Solid-as-they-come mix from Unknown To The Unknown’s house/garage boy wonder Palace, delivering just over half an hour of stripped rhythms and gully basslines for Life Crushed. Listen.
Upfront yet deep production from everyone’s favourite Canadian, as Jacques Greene brings some ethereal house movements to proceedings.
You’ll have heard this caned by both of these top flight producers in the past year (first appearing on Joy O’s still deadly Hinge Finger mix), but here’s the freshly-upped official clip from the NonPlus man himself, ahead of the Think and Change album release in March. They don’t come much bigger than this.
More from Bristol boy Kowton, who’s reckless TFB we’re awaiting release via All Caps, as the man mixes up just under 45 minutes of deep, dubby grime and techno variations from Sonotown, including tracks from himself, Peverelist, Visionist, D. Malice, Vessel and more. Tracklist after the jump.
Fast-becoming our regular go-to selector for all things Afro-house, Angola’s DJ Satelite comes with yet another edition to his Luanda No Horizonte series, turning in over an hour the finest African riddims going. Download on sight type-stuff.
Tracklist after the jump…
Manchester producer and now Swamp81 artist Paleman turns in almost an hour of rumbling 4/4 grooves ahead of what’s set to be a huge year for the young talent. No tracklist, but Furball, the huge collaboration with UKG legend Zed Bias is included.
Part of the Afrohouse Session EP, Angola’s top boy DJ Satélite returns from his latest Luanda No Horizonte outing with six minutes of quality synth-laden house, displaying the ever-developing UK>SA relationship at it’s strongest. Available now via DJs 4 Africa & Seres Produções.
Currently ruling the Musikal roost when it comes to our penchant for deep, dub-flavoured house and techno, John Osborn returns with another killer mix, fully representing the superb TAANSTAFL label himself and October have been quietly releasing quality music on throughout the year.
Here you’ll find part one of a live set from Osborn’s recent Panorama Bar set, consisting of 86 minutes of cerebral, weighty techno.
Following on from the Rosalind EP, one of the brightest stars in the rejuvenated UK house scene drops a free remix for XLR8R, re-positioning Voyeur’s chunky piano-led original into a smooth and muffled affair, coming with trademark stabs and a hollowed out kick. Download here.
Having previewed the Horn Wax 002 release back in July, it’s a certain joy to now post up an hours worth of music from Tusk himself, the man responsible for the triple-headed pleasure dome of labels that is Tusk Wax, Horn Wax and Porn Wax.
60 minutes of fine music taking in a lo-fi disco universe, John Carpenter vibes and straight skag disco. Download here, and catch the man himself alongside our friends the Recession Sound System at their latest RSS bash this Friday - details here.
Following previous storming Luanda No Horizonte outings in the form of Volume One and Volume Two, Angolan Afrohouse don DJ Satelite delivers another masterclass in smooth African styles from the gold continent. Stream on the player above, and check the tracklist after the jump.