As more and more of the global population comes of age online, the distinction between URL and IRL becomes increasingly hazy. We live in a world of open-source subcultures, where the hyper-local and the hyper-specific never stay that way for long. H∆SHTAG$ Season II focuses in on what happens after a homebrewed music scene or movement becomes a global phenomenon. Who’s left standing once a trend has hit peak hype?
Sean Munnick is 1 half of Munnibrotherz brother of the late Four7 nigurr.
Brothers from a small town called Port Elizabeth on the coast of South Africa. We basically grew up listening to all sorts of music but simultaneously took an interest in #minimal / #tech/ #electro house. We started producing, or more like playing around on production software since 2004 and djing since 2006. Over the years we’ve progressed a lot production wise and started playing Continue reading “New piece from Sean Munnick”
” I was offered the chance to mix a 100% South African Electronic Mix for CTEMF (Cape Town Electronic Music Festival). Lots of favorites from some amazing local talent. ” – Kid Fonque
Kid Fonque has become a vital part of South African electronic music and club culture over the last 20 years. Uniquely accomplished in both influence and scope, he is an over-achiever in every one of his roles; DJ, Producer Label Owner, promoter and more recently, Radio Presenter.
Gorillaz member Noodle shared a eclectic mix exclusively featuring work by women artists, with material spanning the last 50 years.
For the 30-minute selection, the cartoon artist ties together tracks from Hyperdub affiliate Fatima Al Qadiri, American electronic music pioneer Laurie Anderson, Canadian art pop musician Grimes, and more. : source Thump