Jeremy D. Larson lifts the lid on a continuum of wildly inventive Japanese compositions, from Mayuzumi to Sakamoto to Final Fantasy.
Italian musician and Nine Inch Nails knob-tweaker Alessandro Cortini details his personal sonic evolution.
Brooklyn-based producer Aurora Halal invites us into her world through choice selections.
Berlin-via-Detroit techno heroine Magda delivers one of her impeccable DJ sets. Recorded live at Neopop 2016.
London producer and low-end provocateur Spatial weaves together his dubbed-out techno and rave experiments. Recorded live in Montreal.
Mexican global bass fusionist and RBMA alum Borchi steps up with a selection of low-paced tropical rhythms. Recorded live at MUTEK.
French DJ, compiler and true-school music lover Jeremy Underground digs through for a selection of jazz, disco and boogie. Live from Paris.
The city of light tunes in to the sounds of Cape Town: 2015 participant and prolific beatmaker Sebastiano Zanasi live on stage in Paris.
From Lost in Translation to Charlotte Gainsbourg: Air co-founder Nicolas Godin discusses their trademark sound, collaborations and more.
Rotterdam’s ethereal songstress and Academy alumna Sevdaliza picks the tracks that inspire her haunted vocals and floating low end.
Sketching club sounds from layered languages and high drama, London producer Soda Plains invites the Choice Mix into his musical universe.
Our Mexico City affiliate Uriel Waizel digs into some of the local protest music that’s sprung up in the wake of Trump’s election in the US.
Art pop freaks, bustling city sounds, conceptual sonics guided by chance and symphony halls abuzz: hear the world surrounding Julia Holter.
Armed with an arsenal of synthesizers, drum machines, sequencers, portable recorders and pedals, Davidson blurs the lines.
The Tijuana-based singer and producer finds the magic in even the thickest layers of fuzzy, reverb-laden synths. Recorded live in Montréal.
The electronic music pioneer brings one of his consistently game-changing sets in flawless style. Recorded live in India.
L.I.E.S. mastermind Ron Morelli hops on Skype with label artist Collin Strange for a wide-ranging chat on New York’s grimiest crevices.