The final release in a compilation series released by Warp in collaboration with Portugal's Principe crew. Inspired by the amount of incredible young artists in and around Lisbon, an overview of an emerging genre and its evolving sounds. To be released on Warp in October 2015, this started over a year ago as a conversation between Warp and Principe in early 2014 that resulted in a plan to bring the Lisbon scene - of brash, innovative dance music and all-night warehouse parties - to a worldwide audience. CARGAA is a popular slang term on the streets of Lisbon, especially amongst the city's thriving scene of young producers. They use it to describe their tracks, and the expression can be found on their tracks' titles, Soundcloud comments, or in mixes. Taking polyrhythmic inspiration from the African diaspora and welding it intuitively to mutate contemporary club music, artists in the Principe collective have arrived at a startlingly new sound.