This week’s top mixes include Avalon Emerson’s tribute to Starck Club, Spencer Parker in session, Peggy Gou’s Hybrid Abstractions, and Four Tet blending grime and house.

Spencer Parker In Session. A prominent contributor to Radio Slave‘s Rekids label and a regular at Berghain, DJ Spencer Parker‘s first In Session mix for Mixmag perfectly encapsulates everything he’s about: razor-sharp selections of pummeling techno, a sprinkling of house, and a cheeky disco cut in the middle. Stream above.

Avalon Emerson’s Starck Club Tribute. Following much research and digging, rising Berlin-based DJ and producer Avalon Emerson‘s special tribute mix to Dallas’s Starck Club is a two-hour excursion though vocal disco and slowed-down pop grooves, full of 80s dance oddities and obscurities. RBMA tells the story of Starck Club here. Stream above, track listing here.

Peggy Gou’s Hybrid Abstractions. South Korean-born, Berlin-based artist Peggy Gou follows up her debut EP Art of War and continues her regular stream of mix uploads with another high-quality DJ set of dark house, techno, and hybrid abstractions from Detroit, Berlin, and London, including her new track on Phonica White, ‘Six O Six’. Stream above.

Four Tet’s Grime Hits Set. Via RinseFM‘s podcast series, a two-hour set of grime rhythms and house hits from London’s Four Tet, featuring a new remix of ‘Evening Side’ from electronic experimentalist Oneotrix Point Never. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Mosca via NTS. “After last month’s STL special I had so much new shit backed up I just ended up racing through it all. Sufi, Rio meets Salt Lane, 4 dimensions, Enn Tea Ess family, new Sofrito business, ‘pronounced seedo’, goosebumps, single-sided 12″s, Eski/Rezzett mashups(!), Samuel, and of course the incredibly talented Golden Teacher in for a guest mix.” Stream and download above, track listing here.

7th March, 2016

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