This week’s top mixes include James Holden’s Inspirational Performances, Legowelt’s Masterpiece Society and Andy Garvey’s Melbourne Deepcast.

Legowelt’s Masterpiece Society. Dutch electronic musician Legowelt‘s ‘Masterpiece Society’ is a fresh new mix of the tracks he’s currently loving, and includes selections of alien, retro-futurist techno and house tracks from Delroy Edwards, Hieroglyphic Being, Innershades and himself. Stream above, track listing here.

James Holden’s Inspirational Performances. Electronic experimenter and founder of the Border Community imprint, James Holden compiles “a meditative playlist of inspirational live performances” for Slovenia’s Druga Godba Festival. It features Don Cherry, Terry Riley, Batkovic Mario, Laurence Pike, Luke Abbott, Ex-Easter Island Head, Maalem Mahmoud Guinia and Kieran Hebden with Steve Reid. Watch here.

Andy Garvey’s Melbourne Deepcast. Resident of Sydney’s FBi Radio, Andy Garvey‘s weekly Pure Space show hosts a roster of top international guests. She also curates the Triple J weekly Mix Up, which features the best new and upcoming Australian talent. Her Melbourne Deepcast a selection of “late night electro lurking from the Pure Space observatory”. Stream above, an interview with the artist here.

Paloma’s Proper Space Trip. The latest podcast from UK techno label Lobster Theremin comes from Bristol-based producer and DJ Paloma, whose dubbed out acidic techno track ‘Hold My Hand Or I’ll Drift Into Space’ brought her into the LT fold. Her mix showcases “her ear for the more cosmic and bass-heavy end of electro, techno and house”. Stream above.

Ziúr’s Genre Synthesis. Berlin-based selector and producer Ziúr is the founder of genre synthesis night BOO HOO, and has released her textured, complex and frenetic rhythms via Planet Mu and Objects Ltd. Her Fact mix is equally as genre unrestricted, as she draws from PTP’s Saint Abdullah, Nordic black metal legends Immortal, Different CirclesChevel and more. Stream above, track listing here.

30th April, 2018

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