Mixes, mixes everywhere. If you’re keen for a longer listen, here are some of our recent faves. There’s a hefty amount here so take your pick:
The fantastic Gilles Peterson plays tribute to Nelson Mandela in a special one off mix.
Second in the series, another mix from Tensnake that is jam packed with house stompers:
Seasons greetings from one of our faves US producers, Lane 8 – apparently to be enjoyed with a nice cup of tea, this one:
When Pete Tong met Eats Everything in this b2b mix celebrating 20 years at the Warehouse Project:
HD alumnus Clancy gives off vibes-a-plenty in this recent mix he did for Earmilk:
Vondelpark release a collection of unreleased demos for your listening pleasure:
And lastly, this is a lot of fun – Skream’s recent Boiler Room at the Bussey Building (great tee).
Waze & Odyssey have a tasty release forthcoming on the Brooklyn-based label, Let’s Play House. So far we’ve caught snippets of one original, that of the jackin’ ‘Feelin You’, and one excellent remix by rising star Urulu.
If you’re kicking about in London town this weekend, we fulsomely suggest you head on down to the party that Percolate are putting on. Urulu will be making an appearance, alongside HD faves Casino Times, and more. Get involved here.
‘Manteiga’ is the punchy LA-based collaboration between Cosmic Kids and Classixx’s Tyler Blake’s side project Fingerpaint. They’re releasing an EP entitled ‘Reality On The Horizon’ on Jacques Renault’s Let’s Play House label. Infectious drum snares, vocal loops and the odd cow bell late on give this laid back tune a party feel. Both Cosmic Kids and Classixx have been responsible for crafting a couple of decent remixes lately, reworking tunes by Local Natives and Hanni El Khatib respectively. Check ‘em out.
If you like your drawn out, progressive and highly emotive electronic music, look no further. French duo Paradis have gone and remixed Jacques Renault’s brand new single ‘Back To You’. Both are part and parcel of the first release on his co-owned label, Let’s Play House. If you’ve got a spare nine minutes, we suggest you spend it listening to this.