On The Stereo: a recap of our October Premieres

Another busy month for our Premieres series, so here’s a quick recap in case you missed any:

Ptaki supplied some soulful, Polish-infused balearic (on People Just Jam); Ashley Beedle reworked a Brazilian classic (on Far Out Recordings); Arnheim took things deep and jazzy with a bossa piano loop (on Greta Cottage Workshop); Alex & Digby went deeper still with something woozy and minimal (on The Night Wood); Nas1 offered a lo-fi groover inspired by Detroit (on Bosconi), Vieux Farka Touré & Julia Easterlin provided a Mali-USA collab (on Six Degrees Records); Tartelet producer Uffe provided an introspective and dramatic rework of Souleance (on First Word Records); DJ Khalab & Baba Sissoko taught us about afro-futurism (on Wonderwheel Recordings); Bosq showcased his live take on afro disco (on Ubiquity Records); beach-ready balearic was served up by Vision of Panorama (on his own Mellophonia imprint); Loz Goddard clung onto summer for a bit longer with some playful, Session Victim-esque house (on Secret Reels); Henry Wu gave Werkha the remix treatment (on Tru Thoughts); Frits Wentink diced up his typically lo-fi and grainy house (on his own Bobby Donny imprint); and Bachar Mar-Khalife yearned for his homeland in a heartbreaking Lebenese lament (on InFiné Music).

…and breath! Don’t take our word for it though, listen to them all in their entirtiy below.

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