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Semtek

With Don’t Be Afraid setting benchmarks and then successively smashing them, Inverted Audio was presented with the chance to host a mix from B.D.A. label boss Benjamin Roth aka Semtek. Featuring some of his favourite oddball UK techno releases from the past alongside music from the labels that he’s into, this mix is a verdant exploration into Semtek’s musical taste.

Jonas Yamer

Encompassing his “club night suspense in a nutshell”, Jonas Yamer’s mix delivery for IA is a proper riveting multisensory head trip rife with flaring breakbeat rhythms, hazy late night atmospheres and tribal techno motifs. We sat down with the man to discuss the origins of his love for electronic music, eclecticism and the ins and outs of his imprint, Molten Moods. Stretch a bit, set your speakers to full blast and fire away.

Phuong-Dan

We’re no short of chuffed to welcome Golden Pudel’s one and only Phuong-Dan to our mix series. Clocking in with one of his idiosyncratic boundary-pushing sets, Dan delivers a finespun piece of intricate and hallucinogenic ambience-scaping.

Jacques Bon

With less than a month to go until Farr Festival, Jacques Bon provides a potent mix of deep house, psychedelic disco, church bells and experimental electronics giving us a hint at his highly anticipated deejay set at Farr Festival.

Andrew Red Hand

Romania’s finest Detroit-repping firebug Andrew Red Hand steps up in our mix series with a laser-guided suite of propulsive uptempo hybrids and high-octane, 303-laden bracers; raising his glass to UR and cronies with one hand as he drops the hammer with the other.

Jenus

Ahead of HER DAMIT and the debut edition of 7001 Festival this summer in Germany, we caught up with former Ostgut Ton label manager Jenus Baumecker-Kahmke to learn more about his musical heritage, love of vinyl and his involvement with the music and art world in London and Berlin. Jenus’ mix is a deep sonic journey into the realms of ambient and electro-acoustic music.

re:ni

Ahead of her performance at Orbits festival this summer, London-based deejay re:ni opens up about her musical background and the influence of her fathers musical heritage, plus her time experiencing music at London-based clubs Plastic People and Fabric. She also offers up some advice to aspiring female DJs.

S.O.N.S

Clocking in at number 275 in our podcast series, S.O.N.S lays down one of his trademark Homeric audio voyages – vibrantly alive and luxuriously designed. Traversing a variety of moods and tempi, in turns earthly and heavenly, intricate and streamlined, the present mix provides a proper riveting panoramic view into S.O.N.S kaleidoscopic domains.

The Beat Escape

Ahead of the release of The Beat Escape album on Bella Union, the Montreal-based duo serve up a mix stamped with their usual seal of elegance. From Bill Nelson to Pink Industry, via Raze De Soare and Degrees of Freedom; this mix is for sunny days and aimless wanderings in the park.

Solaris

Prominent Leipzig based-selector Solaris serves up a stomping mix that delves deep into her experimental record collection, featuring an upcoming track from M.E.S.H. – This one is not for the faint-hearted!

Cera Khin

Ahead of Cera Khin’s appearance this summer at the Inverted Audio curated stage “Campfire Headphase” at Farr Festival, we reached out to the Berlin based DJ and producer to find out more about her roots. Her mix is a two-hour recording of her multi-genre DJ set at the debut Timedance event “BRS>>>BLN” that took place last October at OHM Berlin. Get ready for a hypnotic journey through dub, reggae, dancehall, jungle and techno!

Beau Wanzer

Taking up the room between EBM, screwed-up industrial, broken hip-hop and further unidentified electronics, Beau Wanzer’s mix defies the notions of easy-listening and regular mix format. We sat down with the US based producer to discuss big-money studio gear, creative process and his absolute hatred for all things involving cottage cheese.

December

With a new EP just out via Helena Hauff’s Return To Disorder, we caught up with French producer December to discuss his roots in electronic music production, first loves, favourite hang-out spots in Paris and studio modus operandi.

Beesmunt Soundsystem

Amsterdam duo Beesmunt Soundsystem deploy a wide-spanning palette of exotica-infused electronics, toasty grooves and further downtempo oddities sure to warmly offset the harsh cold outside. They also discuss their recent trip to Japan. Lock in, grab a plaid and pour yourself a fresh cup of green tea.

Mix Mup

Before Lorenz Lindner officially kicks off 2018 with exciting new projects and releases, and his schedule goes haywire, we caught up with Mix Mup, who’s put together a precious mix of deep dancefloor jams and steady rhythms for us, ideal to soundtrack your next outing on the highway.

Fabio Monesi

London’s Wilson Records sits in a category of its own, far from the hubbub of inaudible hype and transitory trends, eager to establish a durable take on club music. It’s with the greatest pleasure that we welcome label founder Fabio Monesi for a hour-long session of dusty house shufflers, Detroit-flavoured electro breaks and further hallucinogenic techno motifs.