This weeks top mixes include Myles Mac for Rainbow Serpent Festival, Skatebård for Zeezout Club and Pfirter for Deep Space Helsinki.

DJ Pete (Substance) for Mysteries of the Deep. Scene veteran DJ Pete takes the reigns for the latest podcast from New York label Mysteries of the Deep. Full of ethereal melodies and droning baselines, DJ Pete mixes beatless grooves with dark brooding half time beats.

Myles Mac for Rainbow Serpent Festival. Opening up the Sunset Stage on the Friday at Rainbow Serpent, this recording is taken from one of Australia’s most highly regarded festivals. Myles Mac sets the day up perfectly with heartfelt house grooves, jacking beats and deep vibey numbers.

Skatebård for Zeezout Club. Another live recording, this time from Zeezout club in Utrecht, where Norwegian producer Skatebård graced the decks for a set of upfront acid, old school inspired house cuts and wonky synth workouts.

Virgil Abloh for Giles Peterson on Worldwide FM. Chicago’s Virgil Abloh drops a mix for Giles Peterson’s show on Worldwide FM, spinning exclusive re-edits by himself alongside tracks by Frankie Knuckles, Peven Everett and BadBadNotGood.

Pfirter for Deep Space Helsinki. Over 80 minutes worth of excellent underground industrial techno here from Pfirter for the Deep Space Helsinki podcast.

5th February, 2019

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