This week’s top mixes include Jam City’s latest Earthly, Acre’s club landscapes and 100% new Church material.

Fiedel’s Berghain Mix. Ostgut Ton‘s eighth Berghain mix is compiled by Berghain resident and one half of MMM, Fiedel. He explains: “The mix represents the diversity and dynamism swirling within my musical cosmos; which is filled with different places and epochs of Berlin club culture since the turn of the century, with all its unpredictable and strange facets.” Stream above, available to download in high quality WAV format here.

Jam City’s New Earthly Mixtape. The UK producer known best for his work with the Night Slugs imprint, Jam City‘s latest annual Earthly mix series contains a highly emotive movement of guitar-laden, tweaked vocal R&B and dancefloor cuts, edits and remixes from the man himself, as well as Kelela, Flohio, Angel Diary and more. Stream above, download here.

100% New Church Material. DJ, producer and label head of south London’s deep and euphoric house label and party Church, Seb Wildblood performs a 70-minute set of sublime “sunshine and palm trees” music from Coastal Haze and others, all forthcoming via the label. Stream above.

Acre’s Club Landscapes. Manchester-based club experimentalist Acre has released records via a variety of labels including Lost Codes, Brainmath, Tectonic and Wisdom Teeth. Ahead of his new LP via the respected Opal Tapes imprint, his mix for Fact features a blend of original productions, collaborations and selections from Mumdance, Croww, Sd Laika and Parris. Stream and download above.

Huerco S – ‘Songs to pull down the clouds’. In preparation for an album release on his new label, West Mineral Ltd, entitled Make Me Know You Sweet, US leftfield house and ambient techno producer Huerco S presents a new mix of dream-like abstractions and fantasy techno escapes via Kansas-based label c-. Stream above.

29th January, 2018

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