This week’s top mixes include Objects Limited’s experimental electronics, Dâm-Funk’s Funkmosphere and DJ Haus live at Robert Johnson.
MCDE b2b Jeremy Underground. A deep and soulful house and disco masterclass with battle-hardened house DJs Motor City Drum Ensemble and Jeremy Underground, from this year’s RA stage at Sónar in Barcelona. Selections include the most dance-inducing records from Larry Heard, Talking Heads, Kerri Chandler and more. Watch in full above.
Dâm-Funk’s Funkmosphere. American DJ, musician and vocalist Dâm-Funk combines boogie, g-funk, electro and synth pop in his original productions for Stones Throw, heads his own Glydezone imprint, and has hosted his own LA party Funkmosphere for a decade. Ahead of his forthcoming release Architecture II, he puts together a Dekmantel podcast. Stream above.
DJ Haus live at Robert Johnson. DJ Haus is the man behind cult UK dance label Unknown To The Unknown, respected for its innovative underground style and approach. This recording captures his closing set as the sun came up at Robert Johnson, with unreleased material from Falcon Black Ops, Ludwig AF Röhrscheid, Contactless and others. Stream above.
Martyn’s Techno Voids. Enduring producer and DJ Martyn has a discography of releases via Hyperdub, Brainfeeder, Ninja Tune, Warp and others. Celebrating his new album, Voids, for Ostgut Ton, he compiles a mix showcasing some of its best moments along with new and old classics. Stream above, track listing here.
Objects Limited’s Experimental Electronics. Artist Lara Rix-Martin‘s Brighton-based experimental electronic label Objects Limited has a roster of women and non-binary artists. In her label of the month mix for RA, she showcases some sounds from artists on the label, including Toxe, Laurie Spiegel, Klein and Via App. Stream above.