The latest episode of our sister mix series features a transmission from Chloe Frieda – head of the London-based record label and eponymous NTS Radio show, Alien Jams.
Inaugurating his new DJ Osom alias, which he describes as the epitome of “free” and a way to have “more control over my name”, J. Albert delivers a proper mind-altering slice of overboiling electronics, packed to the rim with sweltering extraterrestrial ambiences and sizzling acid chords hunting in packs. Stream the record in full within.
A feeling of eagerness and curiosity precedes Jack Roland‘s debut, especially given it’s coming out on UN.T.O, a label that’s still to disappoint since their debut release last year. Fluctuating
Needless to say George Thompson has been on fire as of late. If you check in on a regular basis at your local record store you’ll have noticed his omnipresence both on the shelves and in a flurry of DJ bags altogether. After a host of compelling transmissions on Island Of The Gods, Berceuse Heroique and Jealous God, Black Merlin takes back his magic wand for a two-track brain melter on Rotterdam’s finest Pinkman.