This week’s top mixes include a rare MF DOOM mix for Solid Steel Radio, five hours of eclectic selections via London’s Spiritland, and Bruce live at Oval Space.

King Geedorah aka MF DOOM’s Solid Steel Radio Show. Underground hip-hop icon MF DOOM celebrates the re-release of his conceptual classic Take Me To Your Leader with a new mix for Solid Steel. It features three exclusive unreleased tracks from an upcoming project and a new King Geedorah remix of ‘Banished’ by JJ DOOM. Stream above, track listing here.

LDLDN at Spiritland. NTS Radio host LDLDN shares his set from Spiritland audiophile cafe-bar in London’t King’s Cross, which is built around a world-class sound system. “An offer for you. Over 5hrs of 100% Sunday music. My set from @spiritland last week. Literally a bit of everything.” Featuring tracks from Prince, A Tribe Called Quest and Donny Hathaway. Stream parts 1 and 2 above.

Bruce’s Halloween Techno Set. The third in Oval Space‘s OSM Live mix series features Hessle Audio prodigy and Bristol-based DJ Bruce‘s closing set from this year’s Halloween celebrations with Objekt. “It demonstrates the tasteful selections and taut technical skills that makes Bruce one of our favourite young DJs of recent times.” Stream and download above, Track listing here.

Mosca and Neuroshima getting Deep and Dark. Mosca‘s NTS Show, with a guest set from anonymous producer Neuroshima, includes “alt-reggaeton, Sun Ra, new Boris, new Denis, new Pearson Sound, Ward 21, techno @ 150bpm, swung operations, too much Mannerfelt? Too much Demdike? Nosaj thing.” Stream and download above, track listing here.

Hammer In Residence at Sub Club. The latest instalment in RA‘s In Residence series showcases a live recording of Feel My Bicep‘s Hammer at Glasgow’s legendary Sub Club, playing an hour and a half of disco and house selections. Stream above.

Headless Horseman’s IDM-flavoured Techno via Slam. One of the most exciting live acts in techno, known for his skilful hardware-only live sets, Headless Horseman plays an hour of dark, raw and rhythmic IDM-flavoured techno, via Glasgow label Slam‘s #SlamRadio mix series. Stream and download above.

12th December, 2016

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