I guess if I have to draw a line in the past 6 to 12 months or if you scroll up and down my features, it won't take much time to realize that a few collectives have played a pretty big role in adding diversity in my music taste.
I've been thinking a lot how to "close" the circle of playlist series. Post-rock Beauty, Stereofox Goes Hip-hop, Pure Happiness are few of the series which already seem to have a strong foundation within the community and it somehow feels nice. I have high hopes for Songs To Wake Up To (in order to cover chillout, downtempo and ambient music) and maybe something indie/acoustic related. But that's something which might take a few months to really establish.
I still have some doubts whether that was the last missing piece, but I think The Beats Of Tomorrow (disclosure, it may have been influenced by The Sound Of Tomorrow, but who cares - it does sound pretty neat) will definitely unite a few of the previous things I've curated AND will add something new to this section.
I've been looking at stats and it seems people really do like special playlists, so this one, besides dedicated on hard working collectives like Soulection and Flow-Fi, goes to all those producers who are shaping the scene nowadays. I would much rather go to party with this electronic music than the standard Berlin techno scene. Not that I don't like it. There's just more soul in this music. Anyhow.
The idea behind The Beats Of Tomorrow is to bring together future beats, trap, r&b and anything in between. The kind of tracks you could easily enjoy at home (with some proper headphones or sound system) or out with Friends. I hope you dig it.