Rural folk from central Niger, Hungarian tropical electronica and Swedish electro-funk.
Into the mind of the electro pioneer, across multiple studios and wardrobe changes.
The London duo mix Nu Guinea, Dego & Kaidi, Mpumi and Romanthony.
Bass-slapping electro-funk from Essex.
Classic Indian raga, London jazz, Irish ambient and soft-boiled Russian electronic IDM.
Nina Simone, Sarah Vaughan, Nubya Garcia, Emma-Jean Thackaray and Charlotte Dos Santos feature.
Latin American electronic music inspired by ancient music traditions.
Floating Points, Shatrax and Peggy Gou also booked for the ancient Spanish castle.
808 claps and apocalyptic pan pipe melodies on No Bad Days.
Three Indian producers blend genres and tempos into a dreamy and ambient collaboration.
Peruvian chug with healing dance floor qualities.
Percussive and ever-so chuggy new age exoticism from a Dutch debutant.
Psychedelic relaxations on Rush Hour from the Amsterdam nine-piece.
Street soul with Phantom Island’s new age, dubby balearic touch.
Broken, skippy techno from the Meat Free residents.
Chugging psych-rock and cosmic rhythms.
Healing Japanese new age, piano preludes and sample-laden hip-hop instrumentals.
Norwegian-grown West African homage, San Fran jazz-funk and a Mac Miller tribute.
A 100% homegrown mix from the Peckham dubplate cutters.
A three hour “punkish” selection from the Macadem Mambo co-leader.
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.