A weekly rundown of mixes and radio shows we’ve been enjoying…
Delroy Edwards has has a quiet couple of years. Not including his recent commission for a collaboration between Converse and Undefeated, the last outing came out on Edwards’ own L.A. Club Resource imprint, in the shape of a genre-hopping album built around his decayed, lo-fi aesthetic. If this recent guest appearance on the Gene’s Liquor NTS show is anything to go by though, we look forward to hearing more from the Los Angeles native.
The description reads: “Enjoy this one hour and thirteen minutes mix of musical joy from the weird Island in Europe with an identity crisis at the moment. This mix shows why we like the place. Great music with great vibes.”
Can’t really argue with that.
D. Tiffany released one of the records of the year with Blue Dream, the floaty, playful 12″ Pacific Rhythm dropped back in June. The Vancouver-based producer has since contributed a remix to a recent French Press Lounge release, and here she can be found rolling out an hour long blend for the Honey Soundsystem mix series.
As a label owner and DJ, Zaltan‘s reputation as a purveyor of oddities precedes the Parisian. The mastermind behind the Antinote label, we’re always excited to hear him play out as he did here, spinning some Parisian flea-market finds at East London audiophile spot, Brilliant Corners.
One of the recent inductees into the Antinote camp, this radio show from Tel Aviv’s Alek Lee marks a departure from his usual psychedelic sound, infiltrating the Teder FM airwaves for a vinyl-only dub session.