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Kurzfassung: Im Hinblick auf die jüngsten gesellschaftlichen Auseinandersetzungen um das Anti-Schwarzsein-Problem der elektronischen Musikindustrie skizziert dieses Essay die Fallstricke einer Industrie, die nur darauf abzielt, den sozialen Fortschritt zu zügeln und von Schwarzer Kunst …
  Originally published in the 26th issue of the magazine Zweikommasieben The 2018 “Panic!” research project from the universities of Edinburgh and Sheffield paints a clear picture of the class divide in culture: only …
1. There is no way to deny the cultural shock caused by the 2020 Minneapolis uprising against police brutality. It was felt throughout the cultural landscape and in particular in the dance music industry, …
Author: Mathys Rennela Abstract: Reflecting on the recent social reckoning around the dance music industry’s anti-Blackness problem, this essay outlines the pitfalls of an industry which only seeks to tame social progress and profit …
Illustration: Les Marrons de la Liberté, French Guyana Author: Likam Kyanzaire One hundred fifty-seven years since the abolition of slavery, the city of Evanston, Illinois is paying reparations to its Black residents. These residents …
SHE Spells Doom is an Electronic music project created by Zambian producer, Wamya Tembo. It draws inspiration from a number of his influences, such as: 80s Sci-Fi/Horror movies, (Congolese) Rhumba/Soukous, Gqom and early 2000s …
For the first mix in our series, we present U.K. DJ, artist and writer Ifeoluwa. They provided an hour of global tracks spanning across leftfield techno, dancehall, pop & more! In their own words, …
Author: Jean-Hugues Kabuiku & Mathys RennelaIllustration: Crackdown of a rave party in Redon (France) by the military police on June 19th, 2021. Part 5. Outro: Where do we go from here? On June 23rd …

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