This week’s top mixes include Axel Boman’s Dekmantel podcast, Freerotation resident Tom Ellis via KMAH, Four Tet Words and Music, and Powell’s Melon Magic on NTS.

Axel Boman’s Dekmantel Podcast. Working from a Stockholm bunker with his Studio Barnhus labelmates, Swedish house DJ Axel Boman‘s hour-long selection for the latest Dekmantel podcast is “full of unexpected twists and turns that showcase a breadth and depth of his influences whilst sounding perfect for Spring time”. Stream and download above.

Freerotation Resident Tom Ellis via KMAH Radio. KMAH Radio, an independent radio station broadcasting from the back streets of Leeds, features two hours of Tom Ellis, a core member and resident of the Freerotation Festival, who has been releasing funk and jazz-inspired house and techno worldwide since 2003. Stream and download above.

Four Tet Words and Music. Kieren Hebden joins Gilles Peterson for two hours of Four Tet material and a chat. “With a mammoth US tour kicking off this week, I thought it an ideal time to upload Kieran’s recent visit to the basement. I was playing his Fridge tracks on DAT way back in the Kiss FM days, and so it’s great to still be working with him on our Steve Reid Foundation project, which raised £11k at Phonox the other night!” Stream above, track listing here.

Powell’s Melon Magic on NTS. On East London’s NTS Radio, Diagonal and XL RecordingsPowell brings together Jaime, Not Waving, Mumdance, Russell Haswell and Portuguese stadium rock star IVVVO for “pungent acid, fruity new beat and mouldy old bits”. Stream and download above. “Leave a comment for track IDs, but please bear in mind that we probably won’t know what it is.”

Hannah Lockwood Joins Dro Carey on Radar Radio. Sydney-based audio engineer and producer Hannah Lockwood joins fellow Australian Dro Carey for a guest mix in episode two of his new monthly radio show on Radar Radio. “I’m hoping to have this show spotlight Australian artists doing interesting things in electronic music and Hannah’s evocative and unique techno set really set things off to a fantastic start,” he explains. Stream above, track listing here

9th May, 2016

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