Infectious Grooves: our new & weekly updated playlist with current inspirations Fri Aug 7th Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. While we're all bound to our homes, we've decided to launch a weekly playlist with musical inspirations, both new and old. Infectious Grooves will appear every Friday and you can subscribe/like here on Spotify to automatically access the updated playlist every week. After a short summer break, Infectious Grooves returns for #18. This week’s playlist features a.o. Devonté Hynes’ improvisation based on the work of American activist, composer and minimalist pianist Julius Eastman, performed live for the Black Power Live Broadcast; the Tunesian singer, actress, writer and visual artist Ghalia Benali, who has contributed to defining contemporary Arabic music for the last three decades; Brazil-born guitarist, vocalist and composer Sessa (cover), whose music is characterized by a deliberate minimalist treatment of cosmic jazz, psych, and tropicália; British grime artist Ghetts’ latest release ‘Mozambique’, which is a collaboration with South African singer and dancer Moonchild Sanelly and English rapper Jaykae; the instrumental minimalism of French experimental duo Humbros, opening gateways to hazy, esoteric mythologies on their debut album ‘From 0 to 90’; Mexico City-based electronic musician Edgar Mondragón, who had been considered as "one of the brightest lights in the Mexican electronic vanguard"; the Paris-based Venezuelan quartet Insólito UniVerso, merging the rhythms and instruments of Venezuelan folklore with psychedelic folk and baroque singing; and new music from the 76-year old Brazilian singer Mateus Aleluia, known for combining chamber music elements and Afro-Brazilian influences. Stream the full playlist below. You can also listen via Deezer and Apple Music. The playlist will be updated every week. Older playlists are archived in our Spotify account here.