Infectious Grooves: our new & weekly updated playlist with current inspirations Fri Dec 4th Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. Infectious Grooves is a playlist with musical inspirations from all across the globe, both new and old. Infectious Grooves will appear biweekly and you can subscribe/like here on Spotify to automatically access the updated playlist. Infectious Grooves is back! You can now enjoy #27, featuring a.o. late Catalan composer of lyric songs and piano miniatures Federico Mompou, whose music is characterized by Impressionist elegance, direct melody and the haunting emotions of folk music; the by Baroque, minimalist and ambient music influenced French composer Angèle David-Guillou; a new release from San Francisco's synthesist pioneer Pauline Anna Strom, best known for her 1982 debut 'Trans-Millenia Consort'; Mama Odé's "kaleidoscopic patchwork of hip-hop and groove investigations bound by [...] a timeless belief in rhythm as a universal language"; London-based reggae and blues singer and musician Liam Bailey; Beninese girl crew Star Feminine Band, merging sato, highlife and rumba on their self-titled debut album; Nigerian singer and musician Alhaji Chief Kollington Ayinla, a leading practitioner of Fuji, a popular Nigerian genre derived from the improvisational Were music tradition (cover); the largely female musical collective Mazaher, who play Zãr music: chanting songs and playing hypnotic polyrhythms used as a purification and exorcism ritual to help pacify and cleanse the human spirit; the eclective and mystic sound of Peruvian sound engineer, producer and DJ Orieta Chrem; polyphonic vocal choir and dance group Zedashe, based in the eastern medieval fortress city of Sighnaghi, Caucasus Georgia; and many more. To support the artists directly, you can purchase most of the music on Bandcamp via Buy Music Club. Stream the full playlist below. You can also listen via Deezer and Apple Music. Older playlists are archived in our Spotify account here.