Randomer’s Esoteric 4/4 Rhythms, Loefah and Fabio’s A/B Mix and Robert Hood’s Expectation Subverting Hour.

Loefah and Fabio’s A/B Mix. In this Thump session, Swamp 81 boss and one third of DMZ, Loefah joins forces with jungle pioneer and Creative Source frontman Fabio, who comes equipped with a blend of old and new dubplates, for a selection of “bass fuelled sonic ascetic with those jungle, post-dubstep and d&b roots”. Stream above.

Randomer’s Esoteric 4/4 Rhythms. A mix for XLR8R ahead of his performance at this year’s Nuits Sonores festival in Lyon, techno producer Randomer is known for his releases on underground imprints including Untold’s Hemlock RecordingsHessle Audio, Numbers and Clone. Stream above, download and track listing here.

Pan Sonic Live in ’96. Another newly discovered recording of Finnish exprimental duo Pan Sonic, performing live in Montreal ’95, transferred from a DAT recorded by the founders of Discreet/Indiscreet Records at the label’s launch. “We somehow got two Finns and a bunch of gear over the border and set up at a closed down rap club,” they explain. Stream above.

Pangaea’s Solid Steel Radio Show. UK dubstep originator, one third of the team behind Hessle Audio, and an esteemed DJ and producer who released his debut album In Drum Play last year, Pangaea joins Ninja Tune‘s Solid Steel Radio Show for an upfront club mix of “just fresh releases and forthcoming bits from the last couple of months or so I had at the time of recording”. Stream above, track listing here.

Robert Hood’s Expectation Subverting Hour. Underground Resistance founder and forward-thinking futurist Detroit techno producer since the early nineties, Robert Hood returns to Dekmantel, who released his three EP series entitled Paradygm Shift, to feature in its latest podcast mix with “hypnotic hi hat loops, rougher claps, and raw synths”. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Old and New Mosca Selections on NTS. Well known for his releases via Numbers, Night Slugs and his own Not So Much label, London-based Mosca‘s latest NTS show draws from old-school electro, new Peder Mannerfelt, “new NSDOS, new Lionoil, new Vril, very old Stockhausen (1954 to be precise) and a percy of a mix from Spatial”. Stream and download above, track listing here.

8th May, 2017

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