“For years, Iranian electronic musicians have sought to explore both the beauty and struggles of their home country through art, reflecting its culture, life and nature. Since the country’s recent uprising sparked by police brutality and the fight for women’s rights, this has felt more pertinent and powerful than ever.

Alongside a mix of Iranian electronic music from San Francisco-based DJ and Apranik Records co-founder AIDA, Marke Bieschke spoke to 10 artists from Iran and its diaspora about their work, and the common threads that link them across continents.

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