Category Archives: Featured Articles

Philippe Requena presents ‘Water Be My Road Now’ [mix]

When ACL first started producing mixes, I knew that I didn’t just want to invite artists and labels. We’ve always imagined ACL as a part of a broader community. As such I’ve often invited mixes from amateurs, from listeners and

Philippe Requena presents ‘Water Be My Road Now’ [mix]

When ACL first started producing mixes, I knew that I didn’t just want to invite artists and labels. We’ve always imagined ACL as a part of a broader community. As such I’ve often invited mixes from amateurs, from listeners and

the new objective presents ‘for the workforce, drowning’ [mix]

This mix was made in solidarity with the workers of Dollarama, and with all workers struggling against unfair and exploitative working conditions. The concept of work has been at the center of both my academic research and my artistic practice.

the new objective presents ‘for the workforce, drowning’ [mix]

This mix was made in solidarity with the workers of Dollarama, and with all workers struggling against unfair and exploitative working conditions. The concept of work has been at the center of both my academic research and my artistic practice.

ACL 2020 ~ Pandemic Playlist

Time is an unusual construct.  The pandemic made spring feel like an entire year.  Yet the year is only half over.  Or is it already half over?  It depends on where we live.  The pandemic has mostly passed in some places

ACL 2020 ~ Pandemic Playlist

Time is an unusual construct.  The pandemic made spring feel like an entire year.  Yet the year is only half over.  Or is it already half over?  It depends on where we live.  The pandemic has mostly passed in some places

Stefan Christoff presents Suoni per il Popolo 2020 [mix]

Suoni per il Popolo, Montreal’s self-proclaimed festival of “liberation music,” has adapted to the coronavirus pandemic by moving their 2020 edition online. To celebrate Suoni, Stefan Christoff has prepared a mix for us. Suoni Per Il Popolo Online: June 6

Stefan Christoff presents Suoni per il Popolo 2020 [mix]

Suoni per il Popolo, Montreal’s self-proclaimed festival of “liberation music,” has adapted to the coronavirus pandemic by moving their 2020 edition online. To celebrate Suoni, Stefan Christoff has prepared a mix for us. Suoni Per Il Popolo Online: June 6

Ten Tracks That Sound Like Summer

It’s probably safe to say that we’ve never looked forward to summer as much as we have in 2020.  This summer will differ from summers past, but we’ll appreciate it more, as paused options are added back to our menu:

Ten Tracks That Sound Like Summer

It’s probably safe to say that we’ve never looked forward to summer as much as we have in 2020.  This summer will differ from summers past, but we’ll appreciate it more, as paused options are added back to our menu:

No Chance to Get Lost: An Interview with Mukqs

Over the course March and April of this year, the Chicago-based experimentalist Mukqs released a series of EPs that showcase a wide diversity of approaches to electronics, each album coming to develop a life of its own. Given the project’s

No Chance to Get Lost: An Interview with Mukqs

Over the course March and April of this year, the Chicago-based experimentalist Mukqs released a series of EPs that showcase a wide diversity of approaches to electronics, each album coming to develop a life of its own. Given the project’s

Brandon Locher presents ‘T-30 Seconds or Less’ [mix]

Sometimes you encounter an idea and all you can think is, “Damn, I wish I had thought of that first!” The next best thing is being able to share it with others. And so I’m honored to present Brandon Locher‘s

Brandon Locher presents ‘T-30 Seconds or Less’ [mix]

Sometimes you encounter an idea and all you can think is, “Damn, I wish I had thought of that first!” The next best thing is being able to share it with others. And so I’m honored to present Brandon Locher‘s

Sound Propositions 018: Ahnnu

Leland Jackson has spent the last decade juggling two monikers, but there are many more than two sides to his music. Jackson grew up in Japan, where his father was stationed in the Air Force, before moving back to the

Sound Propositions 018: Ahnnu

Leland Jackson has spent the last decade juggling two monikers, but there are many more than two sides to his music. Jackson grew up in Japan, where his father was stationed in the Air Force, before moving back to the