Mixes Of The Week: 15/5/17

This week’s top mixes include Basic Rhythm Straight From The Bedroom, Visible Cloaks on Rinse, and Lil Data – ‘I Was Born To Code’.

Basic Rhythm Straight From The Bedroom. The first new mix from Anthoney Hart, aka Basic Rhythm and Imaginary Forces, in a new series reproducing the sounds of pirate radio: early hardcore, bleep techno and jungle classics. Stream and download above, an interview with the artist here.

Visible Cloaks on Rinse. Visible Cloaks uploads a high-def recording of his recent set on London’s Rinse FM. The Portland-based producer plays an hour of vivid retro-futurist electro, dreamy dancefloor cuts, and the experimental and highly modern abstract electronics that have inspired his records for RVNG Intl among others. Stream above, download here.

Lil Data – I Was Born To Code. PC Music’s Lil Data presents a short selection of his experimental work with live audio programming languages like Tidal Cycles and SuperCollider, which allow for sound creation and sequencing using text. Download and an interview with the artist here.

David Barbarossa Live at Sub Club. Legend of the Glasgow scene, DJ and rare record collector David Barbarossa contributes a recording of himself warming up for Moodymann at the world famous Sub Club. “Not for the heads, this is for the feets. Full on *P*A*R*T*Y* times for rollerskaters, disco dancers and anyone who likes fun times underground,” Barbarossa explains. Stream above.

Customs’ Sanpo Disco. “Recorded at dusk”, north London DJ trio Customs select an hour of 80s ‘world’ rhythms, tropical pop and other-worldly psyche, which “exudes the mood of nightfall perfectly” for the latest in Melbourne’s Sanpo Disco mix series. Stream above, download here.

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