For those of you interested in keeping up with emerging sub-genres of the bass world... For the rest of you it's perfectly fine to stop reading now.
The founding father of the legendary London club night, Secret Sundaze, recorded a three-hour set when playing Panorama Bar some weeks ago. A classy set ranging from deep Afro inspired tunes to Chicago, Acid and back again. Lots of hidden gems in there and well worth a listen...
I’m taking time off to rehabilitate, thus no article today. However, I have prepared a little mix that I hope you will enjoy... See you next week!
Oh Levon. Is there any better way to enter the new year than with a mix from your hand? Back in 2010, you and the now defunct mnmlssgs blog rang in the new year with an exquisite mix of house and techno of the finest kind. Now, you're doing it all over again!
We’ve been pestering our old pal, Tomas for a mix for a while now and lo and behold it’s finally here! The DJ/producer/drummer’s first mix for us is an intense, deep and ethereal affair that will transport you to timelessly grandiose places of concentrated bliss. Mixed on the TMA-1 Studio, Tomas proves - once again - that you don’t always have to shout to get heard.
Remember that 'SUP Magazine/Cosmic Kids post we ran a few weeks back? There's more to that story. More specifically an excellent desert-inspired mix by those star-gazing Cosmic Kids. Let your weekend fade into sweet, sweet oblivion courtesy of the Cosmic kids ambient mix. Take it away, Ron.
His name is Dances With White Girls and he made us a mix. That’s all you need to know, really. But, in the name of general inclusivity and spreading the good DWWG word, we can tell you that he’s an NY-based producer/DJ/rapper, that he releases slammin tracks on Plant Music and Throne of Blood and that he presumably likes to dance with white girls. Don’t we all?