This week’s top mixes include Mr Scruff, Amy Becker and Big Strick.

The Do!! You!!! Show with Charlie Bones & Theo Parrish. Detroit-based house and techno artist, head of Sound Signature and Ugly Edits imprints, Theo Parrish joins Charlie Bones for a one off afternoon session of soul, jazz and funk-infused house via the daily Do!! You!!! radio show, on East London’s NTS. Stream above.

Big Strick’s Feel My Bicep Mixtape. Feel My Bicep welcomes Big Strick of Detroit’s FXHE Records to their mixtape series. With new projects due to drop later this year and a tour of Japan in October, “there was no real formula, just played some records I was digging on,” he explains. Stream and download here.

Daniel Avery at Brilliant Corners. A recording of the first in RA‘s series of RA Live events, featuring British DJ and producer Daniel Avery, founder of Divided Love club night, playing his favourite downtempo, shoegaze and ambient records at the outer reaches of techno, on a Sunday evening at London’s Brilliant Corners. Stream above.

Amy Becker’s Crack Mix Selections. With her self-produced zine and compilation TRX, an EP featuring Sir Spyro and Scratcha DVA, the launch of her own Acrylic label and regular slots on Radar, NTS and Rinse, UK bass music DJ Amy Becker selects cuts from London’s drill and afrobeats scenes in her Crack mix. Stream above, track listing here.

Mr Scruff Gets A Move On. Manchester producer, DJ and tea aficionado, Mr Scruff drops a mix ahead of his Lost Village set next week, via i-DJ. It’s “a winding journey through different areas of the festival, spending 10-15 minutes at one stage before moving on to another”. Stream above, track listing here.

FOOZOOL and 8ULENTINA’s Truancy Volume. Hailing from San Francisco, FOOZOOL and 8ULENTINA are the masterminds behind Club Chai, an operation including radio shows, guest mixes, workshops, art shows and a label that featured the Club Chai Vol. 1 compilation released earlier this year. Their joint mix for TRUANTS packs an hour of rhythms from across the globe. Stream above.

21st August, 2017

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