Mixes Of The Week: 13/2/17
This week’s top mixes include Egyptrixx’s deliciously warped podcast, Psychic Graffiti’s Nicky Siano takeover, Eli Verveine’s Nightime Drama and Suzanne Kraft at Cocktail d’Amore.
Egyptrixx’s Deliciously Warped Podcast. Toronto-based Egyptrixx follows the release of his LP Pure, Beyond Reproach last week with a “deliciously warped” RA podcast of club and experimental sounds from the likes of DJ Deeon, Nisennenmondai and Jeremy Greenspan. Stream above, track listing and an interview with the artist here.
Psychic Graffiti’s Nicky Siano Takeover. Residents DJs of Outlaws Yacht Club, Psychic Graffiti take over the bar’s show on Leeds independent station KMAH Radio for a two-hour celebration of former Studio 54 resident and disco legend Nicky Siano. Stream and download above.
Luke Solomon’s Spiritland Session. British house producer and Classic Music Company co-founder Luke Solomon plays funk, soul and jazz at audiophile King’s Cross venue Spiritland, selecting tracks from Marianne Faithfull, Ben E King and more. Stream above.
Eli Verveine’s Nightime Drama. Adelaide’s forward-thinking label and party hosts Nightime Drama kick off their new self-titled podcast series with DJ Eli Verveine as a guest. Known for her warm, diverse and upbeat sets for mnml ssgs blog and RA, which have found enthusiastic responses, Verveine plays an ultra deep hour of minimal, deep house and techno selections. Stream and download above, an interview with the artist here.
Suzanne Kraft at Cocktail d’Amore. An excerpt from his set at record label Cocktail d’Amore‘s monthly Berlin party at Cosmic Hole last month, two hours of exceptionally fun, retro and tropical electro and synth pop tracks from Amsterdam-based producer and DJ Suzanne Kraft. Stream above.
Lee Gamble’s Masterclass in Sonic Subversion. “A freaky, left of centre post-rave adventure” from the label boss of UIQ, producer and DJ Lee Gamble, who’s known for his regular NTS radio show, his live A/V show and his many album projects and EPs exploring the compelling middle ground between jungle, abrasive ambient and textural techno. Stream and download above.
Mark Pritchard’s Futurist Dub in Brixton. With his Under The Sun EP out now via Warp Records, Mark Pritchard uploads a recording of his set supporting UK experimentalist-turned-pop act James Blake at Brixton Academy last year, where he played futurist dub, jungle and footwork. Stream above, track listing here.