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

Honey Soundsystem, Larry Heard and the end of brostep made our list of the best things.

by Britt Julious
Sep 19 2016, 7:00am


1. Larry Heard x NPR

The Chicago house hero was profiled by Andy Beta on NPR.

2. Post-EDM

It is here and thank goodness for that.

3. Afro-Cuban Electronics

Listen to the Miami-based producer's new album–billed as a "love letter to Cuba and his family and their struggles"– in this exclusive stream.

4. Honey Soundsystem's Deviants

Looking back on a decade of sweaty dance floors and slick house and techno from the Honey Soundsystem crew and their annual Folsom Street Fair pary.

5. Kim Ann Foxman's THUMP mix


It is equal parts tough and euphoric, and it was made exclusively for THUMP.

6. Brostep

What was brostep and why did the micro genre rise to prominence and quickly burn out?

7. The making of Sunergy

This quiet documentary looks at how Suzanne Ciani and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith made their collaborative album.

8. Gospel disco

It might not be as popular as it once was in the 70s and 80s, but gospel disco still has a fan base among electronic music fans.

9. Deciphering misogyny

Resident Advisor looked at the intersection of mob mentality and misogny after the Hannah Wants plagiarism fallout.

10. Homogenized spaces

Writer Max Mohenu explained why less diverse places helped appreciate his blackness and queerness.

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