Lima, Perú’s duo Dengue Dengue Dengue will bring a tropical storm of electronic psychedelia spanning rhythmic traditions from cumbia, dub, and salsa to footwork, tribal, and techno.
Integrating elements from Caribbean, jazz, dub, balearic, and video game music, RAMZi breathes a second wind into tropical house creations.
South African Londoner and musical polymath Esa, whose debut EP was recently released via Dekmantel, propels groovy house infused with samples of traditional vocals and acoustic rhythm-makers into the ether.
London’s Elena Colombi hosts a popular NTS show promulgating cold-edged synth sounds at their most experimental.
Uta, a member of the Through My Speakers collective, will whip up a set of future bass music, grime, and breaks.
Boys Noize, or Alexander Ridha, is a German DJ and producer who made his DJ debut at the age of 15. His approach is always evolving, and his dynamic music can hardly be contained – it has an energy that extends to the music he puts out on his longstanding, nonconformist label, Boysnoize Records as well as sub-label BNR Trax.
Esa is a London-based, South African polymath producer, DJ, and leader of band Ata Kak. He hosts a bi-weekly radio show on WorldwideFM.
Vancouver native Phoebé Guillemot aka RAMZi creates rich, humid ecosystems of sound that, like the substance of the natural world, are as gorgeous as they are peculiar. As highly original contributions to experimental club music, they carry the internet-age baton in a tradition of exotica that began in the 1950s.
Celestial Trax is a producer, composer, and DJ who divides his time between Brooklyn and Europe. The artist's sound, which is ceremonious, psychedelic, and heavy hitting, can be traced across his myriad of productions as well as through his live and DJ sets.
Yeşim is a resident DJ at Hamburg’s Golden Pudel Club, a radio host at ByteFM, and an organiser of two queer event series, Bubble and Erdogay. Both series take political stances using irony and humour.
Since 2011, Yeşim has curated the monthly female:pressure radio show on ByteFM, in which different female and nonbinary DJs play exclusive mixes. She also curates talks like "Lets Talk about Gender, Habibi", which occurred at Pop-Kultur Berlin this year. Yeşim has Turkish roots and was born and raised in Northern Germany.
Veteran DJ, radio host and promoter Uta is one of the go-to persons in Berlin’s bass music scene. Together with Sarah Farina and Kepler, she runs Rec Room, the go-to party series for devotees of UK-influenced bass music.
The output of Berlin-based sound artist and producer JASSS layers shades of sepulchral jazz and experimental electronics onto the foundations of industrial EBM or African and South American rhythms for dreamy, mercurial dancefloor times.
Under her given name, Beste Aydin achieved notable acclaim as a classically trained pianist. Yet her latest project, as Nene H, sees her transform into a different creature altogether. Accessing a darker, transcendental state, Nene H creates hypnotising techno. Her mysterious yet powerfully physical sound draws on elements of drone, industrial, psychedelic, dark wave, noise, and more.
Hailing from Lima, Perú is Dengue Dengue Dengue, a tropical storm of electronic psychedelia. Always in constant evolution, DDD explores rhythms and sounds from any and all corners of the world.
Behind the decks, Romanian-born, Berlin-based DJ Borusiade serves up bold and bruising combinations of minimal wave, dark disco, and acidic, rough-shod house. As a producer, she has released bristling, EBM-tinged music on Cititrax and Cómeme.