This week’s top mixes include Huxley’s final Rinse show, Carl Cox’s Music Is Revolution set, and Teki Latex bringing 100% Radio Hits.
The Black Madonna b2b Mike Servito at Dekmantel. The Black Madonna of Chicago and Mike Servito of New York go back to back for two hours of “fun, boozy chaos” at Amsterdam’s Dekmantel Festival, playing only the most upbeat and wild dancefloor selections from acid, disco, and house in expert style. Watch the full set above.
Teki Latex’s 100% Radio Hits. “It’s about pushing my fascination for blends and superimposition one step further, and finding parallels between the music of now and the music of yesterday… It’s a love letter to the bootleg days, the Hollertronix days, the Radio Soulwax days, the DJ Spinbad days.” Teki Latex shows why he’s one of the best in the game with his latest mix, dropping everything from Pearson Sound to Ace Of Base in a wild two-hour session. Stream and download above, track listing here.
Carl Cox’s Music Is Revolution Set. Electronic music video streaming platform Be-At TV has captured all nine hours of UK house and techno legend Carl Cox‘s set from the closing party of Music Is Revolution at Space Ibiza. Track listing and full video stream above.
Don Buchla Tribute Mix. In memory of California instrument designer and synth pioneer Don Buchla and his influence on electronic music, Red Bull Music Academy have compiled a musical tribute show to his life featuring music from notable users of Buchla synthesisers. To listen to the show and check out the track listing, click here.
Huxley’s Final Rinse Show. “2 hours of music that’s been instrumental in my musical life – from house to garage to jungle to hardcore and more.” House producer with records out via the likes of Aus Music, Hypercolour and 20:20 Vision, Huxley describes the final of his regular shows on Rinse FM. Stream and download above.
Larry Heard’s ‘Thank You’ Mix. Having recently revived his Mr Fingers alias with the Outer Acid EP via his own Alleviated imprint after a 11-year hiatus and inspired by his recent gigs in Croatia and Australia, Larry Heard drops an 18-track ‘thank you’ mix: a home listening session featuring tracks from Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock and Glen Campbell. Download here.