This week’s top mixes include Björk’s flute and air themes, Off Minor with Jordan GCZ and Oneohtrix Point Never’s Soundtrack Moments.

Off Minor with Jordan GCZ. One half of Amsterdam-based DJ and production duo Juju & Jordash, Jordan GCZ plays an hour of ambient, jazz and leftfield electronic music in the latest edition of the Off Minor radio show, via Amsterdam’s Red Light Radio; featuring tracks from Gypsy Lane, Cube, Domu and Model 500. Stream above.

Cashmere Cat’s Love for Australia. Ahead of appearing in Australia soon, Norweigen r’n’b producer Cashmere Cat expresses his love for the country with an hour-long preview mix showcasing his blend of ultra modern r’n’b, hyper-trap and new-school bubblegum pop, aired on Triple J Radio. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Björk’s Flute and Air Themes. Celebrating Björk‘s Mixmag December cover and her forthcoming album Utopia, the Icelandic superstar artist records an exclusive studio mix, and addresses the listener: “here is a little set for you . it is most definitely flute and air themed and perhaps reveals the sonic environment my ears were in last year . i thank all the musicians . kindness , björk.” Stream above, track listing here.

Oneohtrix Point Never’s Soundtrack Moments. Electronic experimentalist Oneohtrix Point Never marks the release of Good Time with a special Fact mix dedicated to the world of cinema, putting together some of his favourite soundtrack moments and an exclusive remix of Los Angeles outsider Lewis’s ‘Like To See You Again’. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Siren’s Joyful Dance Music. A “very adult mix” for late-night loft parties from production duo Siren, which consists of the resident DJs of NYC venues Love and Cielo, Darshan Jesrani (of Metro Area/Startree) and Dennis Kane (or Disques Sinthomme/Ghost Town). It digs through old and new material, mostly mid-tempo, cosmic disco-infused house. Stream and download above.

20th November, 2017

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