This week’s top mixes include a Trip label mix, Bok Bok x Dazed, Jackmaster & Jasper James live from Mitchell Street, and Fred P’s Clash Masterclass.

Trip’s Anonymous RA Mix. RA‘s latest Label of the Month features Russian techno label трип, who contributed an anonymous mix with no track listing, but music from label artists including Roma Zuckerman, Bjarki, PTU, Nina Kraviz, Exos, Vladimir Dubyshkin, Nikita Zabelin, K-HAND and Biogen. Stream above and find out more here.

Bok Bok x DAZED. DJ, producer and Night Slugs label co-founder Bok Bok celebrates the label’s new compilation Night Slugs Allstars Volume 3 with a new DAZED mix, which is split into two distinct ‘phases’ and features grime, rap, and R&B bangers as well as harder-edged club rhythms – “the sweet with the sour”, he explains. Stream above, more info and a track listing with the artist here.

Jackmaster & Jasper James ‘Live from Mitchell Street’ 2. Numbers labelmates and fellow Glasgow natives Jackmaster and Jasper James get together to record their second mix together “live from Mitchell Street”, with top party selections from house, techno and disco. “Recorded it on a whim, bored out of our nut after a long weekend of gigs and a healthy bout of insomnia,” they say. Stream and download above.

DJ Zinc’s Essential Mix. British breakbeat, house and junglist institution DJ Zinc creates a brand new Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong, featuring new material alongside his favourite jams at the moment from Chris Lorenzo, My Nu Leng, Kry Wolf, Redlight and Cadenza: “The kind of stuff I’m playing out and about in the clubs.” Stream above, track listing here.

Fred P’s Clash Masterclass. Ahead of his recent appearance in London with fellow house icon and New York native Levon Vincent, Fred P aka Black Jazz Consortium brings a masterclass in deep and soulful house music to this Clash mix, which “works perfectly for the heads and for those who simply want to move. Lush, widescreen sounds, its gradual evolution is something to behold”. Stream above.

5th December, 2016

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