This week’s top mixes include an old-school jungle tape from Peverelist, Gerd Janson and Move D live from ADE, and Julio Bashmore Meets DJ Moxie.

All The Hits 2015. London-based DJ and producer Nadia Ksaiba, resident of Rhythm Connection radio show on Dalston’s NTS Radio, brings 2015 to a close with a mix featuring a selection of this year’s best house and techno from the likes of Numbers, LIES, Trax Couture, Marquis Hawkes, Hot Chip and many more. Stream above.

Peverelist’s Old School Jungle Mixtape v2. The Bristol-based dubstep veteran and head of Livity Sound, Peverelist has “dusted off and digitised for the 21st century” his second old-school jungle mixtape, which is jam packed full of inspired early 90s classics and more. Stream above.

MIXED BY: MK. Detroit-born producer and in-demand DJ, Marc Kinchen, aka MK, celebrates his new track with vocalist Milly Pye by contributing to THUMP‘s MIXED BY series. It features some of his most lauded tracks and remixes from the last year, from artists like as Luigi Rocca and Ellie Goulding, as well as some tunes he’s feeling from around the world. Stream above.

Gerd Janson and Move D at ADE 2015. The second episode in Dutch party organisers ZeeZout‘s new podcast series is a special recording of two of their all-time musical heroes, Gerd Janson and Move D, playing a long back-to-back set of disco, house, techno and new wave at the last Amsterdam Dance Event. “The result is 3 hours of pure bliss,” say ZeeZout. Stream above.

EB Radio Presents: Avalon Emerson. Electronic Beats presents a live recording of Berlin-based DJ/producer Avalon Emerson, whose Let Me Love and Steal EPs are out via Spring Theory, opening for Sepalcure at Palisades in New York. Stream above.

Julio Bashmore Meets DJ Moxie. Julio Bashmore joins London’s DJ Moxie during her NTS radio show, for a chat about some of his favourite records and the process behind making his debut album Knockin Boots. The show features new techno, grime and hip-hop tracks from the likes of Kyle Hall, Radio Slave, Fold and more. Stream above, track listing here.

21st December, 2015

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