This week’s top mixes include a live recording from The End in 1999, MCDE and Jeremy Underground at Robert Johnson and Mr Mitch’s 30 Minutes of Devotion.

DTPM at The End ’99. Former resident at London’s The End club, Miguel Pellitero uploads a recording of himself playing a streamlined blend of expertly mixed house at club night DTPM back in 1999. Tracks come from the likes of Ian Pooley, Eddie Amador, DJ Sneak, Johnick and Inland Knights. Stream above.

MCDE & Jeremy Underground at Robert Johnson. “Digger DJs” Motor City Drum Ensemble and Jeremy Underground recently collaborated on a nine-hour-long back-to-back performance at intimate Frankfurt club Robert Johnson. RA‘s latest podcast presents a full recording of the entire night. Stream above.

Mr Mitch’s 30 Minutes of Devotion. Co-founder of the London-based instrumental grime labels Boxed and Gobstopper Records, Mr Mitch plays 30 minutes of the freshest instrumental grime the UK has to offer ahead of Boxed‘s next show at Phonox in Brixton, 5th August, with Bok Bok, Logos and Slackk. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Label of the Month: LuckyMe. Co-founder and artistic director of Scotland’s LuckyMe record label and arts collective, Martyn Flyn mixes exclusives and forthcoming material that “perfectly captures the freewheeling ethos LuckyMe has been building since 2008″ for RA‘s latest Label of the Month feature. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Joy O & Andrew Lyster Just For You. Hinge Finger boss Joy Orbison returns to NTS Radio with co-founder and designer of the Manchester-based Meandyou Collective, Andrew Lyster, for a two-hour-long session that morphs between autonomic drum and bass, dancehall and techno. Stream above, track listing here.

Sydney’s Finest, Dro Carey via Tobago Tracks. Watford-London-Paris label Tobago Tracks‘ latest podcast presents “a dark, sultry take on the tail end of the hardcore continuum” from house and techno producer Dro Carey, who’s known for his releases via Soothsayer, Greco-Roman and TTT imprints. Stream above.

Mala’s Sound Motives. In this episode of Sound Motives, dubstep originator and boss of both the Digital Mystikz and Deep Medi imprints Mala explores his “early influences from jungle to Augustus Pablo, his perspectives on the emergence of dubstep, his relationship with the dance floor and club culture, and how the future looks”. Stream above, download and track listing here.

1st August, 2016

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