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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.

Cooper Saver

Cooper Saver shows the width of his mixing savoir faire, adroitly manoeuvring in between the lines – from stealth late-nighters to old-school house shufflers, through breaksy electroid eruptions, tribal rhythms and laid-back vintage acideries.

Levon Vincent

Clocking in with a seriously infectious treat of sturdy grooves, fuzzy-feeling chords and tape-echoed goodies, Levon Vincent takes us for a delightful trip down memory lane, deftly manoeuvring betwixt jacking Chicagoan house rhythms, minimalistic tech pulsations and infectious disco meanders.

E-Talking

Packed with the kind of pacey acid swing and hi-energy tribal vibrations that made the 90s rave sound an endless source of inspiration for contemporary producers and DJs, E-Talking’s debut IA mix makes for a tirelessly impressive hour-long artistic manifesto that keeps on giving, bar after bar.

Reza Athar

Reza Athar serves up a polyamorous blender of styles and tempo, steering far, far away from the no-nonsense 4/4 galaxy to settle halfway guitar-strewn psychedelia, kosmische-informed keyboard motifs, tribal jams and cross-pollinated ’80s synth-pop and exotica hybrids.

Eszaid

Following the release of his second album ‘Eurosouvenir’, it is our great pleasure to welcome Eszaid to our mix series, as he steps up with over an hour-long of harsh dungeon beats, jagged anti-techno and so-called leftfield swerves.

Chafik Chennouf

Chafik Chennouf heads up the uncompromising Leyla Records and straddles the increasingly familiar verticals of DJ, producer and label owner. An approach that we could all learn from in 2019. Of course, music paints a million words, so we took the opportunity to draft in Chafik to provide a mix to showcase his sound and share a rare selection of words.

Beige

Beige’s mix naturally reflects the broad-mindedness, fun-loving wit and unquenchable zip of his live approach, colliding the distant realms of GAS, SpaceGhostPurrp, Toulouse Low Trax and more.

Molly

We caught up with the ever-personable Molly to find out more about her musical upbringing, the making-of ‘Waves’ and why she ultimately decided to release her extended player on Giegling. Molly also suggests ways in which younger women can get involved with electronic music culture.

Hodge

Hodge steps up to our podcast series with an all-ambient mix recorded live at Elevator club in Shanghai. It’s a headlong experience that awaits, lulling you into a world of beatless serenity and vaporous captivation.

Caroline Lethô

A well-known figure in Lisbon’s ever effervescent underground scene, Portuguese DJ and producer Caroline Lethô dishes out a pulsating mix of laser-guided breaks, droney tech vibrations, 303-marinated electro and further leftfield-leaning oddities.

Pépe

Valencia-based producer Pépe puts together a mix that defies rhythmic linearity to explore further broken-beat friendly and deeper electronic realms. The result is a serious trip for the body and mind, sure to bring some welcome warmth in these days of cold and wet.

Jonas Friedlich

Since surfacing two years ago on Molten Moods Jonas Friedlich has been championing a sound that wholeheartedly crosses segments of stomping techno, old-school junglism, pot-fuelled Bristolian riddims and post-industrial atmospherics to design a uniquely trenchant arsenal of dancefloor-dedicated weapons. We caught up with the German producer to find out more about his origins.

Arad

Following our music video premiere of Arad’s ‘Inti’ on Bedouin Records, we drafted the Irish producer in for a mix to find out the intricacies of his new audio visual project. We also discuss his residency on Dublin Digital Radio and producing a soundtrack for a horror movie.