Our favourite albums, EPs and mixes from the past month.
- Clark Price
Truancy Volume 241
The Honcho cofounder shows off his "weird, freaky vibes" in this vibrant house and techno set inspired by years of playing ultra-late afterhours slots.
Bandcloud Presents Missives
Peach reinterprets Bandcloud's new charity compilation, revealing new moods and pulses hidden throughout the already compelling collection.
- Colored Craig
Live At The Black Lodge
An hour-and-a-half of electrifying house played with incredible energy by one of Los Angeles' best-kept secrets.
- Beta Librae
Beats In Space #990
The Nowadays resident goes on Tim Sweeney's hallowed radio show, working her way up from brain-tickling beat science to heavy house and techno.
Unsound Podcast 49
Who else could blend Paula Temple, Nguzunguzu and Drowning Pool's "Bodies" without losing the plot?
- Tama Sumo
Alternate Cuts (Broken Beat Set)
Tama Sumo lays down a set of vintage broken beats, recorded live at the Sheffield stop of our latest Alternate Cuts tour.
- Whitney Weiss
The low-key French DJ gets a boost from Violet's label for a mix "full of joyous house, groovey breaks, some vogue-y beats and Italo vibrations," according to Violet herself.
FACT Mix 709
The Mexico City-based Argentinian shows off the powerful sounds of Latin American club music.
Robert Johnson Archive 0003
You might have noticed Robert Johnson's first and second archival mix in April's Best Music feature. Now the Offenbach club is three for three.
Bearded Tit Toilet Soundtrack Vol. 2
Here's something a little different: a mix to be played in the bathrooms of one of Sydney's beloved gay bars, made of snippets from pop songs, spoken word, various chatter and other loungey sounds.
Creeping grooves and sideways rhythms—inspired by, among other things, Lana Del Ray and dial-up modems—on the Berlin-based producer's killer debut. (Thanks to Iona in London)
Listen: Soundcloud / Bandcamp
Cutting It: A Dubplate Special
Dubplate culture is still thriving—if you know where to look. In our latest film, we visit a South London community keeping a dance music tradition alive.
Spitting Image: Meet the electronic artists collaborating with their artificial twins
Cherie Hu explores a new frontier for AI-fuelled music.
Top 10 July 2019 Festivals
Ten of our favourite festivals taking place in July.
Field Day 2019 in photos
This year, Field Day found a new home. These photographs chronicle the site's journey from industrial lot to party-primed festival location.
A selection of recommendations from our readers.