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Lockdown Listening:
Imaginary Millions

Jams from across different eras, genres, and tempos. Selected by members of Imaginary Millions' 'Alone/Together' movement, based on our energy during this time.

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dublab Radio

"We wanted to create an odyssey of music we love, with lots of homegrown talent from dublab, and the rest of LA included of course – it's very much inspired by news sounds on dublab's radar." Creative Director Jay Are

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Lil C

DJ & Broadcaster Lil C combines a potent mix of Bashment and a love of global pop music with classic R&B, Reggaeton, Afrobeats and contemporary UK rap – capturing the sound of the transatlantic diaspora.

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Dr Banana

Dr Banana selection's reflects some of his favourite tracks of the last year or so from various downtempo moods. The playlist starts off slow and then dips into a few different pockets gradually building up the tempo.

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The Fedz

Enjoy this eclectic feel-good blend of Soul, Hip Hop and Reggae from the London based music collective.

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Love at First Vibe

This LDN collective of DJs and Promoters have curated an eclectic blend of Oldies, R&B, Alternatives Sounds and UK Hip Hop for quarantine contemplation and toe tapping.

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Hipsters Don't Dance

DJ's Hipsters Don't Dance bring their uplifting selection of Soca, Afropop, Dancehall and UK club music to our home dance floors.

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Hapsman

Second Home Lisboa's resident brings a delicious mix of funk, disco, house and bass to feed your happy...

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Almass Badatt

London-born, Lusaka raised DJ and Director provides her feel-good selection for some lockdown listening.

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Novena Carmel

LA-based DJ, singer and KCRW host has given us her selection of soulful tunes from around the world to keep us moving and dancing.

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