This week’s top mixes include Helena Hauff’s Secret Thirteen, Grime Don Slackk on Solid Steel, Tony Humphries’ Beats in Space, and the Retro-Futurist Null+Void on RinseFM.

Helena Hauff’s Secret Thirteen Tops 4 Charts. Currently number 1 in Mixcloud’s industrial, new wave, minimal and experimental charts – Helena Hauff‘s Secret Thirteen creates a sonic narrative connecting carefully selected tracks from 1974 to 2014, in which “nocturnal Nico chant perfectly coexists with abrasive lo-fi punk of Asbestos Rockpyle, while monolith Kondaktor pulsations fit together with classy Frenchy new wave charms of Kas Product.” Stream above, full description and track listing here.

Grime Don Slackk on Solid Steel. Instrumental grime don Slackk steps up for Ninja Tune‘s Solid Steel Radio Show – “Some new stuff from people we’ve been playing at Boxed (and have had play at Boxed), some brand new producers that I haven’t really played anywhere before, and some new stuff from me too. Also a couple of collaborations that are getting their first plays, in the Novelist & Grandmixxer stuff, and Edgem, a new project from JT the Goon, Dullah Beatz & Boylan.” Stream and download above.

Ferro for Riffraff at Fabric. Ferro has found international attention featuring on lineups such as tINI‘s tINi & The Gang Ibiza residency, Berlin’s Hoppetose carry-ons and up at Riffraff‘s Midlands based parties. In this forward-facing minimal techno mix, he promotes Riffraf’s takeover of Fabric‘s Room 3 by demonstrating his keen ability to inject the funk and tease tension out of the intricate rhythms of his selections. Stream and download above.

Tony Humphries’ Beats in Space. Producer, remixer and DJ most renowned for his residency at the Zanzibar Club in New Jersey, his mix shows on Kiss FM (New York) and his two record labels, New York’s Tony Humphries has entertained dance music fans across the globe for many years now. This week, Humphries’ represents his “Hump-in-the-Homefries” brand of uptempo soul music as a guest on DJ Tim Sweeney‘s Beats in Space. Stream, download and track listing here.

Retro-Futurist Null+Void on Rinse. Forward-thinking electronic blog Null+Void‘s first RinseFM show of 2015 contains retro-futuristic techno, acid and electro with some exclusives from MNLTH on Weme and CPU, plus the first play of Chris Moss Acid‘s Computer Controled Records release. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Sound Pellegrino “playing old stuff”. The director of Parisian dance music institution Sound PellegrinoEmile Shahidi plays some of his favourite Pop and Rock songs from the 70s during Teki Latex‘s week of special Xmas shows ‘La Hotte Du Père Latex’. Stream above, track listing here.

19th January, 2015

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