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If you've not been paying attention of late - and you'd be forgiven for sleeping on Tru Thoughts after all this time - then this weighty double vinyl and CD trawl through recent releases is well worth a listen. There's the usual mix of downtempo, jazz, soul, hip-hop, dubstep, Afro-Cuban and broken beats, with notable forays into dancefloor territory from Dave Jones under both his Zed Bias and Maddslinky alter-egosHidden Orchestra and Bristolian combo Smerins Anti Social Club.
Sure, everyone in the industry claims to have been music obsessives since youth, but few have taken it as far as this Dutchman. Unlike many, though, he has a wealth and depth of music to call on that is so vast you never quite know what you are going to get: he is as comfortable spinning Chicago and Detroit influenced house as he is rare Afro funk, forgotten disco and everything in between.
Antal's own words on the mix: "Just back from the Selectors Festival and Maiden Voyage festival in London, I finally had the chance again to DJ for an actual real audience.
It was so much fun I am still feeling it. This was something I was really missing the last months. So still in the mood, I was just spinning some tunes in the music room at a midtempo and at the same time I was thinking about the headphone experience and what would be nice to hear, so I went for the more clean and clear productions - but like always, eventually I am turning it around this time to Brazilian music for a few bits, only to get out of it again with Intro/Outro (Volcov 4-4-2 Remix) other sounds German electronic duo FJAAK produce driving, energetic dance tracks which range from reflective power house to storming warehouse techno, with occasional U.
Gritty yet sensual, their tracks are composed entirely on analog equipment. Get ready for a sweaty hour, it's gonna be dripping from the ceiling ; ". John C. Lilly - Altered States.
Selassie TBC's own words on the mix: "I wanted this mix to be a bit more dance focussed than my radio shows. I usually take a laid back approach on NTS, so took this as an opportunity to express myself in a different way and delve into a couple sounds and pockets that people may not necessarily know me for.
Starts familiar, but goes to eventually goes elsewhere - it's all part of my musical taste. Plus end of lockdown is on the horizon in the UK so let's turn it up a bit. His distinctive touch in editing obscure, often overlooked jazz-funk and boogie tunes is well represented by his releases on labels like Razor n Tape, Sounds Familiar and Salsoul Records.
Kay Suzuki feat. Kaidi Tatham "Don't be Rude" Video 7 feat. Volcov has been an Italian advocate for souful, melodic house music for Intro/Outro (Volcov 4-4-2 Remix) over 20 years, launching Archive in and Neroli in the year Volcov's own words on the mix: A deep warm selection to lift the spirit during these trying times! I started producing myself and expanding my taste in music. I started to listen to a lot of new genres and styles, sometimes I can fall in love with a track only because of it's percussion or bassline.
Working on a mix for me - is always an opportunity to share not commonly known music, interesting music. I want to show my listeners that electronic music can be easy to listen to, it can make your day or it may be a good soundtrack for anything: work, walk or doing nothing. And it's always like one long track, one mood, but eclectic, like a room full of different furniture but looking great together. This is a small part of my music vision. No frames, more freedom in life, freedom in making music, more new openings in Music is friend, life and Intro/Outro (Volcov 4-4-2 Remix).
Branko is the creative force behind Buraka som Sistema, and founder of Enchufada. Always Intro/Outro (Volcov 4-4-2 Remix) the status quo, discovering new sounds and artists around the world. Tracklist: Deekapz - Lunar feat. Catalina Garcia Mina - One Leg feat.
His massive discography of music sits in its own genre of classically deep house and original techno with unique swing and rhythm. Having been around as long as he has, it's difficult to find peers with a similar track record that have stayed as relevant. Co-founder of boxout. His passion for entrepreneurship Intro/Outro (Volcov 4-4-2 Remix) networking in music has seen him lay crucial groundwork in Dubai, Istanbul, across Europe and beyond.
His own words on the mix: It is a 90 minute mix which I really enjoyed putting together, especially during these times. Making the track selection and having these tracks on repeat for a few weeks wanted to really soak it all in myself before I made the mix, a variety of sounds something for everyone but definitely a good vibes mix. Hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do. Another exclusive by Nuff Pedals called Encompass is also featured.
The mix shows Die's width and breadth as a DJ and label owner. GutterFunk has always been a cross-genre label, the labels image follows in the footsteps of Die's background in Jungle- a genre that was wide open in influence and execution. It's this aesthetic that underpins the creative direction the Die follows to this day, its all subject to vibes. In a way, this mix is a hunt for the perfect interlude, a compilation of sometimes short, sometimes long intermissions forming a new whole filled with imperfections.
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