A weekly rundown of mixes and radio shows we’ve been enjoying…
Leftfield house into weirdo disco into golden era jungle into drifting ambient, it’s typically eclectic stuff as Future Times co-founder Max D rolls out his latest Yes Mix. As you can tell from the comments section he’s pretty forthcoming with the IDs, so don’t hesitate to make a request!
It’s almost a year since AIR LQD made his Unknown Precept debut with Remain Neutral, but the brutalist rhythms and post-punk stylings of his UP mix will keep us sane for a little while longer as we wait for its followup with bated breath.
Wrap your ears around the recording of a set from a recent edition of the Melbourne party Lucid, specifically just under two hours from one of Vancouver’s finest in Sophie Sweetland AKA DJ Zozi AKA D. Tiffany.
“If you want to know something about electronic music, its roots and paths, you probably cross Finn one day. The hard wax worker, extraordinary DJ, record collector and writer for numerous publications just defines himself as: a lover of music. We invited him for one of our nights at Golem and he played an eclectic warm-up. Happily Finn allowed us to record his set for your re-listening pleasure.”
Canadian born Londoner Peach shows what she’s made of with a blend of blissed-out but equally functional and playful dance cuts for the Four Heads mix series. Fans of this should also check her excellent Snacktime show on Radar Radio.