skywatch.
A collaboration with Ugandan percussive troupe, Fonkodelis Arkestra, bring Bugandan drums and the Kampala streets to the dance floor.
Atlanta heavyweight makes lets the bass line take centre stage.
“Highly recommend for the weirdos,” from the Australian upstart on Antinote.
Reissue of Italian new age visionary on Kay Suzuki’s new label.
A Fatback Band-esque roller on Banoffee Pies’ Limited Series.
Japanese ambient, multi-ethnic Ukranian folk and Brazilian favela funk.
Broken beat and Theo Parrish-inspired house from a 22 year-old Porto talent.
Harmonious folk rock, sultry Lebanese chanson and broken Brazilian disco rhythms.
A 100% homegrown mix from from the Safe Trip signee.
Music for dancing with a partner and songs of life to connect with from the Vinyl Underground boss.
Rural folk from central Niger, Hungarian tropical electronica and Swedish electro-funk.
Hong Kong mix, plus interactive map and favourite spots around town.
Showcasing Bulgaria’s rich heritage and vibrant present from a DJ who counts Zip as a fan.
Funk, soul, rhythm n blues, biscuits and coffee make up this gorgeous mix and delightful city guide.