Tokyo-based composer Phil Gerus gives us a tour around his hometown of Moscow.
Afro-beat, sexed up disco, a Maurice Fulton collective and more
Mesmeric Ethiopian electronic music
Expertly bridging the gap between Melbourne’s café and dance culture
More lethal hidden talent unearthed for Bade Records’ 3rd release
Emerging from Melbourne’s hyper-creative suburbs armed with analog synths and velvet grooves.
Afro-Latin percussion meets psychedelic rock on Russian label Serenades.
A laid-back edit of the Africa Seven favourite.
Afro-Latin percussion on Tiff’s Joints.
The Cuban/Iranian quartet collaborate with Joe Armon-Jones.
Rare synthesized boogie gets a reissue on Kalita Records.
An understated club hit with all the right kind of pop sensibilities.
The Hivern Discs A&R and booker for Barcelona’s first audiophile bar tests the creative limits of looping.
The enigmatic Japanese producer evokes a range of emotions that few others can.
Create your own mixtape and our two favourites win sets at Gilles Peterson’s We Out Here Festival.
Japanese city pop, Turin lo-fi psychedelica and Bollywood balearic.
The Equaliser family member experiments with transitions and tempo in this vinyl-only mix.
1961 surf rock, 1980 dubwise soul-jazz and Armenian contemporary classical.
Walking us through the stunning Indian Ocean island…
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.