This week’s top mixes include classic acid from Luke Vibert, Mr G Playing Truant, Scuba’s Fabric promo mix, and more.

Luke Vibert Live at I Love Acid. A prolific electronic musician since the 90s, Luke Vibert‘s productions have found homes on top UK labels Ninja Tune and Warp and Aphex Twin‘s Rephlex Records. Recorded live from the desk at the I Love Acid vs Polybius Trax party at Moog Club, Barcelona, Vibert’s two-hour mix has topped Mixcloud’s acid charts. Stream above.

Mr G Playing Truant. An early adopter of some of London’s first house and techno music, Colin McBean aka Mr G started soundsystem and production outfit KCC and formed The Advent after being introduced to the sounds of Jeff Mills and the London Lost parties, which resulted in a record deal with Internal, several years of touring and a prolific solo project since. Stream his Truancy Volume above, download here.

Scuba’s Fabric 90 Promo Mix. After playing the final set in Room One before Fabric’s closure in August, Hotflush label-boss Scuba returns to promote the #saveourculture campaign. Stream above, more info here.

Mister Saturday Night’s Mix for a Grey Afternoon. Justin Carter of the DJ duo behind Brooklyn party and label Mister Saturday Night uses a YouTube playlist to recreate an unrecorded set he played last week. “It was overcast, and the crowd was smaller than normal, but everyone who was there was really down, and I really felt like we were connected.” Stream above, track listing here.

Goldie & MC Codebreaker Celebrate New Metalheadz Residency. Celebrating their new Metalheadz residency at Circles in Birmingham, legendary drum and bass label Metalheadz present a recording of label head Goldie and MC Codebreaker‘s previous appearance at the club. “It was an incredible night and one of those few and very rare occasions where Goldie actually asked if anyone had recorded it.” Stream above.

Adam Feingold’s Summer Jams. Adam Feingold of Montreal, who’s recently appeared on 1080p as alias Ex-Terrestrial and on FunkinEven’s Apron Records with Ascension, packs two hours of summer jams spanning boogie, afro, disco and 90s house, in this instalment of the Melbourne Deepcast. Stream and download above, an interview with the artist here.

10th October, 2016

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