Here are the albums, mixes and EPs we were feeling this November.
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Save this psychedelic transmission from Four Tet's formerly obscure alias for the afterparty.
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Spontaneous Affinity 022
This enlightening mix from Denver artist (and Abstract Without Abstraction head) ilind might just make you rethink what mixes can be.
FACT Mix 737
A walloping selection of some of the influences, from dubstep to gabber to mutant hardcore, that went into xin's mind-blowing debut album.
- Four Tet
The Lot Radio 11/12/2019
This set from Four Tet at The Lot Radio in Brooklyn more than justifies his second appearance in this list.
- DJ Bus Replacement Service
Live At Dekmantel Selectors 2019
You may not be surprised to learn that this two-hour recording of DJ Bus Replacement Service playing in Croatia is absolutely bananas.
Dekmantel Podcast 257
"From wavy to gnarly in 80 minutes," in the words of the UK DJ herself.
Who better than to celebrate 60 years of Detroit's most legendary label than Kenny Dixon Jr?
- Physical Therapy
Live At Honcho Campout
Daniel Fisher has had a banner year for mixes already, but this set from Honcho Campout—two-and-a-half hours of enchanting blends and a capella wizardry—is something else.
- DJ Voices
Truancy Volume 254
Slowed-down grooves, trippy techno and weirdo beats from an essential New York DJ.
- Lennart Wiehe
Live At Bad Manners
Marcel Dettmann protégé Lennart Wiehe lays down a deep and dubby two-hour set that might take you back to the old days of Berghain.
Party-rocking loopy house from the excellent Russian DJ.
The Art Of DJing: Craig Richards
As fabric's resident DJ, Richards played the London club every Saturday for 18 years. Ray Philp hears a few things he learned along the way, from warm-ups to back-to-backs to the importance of playing for yourself.
Breaking Through: E-Saggila
Sitting at the crossroads of techno, noise, gabber and breakcore, Rita Mikhael's music is fearless, confrontational and utterly thrilling. Max Mertens hears the Iraq-born, Toronto-based artist's story.
Strawberry Fields in pictures
Bush doofs—raves or festivals in the scorching outdoors—are a very Australian tradition. We take a close look at one of the country's favourites.
Japan City Guides
Four Japanese artists provide a glimpse into a rich culture of music, art and food.