Still from Pongo's "Tamulya": A woman with a beret, leather jacket, sunglasses and a PA microphone, with men in suits on either side and others in the background

Macroscopic

Macroscopic features music videos from British-Mauritian musician Mo Kolours, Cincinnati violinist Sudan Archives, U.S.-based The Nels Cline Singers, Japanese producer Seiho, Brooklyn duo Javelin, Portland-based musician Schaus, Danish band Lust for Youth and German group Kreidler.

Playlist
Mo Kolours - Little Brown Dog
Sudan Archives - Time
The Nels Cline Singers - Macroscopic (for Kusama-San)
Seiho - The Vase
Javelin - Mossy Woodland
Schaus - After Work
Lust for Youth - Running
Kreider - Impressions d'afrique

Full Episodes

Upcoming Airdates

Emergence

“Emergence” features music videos from Bahraini/UK psychedelic band Flamingods, Italian electronic producer Clap! Clap!, Los Angeles R&B songstress Jimetta Rose, British DJ Mark Barrott, Japanese musician Shintaro Sakamoto, and Spanish rapero El Guincho.

  • 2020-07-11T01:00:00-07:00
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Elevation

Elevation features music videos from UK pop band Landshapes, Spanish duo Storms, French composer Chassol, French-Canadian producer Tiga, Austrailian “heat beat” band NO ZU, Nigerien keyboardist and electronic music composer Hama, and Los Angeles-based musician Thundercat.

  • 2020-07-11T01:30:00-07:00
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Connectivity

"Connectivity" features music videos from folk musicians Steve Gunn & Mike Cooper, NYC audiovisual duo Georgia, UK producer Quantic, Los Angeles-based blues rocker Hanni El Khatib, and British producer Lapalux.

  • 2020-07-11T02:15:00-07:00
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Resolution

Resolution features music videos from Sudanese-American songstress Alsarah and the Nubatones, Swedish "antinational cabaret" group Europa Europa and the Knife, Los Angeles producer The Gaslamp Killer, U.K. beatmaker Commodo, Nigerian band Tal National, and Polish chamber musical duo Sza/Za.

  • 2020-07-11T02:45:00-07:00
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Refraction

Refraction features music videos from South African producer Nozinja, New York City musician Ziemba, Los Angeles multi-instrumentalist Dexter Story, U.S. band Bitchin' Bajas & Bonnie Prince Billy, Belgian producer debruit, Los Angeles musician Def Sound, and German/Japanese duo Masayoshi Fujita & Jan Jelinek.

  • 2020-07-11T03:15:00-07:00
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Burn, Burn, Burn

"Burn, Burn, Burn" features music videos from Congolese band Mbongwana Star, L.A. producer The Egyptian Lover, Peruvian band Kanaku y El Tigre, Canadian indie rock band The Luyas, Danish electronic trio Lust for Youth, and US/Venezuelan musician Devendra Banhart.

  • 2020-07-11T04:00:00-07:00
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Dreams

Dreams features music videos from U.S. pop artist Japanese Breakfast, French group Bleu Toucan, L.A. producer Frankie Reyes, U.S. musician Kevin Morby, N.Y. psychedelic cumbia band C.A.M.P.O.S., Russian artist Philipp​ Gorbachev, and Spanish shoegaze band Linda Guilala.

  • 2020-07-11T04:30:00-07:00
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Rhythmic Rituals

Rhythmic Rituals features music videos from L.A. violinist and vocalist Sudan Archives, Puerto Rico-based artist ÌFÉ, Mexico City sextet La ReDaDa, Swedish band Junip, visionary Brazilian musician Arto Lindsay and U.S.-based soul man Doug Hream Blunt.

Wild Communion

Music in this episode includes El Haru Kuroi, Spanish artist Ibon Errazkin, Japanese musician Cornelius, DJ Raff from Chile, Niger’s Bombino and Kata from Russia.

No Regreso

Music includes NYC's Combo Chimbita, Portugal's PONGO, Guatemala's Rebeca Lane, OKZharp & Manthe Ribane from South Africa, British producer Leon Vynehall and Lebanon's Yasmine Hamdan.

  • 2020-07-12T01:00:00-07:00
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Teenage Angst

This episode highlights Little Jesus, Norwegian artist Sassy 009, French-Israeli group Acid Arab, Los Punsetes from Spain, New Zealand's Lord Echo, Kemialliset Ystävät from Finland and Tune-Yards.

Liberation

Music includes Turbotito, Italian artist Cesare Basile, Prophet from the U.S., Sidi Touré from Mali, as well as Emmanuel Jal and Nyaruach from South Sudan, Argentina's Juana Molina and British artist Max Cooper.

Tableau

"Tableau" features music videos from Japanese-born duo Cibo Matto, Mexico City punks Los Blenders, New Zealand artist MADEIRA, Italian producer Clap! Clap!, Brazilian psych band Tagore, Sierra Leonian band Janka Nabay & the Bubu Gang, and American guitarist Dustin Wong and Japanese musician Takako Minekawa.

  • 2020-07-12T03:15:00-07:00
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Something's Up

"Something's Up" features music videos from Berlin-based artist Perera Elsewhere, Chilean singer Alex Anwandter, Jamaican project Inna de Yard, Tijuana-born singer-songwriter Ceci Bastida, Israeli trio A-WA, Ugandan group Ennanga Vision, and South African artist Umoja.

  • 2020-07-12T04:00:00-07:00
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City Streets

City Streets features music videos from French producer/director duo The Blaze, NY singer Yaeji, South African artist Petite Noir, Japanese polymath Cornelius, US musician Frank Maston, and Spanish singer Rosalía.

  • 2020-07-12T04:30:00-07:00
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Open Scope

Open Scope features music videos from Norwegian/Brazilian singer Charlotte Dos Santos, Australian outsider artist Kirin J Callinan, Peruvian pop singer ANIA, L.A.-based musician Ariel Pink, Russian artist Anton Kubikov, and Japanese producer Sugai Ken.

Reframing

Reframing features music videos from Australian group Liars, French band Aquaserge, New Zealand-by-way-of-Thailand artist Phum Viphurit, Tunisian group Ifriqiyya Electrique, L.A. musician Waju, English poet Kate Tempest, and Japanese polymath Cornelius.

Intergalactic Visions

Intergalactic Visions features music videos from Icelandic treasure Bjork, Canadian singer-songwriter Lou Canon, French musician Colleen, UK producer Bullion, and German/Ghanaian group OY.

Playlist
Bjork - The Gate
Lou Canon - Fever
Colleen - Winter Dawn
Bullion - Blue Pedro
OY - Made of Love

Mountain of Light

"Mountain of Light" features music videos from Israeli singer Liraz, Argentinian artists Chancha via Circuito, U.S. artist Kohinoorgasm, Australian singer Ry X, Norway born South African singer Nosizwe, and Spanish pop duo Desert, Brazilian Rock band O Terno.