This week’s top mixes include Cassy’s warm and soulful house, Objekt at Dekmantel Selectors and Judaah’s tribute to roots women with angelic voices.

Cassy’s Warm and Soulful House. Since the 90s, Cassy has landed residencies at some of the world’s top clubs, including Panorama BarTrouw and DC10. She also releases records via electronic music’s most respected labels, such as Ostgut Ton, Aus and her own Cassy imprint. In her XLR8R podcast, she plays warm and soulful house music. Stream above, download and track listing here.

Objekt at Dekmantel Selectors ’17. Berlin-based experimental techno producer Objekt presents a recording of his set at Dekmantel Selectors festival in Tisno, Croatia, summer 2017. He explains: “The environment, the energy of the crowd and liberal quantities of vodka sent me flying through 2.5 hours of techno, house, electro, IDM, ghettotech, jungle, DnB and all the way back again.” Stream and download above.

Judaah’s Tribute To Roots Women With Angelic Voices. DJ and label owner Judaah, from Marseille’s Brothers From Different Mothers label, plays an hour-long session of healing dub and reggae selections in tribute to “roots women with angelic voices” via Cómeme. Stream above.

Jackmaster’s New Mastermix. Jackmaster, aka Glasgow’s Jack Revill, co-founder of Numbers, presents the newest of his annual Mastermix series. “A fast n loose 2 hour journey through the realms of house and techno music recorded in Glasgow, Miami and Detroit.” Stream and download above.

Ross From Friends’s Boiler Room Live Set. At the release party of Iglooghost‘s latest LP Neo Wax Bloom, melodic lo-fi house producer Felix Weatherall aka Ross From Friends, whose productions on Lobster Theremin, Magicwire and others have brought him underground acclaim, makes his Boiler Room debut alongside a live band, playing a set of originals, featuring face-melting guitar solos. Stream above.

4th December, 2017

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