The Don’t Be Afraid bossman steps up for a 70-minute selection covering hip hop, boogie, electro, beatdown and a whole lot more.
We head off to Hamburg as one half of Black Sites takes us through 60 minutes of sonics proper.
Editor Tony Poland dips into his record collection for an hour-long mix featuring Aquarian Foundation, Silent Servant, Helena Hauff, Dresvn and more.
The Mood Hut member steps up for a 75-minute mix of zoned-out deep house direct from the Canadian Riviera ahead of his performance at this year’s Dekmantel Festival.
We return to Dresden as Uncanny Valley artist Credit 00 lays down a 75-minute mix that demonstrates his influences and acts as an introduction to the Rat Life Records label.
The Miami-based L.I.E.S. and Apron correspondent mixes up a bunch of techno and electro.
The first in a ongoing series of monthly mixes from the Juno Plus editorial team sees staff writer James Manning compile 80 minutes of genre veering sounds.
Hodge steps up for a masterclass in contemporary UK sounds with a mix featuring a barrage of forthcoming material.
Off-kilter house and disco feature on a superb summer mix from the Australian producer and DJ.
Braiden runs the gamut of dancefloor sounds in one of his rare studio mixes.
Tadd Mullinix runs deep through the sounds that have inspired his work as Charles Manier.
The half of Lakker known as Eomac turns in a weighty 70 minute mix.
The anonymous dub-inspired project illuminates their practice with a mix of broken beat, jungle and raw techno.
The man behind one of our favourite labels turns in a selection of Southern and Eastern European folk music.
The enigmatic Steven Porter collaboration provide a far flung mix of doom metal, French coldwave, contemporary electronics and a forgotten Madonna track for our 80th podcast.
The chief of the Malmö-based techno outpost turns in a perfect mix of 2013 highlights for the headphones.
The White Material co-founder turns in 70 minutes of “really dirty” 12″s.
Our first mix of the new year is a conceptual one from Mannequin Records founder Alessandro Adriani.
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