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Rey Colino

Proudly flying the flag of vibey dance music, Kalahari Oyster Cult label boss Rey Colino steps up to our mix series with a total melter of a mix, filling the gaps between fractalized acid, heavy-lidded garage house, future exotica and wee hours tear-jerkers.

Gacha Bakradze

True to his love for multi-sensory dynamics and retro-futuristic techno hybrids, Gacha Bakradze’s mix will have you transported to another dimension.

Myn

Myn lays down a gutsy hour-long audio trip, enveloping us in a pitch-black nightly scenario where hammering techno rubs shoulders with droney acid whorls, unhinged industrial, trap-infused hardcore and freewheeling Italo out the fiercest Giallo club sequence.

Maelstrom

Maelstrom drops the hammer down badman style, gracing us with a helluva hour-long sonic trip. Spanning from old-school classics (Dopplereffekt, The Hacker…) to present-time sweat-inducers (Norwell, Morphology, Hermeth…), it’s an angry tsunami of paced up electro madness, untamed acid and wild machine funk that’s heading over. Prepare for impact.

Tala Drum Corps

Showing off his knack for carving out lushly nuanced, immersive alien ambiences, Tala Drum Corps lays down a mix full of post-nu agey ’90s synthetic lustre, oddball ambient house dynamics and further leftfield acid divagations.

Don’t DJ

Ahead of Under The Desert Stars, a unique experimental music event taking place within the alien landscape of the Moroccan desert between 27 – 29 September, Don’t DJ serves up over an hour of eerie, mystique-imbued groove eclecticism, ranging from spaced-out techno to sweat-inducing dancehall, through traditional Middle-Eastern rhythms and other downtempo oddities. Lock in and dream away.

Benoit B

Benoit B eases us into a world of eerie synth-pop textures, hypno-industrial oddities, electroid dynamics and hip-hop breaks gone astray. The result is a supremely delectable head trip to get loose to, 100% true to the man’s retro-futuristic Bauhausian blends. Grab a pint, breathe out, submerge.

Gramrcy

Ahead of our first residency night at Zur Klappe on 10 August in Berlin, we caught up with Gramrcy to find out more about his life current in Berlin and the Peach Discs imprint he co-runs with Shanti Celeste. We also cast our eyes back to his musical beginnings and the moments that have helped shape his genre-busting musical path.

Ewan Jansen & Jimpster

With Ewan Jansen’s latest number freshly out on Jimpster’s Freerange Records, this felt like the perfect occasion to ask Ewan for a mix. Used to performing live exclusively, he opted for a distinct way of doing it: Ewan selected a solid batch of cuts – including a lot of unheard gems from his vaults, for Jimpster to pick from and smoothly weave together. Pull out the shades, beach towel and sunscreen, summer vibes are on.

Roza Terenzi

Going in with over an hour of full-blast electro, alien analogue jazz and old school jungle epics, Roza Terenzi will have you zoning out far away from this galaxy in a flash.

Tryphème

Tryphème steps up to our mix series with a much compelling and seamless hour trip, spanning across ever-changing audioscapes; from IDM to hip-hop, through electronica and new beat-ish dynamics.

1800HaightStreet

Fresh off their outstanding release on Lobster’s black label series, 1800HaightStreet step up in our mix series to give us a taste of the invigoratingly fresh techno breeze that’s been blowing across Vancouver’s dance floors as of late.

Rivet

We are more than proud to welcome Rivet to the fold with a special recreation of the best of his three sets at this year’s edition of Intonal Festival – a jagged ride across varied sonic territories, from EBM to no wave, through Italo and industrial.

Patricia

Electronica-infused modular techno rubbing off onto post-industrial ambient upholstery, Ravitz’s music is essentially alien and intrepidly unpigeonholeable to the bone. Patrica steps up to provide an ultra rare live recording taken from his performance at the debut edition of Bucharest’s Automata Festival – a masterclass of ultra-sensory techno grooves and playful hardware juggling.

Jensen Interceptor & Sync 24

Jensen Interceptor and UK electro maestro Sync 24 team up to provide us with a special all-acid mix drinking to the timeless source of inspiration that is Roland’s 1982-born bass synth, aka the legendary TB-303. Buckle up and get ready for an insane ride, this one’s going to pin you to the seat from start to finish.

Beta Librae

In addition to dishing out an hour-and-a-half of her bewitching floor-destroying skills, Beta Librae took the time to answer a few questions. Lock in you’re in for a chirpy treat.