This week’s top mixes include Donato Dozzy’s Alternate Cuts, DJ Eliot’s Musical Forecasts and The Underground Resistance Ethos.
Grand River Blows Up The Workshop. The latest Blowing Up The Workshop mix comes from Dutch-Italian composer Grand River, who explains its meaning: “Spring is a powerful season for changes. Transitions might be troublesome as changes go against our need to feel in control of our life. Every instant could bring slowly-building shifts of the mind, emotions and actions – even if we don’t notice it.” Stream above.
DJ Eliot’s Musical Forecasts. French artist and music enthusiast Charlotte Giraudot, aka DJ Eliot, is a highly knowledgable dance music selector and part of record labels, collectives and parties including Coastal Haze, Church and Rotations. Her mix for Forecast is a sophisticated hour of slow, moody wave and lo-fi dub. Stream above, track listing here.
Donato Dozzy’s Alternate Cuts. Italian artist Donato Dozzy played a two-hour ‘no-boundaries’ set of ambient, hip-hop, acid and more for RA‘s Alternate Cuts party series celebrating the UK crews keeping local nightlife scenes alive. Stream above.
The Underground Resistance Ethos. Recorded in Detroit as a showcase for legendary techno collective Underground Resistance, which has helped define the sounds and attitude of techno for 30 years, the latest RA mix features UR member Mark Flash presenting 90 minutes of the label’s music with some exclusively produced beats. Stream above.
Jamie Jones’s Hot Creations. Hot Creations label boss, founder and curator of the Paradise global event series and a member of Hot Natured, Jamie Jones’s Boiler Room session showcases a set of groove-driven retro house tracks in an East London pub. Stream above.