Mixes Of The Week: 17/10/16
This week’s top mixes include Huerco S and Anthony Naples at Pickle Factory, Pangaea’s Drum Play Crack Mix, and Beautiful Swimmers Getting The Party Started.
Pev & Kowton Live at Dekmantel Festival 2016. A recording of Livity Sound labelmates and fellow Bristolians Peverelist and Kowton playing a live set that explores the outskirts of dub, techno, jungle, house and grime in a way that’s deeply rooted in England’s musical heritage. Stream and download above.
Bambounou’s BBC Radio 1 Guest Mix. Parisian techno DJ and producer for 50WEAPONS and ClekClekBoom, Bambounou takes a break from his ongoing tours of Europe to join Benji B on BBC Radio 1 for a 45-minute guest mix of highly streamlined and deep big room techno, featuring a couple of unreleased tracks of his own, originally aired April 21st. Stream above, track listing here.
Huerco S & Anthony Naples at Pickle Factory. “Fun from the middle of the night at Pickle Factory, UK!” Via Anthony Naples‘ label Proibito Records, a four-hour recording of Huerco S and Anthony Naples‘ deep and textural, sample-driven house selections recorded live in London last month. Stream and download above.
A Bitesize DJ Slimzee Set. An interview and quick three-minute mix from one of the godfathers of grime, DJ Slimzee, talking about his musical roots and presenting a bitesize version of his club sets and fortnightly radio shows, with fellow Rinse FM founder Geeneus on his Rinse show. Stream above.
Pangaea’s Drum Play Crack Mix. In the latest Crack Mix, Pangaea promotes his new LP Drum Play as his label Hessle Audio prepares to celebrate its 10th birthday. A whistle-stop tour through cutting edge techno from one of the UK’s very best, featuring cuts from Willow, Andrea, and Lena Willikens as well as label-mates Ploy and Pearson Sound. Stream and download above.
Beautiful Swimmers Get The Party Started. DJ duo Andrew Field-Pickering (AKA Max D) and Ari Goldman of Future Times and World Building labels respectively, Beautiful Swimmers‘ RA podcast gets the party started, turning “to bumping UK garage and house, mixing the likes of R.I.P. Productions with new music by Flørist and L.M.Y.E.“. Stream above, an interview with the artists here.