Infectious Grooves: our new & weekly updated playlist with current inspirations Fri Oct 2nd 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. Infectious Grooves #26 is the last update of the playlist for now, as we are working on some new exciting projects. It features a.o. the Canadese psychedelic-tinged noise rock quartet Women, who utilize a shape-shifting arsenal of samplers and drum machines amidst the traditional rock setup; Mexican jazz drum master and award-winning composer, arranger and bandleader Tino Contreras (cover), who has melded bolero, salsa and cumbia with big band swing for more than half a century, sharing stages with a.o. Duke Ellington and Count Basie; the new release of LA experimental, horror-inspired hip hop group clipping.; Tunesian producer Azu Tiwaline, who draws on berberian and Saharan transe music that connects human beings with nature; 'Circuit City', an Afrofuturist song cycle for our current climate and the first theatrical work of former LGW curator Moor Mother; Lebanese musician, producer and sound engineer Fadi Tabbal, who's guitar pieces range from stripped acoustics to ambient and electronic-inspired treatments; another former LGW curator, SUUNS, who explore new sounds and sonic directions on their future-oriented new EP 'Friction'; Iraq-born, Toronto-based electronic musician Rita Mikhael aka E-Saggila, who produces noisy, industrial, atmospheric techno; the Japanese experimental trio Boris, incorporating elements of psychedelic rock, punk, noise, minimalism and pure sludge-drone in their music; leading Indian Baul musician, folk singer and storyteller from Bengal Parvathy Baul; and many more. 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. To support the artists directly, you can purchase their music on Bandcamp via Buy Music Club.