This week’s top mixes include Ge-Ology and Red Greg at Dekmantel, a tribute to Mica Levi and Rampage Sound at Notting Hill Carnival.
Boiler Room x Blade Runner 2049. Ahead of the return of Blade Runner, Boiler Room pays homage to its legacy and celebrates its future with an immersive London event, which featured sets from Hudson Mohawke, experimentalist Aïsha Devi, Blade Runner samplist Kuedo, A/V wizard Konx-om-Pax and PAN futurist and DJ Flora Yin-Wong. Watch in full above.
Ge-Ology & Red Greg at Dekmantel. The Brooklyn DJ of Theo Parrish‘s Sound Signature imprint, Ge-Ology, and East London’s master crate digger Red Greg team up for a heart-warming, three-hour long, back-to-back session of the best funk, soul and disco selections at Dekmantel Festival 2017. Stream and download above, track listing here.
Mica Levi Works Compiled by James Heather. The latest Vinyl Factory mix features Composer James Heather compiling 70 minutes of cuts from London singer and producer Mica Levi, from her wonky pop music with Micachu & The Shapes, her grime with Tirzah and her experimental work with cellist and producer Oliver Coates, to her acclaimed soundtracks for Under The Skin and Jackie. Stream above, track listing here.
Pessimist’s NTS Radio Selections. Following his recent LP release via Blackest Ever Black, Bristol-based producer Pessimist performs on East London’s NTS Radio, playing a two-hour show that reveals the producer’s influences, with techno and breaks selections from Aphex Twin to The Sabres Of Paradise and Boards Of Canada. Stream above.
Rampage Sound at Notting Hill Carnival. A recording of the legendary Rampage Sound returning to this year’s Notting Hill Carnival, to play everything London’s come to associate with carnival: the best of classic UK hardcore, contemporary grime bangers, celebratory dancehall and R&B. Features “a slew of special guests including the godfather Wiley himself”. Stream above.