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Dec 13, 2019

MUNYA - Hotel Delmano

Québécois synth-pop artist Josie Boivin aka MUNYA selected a groove-centric set featuring Luminelle labelmates Morabeza Tobacco, pop titans Kaytranada and Toro y Moi, and emerging songwriters Omar Apollo and Jakob Ogawa. Listen on Stack №222.

Jacques Greene - Night Service (feat. Cadence Weapon)

Posted by 2 sites • On Bandcamp • Also on: Spotify
Toronto's Jacques Greene highlighted friends and dance music contemporaries Blue Hawaii, Project Pablo, and Jubilee, as well as longtime favorites (with new albums) Chromatics and Lindstrøm. Listen on Stack №252.

Sui Zhen - Matsudo City Life

Posted by 9 sites • On SoundCloud • Also on: Spotify
Sui Zhen used the platform to prop up fellow Australian artists Simona Castricum (synth-pop), Lucy Roleff (chamber-folk), Laila Sakini & Lucy Van (ambient spoken word), as well as New Zealand post-punk project Death And The Maiden and Glasgow-based experimentalist Cucina Povera. Listen on Stack №248.

Cherry Glazerr - Juicy Socks

Wide-ranging selections from LA-based rock trio Cherry Glazerr traversed rap (Tierra Whack, Pan Amsterdam x Open Mike Eagle), cosmic jazz (Sons Of Kemet), and experimental noise-pop (Eartheater). Listen on Stack №218.
The dispatch from Scottish musician Benjamin John Power (one half of Fuck Buttons) featured an array of dark and discordant music (The Lowest Form, Rashad Becker, Elysia Crampton) with flashes of pop (SOPHIE, Drab Majesty). Listen on Stack №244.
Mexican born, NYC-based DJ Amelia Holt makes a freewheeling mix of techno, downtempo, and experimental music for Mexico City label Voragine.

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