This week’s top mixes include Bicep’s Hot Tub Slamz II, Mr G’s funk influences, a 100% Prince special and Andreas Tilliander’s tongue-in-cheek response to a critic.

Bicep’s Hot Tub Slamz II. Slammin’ disco, house and techno in part two of Bicep‘s Hot Tub Slamz mixes. Textbook stuff from the duo behind the ever-enjoyable Feel My Bicep blog. Stream and download above.

International Women’s Day 2015 Special. “With so many women who have inspired me over the years and who are currently doing amazing things it just seemed like the perfect opportunity to pay respect to them.” Kirsti of the underground electronic music blog, radio show and record label null+void presents a special show for Future Music FM‘s celebration of International Women’s Day 2015. Expect an eclectic selection from the likes of Andrea Parker, Helena Hauff and electronic music pioneer Daphne Oram. Stream and download above, a full track listing can be found here.

Bill Brewster’s Disco Selections. Bill Brewster, author of How To DJ (Properly) and co-author of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life, presents the first of his new series of monthly shows on recently launched Leeds-based independent radio station KMAH Radio: a two-hour set of radical disco and disco-influenced tracks from his extensive record collection. Stream and download above.

Mr G’s Funk Influences. UK veteran Colin McBean AKA Mr G digs deep in the latest FACT mix. The mix, which has reached the top position in Mixcloud’s funk chart, brings to light records from his digging days, and his funk influences. Stream above, full track listing here.

Nitetrax 100% Prince Special. “Prince at his peak, in full length versions you may not have heard.” An all-Prince mix, focusing on “secret classics”, from the bi-monthly Nitetrax radio show for London’s NTS Radio. Stream above, full track listing here.

90 Minutes of Wonderwall. Swedish producer Andreas Tilliander takes the advice of a disgruntled audience member at one of his live shows, and puts together a set in her honour. “Once while playing a live hardware set, this girl handed me a note saying ‘I’d rather hear Wonderwall on repeat than listen to you. Good night’. Be careful what you wish for. (And be careful not to play techno in an indie rock bar).” Stream above. You can probably guess the track listing.


23rd March, 2015

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