Monday Morning Mixtape 372

Credit: Scott Wylie

Lean into Toronto soul poetry and neo-classical via Brighton to dark ambient via Berlin and luring LA beats.

This week is curated by producer and DJ, Jamie Reddington aka Sound of Fractures; who creates keenly blended experimental electronica with influences of garage and synthwave. Reddington releases his debut EP, Real Friends on 10 November.

In his own words “The mix is a selection of music that is emotionally inspiring to me, it’s a mix of genres including electronic, indie, alt rnb, ambient, and hip hop that all draw from emotion, samples, and atmosphere.. to me they are all linked. It’s all music I was listening to while writing my recent EP and made me want to run to my studio to write music and create new work.”

Head over to his Linktree for more music and the jump on the new EP out Wednesday.

Yves Tumor – Limerence
Mustafa – Air Forces
Leon Vynehall – Envelopes (Chapter VI)
Ólafur Arnalds & Bonobo – Loom
Wesley Joseph – The Bloom
Phoria – Current
James Blake – You’re Too Precious
Shire T – Serve No Tea
cityboymoe – Turned out Alright
Domenique Dumont – People On Sunday
The Avalanches – Always Black (feat. Pink Siifu)
Sound of Fractures – Traces
Aphex Twin – IZ-US
Apparat – Infected
Four Tet – Teenage Birdsong
Wesley Joseph – Ghostin
Colleen – Everyone Alive Wants Answers
Jacques Greene – The Look (Koreless Remix)
Sound of Fractures – Real Friends
Tom VR – Partner (Edit)
Tourist – Kin
XXXTENTACION – Jocelyn Flores
J Dilla – Yesterday
Teebs – While You Dooooo (Extended)

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