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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.
The Best Things We Saw on the Dance Music Internet This Week
Arca, Blanck Mass, Jeff Mills, Moor Mother and more things make our list of the week's best things.
Fatima Al Qadiri to Present Program on Music and Warfare on BBC Tomorrow
Update: you can now stream "The Sound of Bombs" in full.
Here's How the Travel Ban Is Crippling Dance Music
Even with the federal ruling halting the controversial executive order, DJs and producers are already reeling from its effects.
New Gorillaz Mixtape Celebrates Female Electronic Musicians
Previously, bandmember Murdoc shared the "Dirty Santa Party" mix in December.
Hear New Music from Fatima Al Qadiri and Nguzunguzu on Total Freedom's New Compilation
He executive produced 'Anthem' for the 9th Berlin Biennale, curated by DIS magazine.
Fennesz, Fatima Al Qadiri, and William Basinski Make 24-Hour Tracks for RBMA's NYC Festival
'Shattered Streams' coincides with the current monthlong Red Bull Music Academy festival in New York City.
Get a Wealth of Video Tutorials and Lectures Filmed from the Native Session Series
The videos include Fatima Al Qadiri, Lotic, and Philip Sherburne.
Meet the Artists Behind Your Favorite Electronic Album Covers
Get to know the people designing artwork for Baauer, Fatima Al Qadiri, Kaytranada, and more.
How Festival Nrmal Took Cues from Business Conferences to Become Mexico's Most Ambitious DIY Institution
The Mexico City festival's creative director Alfonso Muriedas explains how the fest is all about starting conversations.
Fatima Al Qadiri's New Track Is About Cops Who Are "Drunk with Power"
"Power" is the latest track from the artist's highly politicized new album 'Brute'.
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Fatima Al Qadiri’s ‘Brute’ is the Powerful Political Album We've Been Waiting For
The Kuwait-raised producer's second LP takes on police brutality and authoritarianism in America.