Mixes Of The Week: 13/3/17
This week’s top mixes include 25 years of Clone with Serge, James Ruskin and Blawan B2B and Nathan Fake’s left-field electronics.
Lorenzo Senni – The Making of Persona. Head of respected experimental label Presto!?, Lorenzo Senni shares a brand new hour-long mix to reveal the approach behind the making of his Warp Records debut Persona, which is out now. Stream above.
Celebrating 25 years of Clone with Serge. Thump posts an hour-long recording of Serge‘s set from Sonar Festival 2015 to celebrate the 25th birthday of Clone. “Melting acid, broken booty, mangled Miami Bass and more abound. This one’s for the tweakers.” Stream above.
James Ruskin and Blawan B2B. Veteran UK techno DJ, producer and founder of the Blueprint imprint, James Ruskin goes back-to-back with Blawan for more than two hours of heat, recorded live at The Hydra for Resident Advisor‘s In Residence party last month. Stream above, track listing here.
Jóhann Jóhannsson’s Electronic Explorations. Icelandic Jóhann Jóhannsson is a Golden Globe-winning, Oscar-, BAFTA- and Grammy-nominated composer. He joins the award-winning Electronic Explorations podcast in their latest instalment, for a two-hour session of elegant modern classical and reverb-drenched ambient selections. Stream above, track listing here.
Nathan Fake’s Left-field Electronics. Having just released his new LP Providence via Ninja Tune, and known for his three albums and singles including ‘The Sky Was Pink’ on James Holden’s Border Community, Nathan Fake returns to RA for a “blend of classic house with left-field electronics”. Stream above, track listing here.