The essential albums, EPs and mixes from the past month.
Frahm adds horns and vocals to his sound palette on his most epic and haunting record yet.
Listen: Bandcamp / Apple Music / Spotify
Henry Wu & Earl Jeffers Vintage transport us back to West London in the late '90s with this broken beat and jazzy house record.
- Yu Su
Truancy Volume 201
The Vancouver artist reflects on her life in this autobiographical mix, featuring everything from classical to her own improvisational music.
UP Festival Podcast #1
A two-hour set that highlights Barac's lush style of minimal house.
The Taipei DJ guides us through dub, trip-hop, drum & bass, electro, techno and more.
As the city sleeps, a mixtape
Softer sounds meant for Midland's favourite time of day: "Between 4 and 5 AM, the witching hour, when you fall in love."
FACT Mix 635
The New York DJ throws down a speedy set encompassing reggaeton, techno and Jersey club.
- Sleep D
A pitch-perfect sunrise set from the Butter Sessions duo, recorded at the closing of Meredith Music Festival in Australia.
RA Live at Brilliant Corners
From Holger Czukay to Wally Badarou to Minnie Riperton, rRoxymore's set for RA Live at Brilliant Corners was the perfect soundtrack for a wintry Sunday evening.
Warning, I really don't care, Podcast 2018
Abstract, beautiful and occasionally haunting ambient from one of techno's most reliable artists.
- Samuel Deep
Ibiza Voice Podcast 546
Party-rocking house bombs from Utrecht's king of swing.
- Jana Rush
Press Play 010
An hour of "beats and basslines" from one of footwork's most uncompromising voices.
Label of the month: SlapFunk Records
Matt Unicomb speaks to a Dutch collective that's laser-focussed on house music's most essential goal: making dance floors move.
Breaking Through: Rian Treanor
"Yeah, maybe what my dad is doing is cool." Lisa Blanning hears about the unusual background that shaped this UK artist's distinctive sound.
Top 10 March 2018 Festivals
We run through ten of our favourites from around the world in March.
Playing Favourites: Chris Farrell
As the owner of the Idle Hands record shop and label, Chris Farrell sits at the centre of Bristol's dance music scene. Ryan Keeling stops by the shop to hear about the records that have shaped his tastes.
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