Through his producing, his remixing and his thrilling DJ sets alongside his band The xx, this London artist has established himself as one of the past decade’s most exciting and inventive players on the electro scene.
Starting in the 90s, a sort of post-digital electronic music has emerged from artists putting glitches and errors at the center of their compositions, something quite different from mainstream techno.
An absolutely vital producer of the noughties’ indie scene, Four Tet was soon being asked to work for other artists. This playlist explores Kieran Hebden’s prolific remixes and collaborations.
Beyond its sticky sweet pop and more traditional sounds, a powerful alternative music scene is thriving in Lebanon.
During the 2000s the Cologne label established itself as one of the most important houses of electro music, managing to unite rigid techno, sensuality, and ambient beauty.
Whilst neoperreo, a digital DIY subgenre of reggaeton, might be a child of the internet worldwide, its flame burns brightest in Santiago.
From his post-rock band Fridge to his solo project Four Tet, the master of sound manipulation, Englishman Kieran Hebden took the road less travelled as he gradually left the lands of electronic folk to get closer to the dancefloor.
From Nujabes’ melodic boom to Kohh’s seductive trap, come and dive into the world of Japanese rap.
InFiné, the multifaceted recording group will celebrate its fifteenth year of musical activism next year. Meet the label behind Rone, Arandel, Bachar Mar-Khalifé, Bruce Brubaker, Murcof, Vanessa Wagner or Deena Abdelwahed.
A story about producers from the Dominican Republic whose desire to get their neighbourhood dancing got the whole world to move.
How did this frantic music from the street parties of Dar es Salaam emerge as a niche global genre?
Following the explosion of electronic music, this northern English city invented its own electronic sound influenced by its industrial past.
Born in the 90s, this is the playful and soothing side of electronic music, matching your wildest dreams and maybe even fulfilling them.
If jazz has been revived in London then it’s on the dancefloors, thanks to a growing audience of twenty-somethings.
Uncompromising, forward-thinking and elusive: the mysterious duo fostered an unrivaled creative tidal wave in underground electronic music.
Four German electronic music pioneers took over the synthesiser in 1970s and changed pop music forever.
Kendrick Lamar, Louis Cole, Khadja Bonet, Flying Lotus, Anderson .Paak, Jonwayne and Tyler, The Creator all come from the same place? It seems neither vain nor overrated to remember that everything happens in Los Angeles.
In the beginning there was Hiatus Kaiyote, a quartet of "future soul" formed in Melbourne in 2011...
Ever since the cultural revival brought about by the Jasmine Revolution, the electro and rap scenes in Tunis have been blooming.
Founded in 1994 by Laurent Garnier and Eric Morand, the Paris-based label contributed greatly to France’s emerging electro scene, before closing its doors in 2008.
Ever since the Arab Spring, Cairo’s underground has been waking up. Hear the sounds of mahraganat and Egyptian trap.
25 years of music from the iconic British electronic duo in 2 hours and 50 minutes.
1981 bookmarked the transition into a new world. Listen to the future's foreshadowing while immersing yourself in the Dionysian sweat of a discotheque for a wild ride.
Imagine a room in an unknown city. The sounds of the city are muffled and distant. Time stands still.
From Manitoba to Caribou, Canadian producer Dan Snaith has made the fascinating transition from alt rock to electro without losing any of his abilities as a songwriter.
From 1991 onwards, Kraftwerk has favoured reworking, restructuring and constantly updating their former compositions.
New Order have never been so sincere as in the melancholy of their ballads, when slowness gave them time to strip down