Developed for our editorial partnership with Splice, ANNA's sample pack is as multifunctional as her own career. She started DJing at 14 at her father's nightclub and evolved into a producer known for her mastery of big room techno sounds.
Fado is Portugal's version of the blues. It's been around for decades but is now getting a new life as hip hop producers, pop singers and R&B artists combine the genre's poignant tone with Afrobeat and trap.
Once called the "lowest common denominator of dance music," donk has had an explosive resurgence in recent years. Producer Lobsta B breaks down the origins of its regional scenes and contemplates the genre's bright future.
The Brazilian label's first endeavour under their own name brought 20 hours of ecstatic house and Baile funk to an abandoned football complex on São Paulo's northside. Artists and attendees are already anticipating next year.
From David Mancuso's Loft parties to the basement sessions of Cedar Room, New York has a longstanding tradition of afterhours frolics outside the club. Building on this rich heritage is a Chinese restaurant in Brooklyn that's become an unexpected haven for house heads.
There's a network of people behind the scenes who help artists propel their careers forward. A manager, music lawyer and 11 other industry experts offer their tips on how to build a career in electronic music.
This month, Elijah, label head of Butterz and stalwart of Grime music, curates content cross-platform to lift the veil on the business of electronic music, with a goal of democratising knowledge for all.