Quentin Vandewalle runs Antinote, a Parisian label with a distinctive roster of artists and eye-catching record sleeves. When we named it one of our favourite labels of 2015, we noted that there was "no sound that ties the Antinote crew together." Instead, it's Vandewalle's unique, wide-ranging tastes that gives the label coherency. Antinote has grown from humble beginnings, and is now an outlet where Stéphane Laporte's crackly ambience sits happily next to Domenique Dumont's tropical excursions, Syracuse's stylish synth pop and Geena's grubby lo-fi house. Many of these artists rarely—if ever—appear on other labels, giving Antinote a feeling of singularity.