This week’s top mixes include Anastasia Kristensen’s Immense Landscapes, Virtual Self’s Romantic Visions and Royal-T’s Valentines Grime.
Anastasia Kristensen’s Immense Landscapes. In this promo mix for her upcoming appearance at London’s Fabric, young Danish techno DJ Anastasia Kristensen builds an intense and exciting landscape out of her immense record collection, which spans from classic 90s-era Warp to new Houndstooth and Ostgut Ton. Stream above.
Nathan Fake Asunder. Leftfield techno producer Nathan Fake is known best for his highly harmonic and emotive records on James Holden’s Border Community and many others, which include hits like ‘The Sky Was Pink’ and ‘Silent Night’, and his debut album Drowning In A Sea Of Love. His mix for Worldwide FM comes ahead of a new EPm, Sunder, on February 23rd. Stream above.
Virtual Self’s Romantic Visions. The latest in BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac minimix series, in which artists create megamashups where tracks are required to play for less than 30 seconds each, comes from Virtual Self aka Porter Robinson, whose ‘Y2K Utopia Mini Mix’ showcases the kind of romantic and fever dream-like visions of the future his name has become synonymous with. Stream above.
Tony Fairchild b2b Kiernan Laveaux at Ohm. The Hot Mass party in Pittsburgh kicks off its new MASS CAST podcast series with a twisted 2.5-hour set from resident and label boss Tony Fairchild and In Training’s Kiernan Laveaux. Stream above.
Royal-T’s Valentines Grime. “Full of tunes from back in the day about broken hearts and broken beds. Enjoy with your bbz x.” UK underground club royalty, DJ and producer Royal-T of Butterz and Rinse Recordings, puts together a Valentine’s Day set featuring tracks from Ruff Sqwad, Roll Deep and Wiley, Dizzee Rascal and Tinchy Stryder. Stream above, track listing here.