This week’s top mixes include Jackmaster’s Beats in Space, Breach’s hour of psychey nuggets and spacey Gems, Luke Solomon’s Crooked Man Hot Mix, and Mosca’s latest ‘sideways’ mix.

Jackmaster’s Beats in Space. Live from New York City, part one of the latest Beats in Space radio show features Glaswegian DJ Jackmaster, who co-founded the mighty Numbers club night and imprint, playing an hour of pure party music selections from classic house edits to rowdy techno and electro. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Breach’s Hour of Psychey Nuggets and Spacey Gems. On last week’s edition of his regular Red Light Radio show, UK-born Amsterdam-based DJ Ben Westbeech aka Breach played an hour of “nice folky psychey nuggets and some other disco and outer spacey gems”. Stream above.

Luke Solomon’s Crooked Man Hot Mix. Following the recent release of his Crooked Man LP on DFA Records,  Luke Solomon pays tribute to the music of UK electronic music mainstay Richard Barratt (aka DJ Parrot), whose other projects include Sweet Exorcist and All Seeing I. Stream above, track listing here.

Two Hours of Mosca “Straight SIDEWAYS”. Via East London’s NTS Radio, Mosca presents the fourth volume of his Sideways series designed to be played after a night out. “This one might be the wooziest yet. 3/4 into 4/4 mixing, chopping and screwing, pitch-based mixes and layering are all in there… No shoutouts, no track info, no talking even, just two hours of straight SIDEWAYS.” Stream and download above, track listing here.

Bruce’s Slow and Sludgy Selection. The final Juno Plus podcast is a slow and sludgy selection from Bruce, a producer and DJ from Bath whose innovative textural techno productions began appearing in the setlists of Peverelist, Ben UFO and Kowton last year. Stream and download above, track listing and an interview with the artist here.

19th September, 2016

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You currently have an ad blocker installed

Attack Magazine is funded by advertising revenue. To help support our original content, please consider whitelisting Attack in your ad blocker software.

Find out how