Physically Sick 2 is a 44-track compilation from New York City's Discwoman, benefitting the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund.
Newly signed to DISCWOMAN, Ecuadorian-Lithuanian Riobamba offers up another progressive mix.
The co-founders explain their motivation and mission in their own words.
The New York DJ and model delivers 65 invigorating minutes of music by trans femmes of color.
Club culture is plagued by sexism and white supremacy. Discwoman’s three founders won’t stand for it.
Berlin-based DJ and producer mobilegirl shares an R&B and techno inspired mix ahead of her New York debut set.
Dev Hynes, Mixpak, Discwoman, and XL Recordings are participating the Interlude+ music and art workshop series for LGBTQ youth.
It’s taken from the DISCWOMAN co-founder’s forthcoming album, Symbolic Use Of Light, due out June 16 on Technicolour.
Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, John Barclay, and Adam Snead of Dance Liberation Network explain how you can help repeal the New York City Cabaret Law.
Discwoman and Physical Therapy’s Allergy Season label have teamed up to create a 42-track compilation — and 100% of the profits will go to groups in need.
Strength and intention underpin the DISCWOMAN DJ and composer’s 2017-rebooting mix.