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KEMAA

Berceuse Heroique label boss KEMAA serves up an addictive two-hour mix that spans ambient, techno, electro, house and obviously much more than any regular club mix could encompass. No interview supplied this time – sometimes it’s better to live by the word of Proust, “Real art doesn’t require proclamations, it is accomplished in silence”. We hope you’ll enjoy this variegated floor-oriented mix as much as we do.

Nosedrip

We caught up for a quick-fire chat with Belgium based artist Nosedrip as he opens up on the width of the Belgium scene and gets us to discover the story behind his unique approach to music.

Natascha Kann

://about blank resident Natascha Kann delivers a mix that reflects her laser-precise sets in Berlin, blending the finest of acid strains, pounding techno beats and propulsive electro grooves to keep you busy on the dance floor from start to finish.

Sentiments

Lyon based DJ and label owner Sentiments steps up to grace our mix series this week with an hour-long mix of funky flavours, pumping electronics and straight out dusty Chicagoan groovers, weaved together by his impeccable sense for liaison and melodic patchworking.

Look Like

Dial back to earlier in the year and you’ll see that our long running appreciation of DVS1’s Mistress Recordings imprint hit a fresh high with an entry from Zurich’s Club Zunkunft resident Look Like. After exchanging a few appreciative words since Mistress 09, we managed to lock down the normally low-key producer for a mix session and quick-fire interview for Inverted Audio.

Nick Klein

With his Euro tour freshly completed and an upcoming tour across the USA on the horizon, Nick Klein put his techno hat aside to lay down an hour-long baroque mix of opiated ambient, slo-mo folk and heartrending choral music. We seized the occasion to have a chat and discuss spirituality in music.

Precipitation

Canadian producer Precipitation unveils his multi-faceted personality as he talks up his evolution as a musician, his special inclination for sampling, relationship with Vancouver and future plans as Precipitation and his new project alongside Soft Fit named Aquatic Language.

Huerco S.

Ahead of his highly anticipated live performance at the Inverted Audio curated stage “Campfire Headphase” at Farr Festival 2017, Kansas native Brian Leeds aka Huerco S. contributes the 250th mix to our podcast series with over an hours worth of unquiet electronics and outernational noise.

Interstellar Funk

With a forthcoming North and South American tour on the horizon, Interstellar Funk won’t have much downtime this summer. Before he jets off, Olf recorded this killer mix for us and answered a few questions.

Machine Woman

Ahead of Machine Woman’s highly anticipated live performance at our Inverted Audio curated stage “Campfire Headphase” at Farr Festival (15th July), we asked the Russian born producer to showcase her penchant for downtempo and experimental music through a special mix.

Capablanca

We caught up with “the label honcho with a poncho” Hugo Capablanca to find out more about his fizzy and multicolour sonic realm full of unconventional stories and now richer of a debut EP, ‘Lap Top Less Dance’.

Sacha Mambo

With Macadam Mambo’s 5 year anniversary approaching, we look back at the label’s history and further projects as Sacha digs deep into his well-furnished crates and back catalogue, brushing a compelling and groovy portrait of a label that’s always on the move.

Simo Cell

The French producer serves up an hour of intense rhythm and tempo-juggling, moving from off-kilter electronics through ruffneck junglism onto sizzling electro and tech-y pumpers.

James Booth

With releases on 100% Silk, Budapest-based Farbwechsel and London’s very own Church, James Booth traverses his time without a care in the world. Today, he stops by our mix series to deliver a throbbing cocktail of 303-heavy ammo, jacking rhythms and all-out 4/4 stompers.

Judaah

Up this week in our podcast series, BFDM honcho and newly-appointed music programmer of Razzle Judaah steps up to deliver one of his signature genre-busting mixes, blending the finest of slowed-and-throwed gangsta rap and dashing electro rollers with Detroit in the rearview. Nasty.

Shed

This week’s mix is a long time coming – so much so that we thought that the mere thought of it existing was just a fleeting dream in the forests of our mind – but lo and behold – the one and only Shed has stepped up to provide a sensational mix.