He honed his skills as a sound engineer on drum and bass records, but it’s a more sensual, even more feminine music that MJ Cole is known for: At the turn of the century, he became a two-step and UK garage icon thanks to burbling, slinky tracks including “Sincere” and “Crazy Love.” Grime and the whole post-dubstep explosion owe Cole a debt. With South African “bacardi house” from DJ Spoko, a DJ set from Micachu & the Shapes, house from Brooklyn’s Slava, and minimal from Stockholm’s Van... More >>>