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There’s no way around Rotterdam collective AMPFEMININE. The all female group consisting out of Nala Brown, Soft Break, Bella Hall, Deborah X and Camgurlxx really made a name for themselves in the city's scene and beyond, carrying a message to all: add a lovely variety...

Berlin-based, Tbilisi-born DJ and producer Salome made her debut on Lobster Theremin this week with 'Fatal Glow'. With five cuts of peak-time rave artillery this EP comes in as this week’s choice in our Rhythm Guide...

Loraine James’ genre-splicing album ‘Reflection’ is out now on Hyperdub and is this week’s pick in our Rhythm Guide. The boundary-pushing London producer explores new avenues in her second album on the label and meshes together IDM with R&B, jazz and drill influences...

In a fresh Crew Picks, some of the RC crew members selected new releases that stood out for them. This round sees Kofi The Unknown, Rochelle Jordan and Free Babyronia picked by our newest addition to the roster OJOO GYAL...

Introducing Crew Picks – a selection of releases hand-picked with care by our stunning crew members. This instalment features MoMa Ready, Sevdaliza, Eversines and more...

On his 2019 breakthrough 'Only Diamonds Cut Diamonds', Vegyn was constantly stitching in novel details and samples into his songs like he was making a patchwork quilt. In 'Like A Good Old Friend' he opens up his sound for an EP of spacious, leftfield electronic...

We have Parisian DJ and producer Eliott Litrowski delivering the goods in this week's Rhythm Guide with his new Italo-electro heavy hitter EP Long Story Short, making his debut on Dutch established label OOSSHA, the sublabel of Nuno Dos Santos' Something Happening Somewhere (SoHaSo)...

Picked with care in this week’s Rhythm Guide we’ve got Anz’ latest EP on her newly-formed record label OTMI, or Otras Mitades. Following up on one of 2020’s favourites Loos in Twos (NRG) on Hessle Audio, OTMI001 is another work you hope for and expect...

Amsterdam’s independent online radio station Echobox launches soon. The project initiated by a group of local & international Amsterdammers, consisting out of Chalice Cox-Hynd, Victor Crezée, Mohamed Ghabri, Rachella Groen and Lorenzo Milelli, aims to deliver a diverse and inclusive program within a format rooted...

During the pandemic, which has almost lasted a year now, bars, clubs and all the other places where music is played out loud had to close. But unlike other places, Kiosk Radio could regroup rather quickly and continue sending underground music into the airwaves. As...

Comprising out of 6 tracks drawing from rapid footwork, chopped vocals and jungleistic drum schemes, ZULI’s new EP All Caps on Lee Gamble’s UIQ imprint is a mind-bending collision and this week’s highlight in our Rhythm Guide...

Newly found music platform Steppin' Into Tomorrow shines a light on the jazz orientated Dutch music industry. We did a Q&A with creators Lucas Benjamin (Wicked Wax) and Mo Wrights to learn more about the ins and outs of running a platform...

For this week’s Rhythm Guide we have exciting Australian duo OK EG who released their EP Prismatic Spring on Animalia. The label – curated by Kia Sydney – focusses on exploring the lesser-known and deeper artists of Naarm’s north...

Starting from today, we’ll share a new release every Friday in our so called ‘Rhythm Guide’. It is Lisbon’s gem João Ervedosa aka Shcuro’s today-released ‘Echoplexia EP’ on naive to kick things off the right way...

Being a producer, musician and studio manager made Jasper aka Djosa look at the music industry from a different point of view. We talked with him about his musical journey from when it all just started for him up until now...

Rhythm Scenes is a new project that highlights music scenes from different cities through an online stream. In collaboration with local artists and creatives, Rhythmic Culture curates a line-up with only local artists in order to support local scenes...

It's clearly the COVID-19 pandemic has a huge impact on the music industry and all people that are part of it. A lot of musicians are dealing with it in their own way. Josef van Galen (50% Pin Up Club) dove back into his old...

Amsterdam-based deejay Lieke Trienekens became a quite familiair face on Rhythmic Culture for the last couple of years and is considered as a true family member. We caught up to talk about her musical background, her inspirations and thoughts on life...