A weekly rundown of mixes and radio shows we’ve been enjoying…
Four of New York City’s finest converge under the Bank Records NYC banner for two hours worth of mixes and interviews on LYL Radio. “NYC mayhem,” courtesy of DJ Speculator (AKA Willie Burns), Entro Senestre, Shawn O’Sullivan (AKA Vapauteen) and Bookworms. The stream isn’t embeddable, but you can listen via the link above.
From International Feel to Aiwo rec. and Themes For Great Cities, Jan Schulte has curated compilations and released original music on some of our favourite electronic labels. Dropping a mix for the Phonica mix series under his Wolf Müller alias, the Düsseldorf native traverses the “dreamy and psychedelic”, possibly providing the tonic to beat those post-summer blues. Follow the link above for an interview with the man himself.
“I THOUGHT ABOUT ACCOMPANYING TEXT AND STARTED WRITING SOME BUT THEN IT FELT LIKE A BIT OF AN UNCLOAKING, AND I RECKON THE MIX HAS ENOUGH ATMOSPHERE TO STAND ON ITS OWN. I COULD GO ON ABOUT HOW THE SELECTION CAME TOGETHER AND HOW IT WAS RECORDED, BUT THAT FEELS SUPERFLUOUS. THIS MIX CAME TOGETHER NATURALLY – I HAD A BUNCH OF (MOSTLY) NEW MUSIC WITH QUITE A HEAVY OR SPECIFIC MOOD(S) TO IT, AND THAT’S ALWAYS THE BEST INSPIRATION FOR ME.”
With a strong pop sensibility coursing through Tokyo Matt‘s creative endeavours, the edit maestro remains one of the most compelling selectors around. Need proof? Just check his recent contribution to the Sanpo Disco mix series.
Two of the latest from a seemingly never-ending production line of dope acts to emerge out of Melbourne, Project 95 turn out close to 3 hours of “spacey 90s Detroit techno, house, electro, IDM, acid and rave” for the Stamp The Wax ‘Diggers Directory’ series.