Bringing the outsiders in again this week on Something More, your weekly trip out to the frontiers of experimental pop and club music.
LA-based composer K Á R Y Y N weaves together her childhood memories of Syria with fragmented sound design on a haunting piece of post-operatic pop music. She counts Marina Abramovic and Björk as fans, and you'll soon be too: this one will stop you in your tracks.
You'll hear new music from future-facing artists Hundred Waters and Sampa the Great, and a politically charged collaboration between Warren Ellis, London poet Obongjayar and XL Recordings boss Richard Russell.
We'll take in breezy beats from Sydney's Love Deluxe and a dubby delay-drenched track from the archives of Scotland's most acclaimed rap groups Young Fathers. And Chinese producer Howie Lee has snuck some files past the Great Firewall, sharing his paranoid vision of dance music with the rest of the world.