Cool Canadians & 9 More Things We Loved on the Dance Music Internet

Suzanne Ciani, Vancouver electronic producers, Kerri Chandler and more made our list of the week's best things.
July 2, 2017, 7:20pm

1. Breaking the boys club

The new Vancouver electronic music scene challenges the male-dominated scenes of previous generations.

2. Kerri Chandler

The one and only Kerri Chandler crafter Mixmag's latest "Cover Mix." Dig into a gorgeous mix featuring Black Coffee, Apollonia and Chandler himself.

3. Ellen Allien

Playing records is like traveling through time.

We spent time with the Berlin-based DJ, producer and BPitch Control boss at a synthesizer exhibition.

4. Floating Points

This short film tracks the musician and his band as they recorded five tracks in the California desert.

5. Turn of the century electronic anthems

From Daft Punk to Moby, we take a look at the electronic anthems that defined the turn of the century.

6. Deena Abdelwahed

Resident Advisor profiles the rising producer in this smart and captivating new story.

7. Canadian electronic music

What makes Canadian electronic music so special? We spoke to 7 artists for their opinions.

8. Fatima Al Qadiri

Native Instruments spoke to the producer about her creative process and music set up.

9. Suzanne Ciani on Don Buchla

I think the thing I'll remember most about Don is his silence. He was not a big talker, but he had a presence that was stronger because of that.

Our editor-in-chief spoke with the masterful musicians about her friendship with the great Don Buchla.

10. Matthew Dear

The multifaceted producer and DJ returns with a new single under his own name.