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PLAYY. Mix #170 – FILM

On Miwonowi, New Delhi based DJ, producer, and curator Sanil Sudan brings his dancefloor-ready yet emotionally complex electronic formula of hip-hop, jungle and pop  arrangements to the fore under his alias, FILM. It’s the same formula that’s allowed Sudan behind the decks at some of the most coveted stages across

Speaking to Resident Advisor in 2017, Malaysian born producer Tzusing confessed, “I feel like I’m culturally appropriating my own culture because I don’t know it that well. It’s my background, but I’m getting it from [a] corny Hong Kong movie.” It’s the sort of sentiment that likely resonates with anyone

The potential relationship between gqom and grime reveal significant similarities between the two styles, with both arising from Black, urban spaces and driven by the disillusionment of radical Black youth culture. These similarities have begun to be explored by pioneers of both genres, the recent collaboration between DJ Lag and

Effy is a name that dance music fans should be paying close attention to. The UK producer and DJ is quickly becoming one of the country’s most intriguing and exciting new voices, thanks to her diverse musical inspirations that span house, drum’n’bass, and rock. With her latest release, Stone, Effy

From dark industrial bass to new music from a legendary techno act, we roundup our favourite tracks of the week. Listen below.    Shygirl – Playboy / Positions In revealing the deluxe version of her debut album Nymph, UK rapper and pop artist Shygirl has shared remixes of Nymph tracks

When SHERELLE and I. JORDAN met in the green room of Homobloc 2021, little did they know that their shared sentiment of being outsiders in electronic music would lead to the creation of their joint EP. The duo’s Reflections tour, which saw them play back-to-back in a number of queer

On the striking cover of her new album, Raven, the face of Ethiopian-American singer Kelela emerges from the depths of a restless, mercurial sea. Both her and the waters surrounding her are the colour of onyx, raven black, making it unclear where one ends and the other begins. It’s an

Last year, Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill went viral after its inclusion on the hit Netflix show Stranger Things, with the public finally giving the pop pioneer her long overdue flowers. The industry largely eschewed Bush in her day, because she dared to play with her food; for her,

From contemporary disco bangers to atmospheric synthpop from dance music icons, these are the tracks you need to know about. Listen below.    Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Jessie Ware – Pearls Following last year’s Free Yourself, Pearls

In 2016, Clara Cappagali and Armand Bultheel happened upon the biggest hit of their careers so far. For a moment, it felt impossible to avoid the New Wave pulse of Prettiest Virgin on indie blogs and playlists, the song becoming a sleeper hit for left field tastemakers and the fortunate

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