Steph Lee interviews an artist who has spent the last decade eluding categories across genre, format and identity.
Bass-driven hybrids that slap at 150 BPM and above.
The release stands with the Wet'suwet'en Nation in their fight against the Coastal GasLink Pipeline. The rising singer-songwriter delivers a radio-ready summer jam. Dreamy UK club tracks from the ever-changing London artist. Hypnotic, drifting rhythms. Watch the music video for "Teacher" below. New-school kuduro on Burka Som Sistema's label. Kathy Lee comes correct with an irresistible mixtape for XL Recordings. The LP, out April 3rd via Bedrock Records, features unreleased tracks by Booka Shade, Francesca Lombardo and more. The 54-minute session, titled Music For Screen Tests, is out now.
The London producer's first 12-inch of the year arrives April 17th. The self-titled album is out May 1st. The series' fourth instalment, out May 15th, features 40 tracks spread across two volumes. An hour-long mixtape, inspired by "sci-fi pirate radio," underlines Arca's playful personality. The 12-inch is out on the Shanghai label April 24th. The album is out April 24th. Get 16 pages of suggestions and insights via the T4T LUV NRG website. Pacific Breeze 2: Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie 1972-1986 arrives May 15th. Red Axes, Eclair Fifi, Trikk and more will also play the day party on May 24th.