Jackmaster – Mastermix 2014


Jackmaster lays down some of his favourite cuts from this past year in his Mastermix 2014…

Wolfey – Habit EP [ASL008]


My EP for ASL Singles Club is out today – have at it!

Also, check out the video Jason Voltaire made for “Bittersweet”:

Tasteoftee – Joy & Pain


In anticipation of his upcoming party on Nov. 28th, Tasteoftee put up this lovely hour long mix that spans disco, soul, rare groove, acid jazz and much more. His song selections remind me of Gilles Peterson and David Mancuso.

Find details on the upcoming event here.

Trus’Me | Beach Music 08


Trus’Me shared this mixtape of exotic soothing Brazillian music that he picked up at local record shops in Rio. The mix is inspired by Ipanema beach:

“This October I fulfilled a boy hood dream, when I visited Ipanema Beach before my show in Rio De Janeiro. As I expected the beach was full with beautiful people, beach football& & music everywhere. I took this photo just shortly after several hours digging in the capital for records. This mix is a collection of finds from both Sao Paulo and Rio, there is records for days! I hope you enjoy this selection as much as I enjoyed putting it together. Please feel free to download and enjoy on your next beach trip.”

Seth Troxler – Rhythm Control Mixtape


Seth Troxler put up this mixtape a few days back, and he had a few words to share along with it:

“With my Rhythm Control mix I wanted to explore a slightly different sound than what people know me for in clubs, and create something that sounds timeless. I’ve drawn inspiration from different places in time and different styles, and I saw this as a way for me to collect into one place all of those more eclectic influences that continue to inspire me. Most of all this is a mix of slow jams and indie rock to bring some heat in on those cold cold winter nights.”

Mr. G – Dad


In support of his Nov. 10th Personal Momentz LP release on Phoenix G, Colin McBean, aka Mr G, has shared a jazzy house cut dedicated to his father via Mixmag:

“Well, ain’t this a surprise? Took me a year to do the last album and this one wrote itself over 10 days – my first times back in the studio ( aka The Heightz) since losing my Dad! As ever with me the music never lies and, through it, you’ll see the twists and turns I take – outpouring inner vibez and hoping to get to a new destination ………., what/wherever that may be. These are Personal Moments rough rugged and Raw….. pushing some good air. Ohh, and I can hear the mixer needs a service so yep LoFi. Now I’m feeling as though I can see light showing it rays readying me to do battle again with that thing called life……. Hope you enjoy My collection of Personal Momentz…. Dedicated to those who have lost or in-pain and suffering!”

Theo Parrish – Gilles Peterson Worldwide Interview

Theo Parrish and Gilles Peterson chewed the fat for a couple hours in Gilles’s studio in London.