The Brazilian DJ and co-founder of the Alter Disco parties pays homage to sounds from her home country.
Hypnotic polyrhythms from Kenya on Banana Hill.
1969 psychedelic jazz, 1988 Guadeloupe zouk and contemplative new age pop.
A 1970 alternate cut of The Beach Boys, 1984 percussive Afrobeat and 1979 sunshine reggae.
Japanese instrumental hip-hop, French bossa-jazz and a downtempo synthy house.
Tripped-out middle-eastern electronica on Jonny Rock’s Hamam House.
South African Kwaito on a compilation from Esa and Soundway Records.
North Carolina folk, Angolan blues and psychedelic soul from Melbourne.
High tempo Afro-Brazilian rhythms made during political exile, reissued by Selvas Discos.
Zel Zele return with a downtempo Anatolian acid cut.