Includes Jimi Hendrix, Aphex Twin and Sleaford Mods.
The Banana Hill party becomes a label with two North African edits.
A DJ and producer who runs Housework with Shanti Celeste & Gramrcy.
An all-day & all-night affair of second hand wax.
Al Zanders resurfaces his Lodger edit alias with a disco cut.
1971 dreamy avant-garde vocal jazz & 1983 spacey balaeric vibes from Italy.
DJ History co-founder and journalist pays tribute on his birthday.
The series begins with Marquis de Sade’s controversial 18th century ‘120 Days of Sodom’.
Brooklyn party Frendzone! launches with a split EP including resident Octo Octa.
A seductive and sleazy launch to the label arm of Belgian record store Crevette.
A contemporary take on traditional gnawa sounds from a Moroccan native.
An acidic inflection as part of the Rebirth 10 Remixed compilation.
A deep and drifting mix for the Claremont 56 10 year compilation.
A stunning eastern-inspired, new age synthesised, reissue of Portugal’s Lena d’Água form the 1980s.
Melbourne-born London based DJ, producer Superconscious Records boss.
An NTS regular and boss of the Hupendi Muziki Wangu parties.
A young Glasgow DJ whose singular ears belies his youthful years.
A marathon 6 hour mix from a young DJ, promoter and artist propping up a turbulent scene.
976 big band Southern cool jazz via 1978 mysterious multi-instrumentalist folk.
Founding member of the iconic Berlin collective, Jazzanova.
John Daly takes us on a dreamy walk around his southern-Ireland town, Cork, with his insider tips and local mix.
Black Acre’s Clap! Clap! cannot be put in a box, neither can this incredible and diverse mix, showcasing music from his hometown of Florence, along with his top tips.
San Francisco’s DJ collective and label, Honey Soundystem give us their inside tips on the city, accompanied by a meaty local mix.