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This Stack was handpicked by Québécois artist Josie Boivin aka MUNYA, who, per Pitchfork, makes "sleek and atmospheric synth-pop that feels nostalgic and modern simultaneously—like glimpsing the future through a sepia-toned filter.” Today her self-titled three-EP release is out on Luminelle Recordings. PLAY ALL TRACKS

Frankie Bones returns to the golden era of rave, 1988-1992, for a 90-minute set at Amnesia House.


The New Republic remembers The Prodigy's Keith Flint and the techno-apocalyptic aesthetic that dominated pop culture at the turn of the millennium:

"Electronic music seemed to contain seeds of destruction, a sense that once the machines take over for good, the only culture left will be at the blood raves."

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