Dummy staffers pick their favourite songs of the year so far.
As the sun hits, we share our new staff mix, featuring bright sounds from Lipgloss Twins, Bayou, Joakim, Powell and more.
Our highlights of the past month, with tracks from Sd Laika, Eyedress, Meridian Dan, and Lafawndah.
Stream our staff's picks for the best tracks to have come out in March.
Kelela, Alauda, The Haxan Cloak, Actress, and more feature in this month's staff selection.
Find out who we're tipping for big things in our brand new staff mix.
Hear R&B get chewed up and spat out by the likes of 18+, MssingNo and James Ferraro in this month's staff mix.
Get pulled into the gloomy fog of this month's distinctly darker staff mix, featuring Connan Mockasin, Rabit, DVA and Laurel Halo.
As the date of our Dummy AGM party edges nearer, we've put together a mix of some of the artists performing.
Our sumptuous new staff mix wallows in shimmering synths and gloomy love songs, with James Holden, Sampha, Helena Hauff, E.m.m.a and more.
Listen to a bumper mix of our favourite tracks of the year so far.
Stream all our favourite tracks of the month right here; includes Blondes, Ikonika, Squadda B, Zebra Katz and more.
More Staff Mixes
With a new album out for Planet Mu, the man usually known as FaltyDL delivers our latest Dummy Mix.
Melbourne's finest house DJ follows his latest 12" for Beats In Space Records with a new Dummy Mix.
South London brotherly duo Formation - who are playing Dummy's showcase at Ace Hotel next month - mix up Mr. Fingers, Kerri Chandler, and Golden Teacher.
While new album 'What For?' sees Chaz Bundick writing more guitar-based music, his Dummy Mix showcases some of the electronic music he's been feeling recently.
Justin and Samia show some of their less talked about musical influences.
High energy club mix from the Grade10 collective member and former Cult Music producer before his show at Peckham's Rye Wax.
Storming session from the Melbourne club producer that implodes halfway before reconstructing itself.
Brand new, original music from Mumdance's journey to Egypt, working with local musicians from the Mahraganat movement.