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Top Three This Month
This week, a mixtape round-up. Grime, Footwork, progressive electronic and more free listening.
So they're gonna reissue the Constantines? Here's some more records so nice they released them twice.
Robert Alfons of Trust on the surprising influences behind his new album: video games, '80s pop and CanLit.
Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter were formerly uncool and always cool, respectively.
The lights go off in the acid house, and lots more electronic music you might have missed.
Plus tracks from Denzel Curry, 100s and lots more hip-hop you should hear.
The Berlin neo-classical composer explains the history of the practice, and what can save it.
On Toronto's heavy scene, the importance of In Utero, and how anyone who plays with more than one cab is an asshole.
A bunch of good musicians are on this thing. Listen to them all here.
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