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[PREMIERE] The hybrid Trance of Sébastien Forrester
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[PREMIERE] The hybrid Trance of Sébastien Forrester

Sébastien Forrester is the co-founder, alongside AmZo, of the Gqomunion events, Parisian parties with impeccable programming that will not have escaped you if you are a listener of adventurous and mutant music from the four corners of the planet. Since […]

Why Kablam’s LP “Confusía” is a masterpiece
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Why Kablam’s LP “Confusía” is a masterpiece

Kablam aka Kajsa Blom – brilliant Swedish producer – comes, as we all know, from the punk and metal scene in a rather feminist and anarchist fashion. On May 26, Kablam self-released her album Confusía. Her previous album was released […]

Subreal, the new label launched by Siete Catorce and Amazondotcom
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Subreal, the new label launched by Siete Catorce and Amazondotcom

SUBREAL is a brand new label founded by Siete Catorce (Marco Polo Gutierrez) and Amazondotcom (Stella Ahn), based between Mexico City and Los Angeles. Its vocation is to dedicate itself to unique and out of the ordinary musical projects. They […]

Couvre x Tape #30: BClip (+ ITW & Europe Tour)
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Couvre x Tape #30: BClip (+ ITW & Europe Tour)

Bclip is a Colombo-Puerto Rican producer, DJ and “ghetto curator” based in Bogotá. At the head of Paria Records, Bclip is also the producer of Alfredo de la Fe and salsa / Latin jazz legend Boom Full Meke. On the […]

The Greek label Not Now Records launches its first compilation
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The Greek label Not Now Records launches its first compilation

After several years building a club scene in Thessaloniki by inviting big names such as Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones, Om Unit, Slugabed or recently Goro, Not Now parties announce the launch of their label: Not Now Records. The first […]

Tygapaw, “a journey of the queer black womxn experience”
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Tygapaw, “a journey of the queer black womxn experience”

While all over the world we are about to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots [1] against a backdrop of pinkwashing and political “tolerance”, the New York label Fake Accent is releasing an EP to handle with care. […]