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In times of crisis we need to re-evaluate our practice as music journalists, argues former GROOVE editor Kristoffer Cornils. His proposal: an international code of ethics for music publications.
Read our feature about Nyege Nyege to understand how they made electronic music from sub-Saharan Africa recognized throughout the world.
Munting kabalighuan na sadyang di mawalay ang pag-usbong ng queer rave sa Manila sa mismong panunupil nito. Sa maikling kwento ni Justiz K. Laude ukol sa isang gabing gimikan, masusubaybayan ang mga hangarin, salungatan, at pang-aaping hinaharap ng komunidad na ito sa Pilipinas.
Mahraganat is on the rise for over a decade now. Fady Adel traces its birth in Egypt and explains its ongoing metamorphosis and its conflicts.
¡Hackea el sistema! Más y más mujeres programan su camino en la escena de live coding. Conoce a las productoras que están cambiando la cara de la música electrónica en México para bien.
Hack the system! More and more women are coding their way into the live coding scene. Get to know the producers who are about to change the face of Mexico’s electronic music scene for good.
Son on yılda, kuir müzisyenler ve aktivistler, İstanbul'un merkezinde büyüyen, bağımsız bir gece hayatı kurmayı başardılar.
In the last ten years, queer musicians and activists managed to build a sprawling, independent nightlife within the center of Istanbul.
Having endured draconian anti-virus measures, China’s club scene is back on its feet again. Jaime Chu follows the low-key Knopha around the country and tells the story of a DJ who connects disparate scenes as effortlessly as he blends different styles in his sets.
The organic sound from Latin America has been making waves, but its makers have to still grapple with the continuous impact of colonialism.
El sonido orgánico proveniente de Centroamérica ha estado haciendo olas. Sus creadores tienen que lidiar con el impacto del colonialismo.
The history of Afro House can't be told without women that helped shape its sound. Jackie Queens tells the story of three female artists who were and are crucial to the genre's genesis.
Throughout her life, in times of sickness and in health, the Detroit producer and DJ Whodat's guiding light has always been music – even when she lost most of her memory of it. Crystal Mioner tells Terri McQueen's story.
“Who gets in and who doesn’t?”: Amaan Khan probes into the factors motivating segregation at the doors of India's nightclubs and what it might take to bring these barriers of entry down.
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