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How the Dance Music Industry failed Black Artists
DeForrest Brown, Jr. surveys the last three decades of the dance music industry to figure out what went wrong for Black artists
The Lazarusman: "Not being racist isn’t enough, you need to be anti-racist"
The South African spoken word poet, vocalist, DJ and producer talks anti-racism, post-apartheid South Africa, and more
Tim Cole, aka DJ Chucks, of The Correspondents has died
His Correspondents bandmate Ian Bruce announced his passing on Facebook
The Beneficiaries: "We are resistance artists, techno is resistance music"
Marcus Barnes meets Jeff Mills, Eddie Fowlkes and Jessica Care Moore who have united to become Detroit supergroup The Beneficiaries
Sting gave your favourite grime MCs their big break – so why haven't you heard of him?
Kwame Safo presents the history of Sting, the London entrepreneur behind the legendary Deja Vu radio station and the seminal early 90s Telepathy parties that helped to birth jungle
The beautiful chaos of Amapiano, South Africa's emerging house movement
Amapiano was born in townships and is now taking off as an international phenomenon
Mysteries of the deep: How Drexciya reimagined slavery to create an afrofuturist utopia
Marcus Barnes presents the history of Drexciya, the mysterious Detroit duo who built their own vast underwater afrofuturist utopia
Inside Trax Records: Why Chicago's house originators are fighting for reparations
Decades on from changing the world, Chicago's pioneers are still pursuing payment and the rights to the music they created