Support from influential trip-hop duo Kruder& Dorfmeister brings rare air to Saturday night house party for Thievery Corporation in the City by the Bay.
The current resurgence of Britpop could trigger nostalgia for late 1990s big beat like Lo Fidelity Allstars, while trip-hop remains a vital influence.
Drawing from disco, funk, and R&B, Little Dragon’s Slugs of Love is genre-crossing music, achieving an artful balance of danceable tunes and reflective moods.
Madonna’s Ray of Light and dance music are unfairly underrated and dismissed, primarily due to being the cultural product of queerness and centered on femininity.
By evoking disco and queer dance culture, Janet Jackson subverted her grief over AIDS deaths by turning it into pop joy on The Velvet Rope 25 years ago.
Modern life is rubbish and the world might really be ending but as Gorillaz’ “Dirty Harry” says, all we want to do is dance at the End of the World Party.
Beautifulgarbage saw Garbage laid bare in a new way that has since given them more room in which to maneuver their invigorating moodiness.
Sneaker Pimps producers Chris Corner and Liam Howe return with the slow-paced Squaring the Circle that plays it safer than their talents warrant.