The Best Things We Saw on the Dance Music Internet This Week

Shanti Celeste, Justin Carter, Call Super and more make our list of the week's best things.
February 18, 2017, 6:23pm
Every week, we round up a list of our favorite videos, stories, mixes and other dance music-related news from our own site and other places across the internet. Here's our list. We think you'll enjoy it. And don't forget to check out our Seven Most Played tracks, which features John Talabot, Axel Bowman, the Rhythm Method and more.

1. Crate Expectations with Justin Carter

For the latest edition of Crate Expectations, we spoke with rising producer and performer Justin Carter of Mister Saturday Night, right on the heels of his new release, The Leaves Fall. Here, Carter shares the sounds and things that have influenced who he is as a DJ and musician.

2. Tony Rainwater's Rockberry Jam

The Chicago producer shared the exclusive premiere of his lush, deep-house EP, Rockberry Jam, with THUMP. It's sumptuous, full of tricky samples, and perfect for the late night come-down.

3. Inside the Moog factory

FACT takes a trip to Asheville, North Carolina to visit the factory that makes everyone's favorite synths.

4. Louie Vega and Kanye West

On the latest edition of our Rave Curious podcast, we spoke with Louie Vega, who shared thoughts on his many tracks, collaborations and songs that have been sampled.

5. Los Angeles' backyard party scene

This Resident Advisor piece unpacks how LA's backyard party scene led to its current coastal musical domination.

6. The people who went to the Daft Punk pop-up shop

THUMP's Alex Suskind went to the Daft Punk pop-up shop to speak to the (rather young) people who visited the space.

7. Who is Call Super?

Resident Advisor has the answer.

8. Meeting Shanti Celeste

"I feel more comfortable working in a way that's quite naive

Our friends at THUMP UK spoke with the rising producer and selector who has quickly made a name for herself across the globe.

9. A closer look

Besides releasing smart, affecting new music, each of Bonobo's tracks released from his latest album features a captivating music video accompaniment. Go behind the scenes of the video for his latest single, "No Reason."

10. Mind Bath's "I Was Young"

In this THUMP exclusive video premiere, the musician shares a self-directed and intimate clip in black and white.