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.
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Infectious Grooves #41 features a.o. t-woc's heady dance-floor twilight zone brew 'Crazy Bronco'; Web Web x Max Herre's spiritual jazz with spoken word vocals from Yusef Lateef (cover); thoughtful and expansive indie rock from Swedish four-piece The Holy Family; post-punk meets kraut meets dub meets avant-stuff from Australia's EXEK; mysterious UK group SAULT with an intriguing blend of neo-soul, experimentalist pop, and Afrobeat; Angolan guitarist, researcher and intellectual Mário Rui Silva, whose beguiling and melancholy music was recently reissued by London’s Time Capsule label; Colombian musical group Semblanzas del Río Guapi, whose music transmits the power of the jungle; Ehsan Abdipour, the most famous Iranian player of the sorna flute; a collaboration between former LGW curator Moor Mother and LGW21 performer Pink Siifu; RP BOO, one of Chicago's finest producers and the originator of footwork music; Tomoko Omura, a Japanese modern jazz violinist and composer who specialized in bebop, contemporary jazz, and beyond; and much more.