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

ANOHNI, Teklife, Mystik and more make our list of the week's best things.

by Britt Julious
Nov 7 2016, 2:29pm

1. Injection molding

Symcon has created this new, environmentally-friendly method of making records. Is this the future of vinyl? Discogs takes a longer look.

2. Roman Flügel's record collection

In this very special installment of Crate Expectations, we take a deep dive into Roman Flügel's enviable record collection. It's okay to be a little jealous.

3. Meeting Nicholas

Introducing Nicholas Iammateo (aka Nicholas), a new, young UK producer creating throwback house tracks for a new generation of dance music fans.

4. 10 Next-Level Graphic Designers Changing the Way Club Culture Looks

Dance music and visual art are more closely aligned than you think. Take a deep dive into our list of 10 next-level graphic designers who've created memorable album covers, posters and other visual ephemera for musicians and clubs.

5. Tee Mango's "Imperfections" Mix

Stream this gorgeous new mix filled with uplifting house from Tee Mango for XLR8R.

6. RA in Residence: Mystik

Resident Advisor continues their In Residence series with a trip to Seoul to visit Mystik.

7. The future of Teklife

Where do the footwork champions go from here? We look at the life, pursuits and goals of the pioneers, for 2016 and beyond.

8. The anniversary of Richard D. James

Twenty years later, we take a look at Aphex Twin's album, Richard D. James, and its lasting legacy.

9. Anohni's "Hopelessness"

Stream the overwhelming new video for ANOHNI's single, "Hopelessness."

10. Savile's "Fail Forward" mix

Stream Savile's new mix, "Fail Forward," featuring an eclectic collection of pop, ambient jazz, house and dance tracks in this THUMP exclusive.