Infectious Grooves: our new & weekly updated playlist with current inspirations Fri Dec 18th Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. Infectious Grooves is a playlist with musical inspirations from all across the globe, both new and old. Infectious Grooves will appear biweekly and you can subscribe/like here on Spotify to automatically access the updated playlist. If you want to support the artists directly, you can purchase most of the music on Bandcamp via Buy Music Club. You can now enjoy #28 of Infectious Grooves, which is a Holiday Special, excellent for a winter feast with family or friends. This special playlist features a.o. Berlin-based producer Dario Rojo Guerra, better known as Natureboy Flako, who combines live instrumentation, synthesizers and his own voice into a series of rich, reflective and cinematic compositions; Welsh multi-instrumentalist Gwenifer Raymond, whose by American Primitive instrumentals inspired music oscillates between the moody and the manic; Alam Khan, son of the legendary Sarod maestro Ali Akbar Khan and practitioner of the Maihar gharana, a style of Hindustani classical music originating in the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent; 'Abrazo', the collaborative album of French jazz musicians and composers Vincent Peirani (accordion) and Emile Parisien (saxophone); Polish musician and producer Michał Jacaszek, who composes eerie electro-acoustic soundscapes, as well as music for film and theatrical works; Japanese singer, guitarist and songwriter Ichiko Aoba, who also released her own record label hermine this year (cover); Brazilian bossa nova legend João Gilberto, best known for his pioneering work in the 1950s; Otis Jackson Jr., aka Madlib, who has become one of the most celebrated, prolific, and eclectic artists in hip-hop throughout the past decades; Sheffield's influential electronic group The Black Dog, who were among the firsts to approach techno as a genre for home listening; and many more. Stream the full playlist below. You can also listen via Deezer and Apple Music. Older playlists are archived in our Spotify account here.